Schiavoni’s Market has rewritten history — literally. Earlier this summer, the family-owned Sag Harbor institution changed its established date by nearly a decade — from 1941 to 1932, now reflected in the store sign on Main Street — after discovering a piece of long-lost history.
Every summer season on the East End has an “it” drink — and at Almond, it’s the summer of tequila.
On Friday, July 19, Pearl Street Caviar, a new, sustainable caviar company, launched an on-demand weekend delivery service in the Hamptons.
Understanding the modern consumer doesn’t have the time, or desire, to cook every meal every day, the Wellness Foundation instituted the W Restaurant Program to help Wellness Challenge 360 participants dine without worry. Since its inception five years ago, the program has grown to include more than 15 South Fork locations and counting.
Bostwicks has found a second home in Springs — in the same location the seafood-inspired restaurant first cultivated a cult-like following.
The recently opened Garden at Water Mill fills a hole in the hamlet’s dining scene.
Roman Roth and Jacques Gautier are lifelong friends. And on Friday, June 28, they are putting on a show.
Since Claudio’s Restaurant opened its doors earlier this season, the Greenport staple has an undeniably fresh look and feel.
The demand for good food never wanes and the awareness for natural and organic is on a steady rise.
At Baron’s Cove, located at 31 West Water Street in Sag Harbor, executive chef Jay Lippin relies on his roster of community farms and partnerships to craft each seasonal menu.
On Memorial Day weekend, Brooklyn Chop House opened in the Capri Hotel in Southampton.
The team behind East End staples Nick & Toni’s, La Fondita, Towline BBQ and Rowdy Hall has opened a new restaurant, Coche Comedor, in the building that formerly housed the Honest Diner.
In 1990, when Deborah Ann Light donated 35 acres of land in Amagansett to the Peconic Land Trust, one of the first community-supported farms in New York was born.
Treating Mom to a Mother’s Day brunch is classic as it gets — but East End vibes and views only make it better.
We may only just be entering the moment of spring weather, but, at East Hampton’s 1770 House, spring has unquestionably sprung.