Food & Wine

Foodstuffs: Manna Gets Its Close Up And Fall Specials At La Fondita

After a banner summer season, Southampton’s newest waterfront sustainable seafood dining spot, Manna at Lobster Inn, is celebrating with a community cocktail party and ribbon cutting on Monday, October 18.

A Different Kind Of Epidemic Faces Restaurants

But it quickly became apparent that a new epidemic was going to be the main issue in 2021: a dearth of employees.

Bridgehampton’s World Pie Ends Its Run

World Pie, a mainstay of the Bridgehampton restaurant scene for the past two decades, has closed after owner Michael Mannino sold the building.

Two Bridgehampton Restaurants Are First To Require Proof Of Vaccination Locally

Pierre’s and Almond, which sit directly across from one another on Montauk Highway at the eastern end of downtown Bridgehampton, are both requiring patrons to show proof of vaccination for dining inside their restaurants.

Foodstuffs: Oktoberfest At Rowdy, Brunch Is Back, Big Win For Sagaponack Spirits, and Cauliflower...

October is nearly here! Time for the fall favorites like Oktoberfest beer and pretzels, distilled spirits, cauliflower and leisurely brunches.

‘R.aire’: A Menu Fit for Thrill-Seekers

In 1958, John and Marion Poulakis bought what would become The Hampton Maid, a modest, hillside motel overlooking Shinnecock Bay in Hampton Bays — a peaceful and serene escape tucked into nature, with traditional comfort food to match. And now, for the first time in its history, there is a new tasting menu fit for a specific crowd: thrill-seeking gastronomes.

Foodstuffs: Weekday Specials and Home Cooking with Friends of JJML

The Bell & Anchor in Noyac is now offering daily specials, Tuesday through Thursday, beginning at 5:30 p.m. And in Sag Harbor, the Friends of John Jermain Memorial Library (JJML) have published a new cookbook that is now available for purchase.

Foodstuffs: New Italian Market for Montauk and Learn to Make Miso

Alimentari Beach, a new Italian family market that also serves pizza and espresso and cocktails, has officially opened its doors on Montauk’s Main Street, setting up shop in the heart of the hamlet in the old Tacombi Art Deco corner building.

Foodstuffs: Sparkling Beverages, Fun with Guacamole and Kosher Cookies

Wölffer Estate Vineyard has launched a new non-alcoholic sparkling wine. Called Spring in a Bottle, it captures the freshness of the season and has everything wine drinkers love about wine without the alcohol.

Rosh Hashanah to Go… 

Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) for the Hebrew Year 5782 begins at sundown on Monday, September 6 and ends at nightfall on Wednesday, September 8. For those looking to celebrate by letting someone else do the cooking, L&W Market (Almond's intrepid sister operation) in Bridgehampton is offering Rosh Hashanah to go.

Dumpling Happy Hour in Amagansett

Nom Wah Tea Parlor, the renowned New York City dim sum parlor, will be popping up at Amagansett’s Main Street Tavern on Saturday, August 21, bringing an authentic taste of Chinatown to the East End.

Lil’ Birdie Opens in Sag Harbor

Located off Division Street in Sag Harbor, Lil’ Birdie offers all natural and organic homemade fried chicken, grilled chicken, and falafel sandwiches with a unique selection of sauces at an affordable price.

Take A French Wine Cruise with Roman Roth

Wölffer Estate Vineyard’s Roman Roth has scheduled a spring 2022 European river cruise that will sail from Avignon in the South of France to Lyon. He will serve as the cruise’s wine host and will conduct three wine tastings on the seven-night cruise. Roth will compare his Long Island wines with those of France’s Rhône River Valley.

Sweet Treats Across the East End

If it’s summer, it must be the season for dessert, and this year there are some intriguing sweet offerings at local eateries on both the North and South Forks.

Wood-Fired Pizza, Pastas, Brunch and Drink Specials

For a casual Italian American experience in Hampton Bays, locals and summer visitors alike turn to Salvatore’s Restaurant.

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