Food & Wine

Tuesday Night Chef Series at Old Stove Pub

Due to the overwhelming popularity of its Tuesday Night Chef Series, the Old Stove Pub and Pop Up Nation (P.U.N) are now offering new subscription packages with a multi-course dinner series for guests featuring a different celebrity chef each week at Old Stove Pub.

It’s National Lobster Day! You Know What to Do

National Lobster Day was June 15 and Ed’s Lobster Bar (located in New York City and Sag Harbor) is celebrating by sharing Chef Ed McFarland’s lobster roll recipe.

Manna From the Sea: A New Concept for Sourcing Fish

Sustainability and transparency are not words often associated with the seafood industry. But aquaculturalist Donna Lanzetta and restaurateur Ryunosuke Jesse Matsuoka are working to change that. Combining their respective expertise, they have joined together to open a unique concept restaurant/fish farming facility at an iconic waterfront dining spot in Southampton. Formerly The Lobster Inn, the new adaptation, Manna at Lobster Inn featuring sustainable seafood, opens June 10.

A Food Writer Reflects on Her Most Memorable Meal Ever

In December, when I learned that Starr Boggs Restaurant in Westhampton Beach was for sale and that Starr Boggs was retiring as a chef, it brought to mind what I consider to be my most memorable meal ever.

Breakfast at K Pasa and Crabby Jerry’s

K Pasa in Sag Harbor may be renowned for its whimsical take on tacos, but the breakfast menu, which is served daily from 8 to 11:30 a.m. is just as unique.

Chocolate With a Kick: The ‘Whiskey Bar’ Is Here

Just in time for summer, the Sagaponack Farm Distillery has teamed up with North Fork Chocolate Company chef Steven Amaral to produce two exceptional chocolate bars — the “Whiskey Bar,” which is flavored with Sagaponack Farm Distillery Single Spud potato spirit, and the “Rhubarb Bar” featuring Sagaponack Farm Distillery Rhubarb Liqueur.

Surf + Turf for Father’s Day

Navy Beach in Montauk will celebrate Father’s Day all weekend long, from Friday, June 18, through Sunday, June 20, with a family-style Father’s Day Surf + Turf Menu.

A New Seasonal Prix Fixe at 1770 House

The 1770 House Restaurant & Inn in East Hampton is now serving a new $85 three-course prix fixe dinner menu of seasonal dishes by chef Michael Rozzi in the main dining room, downstairs Tavern and outdoors in the garden and on the patio.

Rita Cantina, a Mexican Eatery, Arrives in Springs

Rita Cantina has opened in Springs, serving up modern Mexican dishes along with an extensive tequila-focused bar program. Owner and chef Eric Miller, known for his restaurants like Bay Kitchen Bar, brings his passion for Mexican cuisine and the East End with the help of partners, Adam Miller, who is behind the innovative bar program, and Marc Miller, who handles operations.

New Outdoor Rosé Garden at Fresno

In East Hampton, Fresno has converted its parking area and patio into an outdoor rosé garden complete with space heaters, sanitized loaner blankets and more. The rosé garden will open for the season on Thursday, June 3, reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling the restaurant directly

Need A Private Chef? There’s An App For That!

On June 1, Savour, a new app that recently launched in New York City, will be available locally. With Savour, consumers can book fine dining chefs for private dinners at their own homes in t he Hamptons. Just like making a reservation at a restaurant, the app allows consumers to pick their date, their chef and their menu in just a few clicks.

‘The Hamptons Kitchen’ at Water Mill’s Bistro Été

Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef and restaurateur Arie Pavlou teams up with Sag Harbor cookbook author Stacy Dermont at his Bistro Été in Water Mill on Saturday, May 29, where, from 4 to 7 p.m. patrons will receive a glass of rosé with the purchase of Dermont’s book “The Hamptons Kitchen.”

Duryea’s Orient Point is Open for the Season

Duryea’s Orient Point, which debuted last season, reopened for 2021 on May 20. The waterfront restaurant offers indoor and outdoor seating with a Mediterranean-themed seafood-centric menu featuring several of Duryea’s signature dishes such as the lobster Cobb salad, lobster roll, tuna tartar and fresh crudité.

Jesse Matsuoka of Sen Teams Up to Create Manna at Lobster Inn

Southampton’s erstwhile waterfront dining spot, The Lobster Inn, will reopen under new ownership, a new management team, and with a new concept. Manna at Lobster Inn is the brainchild of offshore aquaculture pioneer Donna Lanzetta and Sag Harbor restaurateur Ryunosuke Jesse Matsuoka, (of Sen and K Pasa), the restaurant will feature sustainable seafood courtesy of Executive Chef Thomas Bogia.

A Berry Good Start to Summer

This Memorial Day, Oishii, the largest indoor vertical strawberry farm, is bringing its coveted Omakase Berries to the East End for the summer season. Hamptonites will now be able to order Omakase Berries through Eli’s for direct delivery or pre-order for pickup at Carissa’s Bakery in East Hampton. Carissa’s will also be offering special Omakase Berry gelato and other grab and go options throughout the season, as available.

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A Welcome Return For Sag Harbor’s HarborFest

HarborFest returned to Sag Harbor this weekend after a one-year hiatus owing to the coronavirus, and to say it was a hit with a population that has grown weary of being cooped up would be an understatement. Huge crowds converged on Long Wharf and the waterfront under sunny blue skies to listen to music, sample food from a number of purveyors, browse displays or watch the whaleboat races.

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