In December, Mr. Barrila quietly opened Manna — “food from Heaven,” he said — and he has big plans for putting the out-of-the-way eatery, which is tucked behind the Water Mill Post Office, on the local dining map.
Everybody knows that restaurants are a risky business. But when they’re done right, the gamble and hard work pay off and the rewards are sweet. Or savory, depending. Sag Harbor-based entrepreneurs Michael Gluckman and Shane Dyckman are no strangers to the (sometimes sour, salty and bitter) vagaries of food business ownership. Between the two, they have almost a dozen restaurant proprietorship experiences — most recently Madison and Main in Sag Harbor for Mr. Gluckman and SagTown Coffee in the village and in Montauk for Mr. Dyckman.
Taste of Tuckahie will return this Friday, April 22 hosted by radio personality Walker Vreeland and Iron Chef America judge Karine Bakhoum from 7 to 10 p.m. at 230 Elm in Southampton. A VIP first taste and cocktail hour will begin at 6 p.m. Proceeds from the evening benefit the Tuckahoe School.
Sunday’s event is sponsored by Slow Food East End and the Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation, the non-profit founded in the wake of Mr. Levine’s tragic death at Quail Hill Farm in Amagansett six years ago.
Little did Carissa Waechter know, it all started with her great-grandmother.
Almond, 1 Ocean Road in Bridgehampton, will celebrate 15 years on the South Fork on Tuesday, April 12. The milestone will be celebrated with a cocktail party from...
Sag Harbor buzzes all year round, in no small part due to the healthy selection of places to get a good cup of coffee. That selection is about to get a little bit bigger, and as Jack’s Stir Brew moves in to the Juicy Naam space on Division Street, we’ll see just how many coffee shops one small village can sustain.
Slow Food East End Spring Market Dinner Almond, 1 Ocean Road in Bridgehampton, along with Slow Food East End will host a Spring Market Dinner...
Staged as a four-course graduated dinner party stretched out over the span of a month, the Peconic Land Trust’s “Long Island Grown III: Food and Beverage Artisans at Work” is expected to be another sellout series.
Almond in Bridgehampton announced last week the next “Artists & Writers Night” will be hosted by Brian Halweil, editor of Edible East End.
Edible gardens that support science, agriculture and nutrition programs are fairly commonplace in school districts across the East End, and throughout the country as the Slow Food movement continues to grow in popularity. But even before Michelle Obama planted her vegetable garden on the South Lawn of the White House in 2009, teacher Judiann Carmack-Fayyaz had students elbows deep in mulch in 2008, working in the Bridgehampton School’s Edible Schoolyard, a program that grew from a small plot to one complete with a greenhouse and hydroponics. Ms. Carmack-Fayyaz learned last week that she has been honored with a 2016 Excellence in Teaching About Agriculture award, recognition made through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization. Ms. Carmack-Fayyaz was also awarded the 2016 New York Agriculture in the Classroom Teacher of the Year award in December.
Slow Food East End announced last week that Estia’s Little Kitchen in Sag Harbor has been awarded the chapter's prestigious Snail of Approval. The Snail...
Vine Street Café Steak Sauce Hits Retail Markets Vine Street Café announced this week that its acclaimed Steak Sauce, one of the restaurant’s most popular...
Valentine’s Day is for lovers — and lovers of oysters have a lot to get excited about this Sunday thanks to “Shuck Em!” a Valentine’s Day oyster brunch being offered by Slow Food East End at Art of Eating in Amagansett.
The product — given away for free and with great flair in the school cafeteria — was the "Montauk Fishburger.”