Food & Wine

Duryea’s Lobster is on Deck

Duryea’s Lobster Deck in Montauk will reopen for the 2021 season on Thursday, May 13, and is offering dine in service and takeout.

Enjoy Farm-to-Fork Dining in Hampton Bays

Salvatore Biundo began cooking alongside his grandmother and at his Hampton Bays restaurant, Centro Trattoria & Bar, he has created a fresh take on old world tastes.

Stacy Dermont Signs Copies of ‘The Hamptons Kitchen’

On Saturday, May 15, from noon to 4 p.m. author Stacy Dermont will be in the garden of the new Sage and Madison boutique at 31 Madison Street, Sag Harbor to sign copies of her cookbook “The Hamptons Kitchen,” which she co-wrote with Bridgehampton’s Hillary Davis. The book is also available at area bookstores.

Foodstuffs: Mother’s Day Out

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 9. Treat Mom right by giving her a well-deserved day off and take her out for lunch, brunch or dinner.

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Amagansett

Amagansett's Coche Comedor and La Fondita will both celebrate Cinco de Mayo with specials on May 5.

Celebrate Greek Easter at Elaia Estiatorio

Elaia Estiatorio, the Greek restaurant located in Bridgehampton, will offer a special menu in honor of Greek Easter this year, Sunday, May 2, starting at 4 p.m.

The Beacon Opens May 12

The Beacon in Sag Harbor will open for its 23rd season on Wednesday, May 12. Dinner service will begin at 5:30 p.m. and new this season will be an intimate downstairs patio to help increase seating and allow for more outdoor dining.

Hen Of The Woods Opens in Southampton

On Saturday, May 1, Hen of the Woods market officially opens its doors in Southampton Village. Located at 48 Hampton Road, the store is taking over a part of the dining area from La Parmigiana and features out-of-the-ordinary, responsibly sourced, gourmet pantry staples and other items.

Gurney’s Adds Three to its Team

Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa has been joined by three new members to its food and beverage and events team — Robert Hamburg as executive chef, Kate Killoran as food and beverage director; and Lesley Blackburn as director of catering and conference services.

A New Lifestyle Podcast and Radio Show with George Hirsch

The WNET Group, parent company of WLIW-FM, and Hirsch Media are partnering to produce “George Hirsch Lifestyle Radio,” a new public radio program and podcast that will explore a range of lifestyle topics. The new program is slated to premiere in fall 2021 on 88.3 WLIW-FM and wliw.org/radio.

A Disastrous Winter That Never Came For Restaurants

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Catering Industry, Left Reeling After 2020, Finds Itself Still Stuck In Limbo

A coalition of catering companies took their concerns to state Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. and the East End Supervisors and Mayor’s Association, which have appealed to the governor’s office for new guidance. Mr. Thiele said he has arranged a conference call with representatives of the industry and the governor’s office on Wednesday.

Old Stove Pub Now Offers Sushi

Last June, Southampton native Joe DeCristofaro reopened the legendary Old Stove Pub in Sagaponack, which has been a veritable culinary fixture on the East End since 1967, and even in the midst of the pandemic, found a following that he expects will continue this season.

‘Bungalows By The Sea’ Come To Gurney’s Montauk

Gurney’s Montauk recently unveiled its Bungalows by the Sea, partnering with Jung Lee, acclaimed event designer and founder of Fête, to create a one-of-a-kind experience.

Spring Trio from the Loaves & Fishes Farm Series

The spring trio of cookbooks in the Loaves & Fishes Farm Series is available for preorder now at loavesandfishes.us and will be available at the Loaves & Fishes Foodstore at 50 Sagg Main Road in Sagaponack, or the Loaves & Fishes Cookshop at 2266 Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton.

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