Food & Wine

Music Meets Mykonos in Water Mill

As a restaurant, Calissa in Water Mill may be best known for its Greek eats, but beginning this week, it also becomes the place for music with the likes of Wyclef Jean, Questlove, Rev Run x Ruckus, DJ Cassidy and others performing in the weeks ahead.

Foodtuffs: Dinner in the Vines, Omakase, Sweet Treats and Outdoor Eats

On the evening of Friday, June 25, Joey Wölffer hosted a celebratory event for the launch of Wölffer Estate Vineyards Cellar Series Own Rooted Merlot Rosé.

Foodstuffs: New shops, New Menus, Farmers Markets and a Book Signing

Wishbone Farms, a new farm-to-fridge market and grocery concept developed by restaurateur Josh Lebowitz, has just opened in the heart of Southampton.

Climate Corner: Welcome to Locavore Heaven

Just because it’s sitting in a wheelbarrow, doesn’t mean it’s local. When I decided to reduce my carbon footprint by eating more local, I had to come to terms with the sad fact that farm stand pineapples are not grown out here. And those pretty packages labeled, “Produit en France?” Probably not either.

‘Fish & Men’ Screening and Panel at SAC

As part of its exhibition “EARTH: Artists as Activists,” On Thursday, July 8 at 7:30 p.m., Southampton Arts Center will host an outdoor screening of “Fish & Men,” a documentary by Darby Duffin and Adam Richard Jones.

Check Out Wölffer Rosé Sorbet

Wölffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack has collaborated with notable vegan ice cream company Van Leeuwen to create a one of a kind Vegan Raspberry Rosé Sorbet.

‘Why Yes, I’m Vaccinated’

As COVID-19 regulations start to lift, so does the uncertainty of not knowing whether or not the people around you are vaccinated. It may seem a little uneasy for guests to want to dine out when the wait staff, bartenders, and chefs handling your food and drinks may or may not be vaccinated.

Crazy Inspired Desserts are Here for the Summer

The award-winning New York City burger joint Black Tap, which now has outlets in California, Nevada and internationally, has headed east for the summer and is offering a one-of-a-kind pop-up experience called “CrazyShake by Black Tap” at The Clubhouse at East Hampton Indoor Tennis.

Citarella’s Seafood for Summer

For the first time ever, Citarella has launched a series of custom seafood boxes just in time for summer. The boxes offer a variety of seafood hits like lobster rolls, tuna steaks, owner and fishmonger Joe Gurrera’s popular ceviche, sea scallops and more streamlined into themed kits for easy hosting.

Happy Hour at Main Street Tavern

Last summer, the team behind Highway Restaurant & Bar opened Main Street Tavern in Amagansett, a year-round neighborhood restaurant and bar with a garden

Enjoy Highway at Home

East Hampton’s Highway Restaurant & Bar (290 Montauk Highway) will be offering unique at-home catering options this summer — including the Autostrada pizza oven —for backyard events.

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.

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