For foodies, SummerFest is the one Hamptons event that should not be missed. In addition to serving as the premier fundraiser for the Southampton Arts Center, the event allows some of the East End’s most prominent chefs and restaurants to proudly showcase their latest culinary creations.
For Stuart’s Seafood Market, chowder is serious business. Made fresh daily, there are at least eight different choices at any given time, from mussel, conk and oyster chowders to Mediterranean fish soup, lobster bisque and, of course, Manhattan and New England clam chowders.
Can an unlucky location survive the Hamptons season? If you ask Gary, Svitlana and Tessa Flom, the answer is a resounding “yes.”
Colin Ambrose — chef and owner of Estia’s Little Kitchen in Sag Harbor and the former Estia’s in Amagansett, and the former chef at Old Stove Pub Greek Restaurant in Wainscott and host of American River Tours — will talk with journalist Biddle Duke.
Tathiana and Alessandro Teixeira, both former professional athletes, learned from an early age that a healthy balance in both body and mind was required for them to thrive in the demanding disciplines of ballet and tennis.
Next month, Brooklyn Chop House will open its doors in the Financial District, but it’s warming up in Southampton first.
Trucks from Manhattan to Montauk will hit the pavement to converge at Edible East End’s seventh annual Great Food Truck Derby on Friday, August 10, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Hayground School
While the newest owners of one of Sag Harbor’s most beloved restaurants — the former Conca D’Oro — have remained tight-lipped on the opening date of the village’s newest Italian eatery, the doors of Sag Pizza were wide open on Tuesday, albeit only for staff training.
Iron Chef and restauranteur Michael Symon is passionate when it comes to barbecuing and live-fire cooking — whether it’s grilling ribeyes, smoking lamb ribs, baking pizza in a wood-fired oven, or just cooking hot dogs on a stick over a campfire.
The 14th annual Hayground School’s Chefs Dinner will be held on Sunday, July 29, starting with cocktails at 4:30 p.m. and dinner at 6 p.m.
That reputation has only continued — and many of those restaurants will participate in the sixth annual “Taste of Montauk” on Sunday, July 29, at Gurney’s Montauk Yacht Club & Resort, located at 32 Star Island Road.
These Long Island breweries have capitalized on the moment, a moment wherein the locavore ethos is keenly popular. Still, branding is also an important part the culture of 2018.
The Clam Bar at Napeague is hosting live music every Wednesday from 5 to 8 p.m. — next up, Joe Haines on July 25 — at the Amagansett restaurant, located at 2025 Montauk Highway.
Grab and go at Hooked — Montauk’s newest family-run take-out eatery located at 34 South Etna Avenue — while beating the summertime rush.
Wine Spectator recently released the winners of the 2018 Restaurant Awards, which has honored the world’s best restaurants for wine since 1981 — this year, representing 3,759 dining destinations from more than 75 countries, as well as all 50 states.