Jesse Matsuoka loves a good smorgasbord. And so do his customers at Sen, apparently. Every day, the co-owner of the Japanese restaurant does a daily lottery drawing for its tasting menu, which began on October 15 and will continue Sundays to Thursdays, through April, at the popular Sag Harbor eatery.
Weaving coffee culture into her eponymous modern general store in Sag Harbor, Lynda Sylvester endeavored to connect the community and causes with handcrafted cold brew.
It’s cuffing season for La Fondita. Starting last week, the casual Mexican eatery in Amagansett is operating out of its sister restaurant, Coche Comedor, during the off-season, moving right next door to offer its popular take-out menu at the Coche bar, as well as through phone orders.
Page Restaurant is planning to create an 80-seat space and commercial kitchen for private events, to be known as Page Hall, in what is now a four-bedroom apartment above the restaurant on Main Street in Sag Harbor.
Krupski Farms has always been helmed by multiple generations. Suffolk County Legislator Al Krupski, who still farms quite a bit, and his wife, Mary, whose children think of her as the brains behind the operation, and their three children are responsible for what makes it to the farm stand today.
Oysters are legendary for many reasons. They filter and purify millions of gallons of water, delight palates, and are often mentioned for their alleged aphrodisiac properties.
In the high-profile world of celebrity chefs, few have more name recognition than Lidia Matticchio Bastianich, the woman who almost single-handedly redefined American palates when it comes to what Italian cuisine is, and should be, in this country.
Julia Child made cooking fun, and perhaps more importantly, she made it accessible — inspiring generations of foodies to take to the kitchen and...
The historic Bridgehampton Inn is celebrating its 25thyear with the release of “The Bridgehampton Look + Cook Book.” A collaboration between the Inn and...
With a complete renovation and new culinary program led by Culinary Director Franklin Becker and Executive Chef Kevin Garcia, it was only a matter of time before Claudio’s introduced brunch to its weekend menu.
Schiavoni’s Market has rewritten history — literally. Earlier this summer, the family-owned Sag Harbor institution changed its established date by nearly a decade — from 1941 to 1932, now reflected in the store sign on Main Street — after discovering a piece of long-lost history.
Every summer season on the East End has an “it” drink — and at Almond, it’s the summer of tequila.
On Friday, July 19, Pearl Street Caviar, a new, sustainable caviar company, launched an on-demand weekend delivery service in the Hamptons.
Understanding the modern consumer doesn’t have the time, or desire, to cook every meal every day, the Wellness Foundation instituted the W Restaurant Program to help Wellness Challenge 360 participants dine without worry. Since its inception five years ago, the program has grown to include more than 15 South Fork locations and counting.
Bostwicks has found a second home in Springs — in the same location the seafood-inspired restaurant first cultivated a cult-like following.