67 Steps Beach, with its gorgeous sunsets, large boulders and close proximity to Greenport Village, has long been a North Fork favorite. It was even mentioned by the Wall Street Journal last year as an “under-the-radar” beach. (more…)
A taste of Rio de Janeiro culture visited Sparkling Pointe Saturday with Carnaval, a mid-July tradition at the Southold winery.
Karen Crowson still remembers the day she moved to Riverhead 31 years ago. With the moving truck still in her driveway, she walked down to the Riverhead Diner & Grill to apply for a job.
It was so busy, they hired her on the spot and put her to work that day.
Three decades later, Crowson is still a waitress at the East Main Street diner and is glad to see that new owners Jim and Sunny Liszanckie of Riverhead have kept the restaurant’s 85-year history in mind as they’ve rebranded it Sunny’s Riverhead Diner & Grill.
“It’s basically the same, but they improved it,” Crowson said.
She said she remembers the winter day when Mr. Liszanckie, sitting at the counter in the diner, suggested buying the restaurant from former owner Liz Strebel, who took over the business from her family in the late 1970s. READ
Hallock State Park Preserve, 225 acres of land including hiking trails, a pond and a mile-long stretch of Soundfront beach, was officially unveiled to the public this week. READ
Located on the north side of Main Road, just a few miles west of Greenport Village, you’ll find Senator S. Wentworth Horton Park. READ
Founders Landing on Terry Road in Southold is one of the North Fork’s finest tucked away places of beauty. The property is maintained by the Southold Parks District for its residents. (more…)
Do you love rosé?
The second annual North Fork Rosé Crawl celebrated this pink drink of summer. READ
The lineup for this summer’s series of Dances in the Park has been announced and approved by the Greenport Village Board. The popular village concert series will present a different act in Mitchell Park each Monday night during the summer months.