A popular all-day breakfast cafe that also features healthy lunch items is looking to make its way to the North Fork.
Some people pass down family heirlooms to their relatives, like an old watch, a piece of furniture or a lacy dress. READ
A year-long party at Hellenic Snack Bar & Restaurant starts Friday. READ
It was considered a gamble when chefs Gerry Hayden and his wife, Claudia Fleming, left successful careers in the New York City dining scene to open a high-end farm-to-table restaurant in Southold. (more…)
For Lenny Lubrano, it’s all about revisiting his first love.
That’s not to say he doesn’t love pizza, because he does. But it was baking that first caught his eye many years ago, and it’s baking he’ll be doing once again. READ
North Fork Table and Inn, one of Long Island’s premier restaurants, recently switched to an a la carte menu, giving patrons new options to enjoy the autumn menu. READ
John Ross (left) with Chef Tom Schaudel. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
In the 1970s, when processed food was on the rise and newfangled contraptions called microwave ovens became all the rage, North Fork chef John Ross refused to conform to the popular trends of the day. READ
CYNDI MURRAY PHOTO | On a beautiful warm afternoon Saturday, a big crowd turned out for the Pour the Core hard cider festival.
Apple season has never tasted so good on the North Fork. The second annual Pour the Core hard cider festival drew more than 2,000 people to Peconic Bay Winery in Cutchogue Saturday.
To see more photos from the festival, check out Northforker.com.