Dining & Nightlife

Cooking Chops
Taking a cooking class is one thing, taking a cooking class from a bona fide teacher and a pro in the catering industry is a whole new ball game. This dynamic duo shares farm-to-table insights with clients of all stripes. Hawaiian luau anyone? Read Full Article
Clubs / Lounges December 2013
The Resting Point
Tequila can easily fall into happy-hour obscurity where it becomes little more than a salty-sour boozy punch. David Marzano, bartender at Stony Brook’s Pentimento, has a cocktail that elevates the spirit with a whole lotta strawberries. Read Full Article
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Bay Kitchen Bar
Read our review of Bay Kitchen Bar in East Hampton Read Full Article
Foodie Gossip July 2014
A heaping helping of our local restaurants’ breaking news. Read Full Article
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Red Zone July 2014
Beer meister Niko Krommydas reports on brew news and new brews. Read Full Article
It’s music fest season! Get your lawn chairs, pack the coolers and kids, but leave the dogs at home. The time is now to enjoy great local and national acts in the comfort of our favorite outdoor venues. Read Full Article
The Art of Compression
SubCulture in lower Manhattan is seeking to redefine black box theater for an expanding crowd. Read Full Article
Wall Street to Fifth Street
As a triathlete, Michael Esposito knows the physical grind of a long race: The focus, determination and tenacity to keep going. The 45-year-old Seaford native sticks to a strict daily regimen of running and biking, and swims several times a week. The plan keeps him fit in body and mind. And that mental fitness came in handy this summer at the World Series of Poker. Read Full Article
Improvisation and the Combi Oven
Since when is it okay to go to a B&B and not stay? Since Chef Craig Attwood starting cooking at Jamesport’s Jedediah Hawkins Inn. Find out what this man does with a combi oven, foie gras and some improvisation. Read Full Article
Long Island Wine Country
Despite the relatively short time Long Island has been involved in winemaking, the region has experienced considerable evolution. Master Sommelier Chris Miller recaps the history of the local industry with an eye towards what’s to come. Read Full Article
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