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
Drinkology: Sag Rum Sour
Set sail with the Sag Rum Sour—a toast to summer’s end and whaling history. Swallow’s beverage director Derek Nielsen combines ginger, hibiscus, tea, lemon and Sag Harbor Rum for a cocktail that is equally deep and refreshing. Read Full Article
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Ristorante Cinque Terre
Read our review of Ristorante Cinque Terre in Huntington Station Read Full Article
Foodie Gossip September 2014
A heaping helping of our local restaurants’ breaking news. Read Full Article
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Red Zone September 2014
Beer meister Niko Krommydas reports on brew news and new brews. Read Full Article
The Listening Bar September 2014
Music is alive and well on Long Island. Find where to hear it, play it and see it in this lineup of Johnny Pierre’s favorites. Read Full Article
The Best Little  Coffee Shop in NYC
Finding that perfect cup o’ coffee is a grail quest to java devotees. One tiny Abraço in East Village will put end to the long search. What it lacks in floor space it makes up in love, atmosphere and of course, coffee. 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
Something Old, Something New
Chef Todd Jacobs’ grandmother deeded him her well-seasoned cast-iron pan. With that came the backbone of his Fresh Hamptons menu. Read Full Article
Blending in
Are single varietal wines necessarily better than blends? Are blends “cheating?” What are wine blends in the first place? Chris Miller takes a closer look at mashed-up grapes. Read Full Article
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