Ramen dinner and ayurvedic cuisine class at Sen; lunch and wine tasting at Wolffer; "Three Sisters" class at South Fork Kitchen, and much more
Long Island Restaurant week; Darius Yektai to speak at Almond; dinner and a movie back at Rowdy, and more
For a mere $15 donation, four days a week at lunchtime at Sen, you can dine on a balanced and utterly delicious Southern Indian meal prepared by Corey DeRosa.
A class of Thanksgiving tips and advice; new specials at Nick and Toni's; cooking demo at Bistro Ete, and more
As a semi-retired pastry chef and food writer, I have received endless pleasure and puzzlement from gifts of unusual cooking equipment, ancient cookbooks, and truly peculiar ingredients.
A clam chowder contest; Greek wines tasting at Wainscott Main, and more fall specials, this time at the 1770 House and Almond
A number of restaurants will get into the Halloween spirit over the next couple of weeks, with parties, drink specials, and prizes for the best costumes.
It's an unscientific study: Throw some likely contenders in a hat, pull out a bunch, gas up the car, and get eating.
Long Island Restaurant Week will soon be here and a new course on food culture at Stony Brook Southampton
Get the lowdown on recommended food and restaurant choices throughout the Hamptons from the The Star's food columnist, Laura Donnelly.
Nick and Toni’s opened on Aug. 3, 1988, long before foodies started using smartphones to take photos of exquisitely-plated entrees to share on social media. Yet, even on day one, the restaurant had a following.
First Artists and Writers night of the season at Almond; Quiet Clam specials, oysters, and more
People sure do have strong opinions about chowders whether New England, Manhattan, Long Island, Rhode Island, or, now “alt-chowder.”