The site of the former Grind Café and late Maryann’s will soon be home to mesquite Tex-Mex. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
One of Suffolk County’s standout taco joints will soon open a new Wading River location, northforker has learned.
The owner of Mesquite in Sound Beach, the hidden gem of a Tex-Mex eatery specializing in unique tacos, will open at the former Grind Café across from the Duck Ponds sometime in October.
Read more about it on northforker.com.
Sean Kelly, 3, of East Moriches mimics riders in the tractor pull competition.
The sun was shining and there was just a hint of autumn in the air for the second day of the Hallockville Museum Farm’s 34th annual Fall Festival and Craft Show Saturday. (more…)
Dennis McDermott, owner of The Riverhead Project, said the downtown eatery is closed for good. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
The Riverhead Project, the downtown eatery widely heralded as a milestone in the revitalization of Riverhead, has gone out of business, according to the restaurant’s owner. (more…)
Jaclyn Van Bourgondien examined hops at Farm to Pint in Peconic. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
Hops farming, once prolific in New York State, has been making a comeback on the East End as farmers like Jaclyn Van Bourgondien and Andrew Tralka experiment with growing the ingredient, which is necessary to offset the sweetness of malt sugars in beer. (more…)
The Riverhead Project in downtown Riverhead. (Credit: File Photo)
The Riverhead Project has temporarily closed its doors after hitting a legal snag that inadvertently rendered its tax ID number and liquor license invalid, according to the restaurant’s owner. (more…)
Pindar Vineyards proprietor “Dr. Dan” Damianos (in purple sweater) hosts a barrel tasting and behind-the-scenes tour for Pindar Wine Club members. (Credit: Courtesy photo)
Herodotus Damianos, a medical doctor, North Fork wine pioneer and the founder of Pindar Vineyards, Long Island’s biggest wine producer, died Monday, according to a family spokesman. He was 82.
Read more about his life on northforker.com.
A pair of beer lovers enjoying the day. (Credit: Vera Chinese photos)
Thousands of people sampled brews from as far away as Germany and as near as Greenport at the North Fork Craft, Beer, BBQ & Wine Festival at Peconic Bay Winery on Saturday.
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