After two years of planning,
Twin Fork Beer Company has applied to construct a new brewery and tasting room on an undeveloped lot on Raynor Avenue in Riverhead.
The company, run by Riverhead natives and
twin brothers Pete and Dan Chekijian, is hoping to add to the area’s craft brewing boom, Pete Chekijian said.
Jim Dreeben has been saying he’s going to retire for “probably 20 years,” but every summer, he returns to his Riverside business, Peconic Paddler, to rent kayaks and canoes.
This year, though, he means it. Well, mostly.
It all started on New Year’s Eve. Caroline MacArthur said she didn’t have any big plans for the night and she wasn’t drinking. She reminded her son to call her if he needed a ride. But why stop there, she thought. Other people could use a ride as well.
Jamesport’s newest breakfast spot will now start serving dinner, too.
Main Road Biscuit Co. will begin serving dinner on Thursdays from 5 to 8 p.m. and Fridays from 5 to 9 p.m.
Russ L’HommeDieu knocked on the doors of over 30 homes this past Monday, boxes of vegan-friendly food in hand.
It was all part of a new business the Cutchogue entrepreneur and his wife, Karen, recently started called Harvest Food Box.
The Lobster Roll Northside in Baiting Hollow and the adjacent North Fork Tasting Room have changed hands.
At first glance, it looks like a pair of very worn jeans standing up on its own. A closer look reveals the words “Riverhead Welcomes You.”
It’s a replica of a 12-foot bronze sculpture that Riverhead Town could obtain with county grant money instead of the usual “wayfinding” signs that direct people to tourist attractions.
Patrick Doyle of Aquebogue recently received the Nissan/ASE Master Automobile Technician of the Year award for 2016 from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.