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. READ
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. READ
The Sidor family has grown potatoes on the same Mattituck property for more than a century. In fact, the first crops were planted at the Oregon Road farm in 1910.
The Long Island Rail Road, meanwhile, has shipped potatoes from the North Fork since the mid-19th century.
Splish Splash is seeking a notice waiver from Riverhead Town as it applies for a liquor license to serve alcohol at its Calverton water park this summer.
A former potato farm on Sound Avenue has been proposed as the site of Long Island’s first “farm to pint” brewery, with most ingredients used in the beer-making process to be grown on site.
The project, which has been dubbed Jamesport Farm Brewery and calls for the creation of a brewery and tasting room in an existing 3,200-square-foot barn, is located on 43 acres on the southern side of Sound Avenue, between Manor and Herricks lanes in Jamesport.
North Fork Craft Gallery, a new Wading River store carrying the work of Long Island artisans, does not have an online store — and that’s for a few reasons.
One, many of the items are one-of-a-kind and the inventory frequently rotates.