Some rain early Thursday morning and soaring temperatures this weekend may be just what local corn crops need to be ready for Fourth of July.
Scott DuBois, manager of Breeze Hill Farm in Peconic, said whether his corn crops will be ready remains unclear. READ
Downtown Riverhead’s most notable vacant restaurant location is poised to have a new tenant with a familiar North Fork name. READ
The owners of the Glass Greenhouse in Jamesport, who are still in litigation with Riverhead Town over a farm market they built three years ago, have now submitted a special permit application seeking to have a bistro in the same location. READ
Some people pass down family heirlooms to their relatives, like an old watch, a piece of furniture or a lacy dress. READ
It was considered a gamble when chefs Gerry Hayden and his wife, Claudia Fleming, left successful careers in the New York City dining scene to open a high-end farm-to-table restaurant in Southold. (more…)
For Lenny Lubrano, it’s all about revisiting his first love.
That’s not to say he doesn’t love pizza, because he does. But it was baking that first caught his eye many years ago, and it’s baking he’ll be doing once again. READ
A pint of Twin Fork Beer’s “Chromatic Ale” at CJ’s American Grill in Mattituck. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
A pair of Riverhead native sons are the latest brewers to join the East End craft beer scene.
Identical twins Pete and Dan Chekijian, 43, and founders of Twin Fork Beer, recently leased office space on West Main Street in Riverhead and are searching for a nearby headquarters to brew their beers and open a tasting room. They are currently brewing their offerings on a contract basis at another local brewery.
Read more about the new venture on northforker.com.