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Manhattan & Sag Harbor-Based Restaurant, Ed's Lobster Bar, Now Offering Lunch-Time Take Away Menu

by Sydney A. Braat
Food News - "It's important for us to show that we are an integral part of the community and not just a summer pop-up. Therefore, having strong offerings throughout the winter for our local clientele is done with great care and emphasis," said Ed McFarland, Chef/Owner of Ed's Lobster Bar.


Shop Small And Local Year-Round With The East End Food Institute's Virtual Farmers Market

by Sydney A. Braat
Food News - "As the weather gets colder, some farmers markets and farm stands will shutdown for the season," noted Kate Fullam, Executive Director of East End Food Institute. "We know the local food economy will need another way to easily reach customers, and with more people staying home, the option for delivery to the doorstep is advantageous."


NYC Sushi And Omakase Hot Spot, Kissaki, Branches Out In The Hamptons For Year-Round Service

by Sydney A. Braat
Food News - "The Kissaki team is humbled and proud to serve the incredible residents and visitors of Southampton, East Hampton and Water Mill this summer. We are extremely happy to announce that we will be serving our amazing cuisine year round," said Garry Kanfer, Kissaki Owner.


Hamptons-Based Family-Owned Espresso Bars And Cafés Opens Montauk Outpost

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "We have been wanting to open in Montauk for so long," Jason Belkin noted. "We were just waiting for the perfect opportunity to become a part of this community."


INTERVIEW: Laura Luciano On Slow Food East End's Upcoming Virtual Events Featuring Local Chefs, Farmers And Beverage Artisans

by T.J. Clemente
Food News - "It is important to know about the food you eat and the benefits of having so many wonderful local venues here on the East End!" Ms. Luciano explained.


Rooted Hospitality Group Opens New Restaurant In Westhampton Beach

by Gabrielle Topping
Food News - "We're thrilled to embark on a new journey and introduce flora as our next adventure," David Hersh, Chef and Owner of Rooted Hospitality Group said. "It's a beautiful little gem and we can't wait for guests to enjoy flora's great food, drinks, and hospitality."


Calissa, The Mykonos Of The Hamptons, Hosting Series Of US Open Outdoor Viewing Parties In Partnership With Grey Goose

by Sydney A. Braat
Food News - "My partners introduced new music, design elements and menu items to Calissa this year. Perhaps my favorite compliment is when customers exclaim 'wow, it's just like being in Greece,'" said Calissa owner James Mallios.


Get The European Dining Experience In The Heart Of Southampton At NAIA

by Sydney A. Braat
Food News - "We want our visitors to find their oasis at NAIA, where they will feel the energy of Mykonos meets St. Tropez while settling into the casual elegance of Southampton. We provide a chic setting where guests can kick back in this eclectic mix of art, music and fine food. The vibe is undeniable," said Michael Pitsinos, Founder and Curator of NAIA.


INTERVIEW: Vivanterre Wine Director, Cedric Nicaise, On The Limited Edition Charlie Bird x Vivanterre Tote, The Natural Wine Brand's Inaugural Vinos And More

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "The orange wine is the flagship and the reason the project exists in the first place, so that's the wine we decided to feature in the tote. It's at the intersection of serious wine and something that is easily chuggable, 'glou glou' if you will," Nicaise told us.


INTERVIEW: Main Street Tavern's Kit Still Dishes About The New Amagansett Eatery, Highlighting Local Produce And More

by Shakir Philippe
Food News - "Everything is made in-house, from our pasta to desserts, like the fruit tart, made every day," Kit Still told us.


Discover South Fork Bakery's Cookies, Brownies, And Pies: A Bakery Empowering Adults With Special Needs

by T.J. Clemente
Food News - "They love what they do," Shirley Ruch said of her staff. "I am sure that helps make everything taste so good."


NYC Favorite, Ess-a-Bagel, Will Now Deliver To Your Hamptons Home

by Sydney A. Braat
Food News - "We worked hard to figure out how to bring our bagels to our loyal customers," said Melanie Frost, Chief Operating Officer and second-generation owner of Ess-a-Bagel. "Many of our regular customers have now moved indefinitely to the East End and we wanted to make sure to reach them wherever they are."


INTERVIEW: Event Guru Elvira Grau On Space Kitchen - "The Rolls Royce Of Food Trucks" - Expanding To The Hamptons

by Shakir Philippe
Food News - "This downtime during the pandemic gave me pause for inner reflection, new appreciation, reinvention and innovation. I knew I had to use this time wisely and be creative," Grau told us.


INTERVIEW: The Oberon Group Deputy Director Halley Chambers On Purslane Provisions In The Hamptons, Championing The Movement For Positive Environmental Impact And More

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "We are so excited to be at the vanguard of building a truly green economy - one in which making the sustainable choice does not mean sacrificing taste, quality, or aesthetic," Chambers told us.


INTERVIEW: Pastry Chef Jessica Craig On The East End's Abundant Local Ingredients, Her New Role At Almond Restaurant & Bar And More

by Gabrielle Topping
Food News - "I am very happy and excited to be a part of the Almond Restaurant team," Pastry Chef Jessica Craig said. "I can't wait for their NYC location to be opened, safely and securely of course, so that I can make an impact on the dessert menu there too. I am finding my stride in this new pastry chef position that they have created for me. I hope the guests enjoy my creations."


INTERVIEW: Chef Amanda Cohen On The Lekka Burger, A Vegan, Plant-Powered Patty

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "I've always felt vegetables were misunderstood. In general, people don't really get excited about vegetables," Chef Cohen told us. "Yes, they're a healthy part of our diet, but what about fulfilling, necessary, life-sustaining, or fun?"


Take-Home Charcuterie Picnic Baskets Benefits Southampton History Museum

by Gabrielle Topping
Food News - "This year has been extraordinary for the Southampton History Museum. We've learned to adapt our wide-ranging programs into outdoor and electronic formats. To pay the bills we are taking imaginative steps to such as this picnic basket benefit following all NYS health and safety requirements," Tom Edmonds, Director of the Museum, relayed.


INTERVIEW: Chef Ed McFarland On The New Sag Harbor Summer Garden And More

by Shakir Philippe
Food News - Ed's Lobster Bar in Sag Harbor has launched Ed's Summer Garden, a newly designed and beautiful outdoor space featuring a spacious tent with adirondack chairs and a dreamy canopied summer garden.


High School Students Spearhead The Creation Of Little Free Pantry In Westhampton Beach

by T.J. Clemente
Food News - "We did a fundraiser and collected food for the local food pantries, but realized the problem being the local food pantries were only open a few days a week. Our pantry will be open every day of the week, 24 hours a day," Fainne Sheehan told us.


INTERVIEW: Chef Kazuo Yoshida On The Hamptons Omakase By Uni King Experience

by Shakir Philippe
Food News - "I'm really inspired by art and fashion, and it definitely influences the way I present my food. I like to plate my dishes in a way that is artful and delicate, making sure the food is just as visually appealing as it is fresh and delicious to taste," Chef Yoshida told Hamptons.com.


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