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The First Annual Hamptons Wine & Food Festival

Main Articles - This event will include live cooking demonstrations, extensive wine seminars, a themed Grand Tasting each night, book signings, displays of the latest and greatest cooking gadgets and high end appliances and will feature local and internationally acclaimed celebrity chefs and winemakers.

Annona - Classic Lines and Excellent Fare

by Kelly Krieger
Main Articles - There's a new concept in fine dining and Annona is built for speed. With the fall season upon us, many restaurants close for the winter months, but not Annona. This elegant chic restaurant brings a spark of the big city to the Westhampton Beach.

Annona - Where Perfection Comes Naturally

by Kelly Krieger
Main Articles - New restaurants usually go through a few growing pains before perfecting their menu, service and style, but for Annona of Westhampton Beach, perfection comes naturally. Upon entering this fine eatery, you will be transported into one of the most elegant restaurants on the East End.

A Balance of Ying and Yang - Madame Tong's

by Katrina Lovett
Main Articles - With the end of summer fast approaching, we wanted to take the chance to fit in a few more chances for outdoor dining on the East End before thoughts of fall and cold weather rolled in. Situated just around the corner from the train station, Madame Tong's seems the perfect spot to stop for some fresh air and cocktails after a busy week at work or for a romantic dinner for two.

Local, Live, and Luscious

by Marni Bistany
Main Articles - Where did summer go? It seems that everyone I know is asking this question lately. One day it’s spring and just warm enough to sit outside without a jacket, and the veggies are starting to come to market, and now it’s fall. Thanks goodness for the still-warm water and the great local produce.

Round Up for Citymeals-On-Wheels

by J. Z. Holden
Main Articles - Twenty-five years ago on Thanksgiving Day, part-time Hamptons resident and NYC food critic, Gael Greene saw a headline in the New York Times that read, “City Scrimps to Feed the Aged.” The next day she picked up the phone and called James Beard. Together they devised a way to produce Christmas baskets for the elderly, and by Monday morning, Citymeals-On-Wheels had been created.

LT Burger: Comfort Food With Zing And Taste

by Eileen Casey
Main Articles - LT Burger, a family friendly burger restaurant that opened this past summer, threw a hometown soiree for locals on Wednesday evening - the food, libations and company did not disappoint.

Cittanuova: Not Just Another Neighborhood Italian Restaurant

by Lenn Thompson
Main Articles - I've never been to Milan (or anywhere in Italy for that matter) but sitting at a small table in Cittanuova in East Hampton, my wife and I got a taste of Italy's most chic and modern cities - along with some terrific, affordable fare. Cittanuova is extremely versatile as a great bar, coffee spot, date spot, and it is kid friendly.

Park Avenue Perfects Pot Luck

by Renee Lucas
Main Articles - The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centers releases it’s delicious new cook book filled with recipes from new York's savviest hostesses edited by Florence Fabricant, "Park Avenue Potluck".

The Real Deal: Finding A Quick And Healthy Lunch

by Jeff Thayer
Main Articles - Not a week goes by that someone doesn’t tell me how it’s not their fault they had a slice of pizza or a fast food combo meal for lunch. I decided to work my way through Southampton Village, one lunch stop at a time in search of healthy options for the masses and found too many to count.

The Nutritional Truth: Eating To Live

by Daria Gredysa
Main Articles - The health of our nation can be labeled as a crisis with the maladies that overwhelm our health care system. And while people are responsible for their own nutritional well-being, it can be argued that Americans have been misled by the unhealthy food guidelines proposed by the USDA. While this may be hard to swallow, the rise in heart disease, cancer, and diabetes in recent years may be proof enough.

East End Oak Bar Series: Casa Basso

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Main Articles - If you are an aficionado of classic bar atmosphere, where real drinks are poured for real men and "right broads" like the late Dorothy Parker in an atmosphere of dark wood, brass foot rails and a back bar where the scotches and gins may actually outnumber the designer flavored vodkas, then pull up a black leather bar stool.

Hamptons Restaurant Week: Great Dish At Great Prices

by Colin M. Graham
Main Articles - if your stomach isn’t rumbling already it should be. The Seventh Annual “Hamptons Restaurant Week,” scheduled for the last week of March from Sunday, March 29 through Sunday, April 5, kicks off this weekend. No longer just for restaurants on the South Fork, Hamptons Restaurant Week now invites wineries, lodging and other local businesses on the North Fork to participate.

There Will Be No Wine On Local Grocery Store Shelves This Year

by Douglas MacKaye Harrington
Main Articles - The contentious battle that has pitted liquor and wine retailers against grocery retailers and wineries may have come to an uneventful end as the New York State Legislature has agreed to a budget that excludes consideration of a bill allowing wine to be sold in supermarkets around the state.

Citarella Chooses Bridgehampton For Third Hamptons Market

by Colin M. Graham
Main Articles - With construction nearing completion at the former Bridgehampton Country Market building on Route 27, Citarella gourmet market is going for the trifecta, rounding out their East Hampton and Water Mill operations with a third location in between. The location changed hands in 2007 and most recently became Bob's Village Market.

Aspiring Young Chef, A Ross Student, Caters NYC Gala

Main Articles - Founded in 1968, the GO Project provides academic assistance and social services to low-income, under-performing elementary school children in Lower Manhattan. Young chef (and Ross School student) Greg Grossman was invited to provide the food served during the course of the evening.

LIMA Releases 2006 Merliance; Touts Superiority Of Long Island Merlots

Main Articles - The Long Island Merlot Alliance (LIMA) is proud to announce the release of its 2006 Merliance. This is the third release of the popular blend that helps raise money for local wine research.

Blue Parrot Takes Back Prime Perch In East Hampton Village

by Colin M. Graham
Main Articles - The restaurant rumor mill has been in overdrive since news that the Blue Parrot would be reopening this summer first hit the streets this January. Since the Parrot last shut its doors at the end of the summer season in 2006, the fate of East Hampton's beloved local bar has been a subject of much speculation.

It's A Very Berry Time At Annual Mattituck Festival

by Andrea Aurichio
Main Articles - June is just another word for strawberries on the North Fork where the Mattituck Lions Club is gearing up for their 55th annual Strawberry Festival this year held to coincide with Father's Day Weekend in keeping with a time honored Club tradition.

Chefs & Champagne New York Salutes Legendary Four Seasons Restaurateurs At Wölffer

Main Articles - The James Beard Foundation will honor restaurateurs Alex von Bidder and Julian Niccolini and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the legendary Four Seasons Restaurant at Chefs & Champagne New York at the annual sumptuous tasting party at Wölffer Vineyards.

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