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Riverhead-Based Horse Rescue Holding Monthly Farmers Market And Tours

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "Come shop our vendors, take a tour, meet our animals, and learn more about what we do here at Spirit's Promise!" encouraged Jenny Turano.

INTERVIEW: Chef Karen Akunowicz On "Perfecting The Italian Aperitivo Moment," Competing On "Top Chef," And More

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "For me, coming back from last chance kitchen in Top Chef: All Stars will always be one of my most memorable moments," Chef Akunowicz told us.

Get A Crash Course On Cooking With Local Fish During Slow Food East End's Chef Series

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "These informative lessons will walk viewers through the steps to cooking success. In addition, viewers will be able to interact and ask questions," Maria McBride shared.

East End Food Institute Seeks Input To Re-imagine Feeding The East End

by Eileen Casey
Food News - "We should be leveraging the bounty of our region to feed everyone in the community, and not just during the height of the growing season," Kate Fullam said.

Carbo-load For A Great Cause During This Annual Hamptons Spay-ghetti Fundraiser

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "We are looking forward to having a successful Spay-ghetti dinner to help raise funds and support our Advo-cat program," Joseph Sprague expressed.

Springs Food Pantry And Share The Harvest Farm Presenting Beloved Chili Cook Off Via Drive-Thru

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "Even though the event is not a contest this year, our drive-thru, hot-to-go chili choices prepared by 20 plus local chefs and restaurants guarantee to provide lots of comfort and heartfelt cheer," Holly Reichart-Wheaton said.

Citizens 4 Humanity Spreading The Love This Valentine's Day

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "Life during COVID is very hard and during these unprecedented times, we all need to open up our hearts and help on a more humanitarian level. Citizens 4 Humanity allows the East End community a way to do this," Evelyne Ramasami said.

Winter Dining Deal To Offer Eight Nights Of Spectacular Meal Specials

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "Restaurant Weeks do one thing: they bring people through the doors," Steve Haweeli stated. "The pandemic has devastated restaurants; we hope Winter Restaurant Week will provide a shot in the arm of revenue for all participating restaurants."

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.

INTERVIEW: "Restaurants On The Edge" Star Nick Liberato And Business Partner Mike Dalewitz Talk The Netflix Hit, Their 618 Hospitality Group, A Change In Dining Habits And More

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "It's probably the most important time to have a voice and a vision on social media right now, because that's really what everyone's driving through," Liberato told Hamptons.com.

Union Sushi & Steak To Host Upper East Side's UEast75 Gallery Exhibition "Musing And Mastering: The Ordinary"

by Sydney A. Braat
Food News - "As this year descends ever so bittersweetly, we can all agree it has been one that has been far from The Ordinary. We have all been forced to some degree to experience what we have right in front of us much clearer," reflected Alysha Marko, Owner of UEast75 Gallery.

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.

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