If you couldn’t make it to the joyous sipping and supping fest that was Brooklyn Uncorked last week, check out this video recap. And remember that Long Island wine country is open all year long.
Can six o’clock get here already??? We’re ready to hear those corks a poppin’ and fill our plates with all sorts of decadent bites at tonight’s Brooklyn Uncorked, our annual celebration of Long Island Wine. Here are some photos from last year’s fun so you can get excited, too.
It’s time for one of my all-time favorite wine events of the year, Brooklyn Uncorked – a sipping and swirling smorgasbord of Long Island’s fab vinified offerings. But this year in particular is pretty special because it marks a moment in Long Island wine country history – the 40th Anniversary. A glass raised to that.
On August 1oth, we’ve rallied a load of food truck vendors, serving everything from kimchi tacos to dumplings and cupcakes, to show folks that the East End is anything but void of ethnic eats.
While we’d advocate for everybody shopping at farmers markets year round, there’s truly no time like summer to appreciate the bounty of local goods at our fingertips.
They say the East End is short on ethnic eats. Well, on August 10, we plan to change that when Edible East End presents the Great Food Truck Derby, in conjunction with the Hayground School in Bridgehampton.
Edible East End (the shore-based sister to this magazine) and the Brooklyn Brewery invite you to the Bellmore, Long Island craft beer bar Effin Gruven on Thursday, April 26, to celebrate the Nassau and Suffolk County rollout of the latest Brewmaster Reserve release.
The country’s foremost cocktail historian sings the booze on Dean Street.
Once again the wineries, chefs and artists of eastern Long Island is thinking of you and what you’re going to do in the depths of winter. For the next five weekends the East End–and a few points closer to home–are throwing Winterfest, a collaborative,cross-cultural effort to lure you out East. Sure, the Hudson Valley has those foothills, but this semi-agrarian vacation-land shares our very own land mass, and is a short trip up the Sunrise Highway or the LIE from Atlantic Ave. Why not spend a chilly day warming up with local wine? Snuggle up in front of a crackling fireplace at a quiet Hamptons bed-and-breakfast? Listen to jazz with a view of the vineyards? Or find some great deals on true farm-to-table restaurant meals? Welcome to Winterfest.
On August 13 and 14th Long Island’s “Music to Know” or MTK Festival comes to runway of the East Hampton airport with a curated selection of…
A Brooklyn winemaker wants you to drink deeply from the local well.
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