There is a wonderful French proverb that says "In water one sees one's own face; but in wine one beholds the heart of another." Wine is associated with romantic moments and memories; with capturing the heart of someone you love. So it is no wonder that winemaking is considered one of the most romantic jobs in the world. It has a long history and lots of traditions that help create memories that are woven deeply into our everyday lives.
Bodacious Beer Bar Owners is a terribly named weekly feature—and also a slightly misleading one; biweekly-ish is more likely—spotlighting the bodacious owners of Long Island's best spots (bars, restaurants, stores, etc.) for beer. The format is simple: Each bodacious owner will bodaciously tackle the same four topics in relation to their spot(s), so we can better understand their bodaciousness.
Beer Label Breakdown is a four-part series spotlighting Scott Bluedorn, an East Hampton-based artist commissioned by Greenport Harbor Brewing Company to create the label artwork for the brewery's recently launched bottles of Harbor Ale, Black Duck Porter, Otherside IPA, and Summer Ale.
The weather is warming up just in time for one of the biggest parades on Long Island. The Rocky Point St. Patrick’s Day parade will be held this Sunday, March 15. It begins at 1 pm. at the intersection of Harrison Ave and Route 25A and continues east along 25A.
In the heart of Huntington Village, European Republic is an unassuming gem. Though the restaurant itself is small it’s impossible to miss, the standing French Fry Man taking up residence on the sidewalk at the store front is the perfect advertisement for what lies within.
Everyone from two to 92 knows the best way to view July is over a towering ice cream cone. Come to Bellport for a taste of that old-time-Americana feeling we all crave. Situated just south of Bellport’s “four corners” on Bellport Lane is Carla Marla’s, a tiny old-fashioned ice cream parlor.