Early on in her career, Mavis-Jay Sanders knew she wanted to climb to the highest perches in the food world. Having done that, now she wants to share them.
Badila wanted to share the healing, transformative experience of connecting with the land. In mid-2020, she found a way to do just that.
Siblings Manal & Wissam Kahi started Eat Offbeat as a catering company staffed fully by refugees resettled in the U.S.
Milea Estate Vineyard in Staatsburg sets itself apart by offering family-owned authenticity in an undeniably luxurious setting.
For nearly 40 years, the Clarke family has offered the chance to pick your own fruit at their own Prospect Hill Orchards farm, in Milton, NY.
Cookbook Author & Activist Grace Young is working toward saving Chinatown and fighting Anti-Asian Hate
Lagusta Yearwood, whose Confectionery is an East Village staple, chats about her cookbook, ‘Sweet + Salty.’
The founder of The Meat Wagon strives to make butchery more accessible and inclusive.
Here’s where to go for fresh air, stunning views, brewery tours, beer flights and maybe even a wedding venue.
Eleven Madison Park has been in the news lately regarding the–some would say–radical changes to the menu, the presentation, the atmosphere, the prices. But a few weekends ago I was able to sample some of Daniel Humm’s food in a simpler setting.
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 is just a short trip up the LIE or the LIRR. 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? That’s Winterfest in a nutshell.
Forget Sand: Visit Long Island for this Stellar Series of 10-Mile Wine Dinners, Held in Private Homes
Long Island’s second annual HARVEST fest includes a series of 10-mile dinners: Six meals at six different beautiful homes on the East End, each hosted by a winery and a local chef. (There’s also a not-to-be-missed Festival Tasting on September 17 featuring 20 restaurants and as many wineries.