We’re counting down the hours until we “escape” Manhattan with international flavors from some of our favorite restaurants and vendors.
Stokedfest is a one-day kids festival in Long Beach, New York ,showcasing award-winning short films from the Long Island and New York City area.
The Arts Alive Long Island Festival, which happens each year during the month of October, is in full swing with movies, plays, music and the culinary arts. Some of Edible’s favorite restaurants and chefs are taking part, and there’s still time to tuck in and dine out.
Edible teams up with liquor shops throughout Long Island for a Hendrick’s Gin Tasting. Lucky us — we’ve got the Hendrick’s gin cocktail recipe that Ayana Suknanan from Gnarly Vines Wines and Spirits will make!
Twenty local wineries and five Long Island breweries will be serving drinks. Early bird tickets are available until October 16 and cost $20, which includes a subscription. General admission is $30. General admission including a subscription is $40.
At Edible Long Island, we don’t just talk about food, we get elbow-deep into making it, too. The proof is in, perhaps not the pudding, but definitely in the cookies!
Since it was so successful the first time around, the town of Farmingdale has scheduled another restaurant week to start on October 14 through October 20, following up on their 25th Annual Columbus Weekend Fair.
The BBQ Brethren presents its 7th Annual New York State BBQ Championship at the Maples Bar and Grill in Manorville on August 3. The competition is sanctioned by the New England BBQ Society and Mid-Atlantic BBQ Association.
Grown on Long Island Day, a countywide farmers market, will be held at the Suffolk County Farm and Education Center on Friday, August 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Graceful Rose at 154 West Broadway in Port Jefferson will open their outdoor patio, The Rose Garden, on Saturday, June 29.
The most pleasurable activity next to eating the beautiful, healthy, organically grown food produced at Quail Hill Farm is talking about it.