Momo’s Sports Bar in Holbrook Hosts a Fundraiser this Saturday May 17.
This year we are particularly excited to be able to taste the produce from the 2013 vintage. It was particularly sunny and dry, and people in the wine biz on Long Island are even going as far as to say “Vintage of the Century.” The century’s still young, but 2013 might end up in the top ten
Come join us on Thursday May 15 at Jackson’s in Commack for our Quarterly Carousal with Brooklyn Brewery.
Take Mom out for a cup of tea, a scone and talk about happy things.
Attendees were able to meet the chefs and brewers who were happy to chat about their craft. The rustic setting of the barn at the Topping Rose House provided the ideal backdrop to showcase the delicious marriage between local beer and pork. Perhaps the typical pretzel necklace at beer festivals will soon be replaced by a bacon bracelet.
The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports and the Mint Julep go together like New Year’s Eve and champagne.
Can it be the seventh year? Brooklyn Uncorked returns again to celebrate New York wine and the food that complements it. Get your ticket now!
Lauri Spitz, the lady of the brewery, has become the face of a new generation of women in the craft beer business.
What Kirin is to sushi bars, Blue Point is to seafood restaurants.
Hard cider is so hot right now. The guys at Woodside Orchards in Aquebogue have practically forgone sleep in order to fill growlers with their wares.
In our Spring 2014 issue, Eileen M. Duffy visits Premium Wine Group in Mattituck to watch as Erik Bilka, the operations production winemaker, puts the very first wine from Long Island Wine Country in the vacuum sealed bags that will fill the boxes embossed with Lieb Cellars new label, Bridge Lane.
For those of us who are not fortunate enough to be in kinder, more tropical locales nibblin’ on sponge cake while watchin’ the sun bake, I bring glad tidings: Saturday February 22 is National Margarita Day!