A tartine, essentially a French-style, open-faced sandwich with a rich or elaborate topping is hard to resist. Tartinery, the New York City chain, know this all too well and has a devoted fan base since opening in Nolita in 2010.
Peter Knight from Cub Scout Den 10 shows off his personal pizza. A new food trend is burgeoning in towns around Long Island: pizza…
Hoi polloi and everyman, all walks of life meet on the hilly streets of the village of Port Jefferson, the subject of our Community Table column in the summer issue of Edible Long Island. Fondly known as Port Jeff or simply “Port” to the Long Islanders across the sandbar, it’s easy to find a place to dine no matter your age, budget or mood, which is part of the appeal of this beautiful place.
Huntington Village, with its plethora of Mexican and Tex-Mex eateries, has become Cinco de Mayo Central on Long Island.
The bi-annual Long Island Restaurant Week kicks off its Spring 2014 campaign on Sunday, April 27 for eight days ending on Sunday, May 4.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that, to date, more than 100 restaurants have signed the Pride of New York Pledge. The pledge, part of the Taste NY initiative, is a commitment to increase by 10 percent New York State grown or made products and ingredients on their menus.
Cross the threshold at Roots Bistro Gourmand, and it is clear that chef co-owners Philippe Corbet and James Orlandi encourage a new vernacular to describe their work—and, they enjoy upending culinary norms.
Dining out Valentine’s Day can be a bit overrated. My husband and I stopped going out once my children were born. Trying to find a babysitter for the most romantic night of the year was like putting toothpaste back in a tube.
Homecooks, consider giving yourself a present this Christmas and make reservations instead of the traditional ham, prime ribs, lasagna or much to maligned fruitcake.
A pleasantly surprising fringe benefit of my job as editor of Edible Long Island came in the form of an e-mailed invitation from Rob Petrone, host of Verizon’s FiOS1 program Restaurant Hunter.
With our first print issue under our collective belts, it was time to throw a party and toast the launch of Edible Long Island.
A Natural Treasure and an American Classic.