Don’t let the event’s city setting fool you; this event has plenty to offer Long Islanders.
This event will leave winos with absolutely nothing to whine about.
What better way to kick off 2018 than with a literal food (and wine) fest?
Long Island Cares estimates that there are over 300,000 L.I. locals who are in need of food each day. Here’s how you can personally work to change that.
Try it—and several other bagel-brewed beers—at Nothing Wasted, a charity event to fight food waste, this Thursday.
Join Edible’s own Alicia Valeo and Kevin Breslawski—and many of the island’s best brewers and chefs—at the Melville Marriot on November 30.
You get a pie. And you get a pie. And you get a pie, etc.
A call for locally sourced support from one of Edible’s own.
On Sunday, October 29, the restaurant will host a wine dinner to help hurricane relief efforts in the Virgin Islands.
‘Tis the season for plaid, pumpkins, and plenty of food festivals.
A local chef tells us about her favorite haunts.
CSAs have a lot more to offer than kale.