Ghosts are good for business. There is no doubt about it, and writing about ghosts and food is definitely my forte. Through my Ghosts of Long Island books, I have written about and investigated more than 60 haunted locales on Long Island, many of them restaurants.
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.
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.
Five years ago, Michael and Kurt Bohlsen, owners of the Bohlsen Restaurant Group, began an annual grassroots fund-raising campaign at their restaurants, supporting local breast cancer coalitions: “Eat, Drink and Think Pink.”
Besito is known for its kicking margaritas, tableside guacamole-making and high-end interpretations of Mexican cuisine. But it is also the sponsor of the school kitchen in Clavellinas.
Long Island restaurateur celebrates his Mexican culture.
The Shack opens “unofficially” on Memorial Day, and usually operates until October 15. “Uncle Sam to Christopher Columbus,” says one staffer. It features an eclectic menu of traditional seafood entrées, fried snacks, salads and dressed up nouveau cuisine.
Enjoy the clams and please don’t rev your engines.
H2O’s executive chef, Michael Meehan, and beverage director, Paulo Villela, go together like peas and carrots, err…Shinnecock wild striped bass and Sherwood House merlot.
On sunny summer days, parking is at a premium on the narrow strip owner Mace Colodny refers to as “the tavern on the gravel.”
Graceful Rose at 154 West Broadway in Port Jefferson will open their outdoor patio, The Rose Garden, on Saturday, June 29.
Introducing “Shoregasboard”, Long Beach’s new summer food truck market.