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News for Foodies, 09.30.21

Mon, 09/27/2021 - 11:08
Barrel rolling, along with grape stomping, is a popular and traditional feature of Wolffer Estate Vineyard's annual harvest party.
Via Wolffer Estate Vineyard

Brunch on Main
Main Street Tavern in Amagansett is now offering brunch from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays. The menu includes ricotta toast with squash, pumpkin seeds, maple, and sage; brioche French toast, spicy chicken and waffles with bourbon honey, and grilled hanger steak with fingerling potatoes and sunny-side-up eggs. The restaurant also has game day specials on Sundays. Vegetarian nachos cost $20, nachos with either brisket or chicken are $30, and a pitcher of beer is $20. 

In Sagaponack
Wolffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack will hold a harvest party with food, wines and ciders, live music, and games, as well as the traditional grape stomping and barrel rolling, from noon to 4:30 p.m. on Oct. 9. Tickets are $165 for people 21 and over, $85 for those between 3 and 20, and free for those under 3. They are available on eventbrite.com. No tickets will be sold on-site.

Sagaponack Farm Distillery's spirits won several awards at competitions this summer. At the annual Finger Lakes International Wine and Spirits Competition, the brand's cucumber vodka and aquavit won double gold (an honor that requires a unanimous decision by judges), and its gin won gold. The aquavit also won a gold medal at the American Distilling Institute Craft Spirits Awards, and the cucumber vodka earned a bronze. 


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