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Back to Brunch at the Artists' Table

The realms of fine food and fine arts will come together once again at the Watermill Center, where the Artists' Table brunch series returns starting June 5. From noon to 2:30 p.m., a farm-to-table meal by Martine Abitbol, an acclaimed chef and restaurateur, will be the backdrop for private presentations by Rachel Dickstein, an Obie Award-winning theater director, and Tomashi Jackson, a multidisciplinary artist who is the 2021 recipient of the Watermill Center's Inga Maren Otto Fellowship.

May 20, 2021
Jerky With a Side of Ethics

With protein focused diets only increasing in popularity, where that protein sourced is becoming more important. A local producer of beef jerky is making sure his beef is coming from sustainable sources.

May 20, 2021
News for Foodies 05.20.21

New seasonal openings, menus, specials, bagel delivery, and more

May 20, 2021
Finding Expression Through Food

Heritage is as important to Kristina Felix Ibarra as expression, and she has found a way to incorporate both in her love of food. It may sound simple, but it's not. Like much in her life, it's actually quite complicated.

May 13, 2021
Female Chefs Rising

Mother’s Day has passed, but in its honor Hamptons Doc Fest is presenting “Her Name Is Chef,” a documentary about changing gender roles in restaurant kitchens, online through May 23.     

May 13, 2021
Instead of a Gala, Intimate Dinners for Bay Street

In celebration of its 30th anniversary, Bay Street Theater will hold a series of outdoor fund-raising dinners through the late spring and summer. Tracey Mitchell, the executive director, and her husband Blaze Makoid, an architect, will host one featuring a performance by Richard Kind, an actor, at 7 p.m. on June 10 (rain date June 11). The cost is $2,500 per person, and only 28 seats are available. 

May 13, 2021
News for Foodies 05.13.21

A "visionary" food and wine-centric benefit Guild Hall, new seasonal openings, and specials

May 13, 2021
East End Cowboy Sauces It Up

"It started in the backyard, as barbecue stories do," Jason Wagenheim said. "I've hosted barbecues for upwards of 50 to 60 people. They'd say, 'Jason, you should open a barbecue restaurant or bottle this sauce.' "

May 6, 2021
News for Foodies 05.06.21

Still more Mother's Day specials to celebrate our matriarchs this weekend and new openings to consider

May 6, 2021
Restrictions to Be Eased for Restaurants, Catered Events

Pandemic-related restrictions on restaurants, gyms, offices, casinos, and catered events, will be relaxed the coming weeks in New York, a direct result of improving Covid rates in the state, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Wednesday.

Apr 28, 2021
Golden Pear Marks 30 Years in East Hampton

On Monday, the Golden Pear Cafe marked 30 years on Newtown Lane in East Hampton.

Apr 26, 2021
News for Foodies 04.29.21

Food news in Montauk, Cinco de Mayo fiestas, specials galore, Mothers Day menus, new seasonal openings, and more

Apr 29, 2021