Get ready to enjoy dishes smoked and roasted over the burning wood of North Fork grape vine clippings.
The buds have broken on the North Fork and the 2017 vintage is officially underway! (more…)
Jamesport’s newest breakfast spot will now start serving dinner, too.
Main Road Biscuit Co. will begin serving dinner on Thursdays from 5 to 8 p.m. and Fridays from 5 to 9 p.m. (more…)
Preparing local duck from Crescent Farms or sautéed asparagus from Bay View Market and Farms calls for the proper cookware.
Enter Chef Fran’s Kitchenware, a new store set to open in Jamesport’s downtown area Friday, April 14. (more…)
A former potato farm on Sound Avenue has been proposed as the site of Long Island’s first “farm to pint” brewery, with most ingredients used in the beer-making process to be grown on site.
The project, which has been dubbed Jamesport Farm Brewery and calls for the creation of a brewery and tasting room in an existing 3,200-square-foot barn, is located on 43 acres on the southern side of Sound Avenue, between Manor and Herricks lanes in Jamesport.
A farm property dating back to 1840 that was added to the National Register of Historic Places two years ago is now being proposed as the site of a retail wine shop in Jamesport.
Jayna Corlito of Hampton Bays purchased the former Daniel and Henry P. Tuthill farm at the northeast corner of Main Road and Tuthills Lane in 2013 with the goal of opening a retail wine store there.
“It was just something I always wanted to do,” she said. “Just from traveling. I went to Italy a bunch of times and I just loved the feeling of the wine shops there, and I loved the concept of being able to go somewhere that was casual but historic, and having it be an experience of learning about the wines.” (more…)
Miamogue Point and South Jamesport Beach are both located south of Peconic Bay Boulevard. The two beaches are featured in this week’s edition of northforker’s “One Minute on the North Fork” series.
Jamesport, the tiny North Fork hamlet between Aquebogue and Laurel, features several vineyards, a quaint downtown and a growing dining scene. And its southern beaches are truly breathtaking.
Spend a minute with us on the Peconic Bay shoreline. The above footage was filmed by our staff visual journalist Krysten Massa on the morning of Saturday, February 4. (more…)