10/13/18 6:49am

Noah’s in Greenport.

Noah’s in Greenport is known for its innovative farm-to-table menu. Locally sourced small plates such as Crescent Farm duck BBQ and seasonal entrees like corn risotto keep diners coming back time and again to experience chef Noah Schwartz’ latest creations.

Starting next month, guests will have more reason to stop into the Front Street hot spot. The restaurant is rolling out a new guest chef series designed to give diners the farm fresh fare they expect with a twist. (more…)

07/02/18 5:55am

Joe Coleman and other mixologists walk us through how to make a perfect margarita at home. (Credit: David Benthal)

It’s hard to pinpoint the origin of the margarita. The tequila cocktail has been served in many forms, from frozen concoctions to a sickly sweet mix of heavy-handed triple sec.

But North Fork mixologists are here to tell you the perfect margarita is, in one word, simple — both in terms of ingredients and ease when it comes to mixing up a batch at home.  (more…)

06/20/18 5:55am

Guests enjoy the vineyard dinner at Bedell Cellars in Cutchogue Saturday. (Credit: Madison Fender)

Boasting one of the best winery views around, Bedell Cellars in Cutchogue provides a setting for weddings and other events desiring a certain ambience few places can match.

On Saturday it was the backdrop for something a little different: dinner.  (more…)

07/26/17 5:14pm

Marco Pellegrini, executive chef at Caci North Fork. The restuarant once again made Newsday’s list of the best Long Island restaurants. (Credit: Randee Daddona)

Five North Fork restaurants earned coveted spots on Newsday’s annual 100 “Top Long Island Restaurant” list it was revealed on Wednesday.

The list, reported by Newsday food writers Peter Gianotti, Erica Marcus, Corin Hirsch and Pervaiz Shallwani, includes ten entries from the the following ten divisions: bistro, sushi, seafood, cheap eats, fine dining, steak house, Chinese, Italian, Middle Eastern and Indian.

Unsurprisingly, two of the best seafood restaurants were in Southold — Southold Fish Market, as well as perennial favorite Noah’s. (more…)

06/27/17 6:08am

A dish prepared with kelp at noah’s restaurant in Greenport on Friday evening. (Credit: Courtesy Rory MacNish/Cornell Cooperative Extension)

Making long, slippery ribbons of sugar kelp — a type of brown seaweed that grows wherever land and cold oceanic waters meet — taste delicious may sound like an uphill battle, but you’d never have guessed it from the buzz in the back room at Noah’s in Greenport last Friday evening.

There, 42 open-minded diners were primed to enjoy the first kelp harvest of Cornell Cooperative Extension Marine Program’s pilot Peconic Estuary Seaweed Aquaculture feasibility study, funded in part by Suffolk County and managed by Stephen Schott, marine botany/habitat restoration educator for CCE. (more…)