The 10th annual Lieb Cellars Oysterfest was held on Sunday. (Credit: Vera Chinese photos)
The 10th annual Lieb Cellars Oysterfest was held on Sunday and scores of people visited the winery’s Mattituck tasting room for some fine wine and fresh shellfish.
Local oyster farmers Harvest Moon Shellfish Co., Pipe’s Cove, Lucky 13, and Race Rock were on hand shucking fresh oysters.
Touch of Venice, Noah’s, First and South, Claudio’s and Waterside Caterers were there and vendors like Miss Lady Root Beer, Ginger Goods, Boats and Oats granola bars and local artist Patience Pollack were also on hand. Cass Dillon and friends provided live music, with an appearance by The Dirty Apostles.
See photos from the event below.
Lia Velys of Flanders and Rich Kulesa of Wading River.
Mother and daughter Christine and Barbara Tangel of the Upper East Side and St. James, respectively.
Teresa Evans of St. James and Karen Kujawski of Farmingville.
Cathy Hughes of Mattituck and Vinny Ormando of North Massapequa.
Sasha Smith and Matilda.
Seven month old Matilda Smith is spending the summer in Mattituck.
Nathan Smith and his mother-in-law Karina Portnova. The family is staying in Mattituck for the summer.
Lori Kort of Garden City and her children Finn, 3, and Ruthann, 4.
Nicastro of The Dirty Apostles.
Joe DiScala and Steve Evans of St. James.
Chris and Kristen Raffetto of Levittown.
Chef Noah Schwartz of Noah’s in Greenport and Darline Duffy of Pipe’s Cove Oysters.
Robin Muncayo and Walter Muncayo (right) of Ronkonkoma and Christine and Joseph Formanto of Glendale, Queens.
Katharine Hein of Centerport, Richard Quaglio of Lindenhurst and Susan Bellatoni of Long Beach.