Chef Noah Schwartz takes his food on the road

Justin Schwartz sells his brother Noah's cuisine out of this 1964 camper. (Credit: Rachel young)

Justin Schwartz sells his brother Noah’s cuisine out of this 1964 camper. (Credit: Rachel Young)

If you live on the North Fork, you’ve probably heard of chef Noah Schwartz, who owns an eponymous New American restaurant in Greenport. But did you know his older brother, Justin, operates a food truck that sells his brother’s cuisine at local wineries and Greenport Harbor Brewing Company every Friday through Monday?

Launched this summer, Noah’s on the Road offers a rotating menu of items including blackened swordfish tacos and crispy risotto balls stuffed with Catapano Dairy Farm goat cheese, all prepared at Noah’s on Front Street in Greenport.

“Noah and I started talking about [getting a food truck] over the winter and we decided in early spring to actually go forward with it,” said Justin Schwartz, a surfer who lives in Long Beach.

“The vineyards don’t have functional kitchens and there was more demand to bring Noah’s to them,” he said. “A food truck made the most sense.”

You can find the truck, a 1964 Airstream, at Greenport Harbor Brewing Company in Peconic on Fridays from 2 p.m. through dusk and at Southold’s Corey Creek Vineyards Mondays from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

During the weekend, the truck makes varying stops at three different wineries: Lieb Cellars in Mattituck, Castello di Borghese in Cutchogue and Palmer Vineyards in Aquebogue. For more information about the truck’s schedule, email ontheroad@chefnoahs.com.

Tacos from Noah's on the Road. (Credit: Rachel Young)

A hanger steak taco and hoisin pork belly tacos from Noah’s on the Road. (Credit: Rachel Young)