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The private home of local designer Connie Cross was part of the Cutchogue Holiday House Tour. (Credit: Danielle Doll)
The private home of local designer Connie Cross was part of the Cutchogue Holiday House Tour. (Credit: Danielle Doll)

The Cutchogue Holiday House Tour, where inns, restaurants, wineries and private homes decked in holiday decor are opened to the public, will return this year.

Each location on the tour will pair with a local winery, restaurant or business to offer wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres and desserts for guests. There will also be drop off spots for Toys for Tots, the U.S. Marine Corps’ annual toy drive, located along the tour.

The event will end with a tree lighting 4:30 p.m. on the Cutchogue New Suffolk Historical Council grounds. A portion of the proceeds will benefit both the Cutchogue New Suffolk Historical Council and North Fork Family Counseling.

READ OUR ACCOUNT AND SEE PHOTOS OF LAST YEAR’S TOUR

The self-guided tour runs 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Saturday, December 6. Tickets are $75 each and can be purchased here or by calling (631) 734-8539.

That’s not all that is going on the state’s sunniest hamlet this season.

We reported last week the North Fork Designer Show House, a collaboration of local designers and one of the stops on the Cutchogue tour, will return with a holiday edition this season and will be featured on the tour.

This year’s stops on the Cutchogue Holiday House Tour will include the following locations: the private cottage of Conni Cross; Touch of Venice restaurant; Castello Di Borghese VineyardSannino Vineyard Bed and Breakfast; Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard; Creative Courses Catering; Shades of Gray Cottage; Michelangelo’s; Rolling in DoughMacari VineyardsThe Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast and BarnBraun Seafood Co.Lieb CellarsCutchogue New Suffolk Historical CouncilSanta’s Christmas Tree Farm8 Hands Farm; and the Christmas Show House and Best of North Fork Emporium.

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