1463 Northville Turnpike, 2019, photograph on aluminum, 24 x 36 in. (Credit: Stephen Capozzoli)
A new multi-location artist exhibition is encouraging people to depart from their usual route to get a new perspective on the art being created on the East End.
Aptly entitled “Detour,” the exhibit showcases the paintings, sculptures and photographs of 13 East End artists at three locations in Riverhead and Southold. The show, presented by East End Arts in Riverhead, gives insight into the divergent forms, techniques and routes each artist takes to arrive at their finished work. The pieces are reflections and interpretations of the environment and surroundings of the East End. (more…)
This North Fork Dream Home combines high style and function in 3,300 square feet of domestic bliss.
Located in a private community in Mattituck, this waterfront home boasts stunning views and a modern, open floor plan that maintains a touch of traditionalism with grand defined spaces, such as the formal dining room and main floor study. (more…)
Wine and small plates restaurant Basso has found a new home in East Marion for the summer. The Italian market, best known for its selection of wines and tapas, is popping up at The Blue Inn with a new, expanded menu akin to a roadside clam shack. (more…)
Russell McAleavey and Sommer Constabile of Astoria at Chowderfest. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
The annual New Suffolk Chowderfest is returning to the waterfront Memorial Day weekend. Now in its 11th year, the family-friendly event hosted by the New Suffolk Waterfront Fund draws hundreds to the small hamlet to kick off the summer season.
“We’ll have 35 gallons of chowder this year,” said New Suffolk Waterfront Fund chair Patty Lowry. “Everyone can enjoy it while taking in the most beautiful water views on the North Fork.” (more…)
Chef Steven Brower in the kitchen at East on Main in Mattituck. (Credit: Cyndi Zaweski)
With a menu of fried mac n’ cheese, smothered baby back ribs and s’mores, East on Main has established its comfort food prowess since opening its doors in Mattituck last fall. Now, the Main Road restaurant is taking its signature home-style cuisine up a notch with new chef Steven Brower. (more…)
A scene from the Cutchogue garden of Arnold and Karen Blair. (Credit: David Benthal)
Each year, The Garden Conservancy’s Open Days program gives the public a rare opportunity to step inside the most beautiful designed landscapes on the North Fork. The stops on these self-guided tours are at the private homes of master gardeners who encourage guests to wander the grounds and ask questions to inspire their own plantings. (more…)
Susan Hansen Fasano and Laura Hansen in their Main Road shop on Monday. (Credit: Cyndi Zaweski)
Vintage furniture and home goods shop Pearl Cottage is returning to Southold for an extended stay. Specializing in a mix of old and new with decidedly “creamy and dreamy” aesthetic with modern Scandinavian influences, the new Main Road shop is currently undergoing renovations ahead of a planned Memorial Day opening.
If the name rings a bell, it might be because Pearl Cottage first made its North Fork debut in the fall of 2016, in the form of a pop-up shop at the former Reichert Family Center on the Main Road in Southold. Though it only lasted a couple months, owners and sisters Laura Hansen and Susan Hansen Fasano had a feeling they’d be bringing the business back.
“We immediately fell in love with the area,” Susan said. “It is a warm, friendly community. We knew we wanted to come back.” (more…)