North Fork Shack owners Samy Sabil, left, and Ryan Flatley. (Credit: David Benthal)
W ith its close proximity to several popular Long Island Sound beaches, The North Fork Shack is an ideal location for takeout on a beach day.
Opened in 2016 by friends Ryan Flatley and Samy Sabil, who met while working at North Fork Table & Inn, the menu features fresh, local ingredients with lots of Mediterranean influence. (more…)
The NY Times made a recent visit to Shelter Island’s Ram’s Head Inn for brunch. (Credit: Courtesy photo)
What would you do if you only had 36 hours to spend on Shelter Island?
You definitely should grab a snack at
Stars Café before heading to dinner at The Tavern. The next day you should hit up the Havens farmers’ market as well as Marie Eiffel Market. The following morning, be sure to take an early hike at Mashomack Preserve before brunch at Ram’s Head Inn. (more…)
PeraBell Food Bar East co-owner John Peragine has said he thinks downtown Riverhead is on the brink of “something awesome.” And since its
June 2015 opening, the restaurant has become an integral part of the area’s mission to re-establish itself as a destination.
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Dawn Miller of Amazing Faces painting a flower on Miso Bang, who dressed as a lady bug for Halloween.
Storefront trick-or-treating, a jack-o-lantern contest and a nighttime parade down Main Street were among the highlights of Halloween Fest in downtown Riverhead Saturday.
The NOFO State of Mind contest is sponsored by northforker and WEHM Radio (“Sponsors”).
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