Farm Country Kitchen’s fire pits provide so much warmth, you’ll (almost) forget it’s winter. (Credit: Cyndi Zaweski)
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Farm Country Kitchen in Riverhead has a reputation for great food and breathtaking views of the Peconic River. The lawn is packed with hungry diners come summer, but in the winter the restaurant offers another unique way for patrons to enjoy the outdoors. When the nights get longer and the temperatures colder, Farm Country Kitchen lights the fire pits on its outdoor patio. (more…)
There are several spots across Riverhead where the Peconic River can be enjoyed in all its glory. Earlier this week we made stops along the way, from the Route 105 overpass to the downtown Riverfront to Grangebel Park to capture some of the river’s beauty.
One Minute on the North Fork is a weekly series showcasing the natural beauty of the North Fork. Each week we visit a specific area and share a series of nature shots.
Deciding on who makes the best wings on the North Fork is no easy task.
It ultimately comes down to the type of wings you crave, I suppose. Phil’s, for example, has a char-grilled take on Buffalo wings that’s hard not to like. If it’s something a little different you desire, the Crescent Farm duck wings at American Beech will not disappoint.
But when I think of wings in Riverhead or Southold towns, there’s one place that leaps to mind as a true classic, a legendary haunt for fried chicken, and that’s Spicy’s BBQ in Riverhead. (more…)