There is a new way to cruise around Shelter Island this summer.
Part surfboard, part hovercraft, the latest in water sports equipment called the Lift eFoil hit the market within the last year and is quickly catching on because of its ability to make riders feel as if they’re flying. (more…)
When it comes to summer on Shelter Island, The Pridwin’s Wednesday night cookouts are hard to beat. Not only do the grounds of the historic waterfront hotel boast sweeping sunset views over Peconic Bay, its weekly offering of live music and all-you-can-eat cookout menu is an unabashed mid-week escape. (more…)
House hunting can be tricky. Even with a healthy budget and worthy options, sometimes the perfect home doesn’t exist — until you build it, of course. At the exclusive 25-acre Pandion compound on Shelter Island, discerning buyers have the opportunity to make their dream home a reality. (more…)
The Tuscan Table during cocktail hour on Circle Lawn. (Credit: Elizabeth Wagner)
An evening of cocktails, canapés and specialty dishes sourced from historic Sylvester Manor, drew crowds to Shelter Island for a good cause.
The 8th annual Farm-to-Table Benefit was held Saturday to support the non-profit educational farm’s programs. The culinary experience kicked off with guests enjoying refreshing cocktails, locally sourced hors d’oeuvres and freshly made sushi and Tuscan favorites while overlooking Gardiners Creek. (more…)
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It may seem unlikely to turn to 12-square-mile Shelter Island for authentic Mexican food, but if you’re hankering for fresh south-of-the-border specialties after a long day paddle boarding or hiking through Mashomack Preserve, look no further than Maria’s Kitchen.