02/06/19 12:23pm

Christian, left, and Robin Mueller with chef Wolfgang Ban, center, in August at Green Hill Kitchen, one of three neighboring restaurants being operated by the group. (Credit: Grant Parpan)

The former Deep Water Bar & Grille in Greenport is being transformed into a “higher-end” seafood restaurant that will boast year-round water views. The soon-to-be-named restaurant located at the corner of Front Street is currently under renovation and is slated to open in the coming weeks. (more…)

02/02/18 5:43am

Fish and chips at Greenport Harbor Brewing Company. (Credit: Krysten Massa)

It takes stamina to get through February. Months of cold, dark days have left us wistful for summer and craving soul-warming bites to fuel us through to spring. North Fork chefs get it. (more…)

04/21/17 6:01am
Credit: Madison Fender

A man on a bike in Ninh Binh, Vietnam. (Credit: Madison Fender)

Greenport photographer and northforker contributor Madison Fender will show off photographs from her recent trek through Southeast Asia in an exhibit at Industry Standard this month.

There will be a kickoff party at the restaurant on Tuesday, April 25 from 5 to 8 p.m. The photos will remain on display for one month. The party is open to the public and is free to attend. (more…)

07/11/16 7:00pm
Industry Standard in Greenport. (Credit: Facebook)

Industry Standard in Greenport. (Credit: Facebook)

If you ask any of my friends from Long Island, I am the least “Manhattan” or “Brooklyn hipster” in our group.  While a majority of them fled the island after college to move into a brownstone in Williamsburg or a three-bedroom converted studio on the Upper East Side, I decided to settle in Connecticut after college.

I think I’m just too soft for the city.  I get lost trying to find my way out of Penn Station, and when I finally make it above ground, I spend most of the time apologizing to each person I bump into on the street. But this doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy the Brooklyn scene, which is why in some respects it bums me out that I’ve only been to the city once in the past year.

So imagine my surprise the first time I walked into Industry Standard, which encompasses many of the “hip” aspects that the bars in contemporary Brooklyn have become renowned for but in the comfort of Greenport.  (more…)