This summer, the North Fork is a canvas of photogenic dessert plates. With an abundance of local, fresh ingredients by talented purveyors, it is no surprise that restaurant chefs have gone above and beyond creating photogenic, edible masterpieces. Cameras and smartphones will be out and ready even before you grab your spoon and fork.
Make your Instagram followers swoon with these six Instagram worthy desserts created by notable chefs of the North Fork and Shelter Island. (more…)
As a major winter storm is preparing to bear down on the East End, here’s something that came across our desk that cheered us up a bit.
The Winter Painkiller is a hot cocktail now being served up at Red Maple, the cozy new American restaurant and bar at The Chequit on Shelter Island.
The inspiration for The Winter Painkiller comes from David Bowd, CEO of Salt Hotels (owners of The Chequit) and one of his favorite concoctions, the Painkiller. (more…)
Shelter Island is more than a charming, boring version of the Hamptons, a bucolic identity that travel writers have stuck on it. The island has welcomed visitors for two centuries with a contrariness that comes with being able to roll up the gangplanks every night and let the rest of the world go to hell. There’s a lot here, especially for people willing to bike or float, and a long summer day is enough time to get a taste. (more…)
Here are a few places to check out on the North Fork and Shelter Island for Easter brunch.
After just opening this past summer, Red Maple restaurant at the Chequit Inn has introduced its new fall menu showcasing heartier fall foods.
“The team has worked very hard on the new menu and the feedback has been incredible,” said co-owner David Bowd, who along with Kevin O’Shea also owns two inns on Cape Cod. “We’re very excited.”