03/03/16 10:00am
Oysterponds Historical Society's headquarters in Orient. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)

Oysterponds Historical Society’s headquarters in Orient. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)

Foodies have been beating a path to the door of Houseman Restaurant on Manhattan Greenwich Street, which is owned by chef and part-time Orient resident Ned Baldwin, since it opened last year. And in that time it has earned flattering write-ups from The New York Times, Saveur and New York Magazine.

So with its East End connection it seemed the perfect place to host a benefit for Oysterponds Historical Society next month. Photographer and Orient resident EJ Camp, a member of  Oysterponds Historical Society, will chair the April 5 benefit dinner. (more…)

10/01/12 6:41pm

Saveur, a New York City-based gourmet food magazine, recently published a list of “nine great Long Island wines.”

The Island’s North and South Forks, where the vineyards are, benefit from sea breezes that keep temperatures moderate, protecting grapes from late frost and overripening, the article reads.

Chosen among the wines are bottles from Paumanok, Shinn Estate, Palmer, Lenz, Macari, Bedell, Wolffer Estate, Anthony Nappa and Channing Daughters.

The piece includes a quote from Mike Mraz of North Fork Table and Inn in Southold.

Read the full article by clicking here