A cup of hot chocolate from Aldo’s Café in Greenport. (Credit: Vera Chinese)
Editor’s Note: A version of this story was originally published in January 2016
Think this isn’t a great time to visit the North Fork with little ones in tow? In reality, the lack of crowds, fun cold-weather activities and this season’s above-average temperatures make the region a perfect place to spend a winter weekend day with the fam.
Most of the farm stands are closed and the vines aren’t looking as pretty, but there are still many family-friendly ways to have a North Fork outing.
Here are four ways to pass the time with the kids on the NoFo this winter. (more…)
Riding the carousel at Mitchell Park. Credit: Randee Daddona, file)
It happened: Amid the chaos of childrearing, you somehow found yourself with a day free from errands, sports practices, birthday parties and other obligations. Now, however, you’re left wondering how to keep your family — not to mention yourself — entertained.
Northforker Kids has you covered. Plan your next day trip in the area by checking out the following boredom-busting suggestions. Whether your children are toddlers or tweens, these ideas are sure to keep them smiling. You’ll have fun, too! READ
Line dancers strut their stuff on the dance floor at The All-Star on Thursday night. (Paul Squire photos)
Live country music and bowling.
It’s not a combination you might expect to see at The All-Star on Route 25 in Riverhead, but it’s a surprisingly successful part of the bowling alley and restaurant’s newest lineup of weeknight entertainment. (more…)