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North Fork

  • Blogs

    July 24, 2014

    Meet Long Island Winemaker Russell Hearn (He Admits to Not Drinking Chardonnay)

    New Yorkers live in one of the greatest winemaking states of our nation, yet we lack the close bond to our local wine market that, say, San Franciscans have with Sonoma or Napa. In an effort to start a dialogue with the winemakers of our backyard and spotlight the delicious juice being made only a f ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 23, 2014

    Here's a Tasty Day Trip to Hastings-on-Hudson

    In this Summer Fridays series, we'll outline good eats in good locations just outside of New York City. If you're lucky enough to have summer Fridays at your place of work, consider this your road map to good eats off the beaten path. Although "the River Towns of Westchester" sounds like a place wh ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 21, 2014

    This Week's Top Four Happy Hour Specials

    Before heading out of town for Memorial Day weekend, toast your office buddies and those friends that never leave the city with a few cheap drinks. Here are four places to take into consideration.

  • Blogs

    March 4, 2014

    Bridge the Meat/Non-Meat Gap with Peter Berley's Flexitarian Cookbook Now in Paperback

    Publishers love to send us cookbooks here at Fork in the Road, and often those books come straight from the chefs at some of New York's best restaurants. So we decided to share the love, and each week, we'll feature a new book, a recipe, and a few thoughts on cooking from the authors. Check back eve ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 2, 2013

    Atsby Vermouth: Way More Than Just Martini Filler

    As a middle child, I tend to be particularly sensitive to the overlooked, the ignored, and the forgotten. With this in mind, I will cook with fennel when I'd prefer zucchini, shop at Marshall's when T.J. Maxx is around the corner, and most recently, jump at the opportunity to try out a new vermouth. ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 14, 2013

    A Vineyard Crawl in the North Fork

    Take advantage of the post-Halloween, pre-Thanksgiving lull in "pumpkin traffic" (how Long Island locals refer to day-trippers who jam up roads by the u-pick patches), and spend a day in the vineyards of the North Fork. The Fork starts just past Riverhead, and depending on traffic, entails an hour-a ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 29, 2013

    Announcing our Distillery Lineup for our Inaugural Holiday Spirits Event

    If you didn't catch Eve Turow's video interview with Jack from Brooklyn's Jackie Summers last week, now's a good time to go get caught up. And if you like what you see there--and you'd like to meet the maker and sample his wares--you might consider buying tickets for our inaugural Holiday Spirits ta ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 22, 2013

    Weekend Plans? Celebrate the End of Summer at Harvest East End on Saturday

    I feel sad about this, but we don't live in Maui, and there is no endless summer in our future (at least the immediate future--who knows about the long term with global warming). And even though we New Yorkers generally get to enjoy warm days until late October, when the weather turns like clockwork ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 28, 2013

    Pigs and Pies, Astor Wines & Spirits, Caribbean Food and Music Festival: What To Do This Weekend

    Time flies: June's coming to a close. Before you break out the swim trunks and head to the beach for the Fourth of July, here's a look at some activities you can do in the city this weekend without getting burned.

  • Blogs

    June 6, 2013

    Arthur on Smith's Joe Isidori Prefers Italian and Long Island Wines

    Food and wine are natural companions, so I'm polling some of New York's most illustrious chefs to find out what kind of wine they are drinking off and on the job. After establishing they actually drink wine (a surprising number prefer beer!), I'm asking a few questions to find out who's got a pencha ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 27, 2013

    Empire State of Wine: 10 Great Bottles from the Finger Lakes and Niagara Escarpment

    As spring continued dragging her feet last week, New Yorkers traipsed through snow flurries to drink wine. Nothing new there, except that the second annual NY Drinks NY was in town, offering imbibers a taste of local wines. I focused my efforts on the Finger Lakes and Niagara Escarpment, two regions ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 28, 2013

    Vermouth Got Awesome and Here's Where to Drink It in New York

    I peered into the liquor closet -- yes, I have a closet devoted to booze, not shoes -- and there it was: A dusty bottle of Martini & Rossi Vermouth that had been opened and left untouched for years. Since I don't drink many martinis at home -- what else was vermouth good for? -- I admit to neglectin ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 12, 2012

    Two Weeks After Sandy, Can Red Hook Winery Be Saved?

    A few weeks ago, I wrote about celebrating the new Brooklyn wine trail. Both Brooklyn Oenology and Brooklyn Winery, featured in the story, were relatively unscathed by Hurricane Sandy. But Red Hook Winery is located right over the water, nearly at the end of Pier 41, and the facility was completely ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 8, 2012

    Your Guide to Brooklyn's Wine Country

    Can't make it to Napa this week 'cause Jay-Z hitched a ride in your Gulfstream to his Barclays show? No worries, hit up Brooklyn, Hova's favorite borough, for an idyllic afternoon on the subway wine trail. Your chariots, the 5/G/L trains, let you have the drink without the drive -- can you name anot ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 17, 2012

    5 Best NY Rosés to Drink Right Now

    [See Previously: 10 Tips for Wine Rookies] As summer winds down (or up, depending on your plans), it's time to celebrate the pink drink that fuels fantasies of seaside, Provençal retreats. If I had a garden hose that spouted such watermelon-hued, berry bliss, I would fill a pool and host a fête. ... More >>

  • Blogs

    August 9, 2012

    10 Tips for Wine Rookies

    Welcome to Unscrewed, your weekly antidote to wine-related malaise. Allow me to introduce myself with a list: 10 of my best tips for revitalizing your personal wine program or becoming a better drinker. 1. Be curious. There is no shame in learning, only in pretending to know what you don't. 2. Or ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 19, 2012

    Bitchin' Kitchen's Nadia G Eats Vodka Pizza in New York, Thinks Meat is a Treat Part 1

    [See More Interviews: Runner and Stone's Head Baker Peter Endriss | North Fork Table & Inn's Gerry Hayden] You'd expect Nadia G to have a no-holds-barred, exuberant attitude that quite frankly might be a little intimidating, right? That she'd get down to the nitty gritty of an interview, throw a fe ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 18, 2012

    Q&A, Part 2: Runner and Stone's Peter Endriss on Brooklyn Flea, "Tart-tening" Up Bread, and NYC's Whole-Grain Movement

    [See More Interviews: North Fork Table & Inn's Gerry Hayden | Travis Post of Yunnan Kitchen] Yesterday, Peter Endriss told us about opening a permanent bakery in Gowanus, baking at Per Se, and working 35 hours a weekend. We follow up today with part two of our chat with the gifted baker. He shares ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 17, 2012

    Q&A, Part 1: Runner and Stone's Peter Endriss on Opening a Bakery in Gowanus, Baking at Per Se, and Working 35 Hours on a Weekend

    [See More Interviews: North Fork Table & Inn's Gerry Hayden | Travis Post of Yunnan Kitchen] It's easy to eat Runner and Stone's amber-hued pretzel absently, nibbling the thin crispy arms that cross over themselves, the soft curves of the bulbous tops flecked with salt, without contemplating the Ch ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 12, 2012

    Interview: North Fork Table & Inn's Gerry Hayden

    [See More Chef Interviews: Travis Post of Yunnan Kitchen | Dragonfly's Cornelius Gallagher] It's possible that the modest Long Island via Manhattan chef Gerry Hayden would cringe at the comparison to Blue Hill's Dan Barber. However, due to both individuals' devotion to local produce, community, and ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 21, 2012

    James Beard Foundation Announces Chef and Restaurant Semifinalists

    ​The James Beard Foundation has released a list of semifinalists for the 2012 James Beard Foundation Awards in various chef and restaurant categories. The nominees will be narrowed down on March 19, but in the meantime, check out which New York restaurants and bars have made it this far.

  • Dining

    August 17, 2011

    St. Anselm Finds Religion on the Grill

    A Williamsburg restaurant reopens and lights the gas

  • Blogs

    August 2, 2011

    Brooklyn Gets a New Vodka; Can Wine Protect You From Sunburn?

    ​Sean "Diddy" Combs' entourage was stopped by French customs for trying to bring too much of his Ciroc vodka into the country. [NY Post] A look at boxed wines found that offerings from Wineberry and From the Tank by Jenny & François Selections were best. [NY Times] Lucas Bols, the Dutch gen ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 6, 2011

    'Real Housewives' Rock the Hamptons! Underwear Boys Take Fire Island!

    ​Check out my oozily refreshing column in which I describe the latest sin-sational action in familiar summer getaways from Cherry Grove to Bridgehampton to the North Fork to my beloved apartment. They're all swarming, expensive, and positively broiling, but lots of fun--including my beloved a ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 2, 2011

    David Chang to Serve Duck, Titillate Trend Forecasters

    ​If you've been wondering what David Chang is planning to do with the recently vacated Milk Bar space, wonder no longer: it will become a shrine of sorts to waterfowl.

  • Blogs

    March 21, 2011

    The 2011 James Beard Award Finalists Are...

    ​Earlier this afternoon in Portland, OR, the James Beard Foundation announced the finalists for the 2011 James Beard Awards. So without further ado, the nominees, after the jump:

  • Blogs

    February 17, 2011

    James Beard Awards Restaurant and Chef Semifinalists Announced

    opentable.comThe product of blood, sweat, and tears​It's almost time for the Oscars. That is, the Oscars of the food world: the James Beard Foundation Awards. Today marked the announcement of the restaurant and chef semifinalists, who were chosen from a record 28,000 online entries. Finalists ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 7, 2009

    What to 'B' to Ivo & Lulu

    Every week or so in 'What to B When You BYOB' we ask a local wine store to recommend a few good wines under $20 to pair with the food at a nearby BYOB restaurant. This week, we talk to Jim Kuhner of Vestry Wines (65 Vestry Street) about what to bring to Franco-Caribbean neighborhood favorite Ivo & ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 16, 2008

    Mother and Child Reunion Curry

    Mother and Child Reunion Curry: I mixed my duck breast in at the end. But you should arrange it on top instead, so your duck skin stays crispy.We had some duck eggs from a wine-tasting and farm-stand-buying adventure to the North Fork of Long Island. I love duck eggs because of their creamy, lovely ... More >>

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