The North Fork has no shortage of bars–restaurant bars, wine bars, shot-and-a-beer bars–but only Brix and Rye, on Stirling Square in Greenport, serves classic cocktails and fantastic wood-fired pizza. Cocktails and pizza might seem like strange bedfellows, but as it happens, the two are a perfect match.
Real estate is not a part time job for me…it’s my life and I absolutely love it! It definitely takes a certain type of personality to be successful in this business. I could never work a 9-5. I …
Martha Clara Vineyard runs events throughout the off-season. Just one example is a 21 and older evening concert series that starts in January and ends in April, this year Saturday April 4. These shows usually sell out, so buy tickets early.
First settled in the 1690s, the hamlet of Jamesport was originally called Aquebogue, then renamed Lower Aquebogue when Upper Aquebogue was established further west. In 1833, James Tuthill settled in Lower Aquebogue and soon after it was named Jamesport. Meanwhile Upper Aquebogue was called just Aquebogue.
Peonies. Maybe you’ve never heard of them. Maybe your grandmother grew them. But if you don’t have them in your landscape or flower garden, take another look. They bloom for just a few weeks in spring, but oh, what flowers! Big, round, sumptuous balls of wide petals in so many shades of red, rose, pink and white, with a beguiling sweet fragrance. They rule the garden, and they make wonderful cut flowers, too.
Founded in 1983, the Peconic Land Trust conserves Long Island’s working farms, natural lands, and heritage for our communities now and in the future. As such, farmland protection is an important part of the Trust’s mission.
87 acre North Fork farm and vineyard with 859 waterfront feet on the Long Island Sound. Half of acreage planted in mature vines producing top quality pinot noir, merlot and chardonnay grapes. Development rights completely intact allowing for family compound, estate farm lots or your own personal design.