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Come to the North Fork for a meal and you might be expecting one thing: fresh seafood. This northern tip of Long Island is home to fishermen, oyster beds, and the rich Peconic Bay
It’s a tale as old as time: You want to have friends over for Labor Day Weekend, but you don’t want to end up stuck in the kitchen all day.
Indoors or out, this is the time to be Out East. These products make long summer days at home just what the doctor ordered.
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They called it “red gold” – and they didn’t mean potatoes, ducks, shellfish or other agricultural products commonly associated with Long Island.
From fresh-from-the-Bay oysters to crunchy sourdough to lavender-flavored salts, the North Fork has everything you need (and more) when it comes to locally grown, sustainable food.
These beautiful ice pops are not only refreshing but a festive way to spruce up your dessert spread.
Each of these storied East End foodie institutions were once illegal speakeasies during Prohibition, procuring, distributing, and serving illegal liquor.
If you’re still not fully dining in restaurants — or if you just prefer to entertain at home for the biggest holidays of summer — you can lay back and let someone else do the dirty work.