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International Food Fridays @ Noah’s: Thailand!

noah’s is celebrating International Food Fridays through May 2.

Taste a new country’s cuisine each Friday. Tonight, savor Thailand.

Diners can choose from four to five different Chinese dishes in addition to the regular menu. Prices for these small plates will range from $5 to $19.

Don’t miss the last stop in the culinary world tour:  May 2-5, Mexico, in celebration of Cinco de Mayo

International Food Fridays @ Noah’s: Japan!

noah’s is celebrating International Food Fridays through Friday, May 5.

Taste a new country’s cuisine each Friday. Tonight, savor Japan.

Diners can choose from four to five different Japanese dishes in addition to the regular menu. Prices for these small plates will range from $5 to $19.

The rest of the culinary world tour follows:

April 25, Thailand

May 2-5, Mexico, in celebration of Cinco de Mayo

International Food Fridays @ Noah’s: China!

noah’s is celebrating International Food Fridays through Friday, May 5.

Taste a new country’s cuisine each Friday. Tonight, savor China.

Diners can choose from four to five different Chinese dishes in addition to the regular menu. Prices for these small plates will range from $5 to $19.

The rest of the culinary world tour follows:

April 18, Japan

April 25, Thailand

May 2-5, Mexico, in celebration of Cinco de Mayo

International Food Fridays @ Noah’s: Nepal!

noah’s will begin celebrating International Food Fridays from Friday, April 4 to Friday, May 5.

Taste a new country’s cuisine each Friday. Tonight, savor Nepal.

Diners can choose from four to five different Nepalese dishes in addition to the regular menu. Prices for these small plates will range from $5 to $19.

The rest of the culinary world tour follows:

April 11, China

April 18, Japan

April 25, Thailand

May 2-5, Mexico, in celebration of Cinco de Mayo

Winemakers’ Sunday at Noah’s

Five course tasting menu paired with local wines; this week features McCall Wines.

Prix Fixe $75 plus tax and gratuity; seating in a private dining room.

Reservations strongly recommended.

Dan’s Taste of Two Forks – We Thank You !

Guests of Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast are drawn to the North Fork of Long Island, and this particular small section of it in particular, as much for the outstanding restaurants as the many excellent wineries and farm fresh produce. In featuring many of them in the annual event  Dan’s Taste of Two Fork’s has become a landmark  happening for the community and a showcase for the culinary genius of top chefs from NYC to the very eastern tip of Long Island. This year the event was hosted by Bobby Flay and located in Sayre Park in Bridgehampton. We want to show our support by mentioning in our blog our hometown Chefs from the villages of Southold and the nearby Greenport, where my friends and fellow BnB owners can be found on many an evening enjoying the wonderful fair they offer in their outstanding restaurants.

NOAH’S (Greenport, NY):  One of my favorites, and famous for their small plates and raw bar, Chef Noah Schwartz created crabbed stuffed devil eggs for Taste of Two Forks.

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Chef Keith Luce. Photo Courtesy of Dan’s Taste of Two Forks

MAIN at The Square (Greenport, N.Y): Chef Keith Luce served NoFo’ Duckling Summer Rolls!

NORTH FORK TABLE & INN (Southold, NY): Top rated by Zagat and one of the jewel’s of Southold, The North Fork Table and Inn’s chef, Gerry Hayden prepared Rock Shrimp Ceviche!

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North Fork Table & Inn. Photo courtesy of Dan’s Taste of Two Forks

FIRST AND SOUTH (Greenport, NY): Chef Taylor Knapp created Chocolate Covered Pork Rinds!

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First and South Chocolate Pork Rinds. Photo Courtesy of First and South

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLD MILL INN (Mattituck, NY): Old Mill Inn offered Mini-Mango/Jalapeno Cornbread Crabcakes w/Lemon Caper Sauce!

THE FRISKY OYSTER (Greenport,NY): Another favorite of mine (every guest I send there is thrilled) Chef Robby Beaver served Oyster’s Friskafella! Of Course!

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Bobby Flay and Chef Robby Beaver. Photo Courtesy of Frisky Oyster

 

Aside from the restaurants and extremely talented Chefs who participated, many of our local vineyards were also present serving wine! They Included: Castello di BorgheseJamesport VineyardsLenz WineryLIEB CellarsMacari VineyardsMartha Clara VineyardsMattebella VineyardsOne Woman WineryPalmer Vineyards, Pindar,   RaphaelScarola VineyardsSherwood House VineyardsSparkling Pointe Vineyards & WinerySuhru WinesWaters Crest Winery

 

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