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Spectacular Dining for a Great Cause

A collaborative effort between The North Fork Table & Inn, renowned Long Island chefs, local farmers and important community businesses to raise money for ALS Research and Quality of Life care for chef Gerry Hayden.

Featured chefs include:

Lia Fallon, The Riverhead Project

Claudia Fleming & Gerry Hayden, The North Fork Table & Inn

Terry Harwood, Blue Canoe and Vine Street Café

Keith Luce, The Square

Sam McCleland, The Beacon and Bell & Anchor

Michael Meehan, H2O Seafood Grill

Christian Mir, Stone Creek Inn

Joseph Realmuto, Nick & Toni’s

Guy Reuge, Mirabelle

Tom Schaudel, ALure and aMano

John Ross

Featured provisions include: Browder’s Birds, Catapano Dairy, Deep Roots Farm, 8 Hands Farm, Invincible Summer Farms, Mar-Gene Farms, McCall Ranch, Oysterpond Farms, Race Rock Oysters and A Taste of the North Fork.

The dinner will be preceded by a wine and amuse bouche tasting. Tickets cost $250 each, only 200 will be sold, and may be purchased at www.aloveshared.com.

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.

Oktoberfest at tRP

Oktoberfest craft beer paired with a four course German meal served family style, hosted by brewmeister Terrance Daly

 

North Fork Area Updates & Upcoming Events

We wanted to keep our guests informed about some of the new places popping up on the North Fork. The summer season brings the North fork to life. Here are some big updates & upcoming events.

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 Kontokosta Winery: Kontokosta is Greenport’s first winery and the only winery on the North Fork that is actually on the Sound. You can see the Sound from the tasting room. If you feel so inclined you can even walk to the endge of the bluff and look out onto the beach and the Sound. It is trully a relaxing and beautiful way to drink wine. We are so happy to welcome them to the North Fork. Aside the the view the entire building is made from repurposed materials and runs on wind power!

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Shelter Island BBQ @ The Pridwin: Every Wednesday night until Labor Day the Pridwin hosts a BBQ Cookout like no other. They feature live music and an all-you-can-eat cookout menu. You can take the Shelter Island Ferry over or go by boat because they have dock space but it is first come, first serve. If you plan on going just call ahead so there’s enough food for everyone! (631-749-0476)

 

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Moonlight Mondays & Twilight Tuesdays @ Corey Creek Vineyard: It’s a great feeling when you don’t have to leave the vineyard at 5PM or you can actually stop by a vineyard after work. Corey Creek Winery offers two late nights during the week of great food & Live music til’ 9PM. They have a BBQ by Custom Caterers on Monday and a rotating food truck on Tuesdays.

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Provisons + Ingredients & The Winemaker’s Studio: This little shop is a must visit located next to The Winemaker’s Studio (also a must visit). Stock up on locally grown foods, meats & cheeses to take home with you. After you’re done stocking up for the summer wander next door to The Winemaker’s Studio by Anthony Nappa Wines and try out some exquisite local wines created by local winemakers & vineyards.

 

Bed and Breakfast and Beach, Oh My!

Roll up, roll up! Shorecrest, the only BandB with not just one but TWO private beaches has an offer you won’t want to miss through May 16th 2013.

Our ‘ May Getaway’ two night special for $499 includes $20 gift certificate towards dinner for 2, complimentary discount card to 24 local wineries with free bottle to take home, plus exclusive use of our two private beaches, one on the Long Island Sound and the other on the inlet. Add a massage for our special May Getaway rate of $100 per person. View the map on our website under the ‘Area Attractions’ tab to see how conveniently we are located for wineries, villages and ferries – as well as the beach!

To book, visit our online reservation calendar; choose your arrival date (through May 16th) and select any 2 nights in the drop down menu.  Click ‘Specials and Packages’ to ‘Add’ your May Getaway pricing.

Unleash Your Inner Foodie during North Fork Restaurant Week

The time has come again for North Fork Restaurant Week, April 28th-May 5th 2013. This tradition that started in 2003 and has become a huge success out on the east End. Put all your pre summer diets on hold, you do not want to miss this week. Actually put everything on hold and take a couple days for yourself. Pack up the car, grab the girl or guy you love and head over to Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast for an amazing May getaway. There really isn’t a better time than restaurant week to come out and enjoy all the attractions the east end of Long Island has to offer.
There are many different restaurants participating in restaurant week this year. Here are a few:
The North Fork Table: Always offering a delicious spread of farm-to-table biodynamic and organic produce to create unforgettable dishes. The usual 3-course prix Fix menu is about $75 but during restaurant week they offer the Prix-Fix menu of $27.95. Amazing. Do not miss this, you will regret it! For more info check out their site:  http://www.nofoti.com/the-table
 
Jedidiah Hawkins – Another great example of using fresh farm-to-table grown produce and offering a wine and microbrew selection highlighting our lovely local industries. Jedidiah Tweets  “Join us April 28-May 5 for our $27.95 menu and bottles of wine.” For more information check out their site: http://www.jedediahhawkinsinn.com

Jamesport Manor Inn: A unique and interesting history paired along with an sophisticated execution of fine American Cuisine and pure artistry.  History buffs will have a field day as well as foodies. For more info check out the site: http://jamesportmanorinn.com

These restaurants are also participating in restaurant week and definitely “must-try” locations: A Mano Oysteria Oysteria & Wine Bar, Mattituck. Comtesse Therese Bistro, Aquebogue. La Maison Blanche, Shelter Island Heights. Noah’s, Greenport. Tweeds Restaurant & Buffalo Bar, Riverhead. A Lure Chowderhouse & Oysteria, Southold.

SHORECREST INN MAY SPECIAL:

Our ‘ May Getaway’ two night special for $499 includes $20 gift certificate towards dinner for 2, complimentary discount card to 24 local wineries with free bottle to take home, plus exclusive use of our two private beaches, one on the Long Island Sound and the other on the inlet. Add a massage for our special May Getaway rate of $100 per person. View the map on our website under the ‘Area Attractions’ tab to see how conveniently we are located for wineries, villages and ferries – as well as the beach!

Hamptons Restaurant Week

Join us in the Hamptons for the 10th annual Hamptons Restaurant Week extravaganza. The Hamptons Restaurant Week is presented by Long Island Restaurant & Marketing Hospitality Group and is focused on organizing and encouraging businesses on the East End of Long Island to provide bargain priced meals at some of areas top restaurants.

During Hamptons Restaurant Week, all participating restaurants will offer a three course prix fixe for $19.95 and/or $24.95 until closing, with the exception of Saturday evenings when the offer ends at 7pm.

While the East End of Long Island is famous for many things such as vacation destinations, wineries, golf courses and Bed & Breakfast Inns, it is also famous for its premier dining establishments.

Running from March 18th to March 25th visitors to Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast can visit one of many nearby restaurants for some of the finest dining in New York.

Participating Restaurants

  • Comtesse Therese Bistro (631) 779-2800
  • Touch of Venice Restaurant (631) 298-5851
  • noah’s (631) 477-6720
  • North Fork Oyster Company (631) 477-6840
  • Jamesport Country Kitchen (631) 722-3537
  • Jamesport Manor Inn (631) 722-0500
  • Legends Restaurant (631) 734-5123
  • Vine Street Cafe (631) 749-3210
  • La Maison Blanche (631) 749-1633
  • Bayview Inn & Restaurant (631) 722-2659
  • North Fork Table & Inn (631) 765-0177

Head to Shorecrest Bed & Breakfast Inn and find out why a getaway on the North Fork of Long Island to find out exactly why visitors continue to return season after season and year after year. Participating establishments will offer their own unique variety of a three-course prix fixe menu with the exclusion of Saturday evenings after 7pm. Some of the perks of Hamptons Restaurant Week include:

  • Restaurants will offer their course menus for either $19.95 and/or $24.95
  • Visitors to the participating establishments can try discounted bottles of wine from local vineyards for $19.95 or $24.95
  • Participating vineyards will offer tasting room discounts with up to 15% off of bottles of their select wines, 20% off cases, or a flight of five tasting wines for $5
  • The campaign also includes discounts at lodging properties and local vineyards

Greenport Holiday Festival on Long Island’s North Fork

The holiday season in the historic maritime village of Greenport, just 5 minutes drive from Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast in Southold began Saturday, November 27th with the arrival of Santa and the lighting of the holiday tree in Mitchell Park. Every weekend through to the New Year events are scheduled in the village for children and adults, including the opportunity for shopping, great dining (such as Noah’s and The Frisky Oyster) plus concerts, house tours, films, and much more for your entertainment.

The season culminates with a bang – literally – on New Year’s Eve with a party and celebration at the carousel in Mitchell Park, the traditional raising of the anchor, and spectacular fireworks over Greenport Harbor. For a complete list of events you can visit the Greenport Holiday Festival website and for photographs and more pictures, the Suffolk Times on line newspaper has a comprehensive spread on Greenport and the festival activities this week. Parade photo by Katharine Schroeder/Suffolk Times Review

Fireworks over the Harbor in Greenport

 

Visitors to Greenport and the North Fork discover a treasure trove of delights for all appetites; gifts for everyone on your list; decorations and gift wraps; antique stores and museum shops. All the villages along the length of Rout 25, one of the two east to west roads from Riverhead to Orient Point offer their own unique holiday festivities.

Each year the Southold Historical Society hosts a candlelight tour of the Historic District in December to coincide with the North Fork Bed and Breakfast Associations Holiday House Tour; also in Southold is the Custer Institute Observatory, which is open every Saturday evening for star gazing or catching the latest meteor shower. Southold is famous for its dark skies and lack of light pollution and star gazing is a favorite of Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast or rental house guests from our beach on the Long Island Sound.

Speaking of things to do on the North Fork during the holidays and winter, we cannot forget to mention the wineries and vineyards. Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast is making its own wine this year with Lisa and Anthony Sannino of Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard on Peconic Lane in Cutchogue, the only custom wine making facility on the North Fork of Long Island. We are just printing up our first label and hope to have some bottles ready to serve and gift in time for Christmas this year. Shorecrest and the other members of the North Fork Bed and Breakfast Association (NFBBA) also offer to our guests an exclusive winery discount card, with special offers on purchases and complimentary tastings at over 20 wineries.

So come along and enjoy the festivities during the holiday season; we are open for visitors Christmas day and the week between Christmas and New Year, and every weekend throughout the winter. We look forward to welcoming you to Shorecrest soon.

Wishing you a very happy holiday season and healthy and Successful New Year

Marilyn

Innkeeper and Manager, Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast and Property Management

Greenport Holiday Festival on Long Island’s North Fork

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