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Long Island Restaurant Week on the East End’s North Fork

There is still time this weekend to sample some of the great restaurants we have on the North Fork of Long Island during Long Island Restaurant week which ends on Sunday September 14th. Below is a list of participating restaurants and with a stay at Shorecrest this weekend you will receive either a 10 percent discount on a two night reservation or a ‘Welcome Picnic’, with local wine, cheese and something sweet. A stay at the Shorecrest also includes our Winery Discount card, which entitles you to free tastings and/or discounts to 24 local wineries.
Shorecrest, with our unique location overlooking the Long Island Sound, our own private beaches, within two to twenty minutes of almost fifty wineries and a short drive to Greenport and Southold villages is the place to stay on the North Fork of long Island.

To view a map of the North Fork showing the location of Shorecrest and a complete list with map of vineyards, restaurants, farm stands, sports, entertainment, nature preserves and other attractions in the area, please visit the ‘area attractions’ page of our website. To book your room visit our Reservation Calendar or call 631 765 1570.

Shorecrest is proud to announce that we have just been awarded the Certificate of Excellence from Trip Advisor. We want to thank our former guests for posting the reviews that earned us this award, it means a lot to us!

East End Restaurants participating in Long Island Restaurant week

Greenport

Noahs  (631) 477-6720

Scrimshaw Restaurant (631) 477-8882

Vine/First Street Restaurant (631) 477-6238

Jamesport

Jamesport Manor Inn  (631) 722-0500

Jedediah Hawkins Inn  (631) 722-2900

Mattituck: A Mano  (631) 298-4800

New Suffolk: Legends Restaurant  (631) 734-5123

Sag Harbor:

Lt Burger in the Harbor (631) 899-4646

Oasis Waterfront Restaurant  (631) 725-7110

Phao (631) 725-0101

 

EAT. DRINK. LOCAL.

Long Island Food and Wine Festival.

Chefs and vintners are banding together to get the word out about the area’s delicacies before the tourist season hits full swing.

The Long Island Wine & Food Festival will celebrate a world class wine region! A premier travel destination on the East End of Long Island, the North Fork delivers remarkable cuisine, boutique wineries, craft beer, and quaint accommodations. Festival guests have the opportunity to learn about local flavors, tastes, sights and smells of Long Island’s wine country.

Meet local and celebrity chefs. Enjoy local wines and fare. Experience the rural character of Long Island’s North Fork.

The three-day festival kicks off with an exclusive cocktail reception on June 25th. On Saturday, June 26th, be sure to keep your glass full while experiencing the wines, food, and activities that our 41 wineries will offer. The festival culminates Sunday, June 27th with a Grand Tasting in the historic village of Greenport, a working seaport since the 18th century.

It is sure to be a weekend to remember!

The New York Times had a great article here

See the full schedule here to find out whats going on at the wineries.

Foodies on the North Fork of Long Island

I went to see the movie ‘Julie and Julia’ last night and was inspired to eat, cook, and Blog!  So first things first, I went straight from the movie theatre to the Love Lane Kitchen in Mattituck and it was fabulous.  I enjoyed Lamb chops with charred eggplant and tomatoes which was perfectly cooked, and ordered a glass of Primitivo, an Italian red wine.  Just divine!  Their menu changes weekly, but you are sure to always enjoy it.

Upon returning home, I immediately started to prepare breakfast for the next morning.  Being inspired, the first savory entree was a custardy egg, cheese, and Canadian bacon concoction that Julia would have been proud of!  My sweet entrée which I prepared was oven baked French toast with caramelized apples.  Both recipes have to be refrigerated overnight before baking the next morning.  Delicious and convenient when you are a busy Innkeeper!

Breakfast recipes and gardening pages will soon be on the Blog, so stay tuned.

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