Long Island Winterfest – “Jazz on the Vine” features over 60 free jazz performances in winery tasting rooms every weekend afternoon over a six-week period. Winterfest also includes great special offers at inns B&Bs restaurants and many other businesses across the East End of Long Island.
You are invited to attend the annual ilili Lamb Roast at Paumanok Vineyards on Long Island. It’s an elegant sit-down dinner with Mediterranean influences — served family style (shared platters) — and accompanied by Paumanok wines. For menu details please click the “More Info” link shown below. We hope you can join us for what should be a wonderful delicious summer barbecue. Sincerely The Massoud Family
The Great Chefs Dinner is a fundraiser that brings together the top culinary names of Long Island’s East End. Enjoy local bounty from top East End chefs fine wine and a silent auction. The annual event celebrates the legacy of Jeff Salaway a widely respected and beloved restaurateur and a co-founder of Hayground School. Proceeds benefit Hayground School’s Jeff’s Kitchen and the Jeff Salaway Scholarship Fund. For details about the next Great Chef’s Dinner please click the link below.
The Annual Long Island Restaurant Week is eight-day promotion featuring a special prix fixe dinner offered by all restaurant participants. The idea is simple: for eight days Sunday to Sunday all participating restaurants offer a three-course prix fixe for $24.95 all night except Saturday when it will be offered only until 7 p.m. Each restaurant offers their own unique menu.
While away a warm summer day with a grand tasting of the highly-acclaimed Connecticut wines at the Connecticut Wine Festival Enjoy gourmet fare great music and a fabulous al fresco arts & crafts show at the Farmington Polo Grounds just west of Hartford. 15 boutique Connecticut wineries will showcase their award-winning artisan wines at the festival. 152 Farm Town Road Farmington CT 06032. Visit http://www.connecticutwinefestival.org or call 866-877-3343 for details.
Since 1985 A Taste of The Litchfield Hills has attracted thousands of guests to the state\’s oldest winery for delicious dishes outstanding wine live entertainment upscale shopping plus winery tours wine tasting and romantic strolls on the vineyard walk. Held annually in June on the weekend following Father\’s Day the two-day festival features \”grazing-sized\”” portions of house specialties are served by local restaurants bistros and purveyors. Haight-Brown Vineyard wine by the glass draught beer and nonalcoholic beverages are also available for purchase. Covered table seating is available plus guests are invited to picnic on the grounds with their lawn chairs and blankets. In addition to food & wine the festival features guided tours of the winery wine sampling in the tasting room and strolls on the vineyard walk. Other activities include live entertainment old-fashioned hay rides and shopping for unique gifts for family friends and you! Grounds admission fee (food and beverage purchases not included); Free parking.”
Since 1991 the annual grape harvest has been celebrated at the Litchfield Hills Harvest Festival held annually on the third full-weekend of September. This family-friendly festival features hay rides pony rides and grape stomping contests for kids; shopping wine sampling and winery tours for adults; plus hearty harvest fare for everyone. The Wine Garden serves Haight-Brown Vineyard wine by the glass plus there\’s a menu of hearty harvest fare and nonalcholic beverages. Covered table seating is available plus guests are invited to picnic on the grounds with their lawn chairs and blankets. From artisans with hand-crafted treasures to purveyors of gourmet food products there are a myriad of vendors selling their wares at this New England outdoor festival. In addition to shopping adults will enjoy guided tours of the winery wine sampling in the tasting room and strolls on the vineyard walk. Childrens\’ activities include grape stomping contests old-fashioned hay rides pony rides and tug-of-war contests. Grounds admission fee (food & beverage not included); free parking.
Hoptoberfest is an annual event from the Max Restaurant Group. Our mission: To bring together some of the best Connecticut and regional breweries and give our guests the opportunity to experience the ever-expanding craft beer movement in the northeastern United States. We have food and live music too. Hoptoberfest by Max is a fall event. For more information please click the link below to visit our website.
Lest we let the entire New York Metro region forget that a world-class wine country is barely two hours from its front door Edible Brooklyn along with its sister publications Edible Manhattan and Edible East End with support from the Long Island Wine Council and the New York Wine and Grape Foundation holds its annual spring sipping soiree Brooklyn Uncorked at the spectacular Brooklyn Academy of Music in Fort Greene Brooklyn. The Long Island wine is the main draw of course. But Edible pairs it with eats from boro chefs and food artisans to create an unforgettable evening of food and drink.
Spent a carefree summer afternoon in the country enjoying wines from the Hudson Valley region. Our offerings range from bone dry to dessert sweet. We also have epicurean delights farm fresh produce cooking workshops and live music. For more information about Bounty of the Hudson — including a list of participating wineries — just click the link below to visit the Shawangunk Hudson Valley Wine Trail website. Or call us at: 845-256-8456.
Natural Winemakers’ Week in New York City is an annual tasting with winemakers from France Italy Spain and the US. It is a week of wine dinners wine tastings classes and lots of fun. Our event is held every winter. For the dates please click the link below to visit our website.
Taconic Outdoor Education Center Sharpe Reservation and Stony Kill Farm Environmental Education center are teaming up to host the Annual Sap to Syrup Maple Celebration. Join us for an exciting maple themed weekend.
Greenvale Vineyards’ Harvest Festival celebrates the completion of the annual grape harvest. We have food live music vineyard tours tractor rides and of course tastings of our award-winning estate-grown wines! Our harvest festival is held every fall in Portsmouth Rhode Island — near Newport. For more information contact Greenvale Vineyards at (401) 847-3777. Or click the link below to visit our website.
Annual international wine showcase to benefit Greystone Programs Inc.a PoughkeepsieNY-based non profit that provides essential services and life enriching opportunities for more than 500 children adults and families living with autism and other developmental disabilities. Event includes international wine tastings delectable morsels live music silent & live auctions of wines and other goods and a four-course dinner prepared by a CIA-graduate/chef. Each course paired with fine wines. More info? (845) 452-5772 xt. 119.
An annual wine & food festival celebrating the riches of the Hudson Valley. Join 14 of the Shawangunk Wine Trail Wineries plus up to 15 other wineries here in the Valley plus local distilleries and breweries. Hudson Valley vendors are on hand with local cheeses honey bread baked goods fruits veggies and much more. Join us two days of live music and wine beer & spirit tastings.
Usher in spring with fine wines from all over the world. The annual New Jersey Spring Wine Festival event features 150+ wines to taste light accompaniments and artisan food samples from participating companies. Relax mix and mingle with other wine lovers while enjoying the smooth sounds of contemporary jazz live on stage. The New Jersey Spring Wine Festival takes place on a Friday evening in April or May each year.
Every year the Jersey Fresh Wine Festival ushers in the harvest season. Stop by to sample wines produced locally by members of the Garden State Wine Growers Association. We’ve got food vendors crafts and live music too. For directions and more information call: 609-588-0085. Or click the link below to visit our website.