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Which region has the better cuisine, the Hamptons or New York City? That’s right, it’s once again almost time for Dan’s GrillHampton, aptly presented by Hamptons and NYC meat delivery service Piccinini Brothers!
The East End’s premier tasting experience, and one of the most popular events of summer, Dan’s Taste of Two Forks is back for its 10th year to showcase the very best food and wine from the Hamptons and North Fork.
Did you miss your chance to purchase tickets to Dan’s Chefs of the North Fork? Or have you attended both the 2021 Chefs of the Hamptons and Chefs of the North Fork events and you’re ready for round three? Either way, we’ve got just the thing for you: Dan’s Rosé Soirée!
More than 300 foodies feasted on the East End’s most delectable dishes during the sold-out Dan’s Chefs of the North Fork dinner at Atlantis in Riverhead on Saturday, July 10. It was the second in Dan’s Papers popular Dan’s Taste event series.
The inaugural Dan’s Papers PowerList of the East End will recognize the most influential movers and shakers of the North and South Forks and their continued commitment, impact, and influence on the East End. The event will take place at The Muses in Southampton on July 21.
The North Fork’s premier summer event, Dan’s Chefs of the North Fork, returns with a new venue, new lineup of chefs and all-new dishes and libations to taste.
The excitement is building for Dan’s Chefs of the Hamptons, the East End’s premier foodie experience when it returns on June 24 to celebrate both the 10th anniversary of Dan’s Taste events and Guild Hall’s 90th anniversary.
Sagaponack’s Greek cuisine institution Old Stove Pub is clearly ready to draw in the crowds with its new Tuesday Takeovers with Celebrity Chefs, a dinner series from Pop Up Nation (PUN).
Southampton-based Tate’s Bake Shop, a household name thanks to its crispy cookies sold nationwide, saw its sweet success story sour following allegations that it intimidated undocumented workers seeking to unionize by saying they could be deported if they did so.
The Shinnecock Indian Nation is rolling the dice on renewed plans to build a casino, announcing Tuesday that it plans to start building a gaming facility this summer on its Southampton reservation.