12th Annual North Fork Foodie Tour
The North Fork of Long Island is famous for its delectable fare. Here, the tradition of farming has continued and expanded. Now it's taken on yet another life as artisans have begun to produce distinctive foods and explore methods of sustainable agriculture.
The 12th Annual North Fork Foodie Tour will include 20 locations representing a wide array of food producers on the North Fork, all providing behind-the-scenes tours of their farms and other establishments.
The Foodie Tour is a self-guided tour (similar to a house tour) and provides the opportunity for all who attend to visit North Fork producers of unique, local, artisanal food, wine and beer. The North Fork Foodie Tour continues to showcase the best of what the North Fork has to offer. Hear, touch, feel and taste what makes the products, the people that produce them and the North Fork so special. There will be fun educational and delicious activities for all ages.
Participating Tour Locations
In Southold, NY
Peconic Land Trust Ag Center at Charnews Farm - 3005 Youngs Ave.
Deep Roots Farm -- 57685 Main Rd.(Rt. 25)
The Farm - 59945 Main Rd. (Rt. 25)
North Fork Roasting Co. - 55795 Main Rd.
Shared Table Farmhouse - 25 Jacobs Lane Southold, NY
In Peconic, NY
Catapano Dairy Farm - 33705 Rt. 48
Greenport Harbor Brewery - 42155 Main Rd.
Krupski's Vegetable & Pumpkin Farm - 38030 Rt. 25
Raphael Vineyard -3930 Route 25 Main Road
Sang Lee Farms - 25180 Rt. 48
Satur Farms - 27343 Rt. 48
In Cutchogue, NY
8 Hands Farm - 4735 Cox Ln.
Koppert Cress - 23423 Rt. 48
In Mattituck, NY
Browder's Birds - 4050 Soundview Ave.
Craft Master Hops - 10765 County Rd 48
Macari Wines - 150 Bergen Ave.
Margene Farms - 2230 Soundview Ave.
In Riverhead, NY
Goodale Farms - 250 Main Rd.
In East Marion, NY
Lavender by the Bay - 7540 Main Rd.
In Orient, NY
North Fork Flower Farm - 1110 Terry Lane, Orient, NY, 11957
A full schedule of events will be listed in the Foodie Tour Guide Booklet.
Speakers at Charnews Farm:
Chef John Ross, formerly of Ross's Restaurant and food writer for the Suffolk Times demonstrates a seasonal dish made with local ingredients - YUM!
Chef Taylor Knapp, Head Snail Wrangler at Peconic Escargot tells about the challenges and rewards of starting a business to raise snails to provide fresh escargot (never canned or frozen) to discerning local chefs.
Leslie Merinoff of talks about starting Matchbook Distilling Co., a full-scale, at-your-service, bespoke distillery and incubator which works with their clients to create the custom spirits they dream up.
Ken Schneider of Really Good Fruit Spreads will tell you about how he got started in the jam business. Learn about small scale food processing from kitchen to market.
Headquarters - Peconic Land Trust Agricultural Center at Charnews Farm (View)
3005 Youngs Avenue
Southold, NY 11971
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|