For a unique experience that serves as a great start to a summer weekend, the LIRR is now serving wine on its 5:21 PM train from Ronkonkoma to Greenport every Friday night through September. The menu will feature whites and reds from North Fork's wineries as well, so you'll be able to try a glass before arriving! For more info on this service, take a look at the article below!
Long Island Wineries The first commercial vineyard was planted in Cutchogue on the North Fork of Long Island in 1973. Today, there are over 60 licensed producers on Long Island (from North and South Shores and the Hamptons) with more than 40 open to the public for tastings and tours. Some wineries have wine clubs and there are even courses available where you can learn about wine. From our Smithtown Home for Sale only 40 minutes.
Nassau County Exec Mangano reminds filmmakers that the submission deadline for entering films into the Long Beach International Film Festival is Sunday June 1st 2014! Interested in participating? Click here to find out more!
A chill may be lingering on Long Island despite the arrival of spring, but the announcement of spring and summer Main Street Festivals is certainly heating things up! Check out a list of events that have already been announced for Nassau and Suffolk and be sure to mark the calendar!