While picking the winner of the Kentucky Derby is all luck, we know which jockey Bourbon fans should take a chance on.
Memorial Day weekend is nearly a month away, and a few more Montauk mainstays are about to open for summer 2014.
After B.Smith's announced they would not re-open in 2014, restaurateur Richie Notar snapped up the prime Hamptons real estate and will open an outpost of his midtown hotspot Harlow.
"We are so excited to be hosting the Taste of Tuckahoe again this year," said Kathy Grigo. "It has really become a fantastic evening of food and fun for the entire community."
The Clam Bar, a popular Hamptons seafood spot that counts Martha Stewart as a fan, has reopened for the 2014 season.
Three courses for under $30 is unheard of in the Hamptons, except during Long Island Restaurant Week which starts soon.
For a while it seemed like spring and summer would never come. But the first signs are finally here, starting with the opening of these Hamptons favorites.
"Game of Thrones" fans rejoice, season 4 of the HBO hit created by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss is set to premiere soon.
"I'm excited to get back in the saddle after a long winter, and have a chance to work with all the local purveyors and fisherman to showcase what we do," said Eric Miller, Chef and co-owner of Bay Kitchen Bar.
With spring finally here, one of "Top Chef" judge and culinary expert Gail Simmons' favorite recipes for the warmer weather is Grilled Pork Chops with Peach and Sweet Onion Chutney.