On the Menu: HARVEST: Wine Auction & Celebration of Long Island's East End

Wine Corks With summer officially ending in a matter of hours, celebrations of fall's harvest are quickly approaching. To wit: Wine Spectator magazine is presenting Harvest: Wine Auction & Celebration of Long Island's East End on September 24 and 25. (That's this Friday and Saturday!) The two-day oenophilic event will take place at Wölffer Estate Vineyard (our perennial hosts to JBF's Chefs & Champagne) and other wineries throughout the Twin Forks, and will feature tastings, seminars, and a live auction of Long Island bottles. Visit the festival's official website to learn more about the activities, reserve tickets, and view a list of participating wineries.

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On the Menu: September 5 through September 11

Guests mingle before dinner at the Beard House. Here’s what’s happening at the Beard House next week: Friday, September 10, 12:00 P.M. Harvest Lunch The former executive chef of the Harrison and Citarella, Brian Bistrong has an impressive New York pedigree as well as a strong sensibility for what the city’s discerning diners want to eat. His menu at Braeburn transcends the traditional confines of comfort food, delivering dishes as sophisticated as they are crave-worthy. Saturday, September 11, 7:00 P.M. Sizzling Summer Barbecue True barbecue enthusiasts know that the country’s best offerings can be found at cutthroat ’cue competitions. Now you can also find them at the Beard House, where the championship-winning IQUE BBQ Cooking Team—a

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On the Menu: April 4 through April 10


Here’s what’s happening at the Beard House and around the country next week:

Monday, April 5, 7:00 P.M.
Best of Burke
Cook, entrepreneur, inventor: David Burke embraces each of these roles with an unmatched energy and passion. We’re thrilled to welcome the award-winning chef and the protégés who oversee his myriad restaurants for what’s sure to be an evening of showstopping, forward-thinking cuisine.

Tuesday, April 6, 7:00 P.M.
Farm to Table
Sure, plenty of restaurants use sustainable ingredients, but only a select few, including Harvest in Madison, Wisconsin, made it onto Gourmet’s list of... Read more >

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