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Foodstuffs: The Foodie Passport Is Here, Happy Hours in Greenport

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Claudio’s Tavern and Grill hosts Martini Monday every week from 5 to 9 p.m. COURTESY CLAUDIOS

Claudio’s Tavern and Grill hosts Martini Monday every week from 5 to 9 p.m. COURTESY CLAUDIOS

Claudio’s Tavern and Grill hosts Martini Monday every week from 5 to 9 p.m. COURTESY CLAUDIOS

Claudio’s Tavern and Grill hosts Martini Monday every week from 5 to 9 p.m. COURTESY CLAUDIOS

Guests enjoy the bar at Crabby Jerry's. CHLOE GIFKINS

Guests enjoy the bar at Crabby Jerry's. CHLOE GIFKINS

Guests enjoy drinks at the bar at Crabby Jerry's. CHLOE GIFKINS

Guests enjoy drinks at the bar at Crabby Jerry's. CHLOE GIFKINS

East End Food Passport features a directory of 160 farm, food and craft businesses in the area. COURTESY EAST END FOOD

East End Food Passport features a directory of 160 farm, food and craft businesses in the area. COURTESY EAST END FOOD

authorStaff Writer on Aug 15, 2023

East End Food Passport Is Here

East End Food, the nonprofit supporting farmers, producers and everyone who enjoys local food, has introduced East End Food Passport, a free print and online guide inviting visitors to explore the tastes and talents of the region’s best growers, producers and industry leaders. The Passport features a directory of East End Food’s 160 farm, food and craft businesses and a calendar of weekly agri-tourism events for the 2023 season, where the community is invited to taste, create, learn and play.

Visitors are encouraged to explore the newly updated East End Food website when making travel plans, and can plan their foodie getaway with the digital version of the East End Food Passport. The passports share where travelers to the region can learn about local food and beverage businesses and area farms, browse upcoming events and plan their culinary exploration of the East End — all from the convenience of their smartphone or computer. Explore the site at passport.eastendfood.org.

“East End Food Passport showcases the diversity of our region’s food scene for travelers to the region, all while fostering a deeper appreciation for the hard work that goes into producing good, local food,” said Kate Fullam, executive director of East End Food. “The Passport will inspire foodies that strive to make conscious choices to support local farms and to visit Long Island and experience all this agri-tourism industry has to offer, while also having fun exploring other travel destinations in the area.”

Visitors and locals exploring the East End this summer are also encouraged to “Check-In to Win” with East End Food Passport by posting on Facebook or Instagram with a picture of the passport or a location they are visiting, and tagging @eastendfood and #eastendfoodpassport. Each month, participants can win a prize.

Pick up a free copy of the East End Food Passport at locations around the area, including East End Food’s year-round farmers market on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 139 Main Road in Riverhead, or request a free copy by emailing info@eastendfood.org. The passport and website updates were supported in part by a Market New York grant from Empire State Development and I LOVE NY/New York State’s Division of tourism, awarded through the Regional Economic Development Council initiative.

East End Food is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that builds partnerships among farmers, food producers and food consumers throughout eastern Long Island. The organization currently manages a community kitchen based at the Stony Brook University Southampton campus and oversees East End Food Market in Riverhead, a weekly farmers market with dozens of Long Island vendors. East End Food Institute also operates Farm to Community and Farm to School programs, bringing more local food to institutions across the East End. For more information, visit eastendfood.org or call 631-632-5129.

Happy Hours in Greenport

Crabby Jerry’s in Greenport is now hosting a “Happy Hour After Hours” every Wednesday from 7 to 11 p.m. The happy hour menu will be available through September and there will be a live DJ, giveaways and a menu featuring “late night bites.” The happy hour menu will include $5 beers, $10 glasses of wine and cocktails, an $7 seltzers.

Crabby Jerry’s is a family friendly, casual quick service waterfront restaurant. The restaurant serves seafood plates in a relaxed harbor front setting that features a covered deck and 300 square food harborside bar. For details, call 631-477-0627.

And right next door, Claudio’s Tavern and Grill hosts Martini Monday every week from 5 to 9 p.m. Guests can sip on classics including the Dirty Martini or creative innovations like the Passion Martini which features tequila instead of vodka or the Daiquiri which is mixed with spiced rum. The menu includes: Espresso Martini, St. Elder, Classic Cosmo, Lemon Drop Martini, Daiquiri and Passion Martini.

Claudio’s Tavern and Grill is a national historic landmark serving American cuisine with an emphasis on fresh seafood, in a New England coastal tradition. Quality fresh ingredients are present in all dishes, generous portions are served and local wines from Long Island are featured on their exquisite wine list. For more information, call 631-477-0627 or visit claudios.com.

Both Crabby Jerry’s and Claudio’s Tavern and Grill are located at 111 Main Street, Greenport.

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