Foodie Tour 2016

The North Fork Foodie Tour



Celebrate the North Fork’s Bounty

The North Fork of Long Island is famous for delectable fare. Think Peconic Bay scallops and Long Island duck, straw­berries, potatoes and wines. 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.



10th Annual North Fork Foodie Tour sponsored by North Fork Reform Synagogue on
Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Once again, the Foodie Tour will be self-guided, similar to a house tour, and provide the opportunity for all who attend to visit North Fork producers of unique, local, artisanal food and wine. We know from experience that the Tour is a wonderful opportunity to showcase the finest of what the North Fork has to offer, to inform the attendees of how the products are made and to emphasize what makes them so special!


Chart Your Own Course!
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 finest of what the North Fork has to offer as well as educate attendees on how the products are made with an emphasis on what makes these products, the people that produce them and the North Fork so special. We anticipate about 20 vendors representing a wide array of food producers on the North Fork, all providing behind-the-scenes tours of their farms and other establishments.

Headquarters: Charnews Farm
Charnews Farm, a 23.4 acre farm, was purchased by the Peconic Land Trust in 2008 with the help of Southold Town’s land preservation funds. The Trust has returned the long-fallow farm to cultivation, and its 1889 farmhouse is now occupied. The farm now serves as an incubator for innovative new farmers, six of whom lease space there. In addition, the farm’s Community Garden leases 50 smaller plots to educational programs and individuals who grow organic vegetables, herbs and flowers.

Locations – Where & What You’ll See!
Goodale Farms – 250 Main Rd. Cow, goat & sheep – milk and cheese
Ty Llwyd Farm – 5793 Sound Ave. Eggs, vegetables and raw milk


Browder’s Birds – 4050 Soundview Ave. Pastured poultry and vegetables
Macari Wines – 150 Bergen Ave. Biodynamic vineyard
Mar-Gene Farms – 2230 Soundview Ave. Certified organic produce and eggs
Shinn Estate Vineyards – 2000 Oregon Rd. Low impact vinticulture

8 Hands Farm – 4735 Cox Ln. Pastured chickens, Icelandic sheep and vegetables
Koppert Cress – 23423 Rt. 48 Exotic microgreens

Catapano Dairy Farm – 33705 Rt. 48 Sheep milk, cheese and skincare products
Greenport Harbor Brewery – Rt. 25 Locally brewed beers and ales
Krupski’s Pumpkin Farm – 38030 Rt. 25 Vegetables and poultry
Sang Lee Farms – 25180 Rt. 48 Organic Asian vegetables & more
Satur Farms – 27343 Rt. 48 Premium vegetables grown for top NY restaurants

Charnews Farm – 3005 Youngs Ave. (See above paragraph)
Deep Roots Farm – 38030 Rt. 25 Pastured raised meats, heirloom vegetables and eggs
KK’s,The Farm – 59945 Rt. 25 Biodynamic vegetables
North Fork Roasting Co. – 55795 Rt. 25 House roasted coffee and locally sourced goodies
Southold School Garden – 420 Oaklawn Ave Ext. Growing new farmers
Surrey Lane Vineyards – 46050 Rt. 25 Tree fruits, grapes and vegetables

Lavender by the Bay – 7540 Rt. 25 Lavender, lavender products and honey

Learn from the Pros!
Tour, taste, learn, look, listen, try and more. A complete schedule will be listed in the Foodie Tour Guide Booklet.
Guest Speakers:
Chef John Ross – “Cooking with local ingredients”
Melissa Henyrey (The Farm Beyond) – “Foraged Food”
John Quigley (East End Mushroom)
Chef Phil Karlin (North Fork Smoked Fish)
Lily Dougherty-Johnson of Lily’s Farm demonstrates growing and cooking with edible flowers.

The Slow Food organization will give out literature and offer the opportunity to join them in projects to educate children and other ways to enhance our well being.

Photo Contest!
Snap pictures of the day and submit your best to: for a chance to win.
There will also be raffle tickets available for purchase at any tour location. You can will lots of local North Fork goodies to bring home with you!

Advanced Ticket Sales –
Ticket price: $25/adult (under 12 years are FREE)
Tickets will be available in advance from the following local businesses (listed east to west):
Gallery M 407 Main Rd., Greenport
Complement the Chef 53740 Main Rd., Southold
Mattituck Florist 95 Love Ln., Mattituck
Barth’s Drug Store 32 E Main St., Riverhead
Southampton Books 16 Hampton Rd., Southampton

Online ticket sales are also available on the North Fork Reform Synagogue website, or by mail. If purchasing by mail, make checks payable to: North Fork Reform Synagogue (NFRS) and submit to:
PO Box 1625
Southold, NY 11971

For more information and to keep up to date on the latest Foodie Tour news, visit our Facebook page: or call 631-722-5712.