Heading north? Find the newest and best places to go down below...
Noon: Brunch From Scratch Farm-to-table restaurant Barrow Food House is serving up your morning brunch made from scratch. Helmed by American Beech executive chef Kyle Romeo, you’ll find a variety of dishes made with ingredients sourced from Cedar Grove Farm right around the corner. Don’t miss specialties like the Barrow breakfast sandwich, which includes house-cured bacon or sausage, two fried eggs, hollandaise, crispy shallots and brioche. 452 Main Road, Riverhead, barrowfoodhouse.com
2 pm: Seaworthy Head over to the newly opened Beacheeky to pick up some beachy apparel. The shop boasts comfortable styles intended mainly for mother-and-daughter duos, and also sells beach gifts, jewelry and great footwear. 53345 Main Road, Southold, beacheeky.com
3 pm: Insta Cool Hire a professional photographer to do an extensive photoshoot booked amidst lavender fields ($150 for 1.5 hours, $100 per additional hour) at one of the most photogenic places on Long Island. 7540 Main Road, East Marion, 631.477.1019, lavenderbythebay.com
4 pm: Shop for a Cause Head over to General Good pop-up where a purchase from a carefully curated collection of favorite brands also supports various causes and charities. Shopping for a good cause? Sign us up. 110 South St., Greenport, generalgoodstore.com
6 pm: Aperitif Recently reopened under new ownership, come by the spectacular Croteaux Vineyards to enjoy some of the best crisp, dry and fun-to-drink rose? wines set in a dreamy vineyard. 1450 South Harbor Road, Southold, croteaux.com
9 pm: Dine and Wine Some More Escape to Italy for the evening at Little Oak Bistro, located within Jamesport Vineyard, where a wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizza oven takes center stage. The vineyard’s wines are also not to be missed. 1216 Main Road, Ste. 25, Jamesport, jamesportwines.com