East End: Cooperage Inn in Baiting Hollow
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Their flowers and plants can be found at nurseries, Home Depot and Lowe's locations all across Long Island and the nation.
If you're feeling a little spring fever and looking for a quick weekend getaway, there's some spots on the East End you might be interested in.
An artist who calls herself a linear draftswoman uses iconic Long Island landmarks as her subject matter.
- The women that make up the Lady Brewsters of the North Fork are co-owners, brewers or managers from seven North Fork breweries. Their specially crafted beer, Lunar Ascent, an IPA, will be available through March for National Women's Month at all of their breweries.
- This restaurant was built in 1910 and owned by the family of Rod Steiger, a famous actor who grew up in Westhampton Beach. There is even a drink named in his honor.
Several luxury bed-and-breakfast inns out in the Hamptons will be hosting six authors the public will get a chance to meet.
Joe Petrocelli and his late business partner, Jim Bissett, opened up an aquarium that would help reshape downtown Riverhead 20 years ago.
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For this week's The East End Show, News 12's Doug Geed visited Mattitaco - a taco eatery that started as a food truck; Greenport American Legion - an indoor roller staking rink; and Lieb Cellars and Suhru Wines - which have wine tasting rooms that will help you beat the winter blues.
For this week's The East End Show, News 12's Doug Geed visited Long Island Woodwork - an artist who creates maps out of wood; Preszler Woodshop - where they make wood canoes by hand; and CJ's American Grill - which hosts an American grill food challenge.
For this week's The East End Show, News 12's Doug Geed visited 8 Hands Farm - to see sheep getting sheared; Koppert Cress - where they grow unique tasting microgreens; and Uncle Joe's Restaurant - a nice, cozy restaurant perfect for winter time.