WINE IN THE COURTYARD:
The Rotary Club of Northport and the Suffolk County Vanderbilt
Museum will present the 13th annual Wine in the Courtyard
fundraiser, Thursday, August 13, 6-10 p.m. Enjoy exquisite
food, fine wine and a spectacular sunset on the museum grounds.
Tickets are $125 per person, and all proceeds benefit charity.
Go to www.northportrotary.com.
A PERFECT 10: Before they built Prime, the Bohlsen
family earned a place among Long Island restaurant royalty
with Tellers Chophouse (605 Main Street, Islip 631-277-7070
www.tellerschophouse.com), a top-rated steakhouse in a former
bank building with wines worthy of the bank vault theyre
stored in. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the restaurants
opening, a celebration week is underway through this Friday,
August 7. Highlights include half-price bottles of wine, originally
$30 to $3,000 per bottle, from the 1,000 labels of wines in
the 10,000-bottle Tellers wine vault; a $75 Tellers Top Ten
Tasting Menu, $100 with wine pairings; $10 unlimited tastings
of a featured wine each night; and a 10th anniversary gift
to all. There are also celebration events at the Gold Bar.
Go to www.tellerschophouse.com for details.
BON APPETIT! Shes back. Julia Child, the grand
dame of television cooking shows who paved the way for generations
of celebrity chefs, is back on the air. In honor of the Aug.
7 theatrical release of the Meryl Streep film Julie and Julia,
WLIW 21 is showing Julia Child Memories: Bon Appetit!, Aug.
6, 7:30 p.m.
COFFEE CUPPING: Learn about coffee and sample some
top beans lovingly roasted by Georgio of Georgios Coffee
Roasters (146 West Jericho Tpke., Huntington 516-238-2999
georgioscoffee.com) at a Coffee Cupping and Coffee Tasting
Seminar on Sunday, Sept. 6 or Sept. 27, 4-5:30 p.m. Georgio
will talk about his fair trade coffee and demonstrate his
vacuum brew process. The price of $20 per person includes
a free pound of coffee or (if theyre in) the new Georgios
coffee mug. Reservations are pre-paid only, so call now.
CULTURAL PARTNERS: Did you know that your membership
in a number cultural organizations will earn you 10 percent
off your check at Canterbury Ales (314 New York Avenue, Huntington
631-549-4404 canterburyales.com)? If you are a member of the
Hecksher Museum, Huntington Historical Society, Huntington
Arts Council, Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce, Huntington
Community First Aid Squad or the Cinema Arts Center, bring
your ID card for a 10 percent discount off your entire check.
COUNTRY FRESH: On July 25, a Farmers Market grew in
Huntington Station as part of a seven-week pilot project.
Visit Saturdays, 9 a.m. to noon at the north end of the railroad
parking lot on New York Avenue.
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