North Fork

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The windswept North Fork, a 30-mile-long finger of farmland between Long Island Sound and the bays that separate it from the South Fork, has two main spines of blacktop. The northern route is a highway through potato fields and vineyards. The two-...
Just across the bay from the overhyped Hamptons lies the North Fork—a cluster of towns set among bold new vineyards and peppered with buzzworthy restaurants. The latest of the area's wineries, Shinn Estate Vineyards (2000 Oregon Rd., Mattituck; 63...
The majority of people who land at JFK International never even realize that they are on Long Island— and regrettably, the airport is the most they will ever see of it. Others view this slim strip of land as just a summer playground or a bedroom c...
“I love to go fishing, and that’s how I first discovered the North Fork—I was looking for stripers and tuna. Then, five years ago, my wife and I bought an old farmhouse in Mattituck, which we’re now renovating. It was built in the 1850’s and looks...