Delivery & Pickup info
Our delivery season to the Hamptons is over as of September 3. We'll be delivering again in May 2017. Thanks for a great summer!
In the meantime, check out some great local products from our partners in Long Island.
MONTAUK SHELLFISH COMPANY
The team behind the Montauk Shellfish Company in Long Island is incredibly dedicated to what they do, and it shows in their oysters. With impeccably clean shells and pure, briny flavors, their oysters perfectly capture the essence of the ocean.
Situated on the North Fork of Long Island, Satur Farms is dedicated to growing the finest vegetables and culinary ingredients. Owned by the husband and wife team of Eberhard Müller and Paulette Satur, the farm has a steadfast commitment to sustainable farming and specializes in leafy vegetables, heirloom tomatoes, root vegetables, and herbs.
BLUE ISLAND OYSTER COMPANY
Back in 1995 Chris Quartuccio began scuba diving for natural oysters in the Long Island Sound. Two decades later the Blue Island Oyster Company has grown into one of the most critically acclaimed purveyors of shellfish in the United States.
CRESCENT DUCK FARM
Long Island has a proud reputation for producing the world's finest duck, and for over 100 years Crescent Duck Farm has been a major contributor to that prestigious notoriety. A family-run business, Crescent prides itself on delivering the most exquisite, tender duck in the United States.
CHANNING DAUGHTERS WINERY
Spanning 25 acres of vineyards, Channing Daughters Winery is perfectly located at the center of the South Fork for cool Atlantic breezes to dance through the grapevines, creating conditions ideal for bountiful harvests of fascinating grape varieties. Their Scuttlehole Chardonnay is a FreshDirect staff favorite!
Many wineries lay claim to being family-run, but for the Massoud family of Paumanok Vineyards that's actually true. Set in the idyllic surroundings of the quaint Long Island hamlet of Aquebogue, the tranquil vineyards of the Paumanok winery were first planted by Charles and Ursula (and their three sons) back in 1983. The original 15 acres of grapevines have since grown to cover 103 acres and today produce some of the finest wines in the region.
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