Brought to you by LifestyleRestaurantsFeed Me TV The Gatorade of the Hamptons: Feed Me TV Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Is rosé the Gatorade of the Hamptons? Wölffer Estate Vineyard and Channing Daughters Winery have a hard time keeping the ... Season 1 Season 2 Season 3 Season 4 More Season 5 Season 6 Small Bites Scott Vogel 13:56 Feed Me TV S1 E1 The journey from sea to table As the sun rises, we follow the local catch back to shore, where it is delivered to Southold Fish Market ... 14:24 Feed Me TV S1 E2 The Gatorade of the Hamptons Is rosé the Gatorade of the Hamptons? Wölffer Estate Vineyard and Channing Daughters Winery have a hard time keeping the ... 13:04 Feed Me TV S1 E3 The village that doesn’t sleep Babylon was once a sleepy little village where burgers and red sauce ruled the dining scene. Today, it's a South ... 10:53 Feed Me TV S1 E4 Out of the ring and into the kitchen At Babalu in Huntington, a former pro boxer puts his own modern twists on dishes from his Cuban family's culinary ... 12:23 Feed Me TV S1 E5 Major league eats at Citi Field The city's sportiest dining destination? Citi Field, which not only hosts the New York Mets but some of New York's ... 15:02 Feed Me TV S1 E6 The mad scientist of burgers From the outside, BBD's doesn't look like much, a generic storefront in a Rocky Point strip mall. But walk inside ... 16:59 Law and Order: SBU (Special Baking Unit): Feed Me TV Robert Biancavilla prosecutes some of the worst criminals in Suffolk County. On weekends, he bakes some of the best bread ... 16:38 If you can eat it here, you can eat it anywhere: Feed Me TV Penn Station and the neighborhood around it has never been considered a prime dining spot, but take a moment to ... 15:13 Rebel with a tandoor oven: Feed Me TV At Clay Oven, Lubna Habibi goes against her parents' wishes, trading an engineering degree to follow her passion for cooking ... 17:20 From Italy, with love: Feed Me TV A Far Rockaway woman falls in love with a pizzaiolo from Italy, who brings with him an imported 6,000-pound wood-fired ... 14:50 Three men and a brewery: Feed Me TV The three partners behind Lithology Brewing Co. in Farmingdale are committed to more balanced beers that draw their components from ... 20:21 Invasive species on Long Island: Feed Me TV Taylor Knapp is cultivating snails on the North Fork and chefs across the country are rushing to feature the latest ... 14:24 Feed Me TV S3 E1 From Pupusa to Porterhouse Eddie Villatoro grew up watching his father's immigrant dreams come true inside their family's pupusa shop in Glen Cove. Using ... 15:08 Feed Me TV S3 E2 Brooklyn Bites There was a time when Atlantic Terminal was just a transit hub to travel somewhere cooler. But now that Barclays ... 16:31 Feed Me TV S3 E3 Mangia with Lidia Everyone's favorite Italian grandmother invites us on a trip down memory lane, experiencing her story through the foods of her ... 13:58 Feed Me TV S3 E4 The House that Foie Gras Built When you see foie gras on a menu in the United States, it is most likely because of Michael Ginor. ... 11:44 Feed Me TV S3 E5 Restaurant Rush on the Gold Coast In the past two years, Oyster Bay has morphed from a sleepy North Shore hamlet into one of LI's hottest ... 16:30 Feed Me TV S3 E6 The Craft of Cocktails Long Island nightlife has recently evolved. Innovative bartenders are persuading hesitant diners across the island to try their imaginative craft ... 14:44 Feed Me TV S4 E1 Ashanti Digs In When the singer is in town, she has a list of people and places she wants to visit. Follow along ... 14:17 Feed Me TV S4 E2 The North Fork’s Prodigal Son Long Island native Stephan Bogardus is determined to follow in the footsteps of his mentor, a Long Island legend, while ... 16:39 Feed Me TV S4 E3 Give My Regards to Broadway Heading to a Broadway show doesn't mean you have to suffer through a bad dining experience. Discover places to visit ... 14:46 Feed Me TV S4 E4 A World of Sundaes As a child, Stu Feldschuh dreamed of owning an ice cream parlor in his basement. He got something better - Snowflake Ice Cream Shoppe in Riverhead. Now he brings back that little bit of childhood joy, one lick at a time. 9:56 Feed Me TV S4 E5 Halal à la Cart Halal cart food traces its roots to Manhattan. Now Long Island is joining the national craze for meat over rice. ... 13:17 Feed Me TV S4 E6 The Comeback Kids of Long Beach In 2012, superstorm Sandy devastated the West End of Long Beach. Rising up from the debris, a group of chefs ... 12:11 Feed Me TV S5 E1 Where Have All the Diners Gone Will this Long Island institution be there for the next generation? ... 14:14 Feed Me TV S5 E2 Up in Smoke A new crop of Long Island pitmasters is dishing up the 'cue. ... 12:10 Feed Me TV S5 E3 High and Mighty We're exploring the must-visit places to eat near Manhattan's High Line. 14:10 Feed Me TV S5 E4 A Taste of the Caribbean Most Long Islanders live within a 20-minute drive of an authentic Caribbean dining experience. 14:28 Feed Me TV S5 E5 King of Chefs Tom Schaudel is still opening restaurants after all these years. 11:33 Feed Me TV S5 E6 The Little Town That Could Patchogue's dining scene is exploding thanks to one hometown hero who refused to give up. 15:55 Feed Me TV S6 E1 Jim Breuer tries making a pie at hometown pizzeria Valley Stream comedian Jim Breuer likes to make you laugh even while you're eating. 14:22 Feed Me TV S6 E2 The Wild Side Do crickets and reptiles sound too surreal for dinner? We'll try anything. 16:38 Feed Me TV S6 E3 Journey into the Oculus There's lots to eat at Manhattan's spectacular downtown transit hub. 11:24 Feed Me TV S6 E4 Dumpling Craze Hits Long Island Every culture has its own version of these savory pockets of dough. Try them all without leaving Long Island. 14:35 Feed Me TV S6 E5 Raising the Sushi Bar On the latest episode of Feed Me TV, go beyond the California roll and order with confidence. 11:05 Feed Me TV S6 E6 Passport to Brunch Explore the world with these international Long Island weekend feasts. 1:12 Executive chef takes us inside the kitchen at Melville's huge new Italian spot Find out what it takes to run a restaurant that seats upward of 370 people. 1:03 Family recipes, family business at Hicksville's Kandahar Grill What started as a family tradition, grilling kebabs on Sunday afternoons, turned into a family-owned restaurant. Hashmat Ghani talks about Kandahar ... 0:42 Inside Bravo! Nader, Huntington's eclectic 24-year-old Italian spot Nader Gebrin, who has been the owner of Huntington's Bravo! Nader for over two decades, talked about his culinary background and his ... 0:58 Why this LI family has been coming to Fortune Wheel for generations Daisy Chin, a longtime patron of Fortune Wheel in Levittown, celebrated the Chinese New Year at the restaurant on Jan. 26. ... 1:40 Manhasset cafe, market brings a little bit of Greece to LI Julia Petropoulos, managing partner of Herb & Olive in Manhasset, gives a tour of the restaurant-cafe-market that proves just how refined and approachable ... 1:19 Brooklyn restaurateur talks coming out of retirement to open LI Italian spot Frank Abbracciamento, owner of Abbracciamento in Lynbrook, spoke about his Italian heritage and how it influenced his work in the ... 1:28 How this old bank became one of LI's top steakhouses Long before Tellers in Islip became known for their cuisine, the building housed a bank. When renovating the building, Tellers owners ... 0:57 LI Cuban spot brings a 'Latin party' to Garden City "In our culture, music is pretty much everything," says Juan Carlos Gomez, manager of Havana Central, a Cuban chain in Garden ... 1:11 Owner of LI wine bar talks encouraging diners to leave their comfort zone On Dec. 22, Alex Fiorentino, owner of Meritage Wine Bar in Glen Cove, spoke to Newsday about his signature dishes and ... 1:11 How this new eatery is bringing upscale Japanese bar food to LI Inspired by Japanese Izakaya, Bakuto in Lindenhurst offers Japanese bar food and drinks with a Westernized twist. ... 0:58 Chef talks bringing Manhattan Italian spot to Garden City Chef Andrew Minitelli, who began working for Osteria Morini at its original location in Manhattan, talks about opening the new ... 1:13 'I fell in love with the sauce:' Why this Italian spot has a devoted following after 40 years After 40 years of eating at Vincent's Clam Bar, Dominic Valila tells all about his favorite dishes at the Carle ... 1:11 Go beyond California rolls at this legendary LI sushi spot Restaurant partner Eric Kim on Nov. 24 described how the Kotobuki menu started with California rolls and evolved as their ... 0:46 'I love to take care of the people': Owner talks opening new Mediterranean spot on LI Barman Sharifi, owner of Barmani's Kitchen & Bar, on Nov. 23 talked about opening his restaurant in Huntington, a town he ... 1:04 Why this single dad opened a breakfast spot in Rockville Centre Learn about the concept behind The Breakfast Club in Rockville Centre. 1:04 Owner talks bringing her grandmother's recipes to new taco spot Laura Lucero, on Nov. 16, described the love that goes into the recipes at Taco El Chingón. ... 1:11 Why 'Chopped' winner wanted an open kitchen at his LI eatery Chef Eric LeVine on Nov. 9 talked about his journey in making the perfect restaurant experience for his customers at 317 ... 1:00 Co-owner talks coming home to open new Italian eatery after 30 years Find out the inspiration behind the simple elegance of his restaurant and its fresh Italian cuisine. 1:05 Go inside the kitchen at Peter Luger A Porterhouse steak for two surrounded by an iceberg wedge salad, Luger's special German fried potatoes, creamed spinach, sliced tomatoes ... 1:05 How an accidental text jumpstarted this LI restaurant Bayview Kitchen, a new eatery in Amityville, brings Caribbean flavors to comfort food staples. On Oct. 25, chef / owner ... 1:04 Owner of new Italian eatery shows off comfort food-focused menu Iavarone Italian Kitchen & Pizzeria in Plainview employs a "casual, chic design," according to partner Joe Iavarone, who on Friday, ... 1:03 'It reminds me of where I grew up:' Owner talks inspiration for beachside eatery Craig Attwood, chef and owner of Five Ocean in Long Beach, cooked up his buttermilk fried chicken and explained why ... 1:11 Owner of popular taco spot explains what makes it so successful Long Island's second location of Dirty Taco and Tequila, in Rockville Centre, is just as mobbed as the first, thanks ... 1:12 Owner talks bringing new Italian eatery to Port Jeff Restaurant owner Maria Aubry talks about the popular Italian restaurant in the heart of Port Jefferson. ... 1:01 See how this new eatery is bringing Bourbon Street to LI Lisa Livermore, co-owner of Bayou Jones in Merrick, spoke to Newsday about bringing a New Orleans atmosphere to Long Island ... 1:06 How one chef is modernizing Peking duck in Babylon Jason Lee, chef-owner of Long Island Pekin in Babylon, brings Cantonese cuisine to the Island with his whole Peking duck dish. ... 0:53 See why Primehouse is different from other LI steakhouses Primehouse chef-owner Arthur Gustafson showed off on Aug. 24 some of the Garden City restaurant's popular features, such as the roaming prime ... 1:01 Bay Shore restaurant owner explains eatery's unique design On Sept. 17, Drew Dvorkin, partner at The Linwood Restaurant & Cocktails in Bay Shore, talked about the venue's unique ... 3:07 Here's what it's like to open a restaurant with your family Patrick Walters is fulfilling a life long dream at the age of 65 with the opening of his Jamaican takeout restaurant, Uncle Don's Kitchen in Hicksville, which he runs with his children. 3:29 See how vegan ice cream gets made at this LI shop Newsday food writer Scott Vogel helps create a special Newsday flavor. 2:27 This summer, go on a Long Island lobster roll crawl Follow food writer Scott Vogel on an epic lobster roll crawl along the South Shore. 3:24 Meet Fire Island's busiest restaurateur He owns two ice cream shops and four restaurants in Ocean Beach. 3:41 The story behind Ceci's Arepa Joint in East Meadow "It's like the new best thing in the world. You heard it here first," said critic Scott Vogel of the sweet and savory stuffed arepas. 2:45 Would you eat wild boar? This LI restaurant is betting you will Newsday's Scott Vogel visits One10 in Melville, which is hosting a series of exotic meat dinners serving elk, bison and boar. 2:20 Food critic shares picks for the East End eateries you need to try right now You can wait until the summer, but only if you like crowds. 6:10 An accident almost derailed her baking career. Now her cake shop is a runaway success Find out how Micheline Cummings and partner Terry Haughy created a new treat you can only find hidden in a Babylon alleyway. 2:41 The story behind Glen Cove's new bacon-themed eatery Newsday food critic Scott Vogel visited Garden of Bacon, a new eatery in Glen Cove devoted entirely to bacon. ... 5:02 Inside LI's new Vietnamese sandwich shop See how these famous Bahn Mi are made, and find out which celebrities raved about them. 2:52 Food critic goes on LI chicken wing crawl Join Scott Vogel as he tries flavors from Raspberry Chipotle to Carolina BBQ Mustard. 1:56 Food critic tests gadgets for eating in your car After many sessions of eating in his car during the pandemic, food critic Scott Vogel takes a look at contraptions ... 2:27 Ride along with one of LI's most successful Uber Eats drivers Brad Herrschaft spends a busy day dashing between IHOP, Wendy's, Tropical Smoothie Cafe and more. 3:13 LI food critic takes a soup road trip He's out to redefine what we think of when we think of soup, trying favorites from Greece, Portugal, Peru and the Philippines. 2:04 Food critic attempts to make rainbow cookies for the first time Newsday food critic Scott Vogel takes on the challenge of making classic rainbow cookies at home. ... 4:32 This LI eatery has been open for 64 years. Can it survive the impact of COVID-19? Otto and John Wittmeier grew up at the Modern Snack Bar. After taking over the Aquebogue eatery from their parents ... 5:26 How one family overcame incredible challenges to open one of LI's top eateries The Wadhwas didn't need a pandemic to teach them that life is unpredictable or that obstacles can be overcome. The ... 1:23 24 minutes. 27,000 cookies. How this LI company is selling out so fast My Cookie Dealer opens its Instagram account for orders only two days a week, selling out thousands of over-the-top cookies in a matter of minutes. 5:08 Food critic visits iconic LI Italian ice spot The popular Oyster Bay stand has been part of the community since 1897. 4:05 Food critic visits 81-year-old seafood spot for the first time Watch as Scott Vogel tries the Rockville Centre spot's famous fried Ipswich clams and learns the story behind the long-standing restaurant. 2:05 Food critic shucks oysters for the first time Being rather new to LI, Newsday food critic Scott Vogel had never shucked oysters before now. 2:51 Newsday critic cooks a T-bone from iconic steakhouse "I feel very Food Network right now," said Vogel, as he seasoned his steak. 2:29 Newsday critic fine dines solo at home with $90 meal from Prime Newsday food critic Scott Vogel road-tested a high-end meal to go from Prime in Huntington. 2:26 Newsday critic tries 'legendary' Maroni meatballs for the first time Newsday food critic Scott Vogel's journey to try all of the quintessential Long Island food experiences continues at Maroni Cuisine in Northport. 2:07 Newsday critic tries cold cheese pizza in Huntington What is cold cheese pizza? Food critic Scott Vogel visited Little Vincent's Pizza in Huntington on Nov. 15 to find ... 3:04 Watch: Newsday critic's first taste of Long Island Iced Tea "I heard this drink is the kind of drink that will get you to do things you ordinarily wouldn't do." 2:03 Food critic tries All-American Burger for the first time It's part of his quest to become a "true Long Islander." 2:05 Newsday critic experiences Briermere Farms for first time Watch Scott Vogel try varieties from classic apple to coconut cream.