A Photorealistic Look at the North Fork – Literary Traveler Talks to Artist …

I am hesitant to write too enthusiastically about the North Fork of Long Island.  Not because I didn’t enjoy my time there, but because I loved the area’s laid-back, natural charm so much that I don’t know if I should share it with too many people. Part of what makes the vicinity so special is its undiscovered appeal, as though when you travel there you are stumbling upon an untouched hideaway of farm-to-table restaurants, lush local vineyards and an emerging art scene to rival any of the more populated areas like the neighboring South Fork, perhaps better known as the Hamptons

A quaint, multi-faceted destination full of fresh, flavorful food, an impressive selection

Article source: http://www.longisland.com/articles/08-22-13/a-photorealistic-look-at-the-north-fork.html

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