The exquisite coffees and teas from here are great for an after-dinner beverage or a pick-me-up during your workday.
Whether you prefer your meat smoked, grilled or fried, you can find your preferred choice here.
When the heat gets the best of you, water is more important than ever. Cool off no matter where you are with a bottle from Pop Shoppe.
Feeling hungry? Heat up a tasty and affordable TV dinner from here and enjoy the convenience of a quick meal.
Take a dive and swim away with some succulent fish. It's a great source of protein for your next meal!
A classic breakfast option, cereal is always good to have on hand. A box is sure to ease everyone's morning appetite without taking too much time off the clock.
Health nuts will go crazy for the refreshing beverages available here, a great way to stay happy and hydrated.
You'll be amazed at how much time you can save by buying canned food. It's like a shortcut to a better prepared meal.
If cooking isn't your forte, frozen food is an easy fix. Stock your freezer with delicious meals seven days a week!
These tasty and nutritious snacks will help you push through your long workday.
This fresh produce here is so tasty it will change the way we think about healthy eating.
A little here, a little there, you can never have enough vinegar and oil. Used in almost every recipe, these liquids will come in handy.
If milk is your go-to beverage, you'll love the dairy products available here (great for strengthening your bones and teeth).
For breads, cookies, cakes, and pies that will blow your mind, are couple extra sweet ingredients are kitchen must-haves.
Get your noodle on! Pop Shoppe has some of the best and affordable noodle and pasta options in the area.
Amp up your home bar with a new bottle of liquor or a tasty spirit from Pop Shoppe.
Grab a loaf of bread from Pop Shoppe and make your sandwich just the way you like it.
Just a pinch of one of the seasonings and spices available here will help take your meal to greatness.
If you're driving to Pop Shoppe, don't worry about finding parking! There are plenty of available spots in the area.
When the founders of Clovis Point Vineyard & Winery first laid eyes on the 10-acre plot of North Fork farmland, they knew they had found the perfect spot to transform their vision of a boutique winery into a reality. The plot hit everything on their checklist—sun-swept fields, accessibility, and a picturesque 1920s potato barn that would later be transformed into a tasting room complete with mahogany doors, bluestone floors, and a heated patio overlooking the vineyards. The barn isn't Clovis Point Vineyard & Winery's only nod to the past. According to the New York Times, which lauds the winery as “emblematic of the versatility of some East End boutiques,” the name stems from stone spear tips believed to originate from the Clovis people, a tribe of Indians who inhabited North Fork during the Paleolithic Age.
Today, the winery has grown to span 15 acres of merlot, cabernet franc, and chardonnay vines, which winemaker John Leo ferments into award-winning wines. He also maintains the founders' original vision of keeping production on a smaller scale, producing only 2,000 cases per year to ensure that each bottle has the interesting flavors and easy-going personality reflective of its small-town upbringing.
Just outside of Naples, Italy in a town called Dugenta, Salvatore Diliberto's family crafts its own wine each year and stores it in the cellar of the castle next door. Though miles away from the vineyard and the old stone building, Diliberto carries on the Old World techniques at his Jamesport winery, where he tends to several acres of vines including franc and chardonnay. He presses the grapes, barrel ages the wine, and bottles it with Diliberto labels—some of which bear an artistic rendering of the castle in Dugenta.
In his tasting room, Diliberto presents his specialty wines to guests during a tasting experience designed to transport them to his ancestral home. He forgoes the bar experience in favor of the small table settings that one finds staggered outside an Italian café. A mural on one end of the room further heightens the sense of travel, trading the North Fork for the bustling streets and sentient traffic lights of a Tuscan mountain town.