• Those talented chefs who brought all of those many different, imaginative tastes to this great summer event, Dan's Taste of Two Forks.



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  • One Woman Wines and Vineyards brought delicious samples from their North Fork vineyard.



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  • Hailing from the North fork Hamlet of Peconic, Raphael Vineyard sent many of their specially crafted wines to add to the evenings choices.



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  • Sailor Jerry offered up their spiced rum, a spirit to spice up any evening.



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  • Executive Chef William Olivia, from Delmonico's of Southampton, holding the restaurant's cookbook filled with some of their famous recipes.



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  • Whetting more than just your food appetite, BMW brought two new hybrid sports cars, to be released this fall, for guest to try on and



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  • As the sun set the people arrived to fill the big tent and sample the many delicious offerings of food and drink, dance and have



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  • In the cool of the evening, the courtyard offered a lounge section complete with a pleasure boat by Hamptons Watercraft and a kitchen by Farrell



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  • Farrell Building Company brought a complete kitchen, equipped with Sub Zero appliances, which guests sat around and milled about as if they were at home.



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  • Farrell Building Company brought a complete kitchen, equipped with Sub Zero appliances, which guests sat around and milled about as if they were at home.



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  • Happily representing the Farrell Building Company was Steve Pryzby accompanied by Joanne Shumsk, who held court in the beautiful Farrell kitchen installation as if they



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  • Joseph Farina, a Sub Zero Group east representative takes a few moments to have some fun with giant forks.



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  • As the sun set the lights came up in the courtyard outside the big tent holding this year's great summer event, Dan's Taste of Two



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  • Forking around, friends Joshua Johnson, Kelsey Hooder and Chloe Gifkinn take a minute to pose for the camera.



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  • These two forks were almost big enough for Jenna Amoroso to get a taste of everything being offered.



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  • Farmer and grower of speciality mushrooms, David Falkowski finally found something that might be able to tackle the combing of his hair.



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  • Strawberries and summer, of course, offered by 668 The Gig Shack of Montauk.



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  • The Canti Prosecco reps were as bubbly as the great sparkling wine that seemed to flow endlessly.



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  • A North Fork favorite, Bedell Cellars.



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  • Martha Clara Vineyards of Riverhead on the North Fork, brought many of their delicious vines to enhance the Dan's Taste of Two Forks evening.



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  • Bridge Lane Wines were presented by Lieb Cellars from Mattituck on the North Fork.



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  • Macari Vineyards of Mattituck on the North Fork sent their delicious wines to compliment the evenings varied fare.



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  • Summer is rose time and the Jamesport Vineyards brought some of their own estate-grown rosé to enhance the party.



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  • Suhru Wines of Mattituck brought their wines made from a blend of grapes grown on the North Fork of Long Island and the Finger Lakes.



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  • Suhru Wines of Mattituck brought their wines made from a blend of grapes grown on the North Fork of Long Island and the Finger Lakes.



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  • Waters Crest Winery of Cuthchogue brought many of their delicious wine with a lovely, nicely chilled rose just perfect for a summer's evening.



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  • Amagansett Sea Salt Company gathers Atlantic Ocean water, bucket by bucket, to produce their special sea salt, some of which are flavored like the pink



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  • If you are going to cook, you need, even deserve good knives and the Hammer Stahl knives featured at this event are light and balanced



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  • Executive chef from Skinny Mei checks out the new BMW sports car.



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  • Bridgehampton's Topping Rose House offered mini bites of German chocolate macaroons, lemon cake and garden strawberries.



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  • Just in case you couldn't make it to the Corona Light station, there was a bucket of cold beer roving the tent.



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  • Chef wunderkind 19-year-old Gregg Grossman from Georgica Restaurant with fellow chef Seth Levine.



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  • Chef Marcel Link of Bridgehampton's Mercado restaurant offering a tasty shrimp bite.



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  • Chef and owners Brian and Pam Blackburn of Pellegrino's Pizza Bar & Restaurant of Noyac presented classic meat balls.



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  • News 12's Elisa DiStefano.



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  • The iconic man in the hat, Mr. Dan Rattiner.



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  • nnovative duck liver eclairs were the creation of First & South of Greenport.



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  • A Taste of Venice from Main Street in Cutchogue brought a beautiful fresh salad, perfect for a summer's evening.



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  • Chef Damien O'Donnel of East Hampton's Harbor Bistro prepared a spicy gazpacho.



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  • Chef Christian Mir from Stone Creek Inn in Quogue.



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  • Chef Danny Ye from restaurant Harlow in Sag Harbor gave a delicious new take on the lobster roll.



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  • Chef Cinzia Gaglio of restaurant Osteria Salina in Bridgehampton made summer magic with piles of cucumbers.



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  • Chef Claudio Sottile of Sag Harbor's Doppio Artisan Bistro offering his tasty bites.



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  • Owner of many East End fine eateries David Loewenberg, here for his Sag Harbor restaurant, Bell & Anchor where chef Sam McCland prepared a tasty



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  • Chef Arthur Wolf of East Hampton's Smokin' Wolf prepared smoke pork sliders.



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  • The chef Seth Levine of the Saltwater Grill at Gurney's Montauk prepared a flower-like serving of fluke crudo.



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  • Karine Bakhoum



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  • Having a little fun, executive producer of "LIVE! with Kelly and Michael" Michael Gelman takes to the red carpet with Karine Bakhoum.



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  • Executive producer of "LIVE! with Kelly and Michael," Michael Gelman takes to the red carpet with Karine Bakhoum and Two Forks.



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  • Executive producer of "LIVE! with Kelly and Michael," Michael Gelman.



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  • Dan's Taste of Two Forks co-host Katie Lee



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  • Dan's Taste of Two Forks co-host Katie Lee



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  • Dan's Taste of Two Forks co-hosts Geoffrey Zakarian and Katie Lee



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  • Dan's Taste of Two Forks co-host Geoffrey Zakarian



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  • Manhattan Media Chairman Richard Burns, Dan's Taste of Two Forks co-host Katie Lee, Dan's Papers founder Dan Rattiner and co-host Geoffrey Zakarian



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  • Nick Loeb founder of Pickle Crunch and Onion Crunch.



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  • Dara Tomanovich with Charlotte Bonstrom on the red carpet.



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  • LuAnn de Lesseps of "The Real Housewives of New York City."



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  • LuAnn de Lesseps with friend Suzanne Shaw.



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  • Kristen Taekman and LuAnn de Lesseps.



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  • Kristen Taekman and LuAnn de Lesseps having a little fun with forks.



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  • Kristen Taekman of "The Real Housewives of New York City."



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  • Richie Notar of Harlow East



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  • Lisa Mazzucco and Lynn Blumenfeld



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  • Chef Mark Militelo from Southampton's 75 Main presented a succulent shrimp bite.



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  • Chef Mathias Brogie of East Hampton's The Living Room



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  • The DJ kept the beat summer sizzling hot all night.



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  • Friends Nicole Noonan, Renee Adrienne Smith with the amazing Cassandra and Pamela Morgan on the red carpet.



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  • Lisanne Jacobs with artist and perennial contributor to the cover art of Dan's Papers Mickey Paraskevas, his new wife, Maria Bruno Jacobs, and new mother-in-law



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  • "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" regular Jonathan Cheban.



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  • Model Molly Simms



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  • A percussionist accompanies the DJ.



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  • Kristen Taekman with Katie Lee and LuAnn Lesseps.



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  • Renee Adrienne Smith with Cassandra, Anna Pump and her grandson.



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  • Dan's Taste of Two Forks honoree Anna Pump



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  • Geoffrey Zakarian gets the big fork entangled in the dread locks of farmer David Falkowski.



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  • Guest George DeMarco having fun with the big fork.



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  • George and Evelyn De Marco



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  • Anke of Anke's Fit Bakery with one of her healthy and delicious treats.



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  • Sag Harbor's Joe & Liza's hand-made ice cream, always a treat!



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  • A great cup of joe, courtesy of Hampton Coffee Company.



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  • Cheffe Collette of The Inn Spot delivered a sumptuous slurp of heirloom tomato soup and shrimp.



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  • A little Blue Moon beer to quench your thirst?



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  • Chef Todd Jacobs of Bridgehampton's FRESH restaurant.



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  • Chef James Carpenter Page at 63 Main Sag Harbor.



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  • An evening of dreamy food, pleasure boats, great cigars, sports cars and yes, why not dreams of the Bahamian Riviera with Baha Mar.



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  • Jonathan Cheban with twin forks.



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  • The ultimate market, Citarella, offered up tasty seafood bites.



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  • Chef wunderkind, 19- year-old Gregg Grossman from Georgica Restaurant.



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  • Chef Skinny Mei of Water Mill's Red Stixs.



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  • Chef John Heaney and the happy Shuckers Lobster & Clam Bar team.



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  • Chef Eric Miller of East Hampton's Bay Kitchen Bar and his team.



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  • Chef Scott Kampf and his team from The Southampton Social Club.



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  • Chef Michael Mosolino and his team from Deli Counter Fine Foods & Catering.



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  • Chef David Plath with his team from Grana Trattoria Antica in Jamesport.



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  • Bridgehampton's Mercado



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  • Randy Santos from Montauk's Navy Beach.



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  •  So many fine libations are possible with Hendrick's Gin.



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  • Chef Gary Gardell and the 668 Gig Shack crew from Montauk.



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  • The team from North Fork Table & Inn located in Southold.



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  •  Chef David Piacente and team member from Montauk's Gosman's



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  • The team from Westlake Fish House in Montauk.



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  • Kale never looked so good as when it was served up by The Old Mill Inn of Mattituck crew.



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  • Chef Todd Mitgang and team from Montauk's South Edison.



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  • Chef Arielle Ferrara of The Riverhead Project.



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  • The team from Lynn's Hula Hut in Montauk.



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  • Brian Fragakis, Britannia Tomesello, Ashleigh Castagnello and Saul Castagnello



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  • Dana Zimmerman and Kaan Karakaplan



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  • Charlie Erb and Jeremy Puntillo



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  • Alex Baranovich and Kellie O'Kunewicz



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  • Anna Cruz, Andrew Cruz and Shaun Evans.