6th Annual Lamb Roast at Paumanok Vineyards


Join Paumanok Vineyards and ILILI Restaurant 

for an evening of good food, superb wine, and friends in the spectacular setting of the vineyard at sunset.


This Event sells out fast so please book immediately!




General Public $200 per person

Paumanok Vineyards Wine Club Members $175 per person

(Plus Applicable Taxes)





Assorted Lebanese Mezza

Hommus, Garlic Minted Labne, Roasted Eggplant Tartar

Organic Heirloom Tomato Salad with Aged Goat Labne and Bulgarian Feta, Torpedo Onions, and Finca La Capellanía Olive Oil

Purslane and Lebanese Thyme Salad with Lebanese Green Olives

Grilled Octopus, Organic Fingerling Potatoes, Citrus, Paprika, Finca La Capellania Olive Oil


8 Hour slow cooked Lamb Shoulder Sumac, Aleppo Pepper

6 Hour slow cooked cured Pork Butt,  Harrisa

Charcoal Grilled Organic Chicken with Garlic Whip

Broken Lemon Tarte


Pecan Karabij (Pecan Semolina Cookies) with Maple Soapwort Fluff

(Ingredients subject to change due to market availability)



2015 Dry Rosé

2015 Festival Chardonnay

2015 Chenin Blanc

2015 Sauvignon Blanc

2015 Dry Riesling

2015 Semi Dry Riesling

2014 Barrel Fermented Chardonnay

2013 Assemblage

2013 Merlot

2014 Cabernet Sauvignon

2014 Cabernet Franc

2014 Festival Red

(Wine selection subject to change due to market availability)



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Through Their Eyes

It was our honor to be a part of Through Their Eyes : Photographs by Syrian Children. Documenting and sharing the plight of the children of Syria is very close to our hearts at ilili. These kids were given cameras to capture their lives, and how they interact with the world they've been thrown into amidst the ever evolving Syrian crisis. We're grateful to Chateau Musar, and Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery for helping to show the images, shot by these beautiful children, to the world. Special thanks to UNICEF for helping to preserve the culture these children are in danger of losing forever.

City Harvest's Bid Against Hunger

We're excited to be taking part in the 2015 Bid Against Hung. Since 1982, City Harvest has collected excess food from all corners of the New York City food industry — from mass suppliers, to individual grocery stores and eateries to distributed it to those who need it the most.

Funds go directly to keeping 19 trucks moving seven days a week to deliver nearly 50 million pounds of food a year.