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A whole new group of restaurants are headed out to the Hamptons beginning in Summer 2013 just in time to meet Manhattan's version of the "snow-bird", who instead fly east for the winter. Last summer The Bell & Anchor and Muse Restaurant's openings had us talking. This year, Eater Hampton is reporting a whole new class of bites and sips to add to our summer anticipation.
Nothing says "fine-dining" quite like lobster on a summer day. Finding fresh lobster, however, can be quite a challenge. But if you're spending time in the Hamptons before the summer comes to a end, you have to check out these six amazing locations that serve the best lobster you can find! More»
Let's get it straight, watermelon martinis are sooo last summer. This year, trendy eateries from Southampton to the eastern most tip of Montauk have been mixing the quintessential summer fruit with leafy greens, sometimes even topping it with cheese or few slabs of tuna. So if you like to keep your dinners as trendy as your style, or you just enjoy a really good salad, seek out these restaurants and demand the Watermelon Salad. You won't be disappointed. More»
Introducing Sag Harbor to her gourmet shop, Pepalajefa, right in the middle of July was a gutsy move for owner Livia Hegner. Based on the rave reviews this new foodie spot has acquired it seems that taking the risk was well worth it. The name of the shop, translates in English to “Pepa the boss,” an endearing nickname Livia had for a dear Spanish restaurant owner she once knew. More»
Did anyone else forget that Father's Day is coming up this weekend? Oops! Luckily for you, there's a quick fix to not buying Dad the lawn mower/grill/watch he always wanted: brunch. We selected some of the best spots in the Hamptons to enjoy a mimosa and a view, along with an artfully cooked meal. So treat your dad this year, and while you're at it, enjoy a few cocktails yourself. More»
The New York Post reported yesterday that on Sunday night, the most coveted table at Nick and Toni's in East Hampton was not occupied by Paul McCartney, Nancy Shevell, Steve Buscemi, Anne Hearst, Jay McInerney or Danny Meyer, who were all there dining, but instead but a group of unidentified hotties. The Post described them as, "an attractive trio of 20-somethings, a sylph-like blond and two buff men." A random group of beautiful twenty-somethings got the coveted table over Sir Paul!? They must've been smokin hot and really important right? Apparently not, because the hostess didn't even know who they were but simply seated them there because they were so gorgeous. If only Derek Zoolander could see them now. [Photo via] More»
Hard as it is to accept, summer is slowly sizzling down. With so few days left, we want to make sure that you use your time wisely. So, for this week, we're introducing the Hamptons Hot List: a quick and dirty rundown of the must-sees in food, nightlife, and activities for those precious last days of sunshine. First up: the hottest places to sate that summer appetite. More»
A recent commentor TomTom had the following to say about opening weekend:
Had dinner there last night, a Sunday, arriving at 9 PM. Fabio was standing at the entrance but he looked far from being interested in the restaurant. More»
Bostwick's Chowder House is a charming little establishment on the 27 in East Hampton. Check out photos from our lunch pit stop there this Sunday...
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.