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For today's daily deal, we want to introduce you to the Mamaroneck Beach and Yacht Club, an icon of the Long Island Sound. The members-only club is located on the landmark Osborne estate, whose buildings have been beautifully restored giving members the chance to ogle 19th-century architecture, that is of course lavishly updated in the decades since. This includes nine Har-Tru tennis courts with lessons, tournaments and leagues available, spacious meadows offer space for sports and relaxation, a marina with docks offering launch service at the mouth of the harbor, and a private beach on Long Island Sound with a fleet of kayaks, and swimming pools. Then there’s fine dining in the historic Clubhouse, overlooking the water, and casual fare at the outdoor Pavilion Café. At dusk you can end the day at one of Mamaroneck’s many special events, from clambakes and wine tastings. All of this should run you an $840 after obtaining a membership, but today you can get it for only $500! More»
The island of Manhattan is home to the greatest concentration of private clubs in this country, and no, we are not talking about the velvet-roped doors of the Meatpacking District. These elite institutions date back to the early nineteenth century, modeled after the gentlemen's clubs of London and retain the codes of behavior from that era. The buildings are reverent but nondescript, the fees are astronomical, and the dress code is de rigueur. Here are 7 members-only clubs, where the upper echelon of New York Society can freely mix business with pleasure.
Monday, March 10
Sean MacPherson took some time out to chat with us about his new restaurant, so click through to find out why we\'re calling Margaux your new go-to in NYC.