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A number of new restaurants are opening up in the Hamptons this month, just in time to meet the eager droves heading out East this Memorial Day weekend. Last summer, The Bell & Anchor and Muse Restaurant's openings had us talking. This year, there's a new set of restaurants whetting our appetite for summer. Check out our updated round-up of new Hamptons dining destinations!
One of the best things about the beginning of the year are the many long weekend breaks that provide the perfect opportunity for a quick, fun vacation. You can have a last-minute weekend escape without having to go the distance. All of these getaways are less than a 4-hour car ride away. Given the cultural, recreational and fitness options available at these chic spots, it will be well worth the short travel time! More»
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»
At the American Hotel in Sag Harbor, the personality, charm and drinks are eternal. Ted Conklin bought the space in 1972 when it was a boardinghouse, a saloon with outhouses and a cellar filled with coal on the East End of Long Island. Ever since then, the hotel has build its way up and now has its own bar and restaurant with eight rooms to entertain all kinds of guests from the literary scene to the music industry. More»
Sag Harbor amped up the drama with a colorful sunset last night.
Rebecca Hessel Cohen breezed into WellNEST in Sag Harbor on Saturday morning wearing one of her own designs, a flowing and carefree LoveShackFancy dress in heavenly blue chiffon. Layered with gold jewels, a colorful Dannijo necklace and a hot pink mini Celine tote, I was shocked when Rebecca revealed that she hand dyed the dress she was rocking oh-so well. The collection, which was first a series of simple dresses designed for Rebecca's bridesmaids is now comprised of dresses, maxi skirts, camisoles, cropped and long racerbacks, shorts and mini skirts! 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»
-Scott Disick and his friends allegedly used Hamptons clubs to scheme on girls, often "steal[ing] anything they could get their hands on" from unsuspecting club goers. So that's how he got on reality TV. [HuffingtonPost]
-Who's ready for Super Saturday number 15? Use these insider tips to make the most of your bargain shopping experience [WSJ]
When eating out in the Hamptons, a lack of freshness is usually never an issue, especially since our fruits and vegetables come from minutes away and fish is generally caught within 24 hours of hitting the table. However, eating American style food, with only a hint of ethnic flavor can get real old, real fast. There might not be all that many authentic ethnic spots in the Hamptons, but there are a number of good ones. So from dosas to burritos to pad thai, check out the real spice of the summer. More»
A classic red Mustang took a day off to sun and fun. Spotted on Long Beach in Sag Harbor.
Peacefully bobbing boats just hang out in Sag Harbor's Marina on this perfect summer day.
Thursday, May 23
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.