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In 2008 Surf Lodge, a quaint restaurant with a surf theme opened on Fort Pond with hardly much of a bang. Sure they had a hip chef running the kitchen and a verified Manhattan nightlife crew running the party scene, but the hundreds of cars and frat boys would take a year or two to fully figure out what was brewing in Montauk. Since then, the movement of the hampters (hipsters from Manhattan) and the share house yuppies looking to party in the Hamptons has consistently headed East (Luckily for Lizzie Grubman, Conscious Point isn't even a memory in the minds of current trend-seekers). Keeping on trend, Montauk's nightlife scene will continue to dominate the Hamptons this summer, despite the growing battle between the townsfolk and these summer subversives who will be infiltrating their territory come Memorial Day weekend. But we're not here to take sides, we're here to report. Check out our official guide to Hamptons Nightlife 2013! More»
No one knew what to expect when it was announced that The Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas was going to take over at the Sloppy Tuna for a night. Although there were no strippers or slot machines involved, the night definitely lived up to the few expectations anyone had. The line to get in was long, but partiers were happy and did a great job of staying very well hydrated all night long.
-The drama regarding "The Legs" statue in Sag Harbor drags on, this time with a lawsuit [CurbedHamptons]
-Remember when you too were a Hamptons virgin? Brings back the good old days when you didn't even know what Route 27 was [NYObserver]
The Surf Lodge is back, and will reopen this weekend refurbished and with new owners. Previously, the new ownership, Montauk Properties, LLC, announced a more family friendly atmosphere -- but what does that really mean for the flocks of Hamptonites that travel far and wide (well, along the Napeague stretch) just to spend a night at the space? The East Hampton Star sat down with Jayma Cardoso, the "last [wo]man standing" of the original owners of the Surf Lodge to talk about the changes we'll be seeing... starting this weekend. Here are some things you should know if you plan on checking out the "new" Surf Lodge: More»
After some serious construction, the Sloppy Tuna is coming back to Montauk this summer with some changes but the same "all about fun" attitude. After a soft opening last night, the restaurant and bar will re-open tonight to kick off summer. See some of what they have in store for this season below: More»
It's been a long and litigious winter -- from Southampton to Montauk there have been some heavy hitting changes out East. From the Surf Lodge being sold to Montauk Properties LLC, to renovations at the Sloppy Tuna, The Talkhouse, the Blue Parrot, and Banzai Burger, to who is replacing AXE Lounge, to boozy brunches, and pop up shops galore, see what's been happening in the Hamptons after the jump! More»
Surf Lodge, Montauk's best or bane (depending on who you ask), is apparently up for sale. The owners are ditching the property, which accrued 687 violations last summer and is in need of a $140,000 septic system repair. Owners Steven Kamali, Jamie Mulholland, Jayma Cardoso and Robert McKinley denied the story to the New York Post, promising Surf Lodge would be open for the summer and demurring that the corporation was not "actively pursuing a buyer."
No doubt the company is scrambling to address the news, which was inadvertently leaked in the midst of a contentious lawsuit between the hotspot and the town. News of the sale came out during a closed-door conference with a town judge, who repeated in open court the owners' plans to close down parent company Edgemere Montauk and sell Surf Lodge. Although Colin Astarita, the corporation's attorney objected, the information stayed on the record. Astarita has since been replaced by East Hampton lawyer Thomas Horn. Reports indicate that Surf Lodge is trying to delay the trial, which Town attorneys hope will conclude before the summer season begins. Pre-trial motions have been set for April 16th. More»
I was a little apprehensive as I got ready for my move out to the Hamptons for August. My J.Crew wardrobe only goes so far and I don't own a pair of K. Jacques sandals or a Tory Burch clutch. But before I knew it, I was unpacking in Southampton, buying an $8 beer at Talkhouse and eating a egg and cheese croissant sandwich at the Golden Pear. I adjusted quickly as the month flew by and am happy to say I'll be going home with some learned lessons about being a Hamptonite.
So we heard Charlie Sheen has been hanging out at the Sloppy Tuna, one of our favorite week night spots, so it must be cool, right? Well, we are about to make it super cool. One night, while throwing back a few drinks at The Tuna, I called somebody a "sloppy tuna." Without missing a beat, he turned around and flashed what has now become known as the Sloppy Tuna face (or Sloppy Tuna-ing) amongst friends, and most recently strangers... More»
Friday, May 24
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.