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INTRODUCTION Fall in the Hamptons is my favorite time of year. There are so many offerings available from the Hamptons International Film Festival, celebrating its 20th year, to pumpkin picking at one of the East Ends fabulous pick your own farms to an array of amazing fall festivals. The East End and its unbridled autumn beauty naturally makes it one of the most special places to visit or live in the world. We hope you enjoy Dans special fall preview with all the latest and up to the minute happenings in our guide to autumn.

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The Pleasures of Fall BY DAN RATTINER


o autumn comes to the Hamptons and the play is over, the actors gone, the producers and directors and stage managers gone, the paparazzi and hangers on gone, the well-to-do entitled to everything, gone, the helicopters, the corporate jets, the limousines, the European fashion models, gone. They’re all gone, back to the city. But wait a minute, they’ve left the scenery. It’s beautiful scenery. It’s everything. It’s the magnificent gardens and lawns, the stunning flowers and landscaping, the great clipped trees and hedgerows, the great arching canopies of giant oaks and elms over our main streets, our windmills. There are butterflies, rabbits, swans, ducks, squirrels and deer, there are osprey and hawks and bluebirds and plovers. The seals, their mating rituals at an end (as are those of the actors in the play), are at rest, honking and hooting out on their boulders a hundred yards or so offshore. The sizzling heat of summer is gone, yet it’s still short-sleeve and bathing suit weather, and the sand is clean and the ocean is at its warmest, so let’s you and I go down to the beach and dive through the surf for a swim. Any beach. There are no longer crowds on them. And without the need for a parking sticker we can go to any of them anywhere. Yes, the play is over, but the order to take down all this scenery has not yet been given. And so it remains, the bays, the harbors and estuaries, the windmills and ponds and parks and cliffs and rocks, the lawns and hanging planters and street furniture in town all still here. Did I mention that fish in the ocean have not yet gotten the message that the play has finished its run? Bushels of them, tons of them, are still flocking to the waters off the Hamptons as if it is still high summer, hoping for a look at Steven Spielberg or Christie Brinkley or Billy Joel or

Ernest Hemingway or whoever else they hope to flap their fins and gawk at. Their number peaks in the fall in the ocean waters around the Hamptons. Suddenly the blues are running. It’s a phenomenon no one has ever been able to explain. Yes, it’s you and me, but it’s also the serious sportfishermen, highly focused, roaring in their pickups now through the empty streets of our towns on a mission. They head for the marinas, to pile out of their cars and into their boats to head out to sea to catch their share of all this abundance. God Bless the Fishermen. The fancy stores, most of them, are still open after Labor Day and into the fall, at least on weekends, hoping to sell just one more blouse for $1,000 or one more pair of $250 sandals or one more $100 floppy hat. But as I said, it’s just you and me. And the wild eyed fishermen. Oh, and the surfers. September is hurricane season. Forget the summer showers and heat waves of July and August. In the autumn, the weather becomes high drama. The surf is up, the sea crashing spectacularly on the sand both before the hurricane arrives and after the hurricane leaves. The wind is high. Surfing this coast in the fall is one of the great joys of the surfer world. Watch them ride the curl. Or go out to Napeague and watch the windsurfers soar. It will be just you and me out there to watch them. That’s all. Go wherever you want in autumn. The roads are no longer crowded, there are no longer lines of cars blocking your way, jamming the parking lots, trying to make left turns or making stupid moves as they do when the play is having its summer run. Park right in front of the store you want to go to. Just walk across the sidewalk. There you are. The harvest begins in earnest on the farms

and fields of the Hamptons in the fall. The abundance includes potatoes, new wines, fruits and vegetables and spices. The spring and summer have been for planting and growing. Now it is the time for the heavy lifting of harvest. It all has to go to the markets. So it’s just you and me and the fishermen and the surfers and the farmers. Drive out to the Shinnecock Canal, the entryway to the Hamptons. There is no gate there. There is nothing that’s closed, nothing that’s barred the way to anyone who might come and partake of this autumn abundance. Look west. As far as the eye can see, there is nothing. There is just road, with only a few cars upon it. They are not coming. Turn to face the east. The Hamptons quietly awaits, as magnificent and beautiful as it is in high summer, but it is just for you and me. Enjoy it. Enjoy it while you can. Soon the trucks will appear far off down the Sunrise Highway to the west, and in them will be the stagehands and packers, and furniture movers and workmen, on their way to strike the set and bring the grand summer in the Hamptons to a final close. But that may not be until the very end of September or the middle of October. In the meantime—just you and me and the fishermen, farmers, surfers, merchants, surfcasters and locals—can maybe go down to the beach tonight, build a nice big bonfire, make some burgers, toast some marshmallows, pour a few drinks and clink our glasses. To the season: now ended. To friendship and family and good times. Long may it wave. Halleluiah. Soon it will be time for Halloween parties, Thanksgiving dinners and the exchange of presents at Christmas. After that, it’s over. Finally.


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dmittedly, it’s pushing it to say that china, the material symbol of a 20th anniversary, would be appropriate for the 2012 Hamptons International Film Festival which is marking its 20th year over the Columbus Day weekend, October 4-8. But china, or porcelain ceramic, a staple of art fired to hot degrees in the making, is known for its toughness and strength, even in fine form, words that could easily describe many HIFF filmmakers, directors and actors as well as their films. According to HIFF executive director Karen Anikian, the festival, “founded expressly to celebrate the best in independent film in its various forms,” continues to attract determined, innovative filmmakers from over 20 countries, screening 140 films, over five days including shorts, and attracting approximately 18,000 attendees each year. Although a potential blockbuster such as a Disney’s Frankenweenie, with Tim Burton, may slip in, as a kind of pre-festival Kids’ Red Carpet treat, the mission at HIFF remains to encourage and show independent mid budget films. The timing and location of HIFF couldn’t be better for visitors, residents and business owners -October in The Hamptons, which Anikian calls a “spectacular and immersive environment.” She points out that the fall film fest gives audiences a chance to be “surprised” by debut films, some of which may go on “to great success in the awards season.” But the festival, Anikian emphasizes, extends well beyond the showing of films. Over the four years of her tenure, she has instituted programs that clearly show HIFF moving toward being a year-round celebration of film, and increasingly focusing on collaboration and partnerships with major arts institutions, such as MoMA, Lincoln Center, The Water Mill Foundation, The Parrish Art Museum and now, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and its UK equivalent, The British Academy of Film and Television Arts, NY, as well as with schools.

The Summerdocs series at Guild Hall, now in its fourth year and hosted by Alec Baldwin, HIFF’s Honorary Chair, has become a “signature program” of the festival. Also this fall, reflecting Anikian’s interest in celebrating all manner of cinema art, the American costume designer Ann Roth, who has over 100 films to her plus an Academy Award, not nominations, will receive special tribute for her contributions to both the craft and the art of film. The embarrassment of riches goes on, as HIFF

continues its Breakthrough Performers series, highlighting the work of “exciting young actors,” several of whom are starring in 2012 HIFF films. This 20th Anniversary year, the festival is partnering with the film trade magazine Variety which, for the 15th year, has selected these “thesps” and will sponsor “a number of activities, seminars and social events” with them. They include: Adam Driver (“Inside Llewyn Davis”), Domhnall Gleeson (“Anna Karenina”), Bella Heathcote (“Not Fade Away”), Dree Hemingway (“Starlet”), Boyd Holbrook (“The Host”), Elyas M’Barek (“Turkish for Beginners”), Scoot McNairy

a Box,” a website dedicated to encouraging “open first submissions,” and he relies as well on recommendations from producers and distributors he’s come to know over the years who tend to represent bigger films. In his experience, based on ballot numbers and audience response, he’s found that late-night horror flicks don’t particularly play well on The East End, but what most certainly does play well is a “good European drama or a Romantic comedy.” Also a film that deals with the arts. Approximately 55% of offerings this year are American, but some international participants are new – an Aboriginal Australian and a Uruguayan filmmaker. The festival is much more, however, than the showing of films. Over the years it has taken on an educational component, giving out “grant packages” totaling over $200,000 that enable filmmakers to “keep telling their stories.” And it has more than kept up with the tech times, enhancing its website (thanks to PointBurst, a social media management firm), and now features a digital media program that includes on-the-spot social media reporters engaged in real-time coverage at various related events and a new blog that will feature posts on “everything from the latest film industry news and commentary to compelling interviews with industry insiders . . . and a behindthe-scenes look” at the festival. The program booklet is designed by London born, New York City based Cecily Brown, whose semi-figurative luminous abstracts seem well suited to the contemporary HIFF scene. The artist was selected by Michael Lynne, a founder of New Line Cinema and a specialist in contemporary art who sits on the boards of, MoMA and Guild Hall.


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(“Killing Them Softly”), Nate Parker (“Arbitrage”), Imogen Poots (“Knight of Cups”) and Alicia Vikander (“Anna Karenina”). Of course, The Big Questions concern the films. David Nugent, head of Programming for HIFF, picks movies with The East End’s “smart and engaged audiences in mind.” Starting in January he goes to Sundance and Berlin, among others, and also consults “Without

Venues this year continue to be the movie theater in East Hampton, Southampton, Sag Harbor, Westhampton and Montauk, but with more days this year in Sag Harbor. Bay Street Theatre remains the place for the Conversations, and Rowdy Hall will once again be hosting free discussion programs with coffee in the mornings.

The HIFF Box Office is located in The Retreat Boutique, Too, at 30 Park Place, East Hampton. 631-604-5675. HIFF headquarters will be The Maidstone, across from Guild Hall. Get the full HIFF schedule at www.danshamptons.com


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Honoring Richard Gere Each year, the Hamptons International Film Festival offers more than just screenings of films for audiences to see, but great lectures, intimate interviews and special series, like A Conversation With.. This year, HIFF was thrilled to announce Richard Gere as one of the guest speakers. An evening with Richard Gere, humanitarian, actor and Golden Globe winner, moderated by Alec Baldwin will offer an intimate look into the career, the craft, the films and the performances of Gere since he captured audiences more than 30 years ago with films like Looking for Mr. Goodbar, 1977, American Gigolo, 1980, An Officer and a Gentleman, 1982, Pretty Woman, 1990, Primal Fear, 1996, Chicago, 2002 and most recently, Arbitrage starring opposite Academy Award-winner Susan Sarandon and Brit Marling. Join host Alec Baldwin for a behind-the-scenes look into the amazing career of Richard Gere. At the end of the evening, Gere will also be honored with the Golden Starfish Award for Lifetime Achievement in acting.

FRANENWEENIE Tim Burton brings his unique, sometimes dark, but always entertaining genius to the Hamptons International Film Festival with the debut of his box office release, Frankenweenie, a featurelength adaptation of short film from 1984. This latest animation film from Burton stars Martin Landau as Mr.Rzykruski who inspires an aspiring young scientist, Victor Frankenstein, to experiment with bringing his dog Sparky back to life. This 3D stop-motion animated film is both funny and sensitive at the same time. Starring the voices of Martin Landau, Martin Short, Catherine O’Hara, Winona Ryder, Charlie Tahan and Frank Welker.

alan Cumming Other intimate conversations include Alan Cumming, acclaimed actor, director and Tony Award-winner (for his role in Cabaret). Cumming is perhaps best known for his performances in Emma, X2: X Men United, Titus, Spy Kids, Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion, as well as for starring in CBS’s The Good Wife as Eli Gold for which he was nominated for an Emmy, Cumming is also a successful director. The Anniversary Party was collaboration with Cabaret co-star, Jennifer Jason Leigh: they co-wrote, produced and directed the film, which was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival. Cumming also stars in Any Day Now and will be hosting the Golden Starfish Awards Ceremony at Guild Hall on October 7.

ZEN OF BENNETT An intimate portrait of Tony Bennett conceived, created and produced by the singer’s son Danny Bennett under the direction of Unjoo Moon. The film offers an intimate look on the recording process of Benett’s latest album, a duets collection. At 85, Bennett’s fans get more committed and Bennett’s career just gets better and better. The artists he works with on his latest project include; Andrea Bocelli, John Mayer, Lady Gaga, Aretha Franklin, to name a few. The audience will experience great insight and inspirational views on life. As part of the annual SummerDocs series at Guild Hall this year, the film festival is happy to bring “The Zen of Bennett” to the Festival.

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LOVE, MARILYN This year’s HIFF opening night film is the U.S. premiere of Liz Garbus’ LOVE, MARILYN. This HBO documentary film offers an intimate look into the life of one of the most beloved and beautiful female icons of the 20th Century. Marilyn Monroe will be forever in the hearts of fans and Garbus magnificently captures the true essence of her life through audio recordings, footage, notes, poems, handwritten letters and journals. The film includes readings and appearances from Viola Davis, Glenn Close, F. Murray Abraham, Adrien Brody, Marisa Tomei, Uma Thurman, Oliver Platt and many more. LOVE, MARILYN is a celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Marilyn Monroe’s death as well as a tribute to her life offering a deeper look at her vulnerable and sensitive side.

THE GIRL A look at one of the most celebrated directors of all time - master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock, and his relationship with one of his leading ladies, Tippi Hedren during the filming of “The Birds.” Director Julian Jarrold is best known for films like Becoming Jane and Kinky Boots, recreates famous scenes from one of cinemas most famous thrillers of all time and really captures the personalities of these two silver screen legends. Starring Sienna Miller as Tippi Hedren and Toby Jones as Hitchcock. -KAK

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fall fitness


all is the perfect time to continue staying in shape. The temperature gets cooler and the days grow shorter, there are many outdoor activities to help us stay in shape and incorporate into our exercise routines. From paddle boarding and hiking, to golf and rowing or kayaking, there are many choices that offer an invigorating workout. If you’re not in the best shape, start with walking and work your way towards additional goals as you progress. Make it part of your daily routine and walk in the morning or after dinner. Walking even for 40 minutes will improve your health dramatically. Walking, hiking, running or any type of exercise is simply good for the mind, body and spirit.

Starting from the inside out, Age Focus in Southampton specializes in age management through lifestyle and wellness solutions, nutrition and fitness. This state of the art top rated establishment offers everything from medical and cosmetic options to education and nutritional coaching. Age Focus is located at 365 County Rd. 39 in Southampton. For more information, please call 631-243-3628 or visit agefocus.com. Yoga is a great way to relax and stay fit. Mandela Yoga in Amagansett Square is one of the leading yoga studios on the East End. Mandela offers a variety of convenient classes and one on one sessions using yoga, meditation, cleansing, hands-on treatments,

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here are so many things to consider when it comes to beauty and health. Colors change, weather changes and trends definitely change. So, here’s a fall beauty jumpstart on what’s hot and what’s not. First Lady Michelle Obama definitely knows how to wow an audience with her powerful speeches, but who would have thought a simple manicure would stir up just as much attention? Michelle’s choice of color has been categorized as a “Dark and Stormy” color by Harper’s Bazaar and is all the rage this fall. Check out Chanel’s LeVernis “Graphite” color or, for a less expensive way to go, Essie offers several shades including “Cocktail Bling” that will work just as well. A few other standout colors this fall by Essie include; Miss Fancy Pants, Skirting the Issue, Recessionista and Stylenomics, to name a few. When it comes to fall make-up, it’s important to change up your colors. Find what works best with your hair color and skin tone, whether it’s earth tones or something bold. Katie Holmes will be the new face for Bobbi Brown with her natural beauty and subtle tones. Chanel, Cover Girl, Christian Dior as well as many others will offer magnificent options as well. When it comes to hair this fall, the “Perfect Pony” is in. Yes, if you have long hair or would like to add an extension, this is a hot trend as well as bangs, braids, hair accessories, bobs and golden locks. I guess Kim Kardashian was curious to see if blondes have more fun. Her latest hair change gives her quite a different look, but beautiful nonetheless. Taking care of your skin is very important and even more important as the weather changes. Facials and proper care are essential and offer amazing benefits like increased circulation and deep cleansing as well as relaxation and antiaging. Moisturizing is also important as the weather changes and we need to keep our skin hydrated at all times. A few favorites include; La Mer’s Ultimate Body Moisturizer, Nivea Body Smooth and Kiehl’s Crème De Corps. Also check out Blue Sage Day Spa in Mattituck, 631-298-4244. ––KAK



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Cutchogue North Fork Country Club 631-734-7139 East Hampton East Hampton Golf Club 631-324-7007 Maidstone Club 631-604-5203 Greenport Island’s End Golf Club 631-477-0777 Montauk Montauk Downs 631-668-5000 Quogue Quogue Field Club 631-653-9885 Riverhead Long Island National Golf Club 631-727-4653 Indian Island Country Club 631-727-7776 Sag Harbor Noyac Golf Club 631-725-1800 The Sag Harbor Golf Club 631-725-2503 Shelter Island

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here are so many great things happening for kids and the entire family this fall. A visit to our local farms this time of year is always great fun. Starting with Hank’s Pumpkintown in Southampton where you can not only pick

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your pumpkins, but enjoy the many kids activities the stand offers including; The Maze Park, Playground, Wagon Rides, Apple Orchard, Fall Decorations, Face Painting and Group Tours. Check their website for special packages and family fun. Open 7 days per week from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. (weather permitting), 324 County Rd. 39 in Southampton, 631-726-4667. The Milk Pail (U-Pick ) in Watermill is yet another U-pick fun farm stand offering apple and pumpkin picking. Their dwarf apple trees are a perfect size for all ages to pick from. Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for September and October as well as Monday, 9/3, 9/17 and 10/8 and Wednesday, 9/26. Located at 50 Horsemill Lane, Water Mill, 631-537-2565. Harbes Family Farm offers many fun attractions for the whole family to enjoy including; Frontier

land & Maze with Farm Animals, Pedal Cart, Teepee, Pony Rides, Gemstone Mining, Hayrides, Western Corn Maze and Games and Activities. Open Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday-Sunday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Additionally, the farm offers their Barnyard Adventure with friends like Dusty their popular pig, Billy Goat Gruff and Oreo a Nigerian goat. Call 631-2980800, Family Farm and Barnyard, 631-365-2937 or visit www.harbesfamilyfarm.com. There are pig races, a secret garden hedge maze, Bunnyville, Charlotte’s Web and more. Visit www.harbes. com or call April for more information at 631365-2937. At Stakey’s “Friendly Pumpkins”

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farm in Aquebogue kids will love the Scooby Doo Bounce House, Face Painting, Pony Rides, Corn Maze and picking their own pumpkins. After the family works up an appetite, stop at the Snack Shack and choose from delicious sweet roasted corn, refreshments, chicken nuggets, hot dogs and more. Open weekdays from noon-5 p.m. and weekends from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located at 270 West Lane in Aquebogue, 631-722-3467. Moving from land to the sea-theme, The Penguin Encounter at the Long Island Aquarium is an amazing experience. Get up close to the aquariums African Penguins and see what goes on at the Penguin Pavillion. Enjoy spending time at Penguin Pre-School and meet one of three young penguins who will swim, waddle and maybe dance around like Happy Feet. Weekends and Holidays times are at 11 a.m., 1:30 & 3:30 p.m. Please call to verify new fall schedule and to make an appointment. Pricing is $45 for members and $50 for non-members, 631-208-9200, ext. H20 (426) or in person. In addition, the aquarium also offers many other great interactive and educational programs for children as well as birthday parties and other fun events. The Long Island Aquarium is located at 431 East Main Street in Riverhead. When in Montauk, the Montauk Point Lighthouse and surrounding walks are great fun for the family. Learn about the history of one of the oldest lighthouses in the United States and then take a stroll and perhaps spot a few seals frolicking about in the waters. Enjoy a cup of hot cocoa at the café to warm up on those chilly fall days. For more information, visit www.montauklighthouse. com or call 631-668-2544. Enjoy this fall season with the kids on the East End. For up to the minute events, visit danshamptons.com each week.

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halloween fun on the east end

“Double, double, toil and trouble,” wrote William Shakespeare in Song of the Witches. Halloween, also known as Hallows’ Eve is a favorite celebration for many and kids and adults alike, we enjoy going to costume parties, watching scary movies, carving jack-o-lanterns and trickor-treating. There are so many fun things to do with the kids, so mark your calendars and enjoy! Saturday, October 20, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Enchanted Forest, at the Refuge Nature Center in Quogue. Follow your guide to meet whimsical, fun, and educational characters on the forest trails. The Parking lot will be full of games and activities. Dressing up is welcome. Children ages 2 to 7 must be accompanied with an adult. Reservations required $7 per person. Please contact the Refuge Nature Center, 631653-4771. Friday and Saturday, October 26-27, Annual Spooky Walk, 6:30 – 9 p.m. Dare to hike the dark and haunted Refuge trails and meet ghouls and goblins that take them over! This is a guided tour and will last approximately 40 minutes. For adults and children over 7, $10 per person. Please contact the Refuge Nature Center in Quogue, 631-653-4771. Saturday, October 27, Quogue Halloween Parade, starts at the East Quogue Firehouse, 631-728-5555 Sunday, October 28, noon to 3 p.m., ENCHANTED FOREST, follow your guide to meet whimsical, fun, and educational characters on the forest trails. The Parking lot will be full of games and activities. Dressing up is welcome. Children ages 2 to 7 must be accompanied with an adult. Reservations required $7 per person. Please contact the Refuge Nature Center, 631653-4771.

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enjoy some festive pumpkin carving. Choose a pumpkin from the patch or bring your own. Great fun for the whole family. $5 per person. Contact the Refuge Nature Center at 631-653-4771. Wednesday, October 31, Annual Pumpkin Trail Trick or Treat in the village of Sag Harbor at the local shops displaying SHCOC. For more information, please call 631-725-0011 For a full listing of fun events, please visit www.danshamptons.com.

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Sunday, October 28, SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 22ND ANNUAL RAGA-MUFFIN PARADE PUMPKIN TRAIL. Line at 1 p.m. at Agawam Park, Southampton. Children ages 9 and up are invited to wear their Halloween costumes. In case of rain the celebration will be held at the Southampton Inn Ballroom. The parade will be followed by a Pumpkin Trail and trick-or-treat in the village until 2 p.m. Sponsored by the Southampton Chamber of Commerce, 631-283-0402 Sunday, October 28, Sag Harbor Rag-AMuffin Halloween Parade at noon along Main Street in the Village. Come out and enjoy in the festivities and celebrate with the kids in costume. For more information, please contact 631-725-0011 Monday, October 29, Family Pumpkin Carving, 3:30-5 p.m. Come to the front lawn of the Refuge Nature Center in Quogue and


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Apple & Pumpkin Picking

fall in love with the east end’s bounty U

-Pick Farms and Our East End Farmers Fresh Markets. No matter what your apple of choice may be, there are a range of varieties grown right here on the East End. A few favorites include: Honey Crisp, Sun Crisp, Granny Smith, McIntosh and Ginger Gold, but there are many other selections to choose from as well. With that being said, one of the best things about living on Long Island is the abundance of “U-Pick” farms.

Wickham’s Fruit Farm in Cutchogue is considered an historic, bicentennial farm offering a wide variety of the freshest fruits and vegetables. Pick-your-own Macoun, Fuji and Empire apples, Tuesday through Friday and Macoun, Cortland and Empire apples on Saturdays. Freshly baked goods, pies and preserves and much more. Wickham’s Farm is located at 28700 Route 25 in Cutchogue. For more information, please visit www.wickhamsfruitfarm.com

Sag Harbor Farmers Market, open Saturdays through the end of October from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Located at the intersection of Bay Streets and Burke in Sag Harbor. Visit sagharborfarmersmarket.org or call 631-2866264 Southampton Farmers Market, open Sundays through October 7 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the grounds of the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton Village. Visit southamptonchamber.

During the fall season, pick your own farms are bustling with families who enjoy the annual tradition of apple and pumpkin picking. Whether you’re filling a bag with apples or a barrel with pumpkins, there are more than a few popular farm locations to choose from. It may not be the season for peaches, but apples are in full swing at the Davis Peach Farm at their orchard located on Hulse Landing. With over 20 different varieties available at the farmstand and lots of amazing fall treats like hot spiced apple cider and homemade jams, Davis Farm is a popular fall spot. Pick the perfect pumpkin or enjoy a few of the many fall festivities they have to offer. During the month of October the farm will have a fun straw maze for the little ones to enjoy. Davis Peach Farm is located on Hulse Landing Road in Wading River (just before Wildwood State Park), 631-929-1115.

Hank’s Pumpkintown is a place the entire family will enjoy. The fall offers great fun for the kids as well as apple and pumpkin picking (see page xx for more details). Hanks Farmstand is located at 324 County Rd. 39 in Southampton. Visit hankspumpkintown.com or call 631-7264667 A few other popular farms include Balsam Farms in Amagansett, 631-316-8784, Domaleski Farms in Mattituck,631-734-6886, Fox Hollow Farm in Calverton, 631-727-1786 and Harbes Family Farm in Mattituck, 631-298-0800,to name a few. Local farmers markets are open well into the fall season. Select from a wide variety of the freshest and most delicious treats. Indulge in locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables. Here’s the latest on our East End Farmers Markets for the fall season:

com or call 631-283-0402 Westhampton Beach Farmers Market, open Saturdays through November 17 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mill Road in Westhampton Beach. Visit westhamptonbeachfarmersmarket.com Flanders Farm Fresh Food Market, open Saturdays through October 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Located at the David W. Crohan Community Center in Flanders, 631-702-1908 Amagansett Farmers Market, open Wednesdays through October 31 from 2 to 6 p.m. Located at the East Hampton American Legion Post 419 in Amagansett. Visit ana@ turtleshellhealth.com or call 212-644-2604 The Montauk Farmers Market, open Thursdays through October 11 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Located on the Montauk Village Green for more information, please contact 631-668-2428 or visit montaukchamber.com

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ome people get all starry-eyed about a hint of ginger or vanilla in their grandmother’s apple pie. Take it from this farm girl, all you need for most fruit pies is “cinnamon and half again nutmeg.” My favorite pie apples are Haley’s Pink Ladies but they don’t ripens until November. In the meantime Briermere’s Gravensteins will do very nicely. For pie filling: 6 medium apples, cored, peeled and sliced 1 cup brown sugar, packed 2 tablespoons corn starch 1tablespoon lemon juice 1 tablespoon butter, diced 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg

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or spoon. Incorporate liquid into flour mixture about a third at a time with potato masher. Flour a flat surface and roll out dough for two crusts. Line pie pan with one crust. Fill with pie filling and cover with top crust. Use a fork to seal edges together and to poke holes throughout the top crust. This pie with leak in the oven, so wrap the pan loosely with a solid sheet of foil to catch spills. Bake for 1 hour, 15 minutes. Allow to cool for at least 15 minutes before serving. Serve warm with ice cream or a chunk of cheddar cheese.

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Allow to cool, then scoop flesh from the skin. For Pumpkin Pie Filling: 1 pound cooked pumpkin, mashed 1/2 cup butter, softened 1/2 cup vanilla soy milk 3/4 cup white sugar 1/4 cup brown sugar 2 eggs 1 tablespoon corn starch 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

You should have enough dough left over for one more bottom crust - so try your hand at my pumpkin pie recipe on.


For crust: 3 cups flour 1 1/2 cups vegetable shortening 5 tablespoons water 1 egg 1 tablespoon white vinegar pinch of salt Preheat oven to 400 degrees Mix all filling ingredients together in a bowl. In a separate bowl, cut shortening into flour with a pastry knife or a potato masher. Mix water, vinegar and egg together in a cup with a fork

I love the idea of pumpkin pie - spicy, sweet autumn bounty in a crust - but I’ve never cottoned to using evaporated milk in anything. So I developed this recipe - no one has ever missed the milk. If you don’t like canned stuff yourself - cook your own pumpkin, here’s how: Preheat oven to 425 degrees Remove stem and cut pumpkin in half. Scrape out the seeds. Put about an inch of water in a rectangular baking dish. Place pumpkin halves open side down in pan. Bake for 1 hour.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix all filling ingredients together with an electric mixer until smooth. Line pie pan with crust. Pour filling into crust. Bake for 1 hour. Allow to cool for a least 15 minutes before serving. Served warm or cold with ice cream or a dollop of whipped cream. --STACY DERMONT



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he North Fork is home to more than 50 wineries and tasting rooms, all of which offer their own distinct blend of wine, ambiance and personality. From family-friendly farms and cozy French cottages, to elegant tasting halls and intimate patios, the wine trail has something to suit everyone’s taste. Here, we will travel eastward along the North Fork Wine Trail, and visit nine distinct, award-winning vineyards. For more information on North Fork wineries, visit danshamptons.com Baiting Hollow Farm The Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard is the first stop on the North Fork Wine Trail and is by far one of the most unique. In addition to the award-winning wines and live music that most vineyards offer, the Baiting Hollow Farm uses the proceeds from its tasting room and wine sales to fund an onsite horserescue, which has saved 27 horses over the last five years. This large venue, which can be booked for weddings, parties or corporate events, features both indoor and outdoor tasting areas, as well as a food-court and family-friendly activities, such as face painting, pony rides, and free tours of their rescue barns. 2114 Sound Avenue, Calverton 631-369-0100 baitinghollowfarmvineyard.com Comtesse Thérèse Bistro In a quaint home built in 1835 lives the charming Comtesse Thérèse Bistro, Long Island’s only vineyard-restaurant. Since 2001, owner and winemaker, Theresa Dilworth, has been using Hungarian, Russian, Canadian and French oak barrels to produce her award-winning wines. The Bistro offers five tasting flights of their own estate wines at both their indoor and outdoor wine bars and has a vineyard tour every Saturday at 3 p.m. In the dinning room, guests can enjoy classic French cuisine prepared by L’Ecole Cordon Bleu trained Chef Aristodemos Pavlou, using local ingredients and the Bistro’s own freshly grown herbs. As the French-inspired dinning room seats 28, reservations are encouraged. 739 Main Road, Aquebogue 631-779-2800 www.comtessetherese.com


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Sherwood House Vineyards Nestled among the cornfields and farms of Jamesport, Sherwood House Vineyards offers a warm and inviting tasting experience. Guests can enjoy Sherwood’s popular white merlot or Burgundy-style chardonnay, as they gather around the large, brick fireplace; they are also welcome to sit and sip in the cozy nooks that the newly-renovated 1860s farmhouse provides. Behind the farmhouse, visitors will find a rustic barn, suitable for intimate gatherings of up to 40 people. Sherwood House Vineyards offers live music every Friday and Saturday evening, and the venue can be booked for weddings and private parties. 1291 Main Road, Jamesport 631-298-1396 sherwoodhousevineyards.com



Martha Clara Vineyards There’s always something to do at Martha Clara Vineyards on the Entenmann’s Family Farm. In addition to sampling their awardwinning wines in either their spacious, public tasting room, which is open daily, or their more intimate, private tasting room, Martha Clara Vineyards offers live music every weekend, horse and carriage rides, a farm-style petting zoo, and wine education series. New this year, guests are invited to bring their dogs to the bi-monthly Vines & Canines Vineyard Walk, where they will join Martha Clara winemaker Juan Micieli-Martinez for a onemile walk around the vineyards. Martha Clara Vineyards features a large dining room, which is available for weddings and private parties. 6025 Sound Avenue, Riverhead 631-298-0075 marthaclaravineyards.com





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Lieb Cellars The Lieb Cellars, whose award-winning wines are exclusively offered at City Field, Jones Beach and Terminal 5, offers a different atmosphere than most on the Wine Trail. Set at the doorstep of the Premium Wine Group’s customcrush facility, which produces wine for a number of the North Fork’s boutique wineries, the Lieb Cellars tasting room is a space that is both sleek and modern, yet relaxed and intimate. Known for their pinot blanc and steel-barreled petit Bordeaux, they feature live music on their front lawn each weekend, and can be booked for smaller, private parties. 35 Cox Neck Road, Mattituck 631-734-1100




Vineyard 48 For those looking for a more upbeat flavor, there’s Vineyard 48, in Cutchogue. With live DJs every weekend, a hand-rolled cigar bar and attendants in Ed Hardy T-shirts, this is not your grandmother’s vineyard. But despite its nightclub atmosphere, Vineyard 48 produces a number of award-wining wines from their own grapes and offers tastings daily. Their spacious outdoor tent can be booked for weddings and private parties, and they provide a free barbecue every Sunday throughout the fall. 18910 County Road 48, Cutchogue 631-734-5200 vineyard48wines.com


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Peconic Bay Winery The Peconic Bay Winery invites you to come for the wine and stay for the music at their 80-acre vineyard and tasting room in Cutchogue. They offer daily tastings of their award-winning reds and whites, including their surprisingly dry riesling and their all new sparkling hard apple ciders, in their relaxed indoor and outdoor tasting areas. The Peconic Bay Winery features open-mic nights every Thursday, Friday Fish Fries, provided by Buoy One in Riverhead, and live music each weekend. Their picturesque vineyards are available for weddings, private parties and corporate events. 31320 Main Road, Cutchogue 631-734-7361; peconicbaywinery.com The Lenz Winery The Lenz Winery was founded in 1978, making it the second oldest vineyard on Long Island, and boasts some of the most mature grape vines in the country. Winemaker Eric Fry, who has been with Lenz since 1990, is known for his commitment to quality and attention to detail and focuses on making rustic, old-world style wines. Most noted for their gewürztraminers and merlots, Lenz is an estate winery with a “high-touch” philosophy, leading to smaller productions of higher quality wines.They feature live music every weekend, and hold Saturday tours, though reservations are required, and welcome both weddings and private parties. 38355 Rt 25, Peconic 631-734-6010 lenzwine.com Sparkling Point The last vineyard on our tour, and nearly the last on the North Fork Wine Trail, is the elegant and sophisticated Sparkling Pointe Vineyard, which produces method de champenoise sparkling wines exclusively. Located in Southold, Sparkling Pointe serves their award-winning bubbly in their grand tasting hall, accented by sparkling crystal chandeliers, as well as the private “Bubble Room”, and a large outdoor patio area, all of which can be booked for weddings and private parties. Every Saturday in September and October, Sparkling Point will be featuring a local oyster raw bar and live music each Sunday. 39750 County Road 48, Southold 631-765-0200 sparklingpointe.com


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WÖlffer estate vineyard

ounded in 1987, Wolffer Estate Vineyards is one of the top producing vineyards of award-winning vintages on the East Coast. The sprawling 55-acre winery is actually part of a 175 acre horse farm. The views and backdrop are breathtakingly beautiful, making it the perfect setting for a wedding or special occasion. The vineyard’s Tuscan-style elegantly-designed tasting room offers ample space for a large gathering, fundraising or corporate event. Winemaker Roman Roth and the late Christian Wolffer (founder of Wolffer Estate Vineyards) created a magical experience by pairing the perfect wine with the ideal location. Each year Wolffer is host to a plethora of

events, and their Annual Harvest Party is one of the most heavily attended. This year’s Harvest Party, scheduled for Sunday, October 7 from noon-5 p.m., will feature music by Clinton Curtis, a horse jumping competition, picking and stomping grapes, delicious food and gourmet lunch. There will be great fun for kids including; pumpkin rolling, a petting zoo, hayrides, face painting and more. In addition, Wolffer hosts Twilight Thursdays, a night of smooth jazz and smooth tasting wine. For more information on Wolffer Estate Vineyards, please visit www.wolffer.com or call 631-537-5106, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack.



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o you were wondering what wine to pair with your favorite dishes? Well in doing a bit of homework, I learned there are guidelines to simplify your decision. Proper wine and food pairing can really enhance not only your dining experience, but the flavor of your meal. While many diners look to the expertise of a

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wine picks Syrah Vine (from the Rhône Valley in France) Pairs excellent with steak, beef, wild game and stew

Chardonnay Vine A good choice for fish and chicken dishes

Pinot noir The perfect pairing for grilled salmon, chicken, lamb or Japanese cuisine

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sommelier when dining out, it’s helpful to have a little knowledge of your own as well. After all, wouldn’t it be great to impress your guests with some savvy understanding of wine at that next fabulous dinner party? Here are a few tips to help you become better acquainted with wine and food pairing at a glance. Fish prepared in a rich buttery sauce should be paired with a full flavored wine like chardonnay, and when prepared in a lemon sauce, sauvignon Blanc is the perfect choice. Beef is matched well with cabernet, merlot, malbac, Bordeaux and Shiraz. Tannins found in red wines help break down the fats left in your mouth and cleanse the palate, while pork is best paired with a light wine like Beaujolais offers the subtle hint of strawberry flavor. Barbeque pork barbeque is best suited to a dry white wine like pinot grigio. Chicken prepared in a heavy sauce (full flavored sauce) is complemented well with chardonnay or white burgundy and for duck, a red burgundy or pinot noir. When it comes to shellfish, lobster and scallops are rich in flavor and pair well with chardonnay, while shrimp is perfectly matched with sauvignon blanc or Champagne. And then there is CHEESE, my favorite food item. I could live on cheese, wine and, French baguette every day of the week. What’s not to love? Soft cheeses like brie and chevre are best paired with a glass of chardonnay, pinot grigio or sauvignon blanc. Hard cheeses like parmesan, asiago and cheddar go well with pinot noir (tannins in a pinot noir help balance the sharp flavor.) And a creamy delightful bleu cheese, gorgonzola or Roquefort is best paired with a fine glass of port wine. Salute! --KAK

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WHALERS BUCKS RAFFLE & COCKTAIL PARTY 9/29, 6- 8 pm. Cocktail party and drawing. Proceeds benefit Sag Harbor Food Pantry and the Community House at Old Whalers’. For more information, please call 631-725-0894. JOE ROBINSON

HARBOR AMERICAN MUSIC STAGE CONCERT & FUNDRAISER 9/28 & 9/29, 8 p.m. Old Whaler’s Church, 44 Union Street. Performance by John Hammond. $20 General Admission. VIP available. 917-715-4116 or www.sagharbormusic.org.

9/29. Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76 Main Street, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-1500, www.whbpac.org.


SOUTHAMPTON ANTIQUES FAIR 30 9/30, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. White House, 159 Main St., SH.

9/28. 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. South Fork Natural History Museum, 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, BH. Catch the full moon on this SoFo stroll. 631-537-9735, www.sofo.org. SOUTHAMPTON SEPTEMBERFEST 9/28-29. Agawam Park, SH. Headlining Saturday will be Scars on 45. Miles to Dayton, The Montauk Project, and other are also scheduled to perform. www.southamptonseptemberfest.com

Celebrate Hot Cider Day. Antiques, furniture, jewelry, vintage clothing, glass, ceramics, artwork, and a variety of collectibles will be sold in the house and on the lawn. 631-283-2494.



JOHN HIATT & THE COMBO 9/28. Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76 Main Street, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-1500, www.whbpac.org. SUNSET FRIDAYS 9/28, 5 p.m. to sunset with a performance by Obed Jean Louis, Wolffer Vineyard, 139 Sagg Road, SGK. Wines by the glass, bottles, mulled wine and cheese and charcuterie plates for purchase. No cover charge. 631-537-5106, www.wolffer.com.



10/1, 6:30 p.m., At the Chamber of Commerce located at 76 Main Street in Southampton, 631-2830402 or visit www.southamptonchamber.comwww. southamptonseptemberfest.com THE BEST OF THE BEST FINAL VOTING 02 10/2, Go to danshamptons.com/bestofthebest and see details on how to vote for your favorite East End business in: Arts & Entertainment, Food & Drink, Health, Wellness & Beauty, Home & Professional Services, Pets, Recreation, Travel & Tourism, Restaurants & Nightlife, Shopping and wines. HUGS, INC. 10TH ANNUAL CHARITABLE FUNDRAISER




10/2, 10:45 a.m. At Hampton Hills Golf and Country Club. HUGS, Inc. programs are designed to empower youth, parents and the community with healthy choices. County Road 31, Westhampton, 631-288-9505 or email hugsdirector@me.com

PADDLERS FOR HUMANITY 8th ANNUAL BLOCK CHALLENGE 10/5, 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Located at the Montauk Lighthouse, 2000 Montauk Hwy Please visit www.p4h.org or call 917-834-3888


THE 2ND ANNUAL SAN GENNARO FEAST OF THE HAMPTONS 10/6 & 7, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., The Hampton Bays Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to come and enjoy a fun day of music, food, vendors and activities. For more information, please call 631-728-2211 or visit www. hamptonbayschamber.com GREATER WESTHAMPTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FALL ARTS & CRAFT SHOW 10/6 -8, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.,The annual Columbus Day Arts and Crafts Show brings over 75 artisans and craftsmen to the village. For information about participating in the show, go to www.westhamptonchamber.com/arts_crafts_shows. php or call 631-288-3337 MONTAUK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FALL FESTIVAL 10/6 & 10/7, On Saturday, The Montauk Chamber of Commerce Fall Festival will feature spectacular a Grucci fireworks sponsored by Atlantic Terrace at 7 p.m. on Umbrella Beach. Also on Saturday the family-festival will kick-off at 11 a.m. with its Famous Clam Chowder contest. Over 30 local restaurants will participate. Nancy Atlas will perform and the Uncle Susie Band from 2-5 p.m. Inflatable rides, food, farmers market and more. 631-668-2428 or info@montaukchamber.com 55 YEARS AT THE BRIDGE! 10/6, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Celebrating auto racing in Bridgehampton. Held on the beautiful grounds of the Bridgehampton Historical Society at 2368 Montauk Hwy in the heart of Bridgehampton. Visit www. bridgehamptonraceway.com for more information.

BAYSTREET THEATER 9/28, 8 p.m. Bay Street Theater presents Legends of American Music, an all new legends film from Lauro and historic films on Fridays. Some proceeds will benefit the Sag Harbor Music Festival. Tickets are $15. Bay Street Theatre www.baystreet.org


9/29. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Rogers Mansion, 17 Meetinghouse Lane, SH. Southampton Historical Museum celebrates life in 19th Century Southampton with a variety of activities for the family. Civil War re-enactors will make camp, practice rifle shooting and parade. Free admission, 631-283-2494, www.southamptonhistorical museum.org.


THE HAMPTONS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL | October 4 - 8 Join in the 20th Anniversary across the Hamtpons. Founders Passes available now at hamptonsfilmfest.org; Box office opens September 20.

Long island garlic festival 9/29 & 9/30 At the Garden of Eve Farm in Riverhead. Featuring organic garlic and a wide variety of garlicinspired foods, crafts, live music. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., gardenofevefarm.com, 631-722-8777


10/6, Pedigrees, designer dogs and mutts are all welcome to take the two-mile walk to the ocean starting from Mulford Farm in East Hampton from 9 a.m. – noon. Free microchipping, contests and treats. Register and collect pledges online at www.arfhamptons.org. For more information contact Jamie@arfhamptons,org or call 631537-0400, ext. 215. ANNUAL SIDEWALK SALE IN SAG HARBOR 10/6 & 7, Throughout Sag Harbor Village, 631-725-0011

SOUTHAMPTON SEPTEMBERFEST 9/28-29. Agawam Park, SH. Headlining Saturday will be Scars on 45. Miles to Dayton, The Montauk Project, and other are also scheduled to perform. www.southamptonseptemberfest.com




GREG ALLMAN & BAND 05 10/5. 8 p.m., Rock and blues singer, keyboardist, guitarist

and songwriter as well as the founding member of The Allman Brothers Band performs at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $55, $140, $125, 76 Main Street, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-1500, www. whbpac.org.

10/6 8:00pm Dances taught by Chart Guthrie with live Celtic music at the Water Mill Community House. $14 Adults, students $7 and children up to 16 free. For more info call 631-725-3103 or go to litma.org


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FALL RUMMAGE SALE 10/19 &10/20, Friday 4-6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.noon Bag sale on the second Saturday of the sale. For more information, please call, 631-283-1296





10/6, 4 p.m. The Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum. Foreign coins from the Netherlands, France, Portugal, Britain and Spanish America circulated in the American Colonies up until the first time U.S. coins were minted in 1793 and until they were demonetized in 1857. The Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum is located at 200 Main Street, 631-725-0770.

15th ANNUAL 5K RUN FOR THE RIDLEY 20 10/20 10 am Benefit for Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation. 428 East Main Street 631-3699840 or riverheadfoundation.org

GOV’T. MULE 25 10/25. Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76

Main Street, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-1500, www. whbpac.org. SOUTHAMPTON CHAMBER NETWORKING NIGHT



10/25 5-7pm 50/50 Raffle $15 dollars, all are welcome. 631283-0402 southamptonchamber.com

07 BILL COSBY COMES TO WHBPAC 10/7, 8 p.m. Entertainment icon and legendary comedian, Bill Cosby performs at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, Tickets are $170, $145, $100, 76 Main Street, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-1500, www.whbpac.org.

november DAVID BROMBERG QUARTET 03 11/3. Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center,

76 Main Street, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-1500, www.whbpac.org.


Saturdays. 10/9-4/6 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Stony Brook University. Italian Levels 1-4. Annual fee of $250. Contact Donna Severino at 631-632-7444 or dseverino@italianstudies.org, www.stonybrook.edu.

KEB’ MO’ 04 11/4. Westhamptont Beach Performing Arts Center, 76

Main Street, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-1500, www. whbpac.org.

THANKSGIVING WEEKEND SALE 23 11/23 through 11/25. Parrish Art Museum, 25 Jobs Lane, SH. NICK LOWE AT THE Westhampton Beach 13 Performing Arts Center

10/13, 8 p.m., Nick Lowe promoting his new album The Old Magic, comes to Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76 Main Street, Westhampton Beach. 631-2881500, www.whbpac.org.

SOUTHAMPTON ANTIQUES FAIR 14 10/14 9am-3pm. Free admission! Chocolate Aunts Day! At

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ongoing THE SECRETS OF BEEKEEPING Class repeats third Thursday of the month through October. South Fork Natural History Museum, 377 BridgehamptonSag Harbor Tpk., BH. A course for the novice beekeeper or to improve your beekeeping skills. $200. 631-537-9735, www.sofo.org. The WHBPAC’s ARTS AND EDUCATION PROGRAM Acting Up, classes in puppetry and acting for children ages 5-7, Tuesdays from 4- 5 p.m. Program fee $225. Adventures in Acting for children ages 8-11, Tuesdays, 5-6:30 p.m. October 9-December 11. Call Juleinne Penza at 631-2882350, ext. 114 for more information.


Whalers’ Bucks Raffle Drawing & Cocktail Party Saturday, September 29, 2012, 6:00 pm at Old Whalers Church of Sag Harbor, 44 Union St, Sag Harbor, NY


Eric Fischl: Beach Life Friday, October 5, 2012, 11:00 amGuild Hall, 158 Main St, East Hampton, NY


Country Hoedown & Ballroom Benefit Dance Friday, October 12, 2012, 7:00 pm at The American Legion Post #419, 15 Montauk Hwy, Amagansett, NY


The John Drew Theater at Guild Hall in Partnership with The Naked Stage presents FREE Stage Readings: Porter’s Will by Monica Bauer. Tuesday, October 16, 2012, 7:30 pm Guild Hall, 158 Main St, East Hampton, NY


Guild Hall presents FIESTA! Sunday, November 4, 2012, 2:00 pm Guild Hall, 158 Main St, East Hampton, NY


Film Screening “Sinful Davey” (1969) John Hurt Thursday, November 8, 2012, 5:00 pm at The East Hampton Library, 159 Main St, East Hampton, NY


The Met: Live in HD presents Adès’s The Tempest—Met Premiere Saturday, November 10, 2012, 1:00 pm Guild Hall, 158 Main St, East Hampton, NY

Monday Book Club

19 10/19, 8 p.m., Grammy-award nominated humorist and best DAVID SEDARIS

Monday, October 15, 2012, 1:30 pm | Amagansett Free Library, 215 Main St, Amagansett, NY

selling author will read excerpts from his personal journals and writings. Tickets are $100, $90, $80, Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, 76 Main Street, 631-2881500, www.whbpac.org.

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HERON YACHT CHARTERS BY KELLY KRIEGER aptain Cameron McLellan has never had Captain Shannon McLellan, navigates guests for a job on land. Not many of us can say the a few hours, a day or a weekend through waters same, no matter how long we’ve lived on the of the East End—Navy Beach and Montauk Yacht East End, but for Cameron, a sixth-generation Club Parties, Long Island and Block Island voyages fisherman and captain, a life on the water comes (during the summer)—and beyond. With elegant naturally. McLellen has navigated some of the staterooms accommodating up to six people most extreme circumstances and is one of the for overnight and weeklong excursions, teak few captains to have safely led his crew through decking and lounging space indoors and out— the Perfect Storm (while fishing off George’s even gourmet meals—the Heron is a unique Bank in Newfoundland in 1991). His lifelong vessel, a reflection of those at its helm. watery journey has now put him aboard Heron Born and raised in Maine, Cameron has journeyed the waters off Maine, Iceland and Yacht Charters. But he’s not alone. Heron, a 63-foot custom Chile, even the Bering Sea, since childhood. After catamaran run by Captain McLellan and his wife, retiring 10 years ago from the fishing business,


captaining his 72-foot stern trawler (which also served as a study-aboard program for students tracking the science of fishing, management and fish species, and collecting data for college marine study programs), Cameron was ready for the next chapter in his life. It wasn’t long before he found the perfect vessel and new direction with Heron. This grand catamaran, built in 1998 by designer Chris White, was in need of refurbishment and a lot of love, but once it was returned to its original, pristine condition, it was ready to carry Cameron to further adventures. It was during a sail from Maine to the British Virgin Islands that he met Shannon, “and a week later, we were engaged,” he says. The perfect sailing pair was complete. Shannon has more than ten years experience sailing passages between New England and the Caribbean and a degree in Environmental Science. Additionally, she extensively studied coastal ecology as well as participated in bio-survey and coral reef studies around the world. Her expertise, personality and attention to fine detail are inspiring. After another summer on the East End, the couple recently set sail for New York City for the

first time, docking at North Cove Marina on the Hudson River in Battery Park City (aka Monaco on the Hudson) and offering private charters for corporate outings, rehearsal dinners and other special occasions. Then as the weather turns colder, it’s down to Anguilla for some Caribbean adventures—surfing and diving trips, spear fishing and snorkeling—and another tropical winter on the water. Where else? -- Kelly Ann Krieger 20009

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The Montauk Manor is offering great fall specials. The Manor’s Surf Caster Getaway is a 4-night (consecutive stay) with the fourth night for


ow that the hustle and bustle of summer has passed, fall is a wonderful time for a quick getaway. Whether it’s a romantic escape for two, or family weekend with the kids, there are great deals and lots to do on the East End. Many East End hot spots are offering great deals and unique opportunities to make a weekend of fun very affordable. The Southampton Inn is offering a September mid-week special, with a 5 night mid-week stay priced at $198 per night, a 4-night stay at $209 per night and a 3-night stay at $219 per night. This special fall deal runs through September 30. The Southampton Inn is also promoting their Thanksgiving weekend special that will include accommodations, great amenities and a delightful Thanksgiving dinner

with all the trimmings. The Inn provides the best of everything. For more information, please visit southamptoninn.com or call 631-283-6500. The Village Latch Inn in Southampton is a Gatsby-like home away from home luxury inn that provides great amenities and the perfect location all wrapped into one. In addition, they also offer the option to book one of their elegant villas on their 5-acre property. Check

out their mid-week off-season rates starting at $195 and up per night. The Village Latch Inn is located right outside the heart of Southampton Village. Visit villagelatch.com or call 800-5452824 or 631-283-2160 for more information and reservations. Driving further east, the historic Baker House in East Hampton stablished in 1650 is one of the most exclusive and luxurious Bed and Breakfasts you will ever have the pleasure of visiting. Rated “The Most Excellent Inn of the Americas” by Conde Nast for the past several years, this unsurpassed Inn offers every amenity

needed for a perfect stay on the East End. Breakfast is served daily. Their luxurious spa offers a menu of services for those looking for extra pampering and total rest and relaxation. For special offerings and off season rates, please call 631-324-4081 or visit bakerhouse1650.com.

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Gurney’s Inn Resort and Spa in Montauk provides excellent service, outstanding amenities and an oceanfront view that will take your breath away. Although the resort stays busy year-round, Gurney’s offers great packages and deals for a weekend getaway or mid-week retreat. Gurney’s Indian Summer Escape is priced at $699 per couple and includes a 2-night stay in an oceanfront room, breakfast for 2 ($15 credit per person) each morning, dinner for 2 ($25 credit per person), use of the Sea Water Spa facilities, tax and service charge. This offer is good Sunday-Thursday and runs through October 31. For reservations and further details, please visit, gurneysinn.com or Dans_BHThird_BH 5/3/12 2:42 PM Page 1 call 631-668-2345.

free. Choose from a studio, one-bedroom or two-bedroom suites. Reservations must be made in advance and there is limited availability (offer runs through December 20.) Professor Plum, Mrs. Scarlet and Col. Mustard may even book a room for the Murder Mystery Weekend at the Manor, November 2-4. This fun filled event hosted by Keith O’Leary and Margo Morrison, the world famous producers and creators of Murder Mystery Weekend, Inc. and Murder Mystery USA will surely keep your adrenalin pumping with an entire weekend of murder mystery and mayhem. This special offering includes a 2-night accommodation, hors d’ oeuvres at an opening reception (with a cash bar), breakfast and lunch Saturday, dinner Saturday night (cash bar) and Sunday Brunch! For more information, please visit montaukmanor.com , 631-668-4400. THE MILL HOUSE INN, in East Hampton, 631324-9766, is another great option. Pack your bags and drive to the East End for your fall getaway, you’ll have the time of your life. -- KAK

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NORTH FORK restaurantS

The North Fork and Downtown Riverhead is always a great place to visit, dine and shop. Greenport and Downtown Riverhead have really created a renewed interest and has become a popular destination for not only weekenders, but those who are looking for something different and something unique or not-so-ordinary. There is nothing pretentious about the restaurants on the North Fork and Riverhead or wine country, there is simply some of the most enjoyable and incredible eateries. Starting with the newly expanded Noah’s located on Front Street in Greenport where Executive Chef Noah Schwartz and his wife Sunita have brought their experience in the culinary world from their time spent in the Sonoma Valley back to

the East coast. Serving the freshest seafood and the finest wines, what else could top that, but their raw bar menu offering a variety of Oysters. Noah’s is located at 136 Front Street in Greenport, 631-477-6720. Next up, Luce & Hawkins located in the historic Jedediah Hawkins Inn in Jamesport has quickly become “the place” to dine on the North Fork under the direction and talent of Chef Luce. His passion for food and skill for combining flavors and influences from around the globe put this fine dining establishment in a league of its own. Luce & Hawkins is located at 400 South Jamesport Avenue, Jamesport, 631-722-2900. Orient by the Sea, overlooking a charming marina offers up some of the finest and freshest

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NOFO REVIEWS Michael Anthony’s Food Bar

Serving New American cuisine, Michael Anthony’s Food Bar offers an extensive array of delightful choices including pasta, seafood and steaks with several menus to choose from. A tapas and wine bar menu is offered for those looking for a light bite as well as an intriguing selection offered on their starter, main course and fabulous dessert menu. A few favorites include; Tagiatelle mint pesto, fresh crab, tomato confit, English Pea Ravioli brown butter ramps, Bourbon Ribs cherry sweet potatoes and broccoli rabe as well as great steak offerings. Michael Anthony’s Food Bar is open year-round, 2925 Wading River Road, Wading River, 631-929-8800. Old Mill Inn Mattituck’s Old Mill is a charming cozy waterfront restaurant offering atmosphere, great food and excellent service. A former gristmill from the 1800s, the Old Mill Inn is always a North Fork favorite. Whether you dine there for lunch, dinner or stop by for a cocktail at the bar to enjoy one of their many musical guests, it’s a great place to relax. Old Mill uses only the freshest seafood and local ingredients. Standouts include; the Old Mill’s Pan Roasted Crab Cake appetizer, Classic New England Clam Chowder, Montauk Lobster Rolls, their amazing Old Mill Angus Burger or Long Island Duck Brest entrée, as well as a variety of great choices. Nancy Atlas performs on October 5! Old Mill Inn is open year-round, 5775 West Mill Road, Mattituck, 631-298-8080. Legends Legends serve New American cuisine with a focus on local fresh fish, steaks and chops. A few tempting favorites include; Truffle Cognac Mac & Cheese, Pan-Seared Asian-style crab cakes, New Orleans-style baked clams for starters and Hawaiian Chicken or Shrimp salad, Legendary Seafood Pot Pie as well as an extensive selection of unique sandwiches like Grilled Vegetable “Muffuleta” , Cuban-style Frita and Grilled Sesame Tuna sandwich to name a few. Legend’s is open year-round, 835 First Street, New Suffolk, 631-734-5123.


at Southampton Town Recreation Center / 631.287.6707

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local seafood prepared to perfection. For more than three decades this North Fork mainstay has been a favorite. Family-friendly and cozy atmosphere in a casual setting. What more could you ask for? A reservation? Or just stop in at 40200 Main Road in Orient, 631-323-2424. The North Fork Table and Inn offers American cuisine, seasonally inspired dishes and the freshest organic local vegetables and ingredients. The NFT boasts the finest and most innovative entrees as well as several menus to choose from including a spectacular Brunch menu, lunch tasting, prix fixe and dinner tasting. The North Fork table is located at 57225 Main Road in Southold, 631-765-0177. For a full listing and up-to-date listing of restaurants on both the North and South Forks, please visit our website at danshamptons.com.

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Riverhead Country Fair


he 37th Annual Riverhead Country Fair will be held on Sunday, October 7. There will be live entertainment throughout the day, agriculture, homemaking and needlecraft competitions, carnival rides, folk music and arts, pedal tractor pulls for spectators, farm animals and pony rides. With over 450 vendors, there will be lots of shopping and much more. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located at the Peconic River Parking Field. (Rain date, October 8). For more information, please visit www.riverheadcountryfair.com


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owntown Riverhead has been having a bit a Broadway revival show of its own and the anticipation of the newly refurbished, historic, Suffolk Theater will open its doors once again after a long “intermission”. With Executive Director Bob Spiotto at the helm, the theatre will be offering amazing entertainment including; musicals, dance, film screenings, special events and more. The Suffolk Theater’s mission is to continue offering unique, cultural and educational entertainment, while at the same time pay homage to this historic theater by preserving the past. Downtown will be lit up once again by The Suffolk Theater’s brilliant historic marquee from the 20th Century. In early 2013, audiences and theater-goers will once again have the opportunity to sit in one of the theater’s 800 seats and be entertained by the future performances to come. For more information, please

contact the theater at 631-599-9549 or 631-727-4343 or visit www.suffolktheater.com, 118 East Main Street, Riverhead.

The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation

The 15th Annual 5K Run for the Ridley, Saturday, October 20, 2012 The race starts at 10 a.m. on Main Street in Riverhead. Early registration $17 is postmarked by October 13. Run open to all ages! For more information, please call 631-369-9840 or visit www.riverheadfoundation.org. In addition, the Riverhead Foundation will also be hosting a series of lectures on how to care for cold stun sea turtles. On September 27 at 7 p.m. at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge, 3 Old Country Road in East Quogue, October 15 at 6 p.m. at the LI Aquarium, 431 East Main Street Riverhead and October 28 at 1:30 p.m. at the Aquarium. For a full list of lectures, please visit the Riverhead Foundation website.

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hether you take the North Fork or South Fork Ferry over to Shelter Island, your visit will be memorable. With 8,000 acres of land and beautiful views of the Peconic, the island is one of the most charming and unique places to live or visit. The following are a few great things happening this fall on Shelter Island: September 28, Friday Night Dialogues:

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Communications Strategist Robbie Vorhaus at 7 p.m. at the Shelter Island Public Library. One of the leading communications strategists in the world, The Shelter Island Library is located at 37 North Ferry Road, 631-749-0042 September 30, The Shelter Island Historical Society will be having their Annual Meeting & Brunch from noon-2 p.m. at Gardiner’s Bay Country Club. Tickets are $25 per person Please RSVP by Thursday, September 27 October 5, At the Shelter Island Library, Roots Music Film Series with Joe Lauro’s Historic Films, Fridays, October 5, November 2 and December 7 at 5:30 p.m. Peek into Historic Films’ archive of rare roots music films, from early bluegrass to work songs and the blues. 37 North Ferry Road, Shelter Island, 631-749-0042 October 5-7, Shelter Island Fall Festival Benefit at Sylvestor Educational Farm, a familyfriendly benefit with music, barn dancing, storytelling, theater, planting, harvesting and culinary delights. On Friday, October 5, the fifth annual “Plant & Sing” will be held at Sylvester Manor Educational Farm. Celebrate local food, spoken word and great music. Contact the Sylvester Manor Educational Farm, 80 North Ferry Road, Shelter Island, 631-749-0626, www.sylvestermanor.org October 7, Shelter Island Barns Self-Guided Tour, 2 to 5 p.m. The tour will begin at the Havens House Barn and then progress to six other Island barns. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. October 13, American Victoriana: The Architecture of Charles Brigham, 6 p.m. Please join David Russo, Chairperson for the Watertown Historical Commission, for a presentation of Brigham’s designs across the country and on Shelter Island. Tickets are $20 per person. And if you’re looking for a place to dine, here are a few ideas: 18 Bay Restaurant, open year-round. 18 Bay offers fresh pasta and local seafood, 631-7490053 The Dory is a staple of Shelter Island and cooks up the best local American cuisine, 631749-4300 La Maison Blanche is a French-American inspired brasserie, 631-749-1633 The Ram’s Head Inn is a great place to stay and dine with stunning views of Coecle’s Bay, 631-749-0811 Vine Street Café is one of Long Island’s, of course top-rated American bistros, which includes Shelter Island, offering steaks and seafood, 631-749-3210.

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foodie PICKS Pierre’s Pierre Weber brings a little bit of the South of France to Bridgehampton with his elegant French Bistro. For more than a decade, Pierre’s has been the place to dine for breakfast (brunch), lunch or dinner. Pierre’s innovative menu offers an array of delightful choices specializing in local seafood. And, the piece de resistance, Pierre’s amazing desserts and pastries made daily by Pierre himself who just happens to be a fifth generation pastry chef. The atmosphere is intimate and warm, the service excellent and the food is always amazing. Pierre’s is open year-round, 7 days per week, 2468 Main Street, Bridgehampton, 631-5375110 or visit www.pierresbridgehampton. 75 Main Located in the heart of Southampton Village, 75 Main offers the finest Italian cuisine, excellent service and great atmosphere. This New American restaurant is definitely a hot spot in the Hamptons year-round. Whether you dine for breakfast, lunch or dinner, you will be delighted by 75 Main’s superior cuisine prepared by acclaimed Chef Walter Hinds and warmest welcoming by the staff and owner Zach Erdem. Open 7 days per week. 75 Main, Southampton, 631-283-7575 or visit www.75main.com

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Bobby Van’s Bobby Van’s has been a staple on the East End since 1969 and was a favorite hangout for the likes of Truman Capote and John Knowles. With a reputation for attracting local celebrities, writers and artists, Bobby Van’s is best known for their quality food and outstanding service. Primarily a steakhouse, Bobby Van’s offers an array of other choices and daily specials. Open year-round, 7 days per week for lunch and dinner. 2392 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, 631-537-0590 or visit wwwbobbyvans.com Osteria Salina Bridgehampton’s newest addition, Osteria Salina has quickly created quite the foodie buzz. This trendy restaurant offers up the finest Sicilian Cuisine. Local seafood and farm fresh goods as well as excellent service and a warm atmosphere are the main ingredients in this recipe for success. Whether it’s an early lunch or late night dinner, you will feel as though you have been whisked away to Sicily for an intimate journey. Open yearround, 6 nights per week, closed Tuesdays and open Friday and Saturday for lunch and Sunday Brunch, 95 School Street, Bridgehampton, 631613-6469, www.osteriasalina.net Muse in the Harbor Muse in the Harbor has been a favorite hot spot in Sag Harbor this past summer. Chef

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and owner Matthew Guiffrida offers up a New American menu with an inspiring mix of daily specials and unique choices. The dining room is open and airy with a real flair for that elegant Hamptons –Style. Muse is definitely a great place to meet friends for a cocktail or get together for a special celebration, book a private party or even take a cooking class. Chef Guiffrida also likes to share his talents and skill in the kitchen and enjoys teaching others the art of cooking. Open Wednesday through Sunday for dinner and Saturday and Sunday for Brunch, 16 Main Street, Sag Harbor, 631-899-4810 or www. museintheharbor.com Hampton Seafood Co. Hampton Seafood Co. located in East Hampton is a great place to stop by for a delicious lunch to go or cater your next party. Flavorful and fresh best describe the delightful cuisine offered at Hampton Seafood. In addition to popular dishes like their Toasted Montauk Lobster Roll, Fish Taco and Asian Spiced Tuna Burger, they offer classic clambakes, gourmet picnics and great fall lunch specials (offered everyday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Hampton Seafood Co. is located at 17 Race Lane in East Hampton, 631-324-9224 Andrra Restaurant and Lounge Andrra located in East Hampton made a big splash amongst diners this past summer with great service, delicious offerings and a relaxing and intimate atmosphere. The menu consists of local seafood, chops and classic favorites like surf and turf. Andrra’s Mediterranean flare adds flavor with a twist to their many offerings. Enjoy some of the most beautiful and amazing water views at this chic new restaurant. Open year-round, 39 Gann Road in East Hampton, 631-329-3663, www.andrra.com

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SOUTHAMPTON AND HAMPTON BAYS 75 MAIN RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE Italian/American $$$ WINE KIDS Executive chef Victor Paztuizaca, new Italian & American cuisine. Open daily, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Dinner 4:30 p.m.midnight, 75 Main Street, Southampton. 631-283-7575, www.75main.com. SQUIRETOWN RESTAURANT & BAR Modern American $$$ WINE A modern American bistro. Great bar scene and food. Fresh local seafood, prime steaks and local seasonal vegetables. Prix Fixe everyday 4-7 p.m. Catering available and full take-out menu. 26W Montauk Hwy., Hampton Bays. 631-723-2626, www.squiretown.com. EAST HAMPTON AND MONTAUK ANDRRA Mediterranean A waterfront restaurant and lounge offering sunset views and mouthwatering seafood and chops with bold Mediterranean flare. The decor is upscale but relaxed, the bar scene is elegant, vibrant and fun! 39 Gann St. off Three Mile Harbor Road across from the Harbor. 631329-3663, www.andrra.com. CAFFÉ MONTE AT GURNEY’S Healthy Breakfast daily from 7:30 to 10 a.m., lunch from noon to 4 p.m. Casual Italian style menu. Executive Chef Chip Monte. Gurney’s Beach Bakery and Natural Cafe serves healthy, light fare, juice bar. 7 a.m.-9 p.m. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk. 631-668-2345. CROSS EYED CLAM BAR & GRILL Seafood and Chops Seafood, prime steaks and chops, amazing burgers, fish tacos, cocktails and more! Late night entertainment. Breakfast and lunch at the Clam Shack. Dinner daily from 4 p.m. 440 West Lake Drive, Montauk Harbor, Montauk. 631-668-8065.




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RACE LANE Local Cuisine $$$ WINE KID Open daily from 5 p.m. $30 prix fixe dinner every night until 6 p.m. New fall menu featuring fresh local ingredients. Join us for cocktails and dinner in our lush garden. 31 Race Lane, East Hampton. 631-324-5022, www.racelanerestaurant.com. SERAFINA Northern Italian $$ WINE KID Enjoy authentic Northern Italian food, made according to family recipes. Dinner every day, lunch Fri.-Sun. Closed Mon. 104 North Main Street, Easthampton. 631-267-3500, www. serafinarestaurant.com. BRIDGEHAMPTON AND SAG HARBOR B. SMITH’S American Good food, good drinks, great views. All that’s missing is you! Celebrating 15 years in the Hamptons! Home of the legendary watermelon margarita! Long Wharf at Bay Street, Sag Harbor. 631-725-5858, www.bsmith.com. BOBBY VAN’S Steak and Fish $$$ WINE Steakhouse classics and fresh fish. Open 363 days for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Fri. & Sat. ‘til 11 p.m. Main St., Bridgehampton. 631-537-0590, www.bobbyvans. com.


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MUSE IN THE HARBOR New American Open seven days for brunch (10 a.m. – 3 p.m.) and dinner (5:30 – 11 p.m.). Live music 7-10 p.m. Sun., Tue., Thur. 16 Main Street, Sag Harbor. 631-899-4810, www.m us eint hehar b o r . com.

OSTERIA SALINA Sicilian/Italian $$ WINE KID Authentic Sicilian cuisine and family recipes from the Aeolian island of Salina. Bucatini Con Sardi, Pesce Spada, Polpo, handmade Cannoli. Brunch, lunch, dinner. Live entertainment Thursdays. 95 School Street, Bridgehampton. 631-613-6469, www.osteriasalina.com

PIERRE’S Casual French Euro-chic but casual French restaurant and bar. Late dinner and bar on weekdays. Open 7 days. Brunch Fri.-Sun., 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 2468 Main Street, Bridgehampton. 631-5375110, www.pierresbridgehampton.com.

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HAMPTON COFFEE COMPANY Espresso Bar, Bakery, Cafe & Coffee Roastery $ KID A Hamptons classic since 1994 and a Dan’s Papers “Best of the Best!” Famous hand-roasted coffee, real baristas, muffins and bagels, egg sandwiches, a Mexican Grill and more. Open 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily, year round. Locations in Water Mill next to The Green Thumb farmstand and in Westhampton Beach across from Village Hall. Also anywhere with their Mercedes Mobile Espresso Unit for your event! 631-726-COFE or visit them on Twitter and Facebook. www.hamptoncoffeecompany. com.

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LOBSTER ROLL Seafood $ WINE KID Credited with creating the original cold lobster roll, the restaurant affectionately known as “Lunch” serves a variety of seafood options for lunch and dinner every day during the summer. 1980 Montauk Highway, Amagansett. 631-2673740, www.lobsterroll.com. NAVY BEACH International $$$ WINE KID Montauk’s favorite beachfront restaurant. Dinner served Thursday through Monday. Lunch weekends. New menu items! 16 Navy Road, Montauk. 631-668-6868, www. navybeach.com.


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CLIFF’S ELBOW ROOM Steak and Seafood $$ WINE KID The best aged and marinated steak, freshest seafood and local wines, in a casual, warm atmosphere. Lunch and dinner. Two locations: 1549 Main Road, Jamesport, 631722-3292; 1065 Franklinville Estimated price of Rd., Laurel. 631-298-3262, a dinner, including www.elbowroomli.com.

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LUCE & HAWKINS AT JEDEDIAH HAWKINS $-$25 and below INN $$-$26 to $40 American $$ WINE Chef/Proprietor Keith $$$-$41 to $65 Luce, a James Beard $$$$-$66+ award winner, presents an ever-evolving menu that places an emphasis on local and sustainably grown ingredients. “Don’t Miss!” NY Times. “Excellent food and excellent service in an excellent ambiance.” Newsday. 400 Jamesport Avenue, Jamesport 631-722-2900 www.Jedediahhawkins.com. OLD MILL INN Local Cuisine $$$ WINE KID Built in 1820, delights customers with great waterfront dining on the deck overlooking Mattituck Inlet and by woodburning fireplace in the pub. This destination restaurant in North Fork wine country showcases fresh, local ingredients. Voted Best Of The Best Bar, bringing top-notch artists to the East End. Reservations recommended. 631-298-8080, www.oldmillinn.com.

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TOUCH OF VENICE Italian $$ WINE KID Proudly serving the North Fork for over 20 years. We take advantage of all the North Fork has to offer, preparing local cuisine with Italian soul. Extensive wine list featuring local and Italian wines, full bar with happy hour specials. Private room available for all occasions. Special chef’s familystyle menu available for small groups. 28350 Main Road, Cutchogue. 631-298-5851, www.touchofvenice.com.




BUOY ONE Seafood & Steak $$ KID WINE Offering the freshest fish and finest steaks, daily specials, Eat in or Take out. Call to inquire about our Buoy One Clam Bake - perfect for a day at the beach or on the boat! 62 Montauk Hwy., Westhampton 631-998-3808 & 1175 W. Main Street, Riverhead 631-208-9737 www.buoyone.com. ROADHOUSE PIZZA Brick Oven Pizza $ KID Nestled on the Peconic River in Riverhead, dine inside or outside while enjoying Brick Oven Pizza, fresh salads, pasta and hot and cold heroes made to order. Gluten-free pizza and pasta available. Beer and wine available. On-and-off premises catering available. Located at 1111 W. Main St., Riverhead. 631-208-9888, www.roadhousepizza.com. TWEED’S Continental $$ WINE Kid Friendly Located in historic Riverhead, Tweed’s Restaurant & Buffalo Bar in the J.J. Sullivan Hotel serves the finest local food specialties and wines representing the best L.I. vineyards. Open 7 days for lunch and dinner. 17 E. Main St. 631-2083151, www.tweedsrestaurant.com. Check out www.danshamptons.com for more listings and events.


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has it is a must! The Old Stove Pub is located at 3516 Montauk Highway in Sagaponack, 631-537-3300. Owner of the Vine Street Café on Shelter Island, Terry Harwood recently opened his newest restaurant, Blue Canoe Oyster Bar & Grill where the former Chowder Pot Pub once operated out of. With East End classics like lobster rolls, fresh seafood and of course Oysters, as well as local beer on tap, the Blue Canoe is quickly creating quite the buzz. Open year-round. Blue Canoe Oyster Bar & Grill is located at 104 3rd Street in Greenport, 631-477-6888.


elebrity Chef Tom Colicchio recently opened the Topping Rose House Restaurant and Inn located in Bridgehampton. This historic 1842 Greek revival mansion has been completely renovated to an original pristine mint condition and even has its own vegetable garden which provides in-house homegrown ingredients for the restaurant. The Topping Rose House is located at One Bridgehampton – Sag Harbor Turnpike, 631-537-0870 or visit www.toppingrosehouse.com Old Stove Pub is back after a long awaited hiatus. This charming mainstay of the Hamptons was arguably one of the best restaurants to go Uihleins Fun book ad 2012:Layout 1 4/18/12 3:38 PM Page 1 for steak. In fact, the “Sagaponack Steak” rumor

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Marina & Boat Yard

444 West Lake Drive P.O. Box 357, Montauk,NY 11954

Full service, gas, hauling and storage to 48 ft. boats, transient dockage and repairs along with high and dry storage.

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In the heart of the Harbor, walk to Montauk’s finest restaurants, shops, sound beaches and the famous Montauk fishing fleet.

Jet skiing, water skiing, tubing, wake boarding and knee boarding in the calm, safe waters of Lake Montauk and Long Island Sound. Instructors available.

NEW On-Site restaurant, SAMMY'S, a great place to stop in and have lunch or dinner.

Rod and reels for rent. Bait, tackle, ice, soda, and supplies.


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Opening soon, Blue Duck Bakery is coming to downtown Riverhead. With several locations including; Southampton, Southold and now Riverhead, the bakery has been delivering the finest quality baked goods since 1999. Named one of America’s best bread bakeries by Saveur Magazine, Blue Duck offers artisan breads, cakes, pies, pastries, cookies as well as delicious soups, salads and sandwiches. Blue Duck Bakery’s is located at 309 East Main Street in Riverhead. Visit www.blueduckbakerycafe.com, Southold, 631-629-4123, Southampton, 631-204-1701. Buckhead’s Grill (opening soon) is kind of an “International” BBQ dining experience. This charming restaurant will offer an assortment of flavorful entrees and over 20 varieties of beer. Once home to Fynn McCool’s, Buckhead’s Grill brings a real Texas Barbeque to the East End. Buckhead’s Grill will be open year-round, 101 CR 21 in Westhampton.


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H ampton Bays Chamber of Commerce Presents... The 2nd Annual San Gennaro Feast of the Hamptons The Hampton Bays Chamber of Commerce will be sponsoring the 2nd Annual San Gennaro Feast of the Hamptons on Columbus Day Weekend, October 6 & 7. Proceeds from the San Gennaro Feast will benefit the mission of Maureen’s Haven, an organization dedicated to protect and empower the East End homeless by providing shelter and compassionate services, information and support to enrich their lives towards self-sufficiency. The music of Johnny Avino who performs the classic sounds of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tony Bennett, Bobby Daris and Nat King Cole and entertainer, Franco Corso, “the voice of romance” will also perform. There will also be a classic car show on Sunday, open to everyone with a classic car. There will be a variety of things to do for the entire family to enjoy including; carnival rides, music and lots of delicious food! Don’t miss the celebration. For more information, please visit www. sangennarofestofthehamptons.com.


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MONTAUK DELIGHTS What to do in the Fall By Kate Maier

Autumn is arguably the best time of year to experience Montauk, a sacred and blessed season where locals and longtime visitors enjoy the waning twilight of summer, minus the crowds. With the Chamber of Commerce sponsored Fall Festival and Chowder Contest as the main event of the season (Oct. 6-7) it is a far cry from the frenzy of Labor Day Weekend. Live music is scarce, restaurants are working on limited hours, and it’s too cold to go in the water, unless you’re wiling to invest in a really good wetsuit. But the casual vibe that Montauk is most celebrated for is running strong. While visitors will not find themselves grooving at Ruschmeyer’s, The Crow’s Nest, or the Surf Lodge, the town will not be fully populated by ghosts until sometime around mid-February. Here’s a list of things to keep you going in the Hampton’s most laid back hamlet, post season. Go Fishing. Recreational fishing out of Montauk Harbor continues through the fall, when porgy, sea bass, and bluefish are running through October, with blackfish in November. On the offshore side, bluefin tuna are abundant in September and October – and likely to be the stars of the show at the Montauk Marine Basin’s “Last Hurrah” tournament (Sept. 28- Oct. 13.) Take a Hike. Lest we forget, Montauk is home to an astounding number of nature trails. Explore the cliffs at Shadmoor State Park, take

a trek in Hither Woods, or check out the Seal Haulout Trail near the lighthouse. The colder it gets, the more likely you’ll be to spot a seal, migrating from Nova Scotia to enjoy his own Montauk vacation. Scared to walk into the woods alone? Guided tours are offered by groups including the South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center (sofo.org) and The East Hampton Trail Preservation Society (ehtps.org) on most fall weekends.

Jay Schneiderman serving at the chowder contest. photo: Kate maier Surf Hurricane Waves. September is hurricane season in Montauk, when a big storm down south can seriously increase the swell. Not ready to risk life and limb to prove your prowess? Drive down to the dirt lot at Ditch Plains and watch the professionals do it, from the safety of the shore.

Delight Your Dog. Canine companions are welcome on Montauk Beaches all day, every day, starting in mid September. Keep a watchful eye on your furry friends as they frolic in the surf, and remember to clean up after your pet. Play with Fire. Fires are permitted on most beaches so long as they are contained and doused by midnight. What better time than fall to host a sunset beach barbecue? Just remember to bring a bucket, to put the fire out, and carry away the ashes. Go Shopping. We doubt that Cynthia Rowley or Surf Bazaar will make it through the season, but the girls at Kailani, Montauk’s full service Hawaiian fashion stop, will keep things going with fun fall merchandise. Getting chilly? Pick up a sweatshirt at the Montauk Clothing Company, or commercial fishing worthy rain gear and Under Armour at Plaza Sports. Wine and Dine. There are plenty of places still open in Montauk during the fall season, in some cases with limited hours. Longtime stalwarts, serving seven days through the wretched winter, include The Shagwong, O’Murphy’s, and Manuccis. The Dock Restaurant in Montauk Harbor remains open until midNovember, drawing heat from a woodburning stove, and places like Westlake Clam and Chowder House and the new Swallow East will truck on through the weekends. (Swallow promises Reggae Sundays through Columbus Day Weekend.) Cozy up to the bar (keep in mind that the Shagwong has a quick draw machine) and learn a thing about two about life, love, and fish. Just be sure not to harass or feed the locals.

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MONTAUK DINING “Not your everyday view”. The views are amazing, the café is cozy and the food is great. The Lighthouse Grill is a snack bar/café offering delicious burgers, lobster rolls, flavorful chowder, fresh salads, wraps, grilled seafood, Panini’s and much more. Stop by after a visit to the Montauk Point Lighthouse or after hiking along the surrounding beach. A great place to watch the football game on the big screen or chill by the fireplace while relaxing with a cold beer, glass of wine or cocktail (happy hour offered during the summer season). Open year-round, and Weekends during the winter season. Located only 600 feet from the Montauk Point Lighthouse overlooking the ocean, 1990 Montauk Hwy., 631-668-2058


Harvest on Fort Pond offers Mediterranean cuisine with influences from Italy, Spain, France, Greece, Turkey and Portugal. Portions are plentiful and recommended for sharing familystyle. A few standouts prepared by Executive Chef Jake Williams include a delicious Pancetta Roast Shrimp with a Tuscan White Bean Salad appetizer, Pork Tenderloin with an Apricot Apple Chutney served with Watercress Pine Nut salad and Spanish Prosciutto and a 32 oz. Porterhouse Steak with green peppercorns, onions and shallots. Harvest is open year-round for dinner. Please visit www.harvest2000.com or call 631-668-5574, 11 S. Emery Street, Montauk.

THE SEA GRILLE AT GURNEY’S INN Enjoy a delicious meal at one of the most breathtaking oceanfront restaurants on all of Long Island. The Sea Grille offers the freshest local seafood with favorites like Shrimp & Scallops Vol-Au-Vent and Seafood Bouillabaisse as well as Pork Chop Alla Monte and Broccoli Tempehtation for those who prefer vegetarian delights. A romantic lobster dinner for two, paired with ambiance, music and a cozy atmosphere. It doesn’t get better than that. The Sea Grill is open year-round, 290 Old Montauk Hwy, 631-668-2345.

CROSS EYED CLAM The Crossed Eyed Clam Bar & Grill offers an amazing selection of fresh seafood, prime steaks and chops, burgers, fish tacos and more. This casual grill overlooks the harbor and is open for breakfast lunch and dinner. Delightful lobster bisque and New England clam chowder, Cross Eyed fried clams and Buffalo wings are available for those who want a quick bite or a cocktail at the bar. Crossed Eyed Clam is located on the harbor, 440 West Lake Drive, Montauk, 631-6688065.


A few other Montauk favorites include; Manucci’s, 432 West Lake Drive, 631-668-4455, Swallow East, 474 West Lake Drive, 631-6688344, Shagwong, 774 Main Street, 631-6683050 and East by Northeast, 51 Edgemere Street, 631-668-2872 to name a few.

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The American Hotel is one of the most historic landmarks in Sag Harbor. Built in 1846, this elegant hotel/fine dining establishment is truly special. A Lunch menu is offered in addition to brunch selections on Saturday and Sunday and dinner nightly. Chef Jonathan Parker’s “American-French” flair adds an extra twist to the menu with a few brunch favorites including; Canadian Bacon or Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict, Brioche French Toast with Grade “A” Amber Maple Syrup as well as a variety of other brunch specials. Open yearround. The American Hotel is located at 49 Main Street, Sag Harbor, 631-725-3535. Cooperage Inn Cooperage Inn is “the place” to indulge in all your favorite brunch items. The Inn’s Sunday Country Brunch, served from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. was voted Best of the Best Brunch by Dan’s Papers seven years in a row. Choose from pancakes, Belgian waffles, sausage, bacon, home fries, bagels, fresh fruit, freshly baked

pastries and desserts, made to order omelets, a carving station, an assortment of hot and cold breakfast, lunch and dinner entrees as well as a complimentary Bloody Mary of Mimosa. Open year-round. Cooperage Inn, 2218 Sound Avenue, Baiting Hollow, 631-727-8994. Estia’s Little Kitchen

like Tarte flambé Alsacienne aux lardons et oignons (think crust topped with fromage blanc, onions and bacon), Croque Monsieur or Croque Madame and Oeuf poche benedicte are just a few tempting favorites on the menu. Open yearround. Pierre’s is located at 2468 Main Street, Bridgehampton, 631-537-5110. Nichol’s of East Hampton

Estia’s Little Kitchen is a charming and very intimate eatery with a very family friendly and welcoming staff. Special breakfast favorites including; Uncle Bob’s East Ender, Garden, California and other amazing omelets. Fluffy Pancakes and French Toast, breakfast platters and my favorite Estia’s Happy Harold’s Breakfast Burrito. Open year-round. Estia’s uses only the freshest ingredients. Estia’s Little Kitchen is located at 1615 Sag Harbor Turnpike, 631-725-1045

Nichol’s of East Hampton is one the most popular spots in the Hamptons for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The atmosphere and décor is cozy and laid back and their breakfast choices are scrumptious including an array of omelets


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November 10, 2012: The Unveiling of the New Parrish Art Museum

The Parrish Art Museum is scheduled to open its new Herzog & De Meuron-designed building on November 10, 2012 to the public. The $26.2 million project has been a labor of love not only for the arts, but for the East End community. The opening of this new state of the art 34,400 square foot museum designed by world renowned Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron is going to be one of the biggest celebrations this fall. The museum will be offering free admission all weekend long from Saturday, November 10 through Monday, November 12, Veterans Day. The Inaugural Exhibition is entitled, Malcolm Morley: On Paper. The museum’s collection includes more than

2,600 masterworks by American Impressionist William Merritt Chase and post-war American realist Fairfield Porter in addition to important works by contemporary sculptors and painters April Gornik, Chuck Close, Elizabeth Peyton, Alan Shields and Keith Sonnier. Other works include those from masters Dan Flavin, Willem de Kooning, Lee Krasner, Roy Lichtenstein, Jackson Pollock and Esteban Vicente, among others. In a recent newsletter, Director Terrie Sultan shared her passion for the project as well as highlights about the new building and how much it means to the East End community.“We could not be prouder of this amazing accomplishment,” said Director Terrie Sultan. “The new building is a beautiful embodiment if the creative legacy

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of space, and many other public amenities, the Parrish will take its place as a real center for cultural engagement for the entire East End.”

For more information, please visit www. parrishart.com or call 631-283-2118.

Parrish Art Museum Director Terrie Sultan. Photo: Dana Shaw

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outhampton’s Annual Septemberfest will be opening with an exclusive Friday night kickoff party under a grand tent in Agawam Park. There will be lots of excitement and festivities including music by New Life Crisis featuring Paul Mahos. The band will be performing favorites by the Beatles, U2, George Michael, Elvis to name a few, as well as many of the bands original hits. Guests will enjoy local wines, craft beer and other spirits paired with local delights from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 in advance and $35 at the door and may be purchased at the Southampton Chamber of Commerce or online at southamptonculturalcenter.org. Proceeds will

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here is a long list of things to shop for in the fall; a new comforter, scented candles, cozy sweaters, fashionable boots, a sporty coat and décor for the home. On the East End, there are many fabulous boutiques and home stores that are open year-round that offer “The Best of the Best”. English Country Antiques and Home Furnishings carries an eclectic collection of antiques from around the world, unique treasures, carpets, antique ceramics, furniture, home décor and much more. Founder/Owner, Chris Mead started English Antiques more than 20 years ago after much success as a photographer and author. English Country Antiques is the “go to” home furnishings store that interior designers, home stagers and East Enders look to for superior merchandise. Visit ecantiques. com or English Country Antiques’ two locations, 26 Snake Hollow Road in Bridgehampton, 631537-0606, 53 North Sea Road in Southampton, 631-204-0428. Open year-round. Established in 1842, Hildreth’s Home Goods is one of the oldest and most charming “home goods” store in the country. Hildreth’s knowledgeable staff will provide you with guidance and expertise for your home furnishings needs. Hildreth’s Homes Goods is located at 51-55 Main Street in Southampton, 1-800-INC-1842. Open year-round. The Lynn Stoller Collection is a luxury consignment boutique offering the finest designer handbags, shoes, clothing, jewelry and accessories. These luxurious collections

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Fashions and Chaps Corner is located at 10095 Route 25 in Mattituck, 631-298-5048. Open yearround. Jimmy’s of Westhampton Beach offers

something for every Hampton “fashionista.” Jimmy’s New York is a women’s specialty designer clothing boutique offering the latest in high-end fashions. From couture dresses to designer accessories and shoes, the sky’s the limit. Featured designers include: Alexander McQueen, Giuseppe Zanotti, Judith Leiber and Stella McCartney just to name a few. Jimmy’s Westhampton Beach location is at 167 Main Street. Visit www.jimmysnewyork.com for additional locations and more information or call 631-288-7000. Open year-round. Sunrise to Sunset Surf & Sport in Southampton offers a great selection of fall clothing and sporting apparel including fashions by; Roxy, Quicksilver, Ripcurl, Billabong and Hurley to name a few. Sunrise to Sunset Surf & Sport is located at 36 Hill Street in Southampton, 631-283-2929 or visit www.sunrisetosunsetny. com. Open year-round.

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he fall schedule at Bay Street Theatre offers everything from films to after school programs and fabulous shows. The Picture Show has been a popular event, Fridays at 8 p.m.. A series of film classics like American Graffiti on September 28 and on October 12 Holiday, starring silver screen legends Katherine Hepburn and Cary Grant as well as others will be shown on the big screen

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(check the website for a full list of films and dates, tickets are $5). As part of the Sag Harbor Music Festival, Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks will perform with special guest Joe Lauro at 9 p.m. on Sept. 29, $10 and on Wednesdays and Thursdays through the month of October, Bay Street will offer a Theater Arts Workshop and Showcase at 4 p.m. In addition, the theater will offer other creative workshops during the months of October and November. For more details and a full calendar of events listing, please visit www.baystreet.org, or call 631-725-9500, Long Wharf, Sag Harbor. he Fall Line-up at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center includes; Blues



favorite John Haitt & The Combo on Friday, September 28 at 8 p.m., $100, $80, $60 and Australia’s winner of “Got Talent” Joe Robinson performs on Saturday, September 29 at 8 p.m., $25 Gregg Allman & Band comes to WHBPAC on Friday, October 5 at 8 p.m., $155, $140, $125 and comedic icon Bill Cosby performs on Sunday, October 7 at 8 p.m., $170, $135, $100. On October 13, Nick Lowe performs at 8 p.m., $45, $35, $25, David Sedaris comes the WHBPAC on Friday, October 19 at 8 p.m., $100, $90, $80 and Gov’t Mule, October 25 at 8 p.m. in addition


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to the David Bromberg Quartet on November 3 at 8 p.m., $60, $45, $30. WHBPAC is located at 76 Main Street in Westhampton Beach, 631288-1500. For a full schedule of events and ticket information, visit www.WHBPAC.com. fter the Hamptons International Film Festival wraps up, Guild Hall will be hosting an



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thrills and chills, September 28 through November 3, weekdays and Sunday, 7-10 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays, 7 p.m. – midnight. They will also be offering a “not-so-scary” version from 12-4 p.m. on October 13, 14, 20, 21, 27 & 28. For more information, please visit hauntedplayhouseofhorrors. com, gatewayplayhouse.com or you can telephone 631-286-1133.


array of events including; on October 7, The Museum at Guild Hall presents “Strong-Cuevas: Premonitions in Retrospect, Eric Fischl Exhibtion: Beach Life (on display through October 14), and The John Drew Theater in partnership with The Naked Stage, presents FREE stage readings: Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo by Rajiv Joseph at 7:30 p.m. on October 2, October 5, The Met: Live in HD presents Donizetti’s L’Elisir d’ Amore – A New production, tickets are $22, October 16 at 7:30 p.m. FREE stage

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ith the high cost of heat and electric, getting ready for the upcoming season is important for not only energy efficient reasons, but for safety reasons as well. Make a checklist to be certain your family and your home is protected and properly equipped for fall. Starting with maintenance, it’s imperative to have your heating system (furnace) and water heating system (boiler) serviced before use. A service company will check everything out to make sure the system is running safe and is clean and, more importantly, that there is no carbon monoxide leakage. Cleaning your gutters is a must as well. As the leaves fall and fill the gutters on your home, water collects and seeps into the foundation that will inevitably cause costly damage. It is also recommended to add an extension on your gutters leading drainage at least 3 to 4 feet away from the foundation.



Have your roof checked, whether you eye it yourself or have a repairman take a once over to analyze the condition of the roof and shingles. There may be a few minor spots that need a quick repair. A little money well spent will save a lot more in the future. Caulk around doors and windows to seal in the heat, and you will save on your utility bills. Outside water faucets should be turned off and sprinkler systems drained. These are only a few tips to help guide you through an energy efficient and safe fall and winter. On the East End, we have many great service companies to choose from. Here are a few recommendations; Deer Fence Custom Gates, 631-627-4084, KM Plumbing & Heatings 631-653-4513, Ketcham Estate Management, 646-924-5469, M Stevens Roofing, 631-3452539, Ellis Reclaimed Wood, 631-707-1054, Ahrens Building Corp, 516-819-6358, HD Hampton Design, 631-537-7200, Ray Smith & Associates, 631-287-6100, Matz Rightway Heating and Air Conditioning, 631-728-2415, Weissbach Construction, 855-737-7833, -KAK

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ips for preparing your yard for Fall and Winter Now that many of us have closed our pools and began to put our patio furniture into storage, it’s time to prepare the rest of the outdoors for the approaching cold front of weather. We pride ourselves on maintaining the greenest lawns and beautiful gardens each and every year, but there are a few important items to take care of before we head indoors for the winter. Fall is the best time to make sure your lawn is pampered. By fertilizing your lawn in mid to late September, its health will survive even the most severe weather. By the end of November, it’s time to fertilize one last time before the ground freezes. It’s important to use low nitrogen fertilizer or make sure your lawn care specialist is using it if you don’t care for your lawn yourself. Trees and shrubs can be watered less in the fall. However, once Maple or Mountain Ash trees have dropped all their leaves, it’s important to water them to moisten their roots to the fullest in preparation for the winter dormant stage. Also wrap their trunks before the ground freezes if you are concerned that your trees may suffer during those extreme cold months. As far as pherennials are concerned, nurseries recommend cutting them back to approximately 6 inches and then again in the spring. Mulching can also help add protection to some of our precious shrubs and special rose bushes. Locally, there are an abundance of resources including; Fox Tree Service, 631-283-6700, Clearview Environmental, 631-569-2667, Ray Smith & Assiciates, 631-287-6100.

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By Kelly Ann Krieger



effrey CollĂŠ is known for designing and building some of the most elegant homes on the East End. Following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, he is the consummate craftsman and designer and is passionate about his craft. His portfolio is astounding and he has achieved some of the most extraordinary renovation projects including a 12,000-square-foot penthouse at the renowned Pierre Hotel in New York, the restoration of a 16,000 squarefoot estate originally owned by the Gardner


danshamptons.com family in East Hampton as well as one of his current projects, the revamping of a Stanford White designed estate in East Hampton’s Georgica Pond. When Collé creates or “recreates” a home, he blends old-world craftsmanship with modern day luxury and works with only the most skilled carpenters, custom cabinet makers and mill workers. Whether Jeffrey is designing a new home or renovating an old one, his work is superior. Intricate moldings, spectacular wood flooring and unique architectural designs are carefully recreated or renovated to precision. Jeffrey combines beauty and tradition with new technology and he is also passionate about providing the best quality materials and craftsmanship for his clients. “The truth is, I fall in love with my homes: it’s actually hard to hand over the keys to the new owners. I love the challenge of transforming a raw piece of land into a masterpiece - turning it into a home for a family while preserving the beauty of the natural environment”, said Collé. “Over the years, I have had the unique opportunity to study the work of great architects by deconstructing their designs, figuring out how they made certain decisions after the fact, and then putting the pieces back together. Much like a chess player tries to understand how a grand master played a game to victory, I begin to think like the architect. What strikes me most about Stanford White; (Collé’s most recent renovation) is that he used simplicity of design to convey elegance, which is a complicated task for any artist. My challenge was to maintain White’s original “intention” (elegant lines, and traditional concepts) and, at the same time, meet the demands of the modern world,” he shared when asked about the renovation process. Old-world craftsmanship is a fine art and in this case, Collé is the artist. It takes great skill and talent to maintain the integrity of any historic home. “There is an interesting relationship between old-world craftsmanship and new-world reality, so I am usually guided by two thoughts: design and function. I like to introduce magnificent, stand-out amenities and furnishings into my homes, but only if they support the practical lives of the inhabitants. I consider visual, auditory, and kinesthetic impact when choosing both classic designs and modern technology. If, for example, I find an 18th century Louis XV limestone fireplace, I will immediately envision the family that gathers around it for warmth, or the photos that will rest on it. How does it look in that context? How does it feel? I apply this to all the remarkable materials I use in my homes, from the site selected Carrera marble counter tops to the antique European parquet floors. Every piece, new or old, has an energy, and that energy is either working with or against life.” The most important question to ask yourself when deciding on the design or renovation of your home - is “how do you want to live? Collé believes in building a home based on how people live. When Collé is not hard at work designing yet another magnificent home, he enjoys the luxury of living in the Hamptons. “I consider it a privilege to work and live in one of the most beautiful places in the world.”

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The best time to buy a house is now. Interest rates are literally at an historic low. Whether you’re a first time buyer or someone looking for a second home on the East End, it’s a great opportunity to invest in real estate,” says Jim Whitehouse, Senior Vice President of Suffolk County National Bank in Riverhead. There are many reputable mortgage companies, but it’s important to really get to know the bank and broker before making a final decision. Suffolk County National Bank provides trained and knowledgeable experts with experience and insight of the market as well as the overall financial aspects of investing in a home. The right company will help guide you and your family’s future in the right direction. “Owning real estate has many benefits and should be considered a long-term investment for your future,” shared Whitehouse. Here are a few helpful tips to consider: TOP 10 TIPS TO HELP YOU GET YOUR RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE 1. Familiarize yourself with the mortgage process. Meet in person or by phone with your mortgage officer so that you can review the steps and information required to obtain a mortgage loan. Ask questions and get answers up front! 2. Review your credit report. Understand how your credit score may affect your chances of obtaining a mortgage, or your rate and costs associated with the loan. 3. Quantify your cumulative income revenues. Your mortgage officer can explain how debt to income determines the loan you will qualify for and can afford. If applicable, learn how self-employment income is calculated to qualify. 4. Determine how much money you can put towards your down payment. Learn how your down payment affects your loan payment and the amount of interest you will pay over time. A down payment of 20% or greater often eliminates the need for Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI). 5. If your down payment will be gifted funds, make sure that this gift is verifiable. 6. Use an attorney that specializes in real estate, and specifically one that is familiar with real estate transactions in your area. 7. Utilize the services of a professional realtor, who will be invaluable to you throughout this process. 8. Ask your mortgage officer about special programs and grants that might be available in your area, or more broadly to specific mortgage applicants. 9. Be prepared to submit required documentation in a timely manner. Mortgage lenders are required by law to obtain specific documents to process your mortgage application. 10. Your mortgage officer is available to help you through every step

Jim Whitehouse, Senior Vice President of Suffolk County National Bank in Riverhead

in the mortgage process. Use your mortgage officer’s expertise to help make getting a mortgage easy for you! Source: Suffolk County National Bank, Residential Mortgage Lending. For more information, please contact 631-208-2244 or 800-764-7262, or visit www.scnb.com.

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uality, location and trust are key ingredients when it comes to hiring a builder or architect to create your dream home and, Kenneth A Yerves Jr., owner of Montauk Homes, LLC and part owner of Amagansett Estates, LLC is very familiar with building superior homes and rendering those dreams. Yerves has been in the business of building homes for over 25 years and is known for creating quality craftsmanship and elegant designs. His portfolio has grown over the years and his clientele has expanded in the past decade to the Hamptons. Originally from Bayport on the south shore of Long Island, Yerves gravitated like many of us to the beauty and openness of the Hamptons.

In 2004, he moved to Montauk and designed and built a bed and breakfast, The Dream Inn, which he enjoys with his wife Laureen. Since moving to Montauk, Kenneth has designed and built over 20 New Homes including a major renovation to one of Montauks most prominent main street stores. “I really enjoy giving people what they want and making the experience enjoyable for them” he shared. Yerves latest project is Amagansett Estates which he’s developing with an investor. The venture will include four individual homes, nestled on approximately one acre parcels of land, located just west of Main Street, across from the bank in Amagansett.

Kenneth teamed up with East End architect Fred Throo to design the homes. Throo’s architectural designs for Amagansett Estates were the perfect match for Yerves,as both are known for their tasteful custom workmanship and quality finishing touches. Amagansett Estates is an exclusive private community. The project is underway: breaking ground this fall and slated to be ready occupancy in late spring of 2013. For more information, please contact Montauk Homes, LLC at 631-668-4907.

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WHAT EAST END REALTORS ARE SAYING “It’s always a good time to buy good real estate,” said Alan Schnurman, Real Estate Broker and Senior Vice President of Saunders and Associates.

“I’m seeing a lot of buyers from all corners of the world, said John Brady of Nestseekers International.

“The best advice I can offer potential sellers is to hire an experienced broker who they feel comfortable with and have confidence in,” said Susan Breitenbach, Senior Vice President and Associate Broker of the Corcoran Group.

Kurt Wenzel of RoseHip Properties is excited about Rentals again. “Montauk has really exploded as the hot H a m p t o n where the renters-inthe-know will vacation.”

“The market seems to have momentum and I’m very excited for fall 2012 and spring 2013,” said Lynn November, Top Realtor for Prudential Douglas Elliman.

“Home staging plays an important role as a tool to help sell a house, said Eileen Brod, Vice President of First Hampton International Realty.


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