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Hamptons Summer 2014 The Complete Guide to the Hamptons & North Fork

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SOUTHAMPTON Bright, sun filled 4+ bedroom, 2 bath home with new kitchen, stainless appliances, cathedral ceilings and fireplace. Beautiful 20 x 40 heated pool and large and private property. Located in Whalebone Landing with beach rights on Peconic Bay, tennis and beach pavilion. Minutes to Sag Harbor & Bridgehampton. Exclusive | $915,000 | ML# 2630362 Pam Jackson Licensed RE Salesperson 631.384.1277

SOUTHAMPTON Two waterfront parcels across the street from one another being sold as one. Private deeded dock with 31.5 feet of water frontage. Main house has 3+ Bedrooms, 1.5 baths, cathedral ceilings, fireplace. Legal attached apartment. Property is just 3 miles away from Southampton Village and 4 miles to Coopers Beach. Exclusive | $675,000 | ML# 2642063 Pam Jackson Licensed RE Salesperson 631.384.1277

SOUTHAMPTON WATERFRONT The perfect Hamptons get-away. Fully furnished 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath co-op that features an open and bright floor plan. Unit overlooks the waterfront heated pool and includes your own boat slip. Close proximity to world famous beaches, villages, transportation and shopping. Exclusive | $399,000 | ML# 2652370 Joan Zito Licensed RE Salesperson 631.488.7172

SHINNECOCK HILLS Beautiful cape on a wooded lot just shy of an acre. 1st floor features living room with fireplace, dining area, kitchen, breakfast nook, family room and full bath. Upstairs 3 bedrooms and bath. Tremendous privacy with room for pool. Peconic Bay beaches just a few blocks away. Exclusive | $725,000 | ML# 2634007 Denise E. Rosko Licensed RE Broker 516.220.1230

SHINNECOCK HILLS Perfectly situated with panoramic views of Shinnecock Bay and its own private sandy beach. Tastefully renovated waterfront with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room with fireplace, dining room and eatin chefs kitchen. Second floor bedroom has potential for walk out terrace. Co-Exclusive | $925,000 | ML# 2659251 Pam Jackson Licensed RE Salesperson 631.384.1277

HAMPTON BAYS WITH WATER VIEWS Large .85 acre property located across the street from the water and close to a marina. Main house is a 1930’s Sears kithouse with 2 bedrooms and a full bath with claw-foot tub. There is a large 20 x 30 detached workshop/garage and plenty of room for a pool. Exclusive | $449,000 | ML # 2645869 Jennifer L. Mason-Palma Licensed RE Associate Broker | 631.728.8599

HAMPTON BAYS Immaculate Post Modern on beautiful landscaped 1.19 acre lot with in-ground pool and tennis court. Located in Red Creek Ridge featuring a beautiful living room with fireplace, granite kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, finished lower level and two car garage. Perfect for entertaining. Exclusive | $875,000 | ML# 2640562 Denise E. Rosko Licensed RE Broker 516.2201230

HAMPTON BAYS One of a kind waterfront with unobstructed views of Shinnecock Bay and the ocean. 5 bedrooms, 3 baths, custom kitchen, recreation/media room, state of the art security system, 2 car garage, private beach, docking rights. Includes your own Boston Whaler. Exclusive | REDUCED $1,579,000 | ML# 2649425 Ron W. Holthaus Licensed RE Associate Broker 631.848.7262

HAMPTON BAYS Gorgeous Post Modern in prestigious Red Creek Ridge. Featuring a large entry, living room, great room with stone fireplace, kitchen, dining, laundry room, master en-suite, 2 additional bedrooms, 3 baths & bonus room. Luscious .95 acre property with beautiful lawn and in ground pool. Exclusive | Reduced $749,000 | ML# 2630974 Karen A. Gil Licensed RE Associate Broker 516.982.2034

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Visit us at our NEW Southampton location on Hampton Road. Sharing our passion for food with the Hamptons for over 14 years. open year round ~ 7 days a week www.citarella.com 631-537-5990 212-874-0383 Bridgehampton East Hampton Eastside Greenwich Village Westside

WATER MILL NORTH 7 BEDROOMS 7 BATHS 7 ACRES | $5,995,000 Nestled at the end of long scenic driveway in a pristine wooded preserve, this gated private sanctuary has all you can desire. The home offers an open layout that allows an abundance of natural light. Designer kitchen with the high-end appliances, heated pool, hot tub and all- weather tennis court. web # 37702 GEOFF GIFKINS 516 429 6927

SOUTHAMPTON SOUTH BAYFRONT TRADITIONAL | $2,695,000 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, plus full bath in pool house. Eat in kitchen, open floor plan, living room with fireplace, sunroom with fabulous sunsets, lower level features 1 bedroom with fireplace, full bath, walk out access, heated gunite pool, pool house, 2 outdoor showers, decking, boat dock. web # 35083 NANCY SKULNIK 631 356 3566

SOUTHAMPTON NORTH COMPOUND WITH TWO GARAGES | $1,399,000 The 4-bedroom home on 2-acre property offers 3,500 square feet of living space with an over-flow bedroom/office on the ground floor, open kitchen, living room, laundry room, oak floors, a fireplace. There is a 2-car attached garage, 1000-square-foot detached garage, garden shed, Vinyl pool, lawn, lovely sitting area. web # 66058 NATASHA PAPULOVA-PHILLIPS 631 702 3055


PRIVATE RETREAT | $1,950,000 This well maintained village home on an exquisitely manicured .62 of an acre on a flag lot is just moments from village center and beaches. Move in or build your dream house. House has been recently renovated with updates to kitchen and master bathroom. A perfect property to make your own. web # 72222 LAURA NIGRO 516 885 4509 | CARL NIGRO 631 404 8633


CHIC COUNTRY HOME IN HAMPTON WATERS | $1,495,000 2 story country home located on a private 3/4 of an acre with a heated pool and huge deck. Living room and dining room are surrounded by french doors . The first floor master suite with huge master bathroom. 3 bedrooms and den. Located in the great Hampton Waters with access to Bay Beach web # 45420 BRIGETTE BRANCONNIER 646 269 4859


WATER MILL NORTH SEVEN HEAVENLY ACRES | $3,600,000 Set off the beaten track, property borders a preserve with bridal paths for the horsey types. 5 bedrooms, 5 bath home with kitchen, open living dining area with fireplace, large master suite with additional room and enormous deck over looking the brick surround gunite pool. web # 65361 MAZ CROTTY 646 322 0223


5-BEDROOM HOME WITH POOL | $995,000 This 5-bedroom, 3-bath home sits on a 0.52 acre property in a quiet neighborhood surrounded by multi-million dollar homes and farmlands. The home boasts an open and airy living room with high ceiling with beams and skylights, a wood burning stove fireplace and sliding doors that lead to a patio and pool. web #72375 JACK HANGEN 516 398 1739




WESTHAMPTON BEAUTIFUL SHINGLE HOME I | $1,495,000 Soaring spaces, grand entry hall, 6 bedrooms and 4.5 baths with room for additonal StaffViking Kitchen, first floor master suite, home theater that seats many, large backyard with play set, a heated gunite pool and decking and terraces. Call to see this exclusive. web # 71648 JEFF STEINHORST 631 901 2165

NORTH HAVEN TRADITIONAL | $975,000 This 4-bedroom, 2-bath traditional home sits on 3 quarters of an acre. The newer parts of the home have been designed by a professional architect to preserve the true flavor of Sag Harbor. Just a short drive-over-the-bridge away from Sag Harbor Village. web # 67070 JOHN BRADY 631 294 4216 | PATY BRADY 631 902 2674


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SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE TRULY EXCEPTIONAL VILLAGE PROPERTY | $3,895,000 5-bedroom, 4.5 bath home epitomizes luxury living in the Hamptons. The property features a 1.5 space garage, heated gunite pool with whirlpool spa and custom high-end barbeque area. This shingle styled home has a wraparound porch and a fully renovated interior. French doors lead out to the patio, pool area and to the private landscaping. A must see. web # 72219 LAURA NIGRO 516 885 4509 | CARL NIGRO 631 404 8633

EAST HAMPTON VILLAGE ELEGANT VILLAGE HOME | $5,975,000 French-style home sited on landscaped property featuring a pool and pool house. Living room with fireplace; den with bath and kitchenette; formal dining room; eat-in kitchen; 4 bedrooms, 6 baths and a powder room. 2 fireplaces, 6-zone central air/heat, second-floor media room, two-car garage and large bluestone terraces with balustrades. Close to ocean beaches and Main Street. web #34476 SUSAN KOUFFMAN 631 838 7181


EAST HAMPTON SPRINGS LARGE ENTERTAINING HOME | $1,800,000 Great fully renovated and newly improved Home across from Three Mile Harbor. Large soaring living spaces, wonderful large eat in kitchen, 5 bedroom and 4 full baths on a lovely landscaped acre +. Incredible stone work abounds the property. All new pool area with TREK decking, new pool and all new systems and equipment make for a maintenance free home and carefree lifestyle. web # 38618 JEFF STEINHORST 631 901 2165


SEBONAC ROAD OVERLOOKING GOLF CLUB | $1,150,000 Completely renovated and expanded 3 bedroom, 3 full bath home, set on nearly 3 quarters of an acre park like grounds, with mature willows and evergreens, new heated pool and second story deck overlooking the 16th fairway at Southampton Golf Club. New master suite with walk in closet. Kitchen features Wolf, Sub Zero. Dining room opens onto deck and a new attached 2 car garage. web #131370 CHRISTOPHER COLLINS 631 204 7329

JUST OFF TWO HOLES OF WATER | $1,450,000 Wonderful 4-bedroom, 3-bath post modern on 1.55 +/- acres. CAC, heated pool, 2-car garage. Beyond the living room is a wall with a double fireplace opening to the living room and dining room. The kitchen is large enough to have a breakfast room at one end that opens to the deck, pool, and cabana area. This is a beautifully designed house. web # 63001 TOM FRIEDMAN 631 697 1103


SAG HARBOR A HOME TO REMEMBER | $1,200,000 3-bedroom, 2 bath home is located in Northside Hills. An ample size foyer opens to display the living room, fireplace, dining room, and kitchen. The upper level features a specious master bedroom adjacent to a large bonus room; (great for a nursery). The exterior boasts 3 decks, one overlooks the pool area, a 2-car garage with access to a 2nd level, a well-kept landscape web # 30111 ROSE MAURIELLO 516 768 0005

WATER MILL NORTH DESIGNER COMPOUND WITH ENDLESS VIEWS | $7,995,000 Estate on 5.11-acres with incredible views of Peconic Bay and Robins Island features a living room, two family rooms, a formal dining room; gourmet kitchen; 7 bedrooms, 11.5 baths and a finished basement with movie theatre & gym. Additional amenities include four fireplaces; 7 zone central air-conditioning; three-car garage; oversized heated Gunite pool with spa; pool house with bath, sunken Har-Tru tennis court. web # 37201 GEOFF GIFKINS 516 429 6927 | JAMES GIUGLIANO 631 456 3567

THE HOUSE ON LARKIN POND | $2,700,000 This 3000 sq. ft., Adirondack compound features 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths -- including an ultra-private guest loft/artist studio, stainless gourmet kitchen, open floor plan dining and living rooms. Mature landscaping, garden shed and pool. Just 5 minutes equidistant between Sag Harbor and East Hampton. web #63764 JOHN BRADY 631 294 4216

SOUTHAMPTON NORTH BEACH, TENNIS & BOATING RIGHTS! | $1,475,000 Newly renovated spacious 6 bedroom home in Southampton Shores. Set on great 0.78 lot with beautiful stone surround 20 X 40 brand new gunite pool, lovely front porch area and pillared driveway, large living dining area with archway and fireplace, separate den, kitchen area with marble counters. web # 42328 LINDA KOUZOUJIAN 516 901 1034





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Table of Contents

27 Insiders Guide to the beaches

24 Here Comes Summer 27 east end Beach Guide


33 Arts + Entertainment 47 kids + family

50 Fun in the Sun Our Cover: Photographed at Atlantic Double Dunes Preserves, Amagansett with model/Dan’s Papers editor Kelly Laffey, by art director Tina Guiomar.


Farmers Markets 61

on the east end

Wine Country 62



Centerfold Calendar

Where to Hike

Dining 73 Shopping + Style 91


Health + Beauty 99

Best Places

For lobster rolls

house + home 103 real estate 109

At Your Service 114

Hamptons Summer 2014 Contributors: Joseph Birone, Nicholas Chowske, Stephanie de Troy, Daniel Dermont, Stacy Dermont, Eric Feil, Sharon Feiereisen, Daniel Gonzalez, Jeff Iorio, John Laffey, Kelly Laffey, Lee Meyer, Oliver Peterson, Brendan J. O’Reilly.

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Here Comes Summer


he slender young blond woman stepped up to the podium and looked out over the enormous crowd that had filled the field. She wore flowers in her hair, gold sandals and a white silk robe. She tapped the microphone. It was working. “Hello, everybody,” she shouted. “And welcome once again to the Hamptons.” The crowd cheered. “For those of you who don’t know me, I am the Princess of Springtime, and I hope you’ve enjoyed how things have gone so far. The snows of winter have melted. The flowers have bloomed. The crops are planted and the birds are singing their songs everywhere. And so it is my job today…” “Bah!” came a loud voice from a man sitting in the front row. This was Old Man Winter. He shook his cane at her. “As I was saying,” the Princess of Springtime continued, “it is my job today to announce that my term is nearly up for 2014.” There were groans from the crowd. Many people shouted, “No! No!” “That’s quite all right,” the Princess said, smiling and bowing her head, “there is even better to come. Summer arrives on June 21 here in the Hamptons. If you are a local person, a tourist, a summer home owner…” “Bah” came from the front row. 24 | SUMMER 2014

“That’s quite enough of that, Mr. Winter. We all know what a wonderful job you did, sir. It was amazing, it really was. But time marches on. And so I am honored, so honored, to be here today to present to you the man who will replace me when my term expires…” “Give her another term…” came a shout from the back of the crowd. Laughter followed. “…the man who we’ve all been waiting for, the man who does such good for the Hamptons every year. I am talking about King Summer. King, come on out here and tell them what they can expect.” There was a round of applause. And the Princess extended her right arm toward the edge of the stage. Her rings glittered in the spotlight. And there, charging in from stage right, came King Summer. He ran over to the Princess and kissed her on the forehead just below the daisy that stuck out from her headband, then waved to the crowd and shouted, “Hello, Hamptons!” “Hello, Hamptons!” came the raspy voice from the front row, mocking him. The King, his gold crown pinned to his wavy black hair, looked briefly down at Old Man Winter, then spoke into the microphone the Princess had given him before she had made her departure. Dan’s papers Hamptons Summer

Here Comes Summer

Welcome Summer 2014!

by Dan Rattiner

“Let’s give a big hand for Princess of Springtime,” he shouted. “She’s still got a lot to do, three weeks to go and all. Let’s hear it for her. What a job she had to do to face down Old Man Winter.” The crowd roared, some of the people stood and applauded and the Princess reappeared briefly, curtsied, and went back off. “Well,” the King said, “let me tell you what I’ve got for you. I’ve got sailing, fishing, baseball, tennis and golf. I’ve got beach volleyball, barbecues, beach fires and bonfires, paddleboarding and surf riding—all the lifeguards are getting their last-minute training as we speak. “I’ve got dining in fine restaurants, celebrities, shopping and house-hunting and loads and loads of parties and fundraisers for you to go to every weekend. I’ve got a full summer of programs at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, at Bay Street Theater, at the John Drew Theater—now there’s even a new Southampton Cultural Center on Jobs Lane in Southampton. And let’s hear it for the Parrish Art Museum.” The crowd cheered and applauded. “And here are the main events for the summer. We’ve got Dan’s Taste of Summer, Super Saturday, Hamptons Polo, Author’s Night, all the doings at DansPapers.com

Ashawagh Hall and the North Sea Firehouse and the Quogue Cultural Center. There’s the Dan’s Papers Kite Fly and the Shelter Island 10K and on the North Fork the Mattituck Strawberry Festival and the Polish Town Fair and the shows at Vail-Leavitt and Suffolk Theater and all those events at the vineyards. “And there’s lots more. There’s the Sandcastle Competition, the Dan’s Papers $6,000 Literary Prize, the July 4th fireworks and Barcelona, wherever it might be. And don’t forget the grand finale—the Hampton Classic Horse Show on Labor Day Weekend! “Hope you enjoy it all. I’ve worked hard. And I’m ready. Are you ready? Let’s hear it. Ready?” “Ready!” the crowd shouted. “Can’t hear you!” “READY!!!” And with that, King Summer lifted his crown and waved it to the crowd, then trotted offstage. The ovation that followed lasted nearly eight minutes. And then, when it died down, there was just one single word, from the front row. “Bah!” SUMMER 2014 | 25

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Hamptons Beach Guide

BEACHIN’ IT in the Hamptons is everyone’s favorite pastime. Soak up the sun along the South Fork’s famed coastline, which offers everything from lifeguarded family fun with a side order of perfectly salted concession stand french fries, to more secluded hideaways ideal for the intrepid surfer. The villages and towns all have different, heavily enforced beach parking rules and regulations. So before your flip-flops slap the pavement en route to staking out that perfect slice of sand, make sure that your car has the requisite parking stickers readily visible. When in doubt, contact the town or village, and heed to the posted signs. To get you started, here is a rundown of what you need to know. Visit the Dan’s Papers Beach Guide at DansPapers.com/beachguide for more details regarding each individual beach, including state parks.

East Hampton: Alewive Brook Landing: Northwest Harbor Mile Hill: Northwest Harbor Old House Landing Road: Northwest Harbor Sammy’s Beach (or Sammis Beach): Bay beach


East Hampton Town boasts a variety of options for beach goers to soak up the sun. Resident permits are free, while nonresidents pay a fee of $375. Montauk is also home to state parks—Hither Hills, Montauk Point, Camp Hero, Shadmoor and Montauk Downs (with its top-ranked golf course). Below is a list of East Hampton Town beaches, with select amenities noted.

Camp Hero: Ocean beach, State park Culloden Point: Block Island Sound Ditch Plains Beach: Ocean beach, lifeguards, comfort station, concessions East Lake Beach (Gin Beach): Bay beach, lifeguards, comfort station, concessions Edison Beach: Ocean beach, lifeguards, comfort station Fort Pond Bay: Bay beach, picnic tables Hither Woods “Eddie Ecker Park”: Bay beach, comfort station, picnic tables Hither Hills Kirk Park Beach: Ocean beach, lifeguards, comfort station, concessions Montauk Point: Ocean beach, State park Shadmoor: Ocean beach, State park South Lake Beach: Lake Montauk, comfort station, picnic tables West Lake Drive: Bay beach, comfort station, concessions




Atlantic Avenue Beach: Ocean beach, lifeguards, comfort station, concessions, BBQ grills, picnic tables, daily parking available for $20 on weekdays Big Alberts Landing Beach: Bay beach, lifeguards, comfort station, BBQ grills, picnic tables Barns Hole: Bay beach Fresh Pond: Bay and pond, BBQ grills, picnic tables Indian Wells Beach: Ocean beach, lifeguards, comfort station, concessions Little Alberts Landing Beach: Bay beach, BBQ grills, picnic tables Lazy Point: Napeague Harbor DansPapers.com

Flaggy Hole: Bay beach Gerard Drive Park: Bay beach Maidstone Beach: Bay beach, lifeguards, comfort station, concessions, pavilion, BBQ grills, picnic tables, playground Louse Point: Bay beach

Wainscott: Beach Lane: Ocean beach Town Line: Ocean beach For more information, contact the Town of East Hampton at 631-324-4142 or town.east-hampton.ny.us

VILLAGE OF EAST HAMPTON There are five beaches in the Village of East Hampton, including Main Beach, which was named the No. 1 beach in the country last year. A valid parking permit is required from May 15 through September 15, and permits are free to residents of the village. Nonresident  beach permits  are already sold out for the 2014 season, but Main Beach and Two Mile Hollow Beach will sell daily parking passes for $25. Both will be sold at Main Beach, though only a limited number are available on weekends and holidays. Note that Town of East Hampton parking permits are not valid at village beaches. There are three  lifeguard-protected beaches  in the village:  Main Beach,  Georgica Beach and  Two Mile Hollow Beach. Lifeguards are on duty from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., weekends Memorial Day until the last Saturday in June, then seven days until Labor Day. Georgica Beach: Ocean beach, lifeguard, comfort station Egypt Beach: Ocean beach Main Beach: Ocean beach, lifeguard, picnic area, comfort station and concessions Two Mile Hollow Beach: Ocean beach, lifeguard, comfort station Wiborg Beach: Ocean beach For more information, contact the Village of East Hampton at 631-324-4150 or easthamptonvillage.org.

SOUTHAMPTON TOWN Southampton Town boasts lifeguarded beaches, most of which have bathrooms and food options, and Trustee and Town Access Roads to the beach. Residents may purchase  parking passes  for $30 per vehicle, and nonresidents can pay a full season fee of $300 per Continued on page 28

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Hamptons Beach Guide vehicle. Nonresident daily permits may be purchased at beaches noted for $20. Permits are required from May 24–Labor Day, 9 a.m.– 9 p.m. Some Trustee and Town Access Roads require a permit beginning as early as May 15—always check posted signs. Beaches are opened and, where applicable, staffed with lifeguards weekends only beginning Memorial Day Weekend. Most open full-time, seven days a week, on June 21, though some won’t fully open until July 1. Emma Rose Elliston Park, North Sea: Lake beach, resident only

Foster Memorial (Long) Beach, Noyac: Bay beach, lifeguards, comfort station, daily pass available Flying Point Beach, Water Mill: Ocean beach, lifeguards, food trucks Mecox Beach, Bridgehampton: Ocean beach, lifeguards, food trucks, comfort station, daily pass available Old Ponquogue Bridge, Marine Park, Hampton Bays: Bay beach Pikes Beach, Westhampton Dunes: Ocean beach, daily pass available Ponquogue Beach, Hampton Bays: Ocean beach, concessions, lifeguards, comfort station, daily pass available

Sagg Main Beach, Sagaponack: Ocean beach, lifeguards, comfort station, daily pass available Tiana Beach, East Quogue: Ocean beach, concessions, lifeguards, picnic tables, comfort station, daily pass available W. Scott Cameron Beach, Bridgehampton: Ocean beach, lifeguards, comfort station, resident only

Trustee and Town Access Roads to the Beach Big Fresh Pond, Fishing Access Permit Cold Spring Road, Tuckahoe Dolphin Lane, East Quogue Flying Point Road, Mecox Inlet Gibson Lane, Bridgehampton Mermaid Lane, East Quogue Ocean Road, Bridgehampton Peters Pond, Sagaponack Roads H, I, K & L, Hampton Bays Sandbar Beach, East Quogue Triton Lane, East Quogue Trout Pond, Noyac East and West Landing, Hampton Bays Wildwood Lake, Northampton For more information, contact the Town of Southampton at 631-728-8585 or southamptontownny.gov

VILLAGE OF SOUTHAMPTON The Village of Southampton  is home to a number of beaches. Coopers Beach is the area’s main beach— it was rated the No. 1 beach in America by Dr. Beach in 2010—and it is the only one in the village with lifeguards. Unless otherwise noted, permits are required from May 15–September 15, from 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Owners and year-round renters may receive their free parking permit by mail or at Village Hall, up to three cars per household. The form is available online now. “Local” non-village residents residing in the Southampton Fire or School Districts can obtain a permit for $225 per car, and summer visitors can pay a fee of $350 per car. Daily parking passes are available at Coopers for $40. Southampton Town parking passes are not valid at Southampton Village beaches.  Coopers Beach: Ocean beach, lifeguards, comfort station, concessions, picnic tables Cryder Lane: Ocean beach Dune Beach: Ocean beach, village residents only Fowler Beach: Ocean beach Gin Lane: Ocean beach Halsey Neck Lane: Ocean beach Road F: Ocean beach Road G: Ocean beach Road D: Ocean beach Old Town Road: Ocean beach Little Plains Lane: Ocean beach Wyandanch Lane: Ocean beach For more information, contact the Village of Southampton at 631-283-0247 or southamptonvillage.org. 28 | SUMMER 2014

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NORTH FORK Beach Guide RIVERHEAD TOWN Resident permits are $15 for the season, and nonresidents may purchase a day pass for $35 or a season pass for $200. Permits are required from Memorial Day to Labor Day, and they are available at the  Riverhead Town Recreation Department office or at all town beaches from 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Iron Pier Beach: Lifeguards, comfort station, concessions Reeve’s Beach: Comfort station South Jamesport Beach: Lifeguards, comfort station, concessions Wading River Beach: Comfort station For more information, contact the Town of Riverhead at 631-727-3200 or townofriverheadny.gov.

SOUTHOLD TOWN Eight beaches  fall under the jurisdiction of  Southold Town, with  Town Beach  arguably being the most popular. Resident beach permits are $10 perseason. A nonresident seasonal permit is $150. Daily parking is $25 per day, where available. Permits are available at the Southold Town Clerk’s Office or by mail. There are also Park District Beaches that require additional permits, available at the district beach when it is open.

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Goldsmith Inlet Goose Creek: Lifeguards, comfort station Kenny’s Beach: Lifeguards, comfort station Laurel Lake Park: Parking permit not required McCabe’s Beach: Lifeguards, comfort station New Suffolk Beach: Lifeguards, daily parking Norman E. Klipp Park/Gull Pond Beach: Lifeguards, daily parking Town Beach: Lifeguards, comfort station, daily parking

Cutchogue-New Suffolk Park District Nassau Point Beach: Lifeguards, comfort station Pequash Avenue Beach (Fleet Neck Beach): Lifeguards, comfort station Call 631-734-5224 for more information.

Mattituck Park District Aldrich Lane Park Breakwater Park: Comfort station Bailie’s Beach Park Bay Avenue Park Mattituck Creek Boat Launching Park Mattituck Park District Beach Yacht Club Marratooka Lake Veterans Memorial Park: Lifeguards Wolf Pit Lake Call 631-298-9103 for more information.

Orient-East Marion Park District Truman’s Beach Orient State Park Call 631-323-2481 for more information.

Southold Park District Emerson Park Founders Landing: Lifeguards, comfort station Horton’s Pt. Lighthouse Park Triangle Park Call 631-765-6019 for more information For more info, contact the Town of Southold at 631-765-1800 or southoldtown.northfork.net.

SHELTER ISLAND Resident permits are free. Weekly parking permits are $35, monthly permits can be obtained for $75 and fullseason permits are $200. Crescent Beach:Lifeguards, restaurant across street Fresh Pond Menhaden Lane Beach: Town landing Shell Beach: $20 daily permit available Wades Beach: Lifeguards, $20 daily permit available For info, 631-749-0291 or shelterislandtown.us

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Beach Fire Rules and Tips by Brendan J. O’Reilly

As much fun as beaches are during the day, at night the good times continue with the help of a toasty, and tidy, beach fire. Spending time with friends around a fire is a timehonored tradition of summer, but before building a fire in a public place, there are a number of rules to consider, plus best practices to be conscious of. At some beaches on the East End, fires are always prohibited, while on others they require a permit. Often a container of some sort if mandatory, and ashes and remnants must be disposed off where they won’t litter the beach and won’t reignite. Go to DansPapers.com/beachguide to learn the restrictions at individual beaches.

When building a beach fire, the location is very important. The fire should be, at the very least, 50 feet from any beach grass and other vegetation. Hot flying embers could easily cause a brush fire. Also keep a safe distance from the parking lot. Embers and a car’s paint job don’t mix. If building a ground fire, use a shovel—or your hands—to dig a little ditch first. If a container is required, consider using an old charcoal grill minus the legs. Half an old oil drum also works well. Never use pressure-treated wood in a beach fire. Not only is it bad for the environment, it is also hazardous for anyone sitting near the fire, and it smells bad. The driftwood strewn around the beach makes for a much better fire. If planning to bring wood to the beach, avoid anything with nails and staples in it. Pallets are notorious for leaving behind nails that make a mess and are dangerous for barefoot beachgoers. While many consider a larger fire a better fire, large fires are also typically short-lived, as wood supplies run out quickly. And large fires also run a higher risk of getting out of control. Keep the fire manageable— less then 3 feet in diameter and no more than 2 feet high. As it burns down, add wood to keep it going for the duration of your stay at the beach. Though the bay or ocean may be right there with a large supply of water, getting that water to a fire pit or hot ember that made landfall is going to be hard without buckets, so make sure to bring a few. Fill the DansPapers.com

buckets before even lighting the fire and keep them within arm’s reach. A small fire may be extinguished by kicking some sand on it, but that is an arduous task for larger fires. Plus, the sand will remain hot for hours. Beachgoers who come around the next morning could burn themselves severely. BH_DansList_Full_Layout 1 4/12/12 10:27 AM Page 1 To ensure safety and to prevent brush fires, soak down a fire completely. Stir the embers around with

a stick, and soak it again. Keep doing this until there are no hotspots remaining. Make sure you don’t leave behind unsightly embers, but also don’t throw warm embers in the trash. Many trash fires begin this way. Keep all this in mind for your enjoyment of the beach—undisturbed by the authorities—and for the enjoyment of the people who come to the beach after you.


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Arts + Entertainment

New at Parrish Art Museum! by Stephanie de Troy


ince the opening of its new building in November of 2012, the Parrish Art Museum has done great things—and with exciting events in store for Summer 2014, the Museum is continuing, with unbridled momentum, to highlight art and culture on the East End. Last summer, the Parrish brought us live outdoor music, cocktails on the terrace and numerous opportunities to mix and mingle alongside great works of art. So what’s in store for this summer? This season’s exhibitions kick off with “Jennifer Bartlett: History of the Universe—works 1970-2011.” On view through July 13, this is the first major museum survey of Bartlett’s work, and is organized by former Parrish adjunct curator Klaus Ottmann, now Director of the Center for the Study of Modern Art and Curator at Large at The Phillips Collection. Beginning on July 4 and running through October 13, “Platform: Maya Lin” will feature Lin’s “Pin River– Sandy,” a massive geographical installation depicting the boundaries of Hurricane Sandy’s flood plain, composed of thousands of straight pins. Lin’s marble sculptures “Arctic Circle,” “Latitude New York City” and “Equator,” representing the topographies at each of these positions on the globe, will be installed in concentric rings in the center of the gallery floor. The exhibition also includes three new recycled silver works, “Accabonac Harbor,” “Georgica Pond” and “Mecox Bay.” “William Glackens” (on view July 20–October 13) will include 75 works on loan from museums and private collections tracing Glackens’ career from the mid-1880s to the 1930s as an important figure in American Modernism and member of The Eight. Glackens’s paintings of Bellport Harbor will be on view. To enrich your viewing experience, visitors are invited to take part in talks and tours with curators in a program called The Curator’s View. On Sunday, July 20, exhibition curator Avis Berman will be leading a gallery tour of “William Glackens.” On Thursday, June DansPapers.com

26, Chief Curator Alicia Longwell will lead a tour on “Jennifer Bartlett: History of the Universe—Works 1970-2011.” Longwell will also be leading tours of “William Glackens” on Thursday, August 7 and on William Merritt Chase, a major figure of the permanent collection, on Thursday, August 21. On Thursdays, June 26, August 7 and August 21, take part in “Brain Food: Conversations on Art”—a new series of lunch-hour talks related to the Museum’s special exhibitions and permanent collection—it’s also an opportunity to grab a bite to eat at the delightful Art of Eating Café. This summer, PechaKucha Night Hamptons is back with Vol. 8, on Friday, June 13. The interactive event is a great opportunity to meet our local artists, writers, musicians, farmers, baymen, winemakers, chefs, designers and more as presenters talk about living creatively on the East End. Music lovers will revel in Sounds of Summer, which kicks off on Friday, May 23 at 6 p.m. with the HooDoo Loungers and continues on select Fridays through September 5. Free with museum admission, visitors are invited to bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy listening to live music on the grass, while sipping on a beverage from the museum café. Alternating Fridays, beginning May 30 at 6 p.m., will be Jazz en Plein Air, featuring live jazz played by musicians selected by Richie Siegler, jazz musician and founding director of Escola de Samba BOOM. After all the excitement and running around in the summer, relax and be entertained with theater and film. Kurt Vonnegut’s Galápagos, a world premiere theatrical adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut’s 1985 novel, is the latest from the creative duo Tucker Marder and Christian Scheider. (Monday, July 21, Wednesday, July 23, Thursday, July 24 and Friday, July 25.) On Friday, August 8, there will be a special screening of the documentary Remembering the Artist: Robert De Niro, Sr. (official selection Sundance

Film Festival 2014). De Niro was a celebrated painter obscured by the Pop Art movement, and his life and career are chronicled in the artist’s own words, by his contemporaries and, movingly, by his son, actor Robert De Niro. (According to Parrish Museum Executive Director Terrie Sultan, there are also plans for a future Robert De Niro, Sr. exhibition at the museum.) And on Friday, August 22, there will be an outdoor screening of Atlantic Vibrations, Vol. 2—short, noncommercial surf movies by emerging and established local filmmakers, selected by film curator and consultant Tyler Breuer, film director Michael Halsband and artist Mike Solomon. Of course, summer wouldn’t be complete without the Museum’s annual fetes! Landscape Pleasures Symposium and Cocktail Party, Saturday and Sunday, June 7 and 8, will include a tour of the Southampton Village estate of fashion designer Tory Burch, as well as four other exceptional properties. Landscape Pleasures’ Saturday morning symposium includes presentations by British landscape designer Arne Maynard and renowned historian Martin Filler, among others. Then there’s the Midsummer Party, on Saturday, July 12. This year’s bash is set to include a stunning atmosphere created by acclaimed event designer Ron Wendt, out-of-this-world catering by Olivier Cheng and the inspiring beats of DJ Coleman. Adding to the excitement this year is an online auction, featuring one-of-a-kind artist experiences. New this year, and not to be missed, is the installation of two important outdoor sculptures by Roy Lichtenstein, “Tokyo Brushstrokes I” and “Tokyo Brushstrokes II,” 1994—which now sit at the entryway to the Museum, close to and visible from Montauk Highway. The Parrish Art Museum is located at 279 Montauk Highway in Water Mill. Stay up-to-date with all programs and exhibitions by visiting parrishart.org, or call 631-283-2118. SUMMER 2014 | 33

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Suffolk Theater Lights Up Riverhead’s Main Street by Lee Meyer


he Suffolk Theater is thriving in its second year. The circa 1933 Art Deco theater, which underwent extensive renovations, now serves as a cultural beacon in Riverhead. Artistic and General Director Dan Binderman fills the historic landmark with lively performances—and sell-out crowds. “This theater has the potential to become one of the great concert halls, like the Fillmore East in New York or the Whiskey A Go Go in L.A.,” he says. The summer fun begins on Friday, May 23, when the Long Island Comedy Showcase returns to the theater with an all-new lineup of Long Island comedians. Hosted by WALK 97.5’s Paul Anthony, the evening will feature Comedy Showcase director Chris Davis, “Long Island’s #1 Impressionist” John Santo and Chris Roach, who had a recurring role on One Life to Live as “loveable mental patient” Rodney. On Friday, June 13, head to Riverhead for the Georgia Satellites’ southern rock night. Their unique mix of country and classic rock styles are guaranteed to get audiences dancing the night away. Get your “groove on” with the Earth, Wind & Fire Tribute Band on Saturday, July 5. On Saturday, July 12, Ashley Monroe of the Country Music Award-winning Pistol Annies perform. On Friday, July 25, Arlo Guthrie performs, and on July 26, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes return Final Horizontal to the East End, followed by an evening with Grateful Dead songwriter Robert Hunter—his first-ever Long

Island appearance!—on Sunday, July 27, then on Friday, August 1, listen to some amazing blues by Grammy-winner Rick Derringer. Beloved singersongwriter Joan Osborne, known for the hit “(What if God Was) One of Us,” performs on Friday, August 8, followed by contemporary folk artist Dar Williams on Saturday, August 16.

Dance the night away with the “Dance Dance Thursdays” series starting on Thursday, May 29, with East End favorite Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks and a Rockabilly dance party. The dance party continues on Thursday, June 12 with Bee Gees tribute band Stayin’ Alive playing the iconic band’s biggest hits, like “You Should Be Dancing.”

On Thursday, June 26, Mambo Loco performs their signature Afro-Cuban and Puerto Rican-style jazz music. The iconic Lovin’ Spoonful combines the best of folk, country and rock with their show on Thursday, July 3. On Thursday, July 24, alt-rock icon Everlast will perform, followed by a repeat performance by Gene Casey and the Lone Sharks. Mambo Loco returns on Thursday, August 7, and the Dance Dance Thursdays series concludes with the New Millennium Swing band on Thursday, August 21. On Wednesday, June 18, the Coney Island Burlesque makes the first of two appearances at. Their bawdy, adults-only vaudeville act, which includes sideshow freaks and upbeat music, will also perform on Sunday, July 20 as part of the Hamptons LGBT Comedy Fest, which begins on Friday, July 18 with gay icon Sandra Bernhard. On Saturday, July 19, Scott Thompson, known for The Kids in the Hall, will have audiences in stitches. Suffolk Theater also has a full bar and restaurant. Doors typically open 90 minutes prior to performances, with an a la carte menu offered throughout the evening. The Suffolk Theater is located at 118 East Main Street in Riverhead, 631-727-4343. For more information, including dates and times for all events, go to suffolktheater.com.


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The Southampton Center of It All by Nick Chowske

The Southampton Center is gearing up for a big season, with a summer calendar that is filing up fast with a host of events, parties, concerts and series, all geared toward family and community. “It’s going to be crazy-busy, and I can’t wait,” says Michele Thompson, the Center’s new director. Thompson came on as the Southampton Center’s first director in February, and she is working to make the Center an integral part of Southampton’s community fabric. “I want the summer to come and see how everything works out.”

The Southampton Center launched its first season of free programming last summer, and found immediate success, which it will build on as “We’re a new 501(c)(3), and we’ve sort of partnered with the village in envisioning this place,” she says. “The idea is to create a warm cultural hub in the Village of Southampton, and sort of throw open the grounds and the building to the people,” Thompson says. The Southampton Center, located on the site of the former Parrish Art Museum on Jobs Lane, is at the heart of the village, making it a natural hotspot for the community.


Come to the Parrish this summer to see extraordinary exhibitions and experience a full roster of unique, dynamic programs and events EXHIBITIONS

Jennifer Bartlett: History of the Universe Works 1970 – 2011 Through July 13

William Glackens July 20 to October 13

Platform: Maya Lin July 4 to October 13

Parrish Road Show: A creative off-site summer series throughout August featuring Michael Combs, Evan Desmond Yee

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS Live Music on the Terrace

Featuring Eliot Zigmund, The Next Level Band, Mambo Loco, Iris Ornig, Edith & Bennett, and more

Fridays, May 30; June 6 & 27; July 4 & 25; August 1 & 29; 6-8pm

Yoga on the Terrace

Kurt Vonnegut's Galápagos

In association with Ananda Wellness & Yoga Center

A theatrical adaptation by Tucker Marder and Christian Scheider

Sundays, July & August, 11am

July 21, 23, 24, 6pm; July 25, 4pm

Bluegrass & BBQ

Featuring the Ebony Hillbillies September 5, 5-8pm


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“We want to see people using the grounds, so we want to do everything we can do to create a lively, welcoming, open environment and put on interesting, smart, fun cultural programs that run the gamut from music to dances to talks to kids programs,” Thompson says. With that goal in mind, the Southampton Center has partnered with a number of local groups to create a fun and exciting lineup. “We are going to be doing a partnership with Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre again that’s going to encompass kids puppet shows and music concerts,” she says. Goat on a Boat is a nonprofit puppet company based in Sag Harbor that’s dedicated to introducing children and families to live theater (read more about it on page 47). The Southampton Center will also be hosting children’s summer camps this year. “We’ve partnered with Bay Street Theater to do two weeks of theater camp in early August,” Thompson says, “and then we’re partnering up with The Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) to do a week of film camp towards the end of August.” Aside from puppet shows, concerts and camps, the Southampton Center will be holding a series of talks on Thursdays and an outdoor film series on Friday evenings. “And of course, we’re going to have a series of really interesting things in the gallery,” Thompson says, “but we’re still hammering out what’s going to happen in there.” The highlight of the season will surely be the center’s inaugural fundraiser. “We are going to have our First Annual Summerfest in late August, which will be a fundraiser for the Southampton Art Center,” Thompson says. To reach out to the community even further, the Southampton Center will be making the grounds available to outside groups for their own benefits and parties. “The folks at Septemberfest are going to be using the space for a benefit, and the Southampton Animal Shelter is going to be using this facility for one of their benefits,” she says. While the Southampton Center has made great strides in the last two years, they are nowhere near completion. “When we’re able to do some work on the building, which is going to be several years down the road, we’re going to physically open up the space,” Thompsen says. “We’re going to open up some of the entrances that haven’t been used in a long time, and we’re going to do some things on the grounds to make them more welcoming and friendly.” In the mean time, the Southampton Center is using its programs and shows, during the summer and all year long, to communicate that sense of openness to the community. The Southampton Center is located at 25 Jobs Lane in Southampton, 631-283-0967. For more information, or to view their seasonal calendar, visit southamptoncenter.org. Dan’s papers Hamptons Summer

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Bay Street Theater Sizzles This Summer by Lee Meyer


his summer marks the beginning of a new era for Sag Harbor’s Bay Street Theater (formerly “Theatre”). New Artistic Director Scott Schwartz has crafted a main stage season of innovative and dynamic theater, with two new plays and a classic comedy starring a beloved Hamptonite. Kicking off the season on Tuesday, May 27 is the world premiere of Conviction, a new drama by Carey Crim. Conviction explores the life of a once-celebrated schoolteacher whose life was destroyed following an accusation of inappropriate behavior. Conviction, starring Garret Dillahunt and Sarah Paulson, is also the first show Schwartz will be directing at Bay Street and will run through June 15. Things get a bit lighter starting on Tuesday, June 24, with Tom Stoppard’s Travesties, starring East End favorite Richard Kind. Travesties is a period piece about British consul Henry Carr (played by Kind), who reminisces about the famous figures he met during World War I, such as James Joyce, Tristan Tzara and even Vladimir Lenin. These interactions

are framed through an amateur production of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest. The show is partially based on the life of the real Henry Carr. This zany production runs through July 20. The season concludes with the world premiere of My Life Is a Musical, a musical comedy by Adam Overett, which opens on Tuesday, July 29. My Life Is a Musical tells the story of a young man who experiences his everyday life as a musical—and he hates it. The fun new show will run through August 31. In addition to the main stage, Bay Street Theater will bring back its popular Comedy Club, featuring hilarious stand-up acts by popular comedians. Before the Comedy Club proper begins, check out a special performance by Emmy Award–winning comedienne Paula Poundstone on Saturday, May 24. On Monday, June 2, Kevin Pollack will appear, followed by an All Star Comedy Night on June 9; Richard Lewis on June 20; Steve Rannazzisi on June 30; Heather McDonald on July 7; Bobby Collins on July 14; and Bob Marly on August 11. The Comedy Club is an adults-only

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he Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC) has planned a summer filled with exciting performances guaranteed to thrill East End audiences. With new Executive Director James Burke at the helm, summer 2014 is looking to be a fantastic season for the organization. Two-time Grammy winner Rickie Lee Jones comes to WHBPAC on Saturday, May 24. Jones, who has been a pop icon for more than 30 years, has had a storied career, gracing the cover of Rolling Stone twice in two years and appearing on shows like Saturday Night Live. Her new album is expected later this year. Americana country-rock band Delta Rae brings their Chasing Twisters Tour to the East End on June 14. The sextet has been compared to Fleetwood Mac. You won’t have to walk “A Thousand Miles” to see singer-songwriter Vanessa Carlton on June 15. This talented musician is known for her beautiful piano/pop music; WHBPAC calls her a “soulful pop songstress.” Known for his “Montauk” ballad (and countless other hits), East Ender Rufus Wainwright, who WHBPAC calls a “poperatic diva,” will entrance audiences on June 20. Wainwright recently performed a medley of Billy Joel hits at the Kennedy Center Honors and has a new album, Vibrate. Three-time Grammy winner Lucinda Williams performs on June 21. Williams is known for her unique blend of country, folk, rock and blues. Bela Fleck teams up with Brooklyn Rider on June 29, combining Fleck’s bluegrass/jazz beat with Brooklyn Rider’s string quartet. On July 6, the Commodores, featuring founding member/lead guitarist Thomas McClary, rock the

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house with Motown favorites. Pop icon Matthew Sweet is up next on July 12, when he’ll no doubt perform hits like “Girlfriend” and songs from his new album, Modern Art. On the heels of their new album, Inside/Outside, Procul Harum rocks the WHBPAC stage on July 13. On July 20, singer/songwriter and former 10,000 Maniacs member Natalie Merchant will perform her first collection of entirely original songs in 13 years. Tribute band Fab Faux will take audiences on a nostalgic ride through the Beatles’ legendary music on July 26. Closing out July is Dave Mason’s Traffic Jam on July 27. August is just as full, with Pat Metheny Unity Group on August 3; Michael Feinstein on August 9; Cecile McLorin Salvant on August 10; JJ Grey & Mofro on August 17; Nitty Gritty Dirt Band on August 23; Lyle Lovett on August 24; Chris Isaak on August 30; and Demetri Martin on August 31.

WHBPAC will be balancing music with comedy. On May 31 is Gabriel Iglesias, known for his hilarious life stories and Hawaiian shirt. Iglesias was also on Nickelodeon’s Saturday Night Live(SNL)-style show All That, where he was clearly too old. On June 27, Jim “Modern Day Bill Cosby Wearing a Metallica T-shirt” Breuer hits the stage. Breuer is well known for his run on SNL and his role in the classic comedy Half Baked. Breuer is also known for his family friendly humor, so you won’t have to hire a babysitter (although we won’t judge if you do). Speaking of the kiddies, the Zoppe Italian Family Circus comes to WHBPAC from July 31–August 3, featuring clowns, acrobatics, audience participation and more. WHBPAC is located at 76 Main Street, Westhampton Beach, 631-288-1500.For tickets and more information on the WHBPAC, go to whbpac.org.

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Guild Hall, the Heart of East Hampton

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of Eugene Pack’s Night With Oscar, starring Matthew Broderick, on Thursday, August 21. The hilarious Celebrity Autobiography night returns on Friday, August 22 with featured performers Alec Baldwin, Christie Brinkley and more, and actress and singer Linda Eder performs on Sunday, August 31.

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ast Hampton’s beloved center for the visual and performance arts is gearing up for a fabulous summer of theater, music, art galleries and exciting events. Guild Hall’s 2014 Season Spectacular, on Saturday, July 5, will feature a performance by iconic comedian Martin Short. Additionally, the beautiful jewel-box-style John Drew Theater will be home to a host of great theatrical productions throughout the season. From May 21–June 8, Guild Hall will present a production of Red by Jonathan Logan. Stephen Hamilton directs this drama about artist Mark Rothko, who sets out to create a series of murals for The Four Seasons restaurant in Manhattan’s Seagram Building. Victor Slezak and Christian Scheider star. Tova Feldshuh does a star turn in a staged reading of Jenny Lyn Bader’s Mona Lisa Speaks, a one-woman show inspired by real events, on Sunday, June 29. Marlo Thomas, Greg Mullavey, Jim Stanek and Kate Wetherhead star in Joe DiPietro’s comedy Clever Little Lies from July 16–August 3. Also on August 3 is An Evening with David Sedaris, the essayist/performer, which is sure to entertain. Playwright and poet Lemon Andersen will present a staged reading of his latest work, ToasT, on DansPapers_BlueSky_18.pdf 1 Thursday, August 14. Christine Ebersole will perform on Sunday, August 17, followed by a staged reading

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ellport’s Gateway Playhouse is known for its lively summer season of classic musicals, and 2014 is no exception! Kicking off the season is 42nd Street, a tap-dancing musical extravaganza about a girl from a small town who comes to the Great White Way with dreams of making it big. While rehearsing for a show, a chance incident sends her from chorus girl to leading lady in one fell swoop. With hit songs like “Lullaby of Broadway,” “We’re in the Money” and more, this is a family musical everyone will enjoy. 42nd Street runs from May 21–June 8. Smokey Joe’s Café, the Tony-nominated musical featuring the works of Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller, is next. Songs include “Fools Fall in Love,” “Poison Ivy,” “Hound Dog,” “Charlie Brown,” “Jailhouse Rock,” “On Broadway” and many more. Smokey Joe’s Café runs from June 11–June 28. The Addams Family, a musical adaptation of the beloved macabre TV comedy series, runs from August 27–September 13.

Gateway will also present shows at the Patchogue Theatre. Disney’s Mary Poppins arrives via magic umbrella from July 2–July 19. A show far ahead of its time, The seminal Rodgers & Hammerstein musical, South Pacific, runs from July 23–AUGUST 9. South Pacific tells the story of two Americans—a nurse and a lieutenant—stationed on a Polynesian island during World War II whose socially accepted values are challenged when they meet and fall in love with islanders. Featuring such songs as “I’m Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair,” “Some Enchanted Evening,” “Bali Ha’i” and more, this beloved slice of musical theater history will envelope audiences in its gorgeous music and romantic story. From August 13–17, the Patchogue Theatre will present Legends in Concert, a tribute concert featuring the music of Elton John, Madonna, Donna Summer, Michael Jackson, Michael Bublé and Celine Dion. For more information on all performances, go to gatewayplayhouse.com.

The East Hampton Arts Council (EHAC), a new nonprofit organization with a mission to bring together the artistic community of East Hampton, will hold several meetings and events over the course of the summer. One upcoming event is a logo contest open to all local artists. Check Dan’s Papers and DansPapers.com for more information on EHAC meetings and events. The Hampton Theatre Company in Quogue presents Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage through June 8. This dark comedy tells the story of two sets of parents whose attempt at discussing a confrontation between their children quickly turns ugly. On Sunday, August 24, the Hampton Theatre Company will kick off its 30th anniversary season with a gala benefit at the Quogue Field Club. For more information and tickets, go to hamptontheatre.org. To find more arts events throughout the summer, go to Events.DansPapers.com.

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Healthcare” and “Gershwin, Ellington and the Search for an American Sound.” No homework, no tests, no grades—just a fascinating day celebrating the love of lifelong learning. Regular registration for One Day Universtiy in Southampton is $159. Visit OneDayU.com and enter coupon code DAN119 for an advance discount.

A Literary Summer Summertime inspires many things here on the East End, great writing among them. The Dan’s Papers $6,000 Literary Prize for Nonfiction, now in its third year, will once again honor such writing with a $5,000 first prize and two $500 runner-up prizes, all to be handed out at the awards ceremony at the John Drew Theater in East Hampton at 4 p.m. on Saturday, August 16. Dan’s Papers founder Dan Rattiner will give the introductory remarks, and the keynote speaker will be Walter Isaacson, director of the Aspen Institute and biographer of Steve Jobs. Len Riggio, Chairman of Barnes & Noble, will announce the Literary Prize winner, and Academy Award winner Mercedes Ruehl will read the first-place selection to the audience. This year, the new Dan’s Papers Literary Scholarship is also being awarded by Dan’s Papers to a student at Stony Brook University who is pursuing a career in writing. Writers entering the Literary Prize competition need not be from the Hamptons or North Fork, but their entries must reference eastern Long Island in some meaningful way. So let the sun and sand and surf inspire you. You have until July 21 to enter, and all rules can be found at LiteraryPrize.danspapers.com. The Dan’s Papers Literary Prize is sponsored by Hampton Jitney, Southampton Inn, Bobby Van’s, Sotto Sopra, Two Trees Farms, Bridgehampton National Bank, Ovation Travel, BK Builders, Six Sigma Auto Group (BMW, Audi, Porsche, Mini) Hamptons H2O. Major funding is provided by Barnes & Noble.


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East End Summer Art Fairs by Stephanie de Troy


uly heats up with three big art fairs hitting the Hamptons. What once seemed like just a good idea has now become an annual summertime institution as ArtHamptons, artMRKT and Art Southampton return to the East End, each time further perfecting the art of the fair experience.

July 10–13 Preview benefits Guild Hall.

12; ArtPolo @ ArtHamptons, on July 13, a customized polo demonstration in an adjacent field hosted by the Southampton Hunt and Polo Club; and the Museum Curators Weekend Retreat. The elegant art  café in the center of the Pavilion provides fairgoers and exhibitors with easy access to dining while still being able to keep an eye on the surrounding artwork (and people!). There’s also the option to dine al fresco in the Sculpture Gardens.

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Arthamptons.com Now in its seventh year, ArtHamptons is back with an expanded pavilion to accommodate the growing number of visitors and exhibitors. The 2014 fair will be honoring Water Mill artist Jane Freilicher with the 2014  Lifetime Achievement Award  and a  50-year retrospective  (courtesy of  Tibor de Nagy) on view at  ArtHamptons. Robert Wilson, artist and Artistic Director of The Watermill Center, a performing arts laboratory, will receive the 2014 Arts Patron of the Year Award. Special events, aside from the opening night Guild Hall benefit, will include the 22nd Annual Tea Dance, benefiting the Empire State Pride Agenda on July 12; the 7th Annual Young Presidents Organization/World Presidents Organization summer art party on July 12; the ArtHamptons Contemporary Home Tour on July

July 10–13, Preview benefits LongHouse Reserve. Bridgehampton Historical Society, 2368 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton art-mrkt.com/hamptons The fourth edition of artMRKT Hamptons showcases a tightly focused selection of painting, sculpture, drawings, photography, video and installation by modern and contemporary international artists from galleries across the states. With over 9,500 visitors last year, the open-plan tent will be expanded this year. Setting artMRKT apart from other fairs, only 40 galleries will be presented—making for a more intimate viewing. The opening preview benefit for LongHouse Reserve will be hosted and curated by Norwood, with specialty beverages by Absolut and live music. Norwood will also be designing and hosting this year’s VIP lounge. Last year’s gourmet and specialty food

trucks will be back by popular demand, so visitors can enjoy a fun and quick bite outside on picnic tables between browsing the booths. Partnerships have been expanded to include various arts organizations in New York, including the Asia Society, Brooklyn Museum, El Museo del Barrio, Guggenheim Museum, International Center of Photography, Japan Society, Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and Whitney Contemporaries—so you can be sure there will be some exciting events and programs in conjunction with this year’s artMRKT.

Art Southampton July 24–28 Preview benefits the Parrish Art Museum. Art Southampton Pavilion, Southampton Elks Lodge 605 County Road 39, Southampton art-southampton.com Art Southampton, presented by Art Miami, is an international contemporary and modern art fair, featuring a carefully selected group of more than 80 international art galleries with a strong focus on works from the 20th and 21st centuries. Saunders & Associates, GRAFF Diamonds and Ruinart Champagne will sponsor the VIP Preview, benefiting the Parrish Art Museum. After all, what goes better with art than a little bubbly? The 100,000-square-foot Art Southampton pavilion offers a sculpture garden, an elegant VIP lounge and a café for visitors to relax and enjoy.

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ith so much to do out here, an East End kid has it made! Don’t miss these 10 great family-friendly activities this summer:

DAY AT THE MUSEUM Sometimes, an educational day at a museum is just the ticket. Luckily, Bridgehampton’s Children’s Museum of the East End (CMEE) and South Fork Natural History Museum (SoFo) know how to keep learning fun. Head to CMEE’s Lego club every Saturday from 10 a.m.–noon before exploring the numerous other exhibits. SoFo allows kids to learn about the unique natural history of the area. SoFo brings nature indoors, as a walk through the exhibits mimics a nature hike. CMEE is located at 376 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton. cmee.org, 631-537-8250 SoFo is located at 377 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton. sofo.org, 631-537-8250.

goats on boats? The Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre in Sag Harbor introduces families to a lifelong love of theater. The young and young-at-heart are sure to enjoy the puppet shows, which take place Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 11 a.m. Puppet productions in store for this summer include Little Red Riding Hood (June 26–28), Three Little Pigs (July 24–26) and Wild West Mystery (August 14–16). Aside from shows, kids will love taking part in weekly programs like Puppet Play Groups, Tot Art, Creative Movement and Kids Yoga Night. Visit goatonaboat.com or call 631-725-4193 for a complete calendar of events. Goat on a Boat is located at 4 East Union Street, Sag Harbor.

a whale of a time The Viking Fleet Whale Watching trips take place on Sundays during July and August. Departure is at 9:30 a.m. and return is at 3:30 p.m. Expect to see cetaceans such as Sperm, Humpback, Fin, Minke, Right, Sei and Pilot whales; Common, Bottlenose, Atlantic White Sided and Risso’s Dolphins; Leatherback, Green and Loggerhead Turtles; Basking, Great White, and Blue Sharks; and other marine life. Trips are with marine biologists from Coastal Research and Education Society of Long Island. Visit vikingfleet. com for reservations or call 631-668-5700. 62 Westlake Drive, Montauk. DansPapers.com

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A world of adventure awaits at the Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center in Riverhead. Daily events include a sea lion show, animal talks and feedings (African penguins, piranhas, and more!) and a behind-the-scenes tour. If the mysteries of the sea prove too frightening, the new exhibition center boasts birds, butterflies, bugs and creatures of the night. For more information, visit longislandaquarium. com or call 631-208-9200. The aquarium is located at 431 East Main Street, Riverhead.

A quack-tastic landmark on the National Register of Historic Places, the Big Duck in Flanders is a popular roadside attraction. The Duck was originally built in 1931—with Ford Model T taillights as eyes—by a Riverhead duck farmer in order to sell ducks and duck eggs. Plans are now in the works to restore the Big Duck Ranch and add a duck ranching museum to the site. The Big Duck is located on Route 24 in Flanders. For more info, visit bigduck.org.


The Montauk Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in the state, and guests can climb to the top or take in the museum. August 16–17 is Lighthouse Weekend, where visitors can enjoy colonial toys and games, face painting, a boat safety and knot tying exhibition and traditional poetry, among other presentations. On the North Fork, the East End Seaport Museum offers lighthouse cruises, a narrated day tour of at least six lighthouses, including a walking tour of Bug Light. Visit montauklighthouse.com or eastendseaport.org for details.

Montauk’s Puff ‘n’ Putt is the quintessential beach minigolf course, complete with charming wooden boardwalks and a number of classic seafaring characters ready to thwart attempts to sink a putt. The Puff ‘n’ Putt also rents pedal boats, canoes, kayaks, paddle boards and a number of sailboats by the half-hour or hour to enjoy on sheltered Fort Pond. And, as if that weren’t enough. Puff ‘n’ Puff also has an old-school arcade room. Grab your quarters and go! Puff ‘n’ Putt is located at 659 Montauk Highway, Montauk. For more info, call 631-668-4473 or visit puffnputt.com.

MAKING WAVES If your little grom (re: young surfer) can’t wait to hit the waves, Flying Point Surf Camp (flyingpointsurfschool. com, 516-885-6607) and Coreys Wave (coreyswave. com, 516-639-4879) both provide professional instruction. For the flat-water thrill-seeker, Southold’s Peconic Water Sports (peconicwatersports.com, 609-987-9801) offers kids the opportunity to try their hand at wakeboarding, waterskiing, wakesurfing and tubing with their weekly kids camp.

SPLISHing & SPLASHing On a hot day, cool off on the water rides at Splish Splash in Calverton. New for 2014 is The Battle of Mutiny Bay—an interactive water ride that takes you and your crew on a voyage, battling against pirates and sea creatures. Or, trwist your way down the Abyss Tube Slide, Alien Invasion or Barrier Reef Body Slide. The Giant Twister weaves through treetops and splashes into a refreshing swimming pool. For directions and information, visit splishsplash.com or call 631-727-3600. Splish Splash is located at 2549 Splish Splash Drive, Calverton.

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I SCREAM, YOU SCREAM... How about a family trip to enjoy the most delectable of summer treats? The East End has a number of specialty ice cream parlors, including homemade concoctions at Magic Fountain in Mattituck; Big Olaf in Sag Harbor; and the ’50s style Snowflake Ice Cream Shoppe in Riverhead.

Dan’s Papers Kite Fly Ah, the simple pleasure of flying a kite. Head to Sagg Main Beach in Sagaponack on Sunday, August 3 for the annual Dan’s Papers Kite Fly! What’s better than ending a Sunday beach day by embracing the salty spray and calming ocean breezes with a kite? Wind enthusiasts of all kinds are welcome to partake in this four-decades old, free Hamptons family tradition. Prizes will be awarded to the most outstanding kites, both homemade and storebought. Widely heralded as a favorite family summer event, the kite fly promises to entertain both the young and the young-at-heart! Check out DansPapers.com for more details as the event gets closer! SUMMER 2014 | 47

Alive and Well, Montauk Monster Returns TO PLAY BALL

by Kelly Laffey


ust under 100 miles away from Montauk, the Boston Red Sox are knee deep in their season at Fenway Park, fighting to defend their 2013 World Series title, playing under the glitz of the big league lights and the blank stare of the menacing Green Monster, the 37’ 2” high wall in left field. Take a four-hour jaunt southwest and you’ll encounter the Montauk Monster, a soon-to-be-constructed fence in left center field, just beyond the baseball diamond at the Montauk School. Under its careful watch, the Montauk Mustangs will make their inaugural

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be smaller, but its symbolism will be no less significant. At the center of both Monsters’ existence is celebrating baseball as America’s favorite pastime. Hamptons Collegiate Baseball’s mission is to provide free, family-friendly entertainment and youth baseball clinics to everyone on the East End. “Our core is to [allow] families to come down and enjoy a day at the game and not have it impact the wallet,” says Brett Mauser, President of HCBL. “[We’re] moving onward and upward,” he continues, referring to the expansion into Montauk and the success the league, which was officially sanctioned by Major League Baseball prior to the 2013 season, has found. “It means a lot that we’ve gained a lot of traction on the East End,” he says. The Montauk Mustangs will become the seventh team in the league when they make their debut. As announced earlier in the offseason, the Center Moriches Battlecats, who played in the league the past two seasons, will no longer be participating. Opening Day for HCBL is June 1. “We’re excited to have Montauk on board,” says Mauser. “[The hamlet] embodies the summer atmosphere.” The team name is a salute to the hamlet’s grammar school teams, as the Mustangs will be using the Montauk School’s fields. The Mustangs join the North Fork Ospreys, Riverhead Tomcats, Sag Harbor Whalers, Shelter Island Bucks, Southampton Breakers and Westhampton Aviators, as they compete for the HCBL title. Also on tap is the All-Star Game, which is slated for July 12 at the Ospreys’ home in Peconic, Cochran Park. HCBL has gone through a number of changes in anticipation of the 2014 season. The Riverhead Tomcats, who have played the past five seasons at the Riverhead High School, will be moving to Veterans Memorial Park at the Enterprise Park at Calverton (EPCAL) complex. And the Sag Harbor Whalers, who hosted a weeklong baseball clinic last summer, will now host two clinics due to increased demand (June 30– July 3 and July 14–July 18). Over the winter, HCBL officially became a member of the National Alliance of Collegiate Summer Baseball (NACSB), joining 10 other nonprofit leagues nationwide. “We’re happy to be alongside some of the strongest summer leagues across the country,” says Mauser. Pooling top talent from collegiate baseball players throughout the country, Hamptons Baseball began in 2008, fielding one team in the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League. It soon expanded into its own division with seven teams, before becoming its own league last year. As in years past, HCBL will partner with The Miracle League of Long Island, which provides opportunities for people with disabilities to experience baseball. “[HCBL players have] come back and really taken something out of that experience,” says Mauser. “They get to see these kids who are in it for the love of the game. They’re happy to be a part of the joy they have.” Dan’s papers HAMPTONS Summer

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he East End is paradise for humans who also double as fish. The water can play host to the the ultimate in relaxation, or to adrenalinepumping fun. For the Hamptons adventure seeker, check out these East End summer water activities:

Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) and Kayaking Stand up paddleboarding and kayaking offer a unique perspective on the East End’s natural beauty. Both paddleboarding and kayaking can be done in the ocean or on still water. The essential appeal of these sports is that anyone can do them. They offer an opportunity to surf the East End’s breakers. Those just looking for a decent workout and an excuse to be outside can check out Long Island’s beauty by exploring the various area waterways at their own pace. Stand up paddleboarding offers an almostbird’s-eye view of nature, as it mimics the experience of walking on water. Lessons will help with technique. Or, if you already know what you’re doing, rent a board or kayak 50 | SUMMER 2014

at any of our area surf shops including: Flying Point Surf and Sport in Southampton (flyingpointsurf.com, 631-287-0075). Tours and lessons can also be booked at Peconic Paddler in Riverhead (631-727-9895, peconicpaddler. com), Paddle Diva in East Hampton (631329-2999, paddlediva.com), Treasure Cove Resort Marina in Riverhead (631-727-8386, treasurecoveresortmarina.com) and Adventure Paddleboards in Hampton Bays (631-377-0162, adventurepaddleboards.com). Board or kayak secured, head to these launch locations (but be sure to check area parking regulations before you go): •Accabonac Harbor at Landing Lane, Springs •Cedar Beach County Park, Southold •Cedar Point County Park, East Hampton •Fort Pond Bay, Montauk •Georgica Pond at the rest stop on Route 27, East Hampton •Indian Island County Park, Riverhead •Mecox Bay, Water Mill •Meschutt Beach County Park, Hampton Bays

•Montauk County Park (formerly Theodore Roosevelt County Park), Montauk •Northwest Harbor County Park, East Hampton •Long Beach, Sag Harbor •Orient Beach State Park, Orient •Peconic River Canoe Launch, Riverhead •Sagg Pond at Bridge Lane off Sagg Main Road, Sagaponack •Three Mile Harbor at the end of Hands Creek Landing, East Hampton For paddlers who have graduated beyond casual outings, the Hamptons SUP Race Series offers an opportunity to gauge your skills. With four races held throughout the East End, either in bays or in the ocean, the series supports various charities, and each race offers both an elite and recreational class. The first event was held in Sag Harbor on May 10, with proceeds benefitting the Peconic Bay Estuary and the local baykeeper alliance. Next up is the Paddle Race for Humanity at Beach Lane in Wainscott on June 21. Racers will travel downwind in the six-mile surf zone course, which ends in Amagansett. Visit mainbeach.com for additional details, other race dates and to register. Dan’s papers HAMPTONS Summer

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Surfing The East End’s breakers come as a surprise to some. Casual beachgoers should note that the Atlantic front can be stronger than in other family-friendly areas. And surfers will either lament or revel in the height of the waves. With the ever-changing tides and currents, there’s no telling where to find a good break on a given day, so your best bet is to go see for yourself or ask around. While no surfer will give away their secret spots, a few time-tested surf-friendly locations are: •Flying Point, Southampton •Jetty Four, Westhampton Beach •Sagg Main, Sagaponack •Shinnecock Inlet, aka “The Bowl,” Hampton Bays And, of course, it’s no secret that Ditch Plains in Montauk will always reign supreme as the undisputed surfing capital of Long Island—or, most say, the East Coast. You should beware of its choppy conditions, rocky bottom and wild currents, but this is the East End surfing mecca for the experienced wave riders. DansPapers.com

Kiteboarding, Jet Skiing, Wakeboarding and Water Skiing Why does a Long Island summer evoke very strong memories of the ocean, but not of our calmer bays? The water may be still, but there’s no shortage of highadrenaline activities to try. Wakeboarding and waterskiing—where you’re towed behind a boat at speeds faster than a car on Montauk Highway—are two popular ways to spend a warm day. Riders glide across the water’s surface, using the boat’s wake as a battleground for tricks of increased difficulty. Thrill-seekers have also long turned to kiteboarding as their sport of choice, harnessing the power of the wind to race across the water’s surface. Adventurers strap their feet to a board and hold onto a kite harness to control the motion of the kite, and thus themselves. Peconic Water Sports, based out of Port of Egypt in Southold, now offers kiteboarding lessons. “Anyone can do it, from little kids to guys in their 70s,” says Joey Flotteron, owner of Peconic Water Sports. Flotteron spent the winter in the

Dominican Republic, a popular kiteboarding destination, perfecting his kiteboarding instruction techniques. Now in their second season on the East End, Peconic Water Sports also offers wakeboarding and waterskiing instruction and excursions. New for 2014, they’ve added jet ski rentals to their repertoire. Pickups for their various services are offered throughout the North and South Forks, and on Shelter Island. “The East End is an interesting spot in that it’s quicker to travel by boat than by car,” says Flotteron. Check out Peconic Water Sports, located in Port of Egypt Marine in Southold, (peconicwatersports.com, 609-937-980) or Global Boarding in Sag Harbor (globalboarding.com, 631-537-8601) for additional info and lessons. Check out Hampton Watersports in Southampton (hamptonwatersports.com, 631-283-9463) and Skywalk Kiteboarding in East Hampton (631-324-4450, skywalkkiteboarding.com) for kiteboarding rentals and lessons. For boat and jet ski rentals, also try Montauk’s Uihlein’s Marina (uihleinsmarina.com, 631-668-3799). SUMMER 2014 | 51

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Yoga on the Beach by Stephanie de Troy

Is there ever enough beach time in the summer? For yoga lovers, that tough decision of whether to get to your class or to the beach is now made easier. Yoga studios across the East End are offering beach yoga! Under the same sun and the same moon, we are reminded that all living things are connected. Here’s why yogis love beach yoga:

•Sunlight helps the body make vitamin D and increases happiness. Its warmth deepen poses, as muscles are more pliable. •The sand strengthens the secondary muscles in your feet and hips and increases core work in balancing poses. •The sound of crashing waves is relaxing—its rhythm provides a continuous reminder to deepen your ocean Ujjayi breath, which is both energizing and relaxing.

•Ocean air contains loads of oxygen and minerals. Salt-air therapy is known for its numerous respiratory system benefits. That sea breeze is good for your skin, too. •Yoga asanas (poses) mimic animals and nature. Being outdoors puts you in harmony with nature and inspires. •Awareness is heightened as the senses are stimulated: the texture of the sand, the sounds of the sea, the smell of the salt air.

RUn! Get your running shoes ready and go for a race (or several) on the East End this summer! Whether you’re competitive or just want to have fun, there are a lot of great opportunities to participate in races. 7TH ANNUAL CHRISTOPHER’S RUN 5K 6/7 9:30 a.m. Benefits the Christopher Lester Fund; proceeds go to Pediatric Blood & Marrow Transplant Program at Duke University. $25 pre-registered/$30 day of race/$5 kids’ fun run. Agawam Park, Southampton at Veteran’s Hall. christophersrun.com TURBO TRI 2014 6/21 5 p.m. 300-yard swim, 7-mile bike, 1.5mile run. Race hard or just “tri” for fun. Ages 17 and up. Maidstone Park, Springs. Tickets available for after-race celebration with dinner, drinks, music, $25. Benefits i-tri. itrigirls.org

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Where to Hike on the East End by Kelly Laffey

Can you beat the tranquility of hiking in the Hamptons? Below is a sampling of popular trails. For more, check out southamptontrails.org, ehtps.org or montauktrails.com. Sears Bellows County Park This trail system attracts hikers, horseback riders and bikers. Rowboat rentals and campsites are also available. Freshwater fishing is permitted, too. Bellows Pond Road, Hampton Bays

Cranberry Bog Preserve In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the wetlands of eastern Long Island were harvested as cranberry bogs. At one time Suffolk County was the third-largest producer of cranberries in the U.S. at 390 acres. Take a walk on the trail around Sweezy Pond, where you’ll see remains of a pump house from the days of the cranberry business, sights of Little Peconic River, various plants and wildlife. Riverhead Moriches Road, Riverhead

Emma Rose Elliston Park This bird and wildlife sanctuary on the shore of Big Fresh Pond offers a short hiking trail through native trees and a footbridge over a stream. Parking at Elliston Park is for Southampton Town residents only. If you’re not one, head down the road to the Scott’s Road intersection to park. Enter at Wolf Swamp, another well-marked loop trail connected to more challenging trails. 40 Millstone Brook Road, Southampton

CEDAR POINT COUNTY PARK The 607-acre preserve offers gorgeous views of Gardiner’s Bay, picnic areas, boat rentals, nature trails, surfcasting and camping areas. The Cedar Point Lighthouse, built on an offshore island, was once a guide for whaling ships. The 1938 hurricane transformed the shore, connecting the lighthouse to the mainland. Great for families, the park has a general store and snack bar. Cedar Point Road, Northwest Harbor

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One of the most prestigious equestrian shows in the United States, the The Hampton Classic Horse Show features every level of competitor from Lead Line to Olympic medalist. In 2009, the Hampton Classic became the second horse show ever to receive the status of Heritage Competition by the United States Equestrian Federation. The $250,000 FTI Grand Prix and FEI World Cup Qualifier is part of the Taylor Harris Triple Crown Challenge. You can also take a break from watching jumping competitions to indulge in some luxurious shopping and other activities. On Kids Day (August 31), there will be free pony rides for children under 12, circus acts, face painting, birds of prey from the Wildlife Rescue Center, a petting zoo and more. Throughout the course of the show, food stands will be serving hot dogs, burgers, fries, salads and wraps. Bring your plate into shaded areas where you can enjoy your meal. This year, there will also be a farmers market, with local, homegrown items. And before you leave, be sure to pick up a souvenir poster, designed by painter/equestrian Julie Freund. Entitled “Paseo,” the painting is a close-up of a horse’s legs and hooves as it takes a post-run walk through the arena. The 39th annual Hampton Classic will take place from August 24–31, on the 65-acre showgrounds at 240 Snake Hollow Road in Bridgehampton. For more information, visit hamptonclassic.com or call 631-537-3177.

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Save the Shark

by Oliver Peterson


he Shark’s Eye All-Release Tournament & Festival—Montauk’s only sattelite tag, catchand-release shark tournament—returns July 11–13. Now in its second year, the first and only sattelite tag, all-release shark tournament in the Notheast welcomes competitors to battle it out for thousands in cash and prizes. Rules for the tournament require the mandatory use of circle hooks, heavy tackle and safe handling practices, making the Shark’s Eye one of the industry leaders for a new, environmentally sensitive generation of shark-release tournaments. One of the tournament’s primary goals is to bring attention to the plight of sharks and to help bring back the large sharks that are disappearing from local waters. Tens of millions of sharks are killed by foreign commercial fishermen each year, many to fill the demand for shark fin soup in Asia.

Shark’s Eye has succeeded in uniting fishermen, scientists, conservationists, educators and concerned celebrities. Participating scientists and their teams will attach satellite tags to some eligible species to monitor their movements after release. Competitors and the public can then track the sharks’ movements on the OCEARCH Global Shark Tracker website (ocearch.org). At last year’s Shark’s Eye tournament, teams on 10 participating boats tagged and released 64 sharks, including 33 mako and 31 blue sharks. Not one was killed. Tagging operations in 2014 will again be led by Dr. Greg Skomal and Dr. Nancy Kohler. Satellitetagged sharks will be named by competing anglers and local school children. This year DansPapers.com will be tagging its very own shark—to be named “Dan,” of course—which everyone will then be able to track on ocearch.com

throughout the year, following its movements through the ocean. The event will continue its support of the Wounded Warrior Project by hosting a team of veterans competing with a boat and entry provided courtesy of renowned North Haven artist Eric Fischl. While competition heats up on the water, there will also be plenty of fun and excitement for the entire family on shore at Montauk Marine Basin. This sharkthemed festival is free to the public and will feature a wide variety of merchant vendors, unique attractions, interactive demonstrations and lots of delicious food and beverages all weekend on the waterfront. For more info about the Shark’s Eye AllRelease Tournament and Festival, visit  sharkseyetournament.com or call Carl Darenberg of Montauk Marine Basin at 631-668-5900.

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Anchors Away!

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Explore the EAST END by sea. Tap into your inner captain, grab a first mate, and rent or charter a boat. Little Dutch Sailing Charters Based in Greenport, Little Dutch Sailing Charters offers day trips, sunset sails and longer charters aboard a Whitby 42 sailboat. Explore Long Island Sound, Coecles Harbor, Fishers Island and Three Mile Harbor, as well as options to head to Block Island and Martha’s Vineyard. littledutchsailing.com, 917-513-5724

Breakwater Yacht Club Sag Harbor’s community sailing center, Breakwater Yacht Club (BYC) provides sailing education and racing experiences (on Wednesdays), as well as boat rentals and instructions for adults and juniors. All are welcome to purchase a number of yearly membership options, which entitle members to such BYC privileges as the usage of the dock, a dinghy and various community boats, including the Catalina, JY15s or Optis breakwateryc.org, 631-725-4604

Uihlein’s If powerboats are more your speed, check out Uihlein’s Marina in Montauk. Uihlein’s rents a number of boats suitable for water sports and fishing, as well as jet skis and kayaks. Explore Lake Montauk and the Block Island Sound. Captains, instructors and drivers are on staff to make the experience both safe and enjoyable. There’s also a motel onsite, for those who want to go out and do it all again the next day. uihleinsmarina.com, 631-668-3799

TEE TIME You love golf but don’t know where to go without joining a club? The East End has some of the most beautiful and professional public golf courses in the United States.

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Poxabogue Golf Center 3566 Montauk Highway, Sagaponack 631-537-0025 Owned by the Towns of East Hampton and Southampton, this course is nine charming and challenging holes. Shelter Island Country Club 26 Sunnyside Avenue, Shelter Island 631-749-0416 Shelter Island golf course opened in 1897 and is frequented by travelers from all over the island for its challenge and beauty. Cherry Creek Golf Links 900 Reeves Avenue, Riverhead 631-369-6500 For some, this is the go-to course in Riverhead, but be sure to call in advance. Island’s End Golf & Country Club 5025 Route 25, Greenport 631-477-0777 A great course to play, and the only course for North Forkers who don’t want to travel to Riverhead.

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Tips for Fishing First-Timers by Joseph Birone

The shoreline is just the beginning. While the sand and sunshine and sounds of lapping waves may seem like plenty of marine exposure to many visitors to the East End, others view sticking to the beaches as tantamount to driving all the way to a concert hall only to feel the music’s pulse from the street. For those without a boat of their own who wish to explore the awesome deep blue, the best approach is to sign up for a charter. Here are some tips on how to go about booking a charter boat excursion.

Pick your game and your crew. Set your course. Do you and five friends aim to see who can pull the largest striped bass or bluefish? Set a course for Montauk. Thirty-foot and larger boats should suit most parties of six or less. Thinking of nabbing some fluke with one other person or by yourself? You’ll want to set out from Shinnecock Bay. Consider a party boat if you’d like to offset your expenses by

sharing with other patrons. If you’re looking to head further offshore, you’ll to need a bigger boat.

Research the companies available to you. Captain Michael Potts, owner and operator of the Blue Fin IV out of Montauk, says, “One should ask a captain if he’s a full-time fisherman, how long he’s been in business, and what his own set of rules are.” Different captains have different policies regarding occupancy limits, alcohol consumption or the number of fish they’ll take in one day. Most captains post their rates and contact information online. It’s important to research the company that best suits your needs instead of blindly accepting the lowest price, or your day on the water could be a total wash.

Book as soon as you’re ready. Summer dates—particularly weekends—fill quickly.

Respect the fish, respect the crew. There are regulations in place to maintain marine life populations. Ask your captain about specific policies regarding game size limits and what will happen to your catch when you return to shore. Toss back what you don’t plan to eat. A gratuity should be considered for additional deckhands during your trip. Prepare yourself physically. You probably won’t be put to the test, but it’s always wisest to have a basic understanding of water safety. Make it your business to have your captain explain the locations of onboard life vests. Get a good night’s sleep and show up with a solid meal in your stomach. Wear sunscreen and wait until after you’ve returned to shore to begin celebrating. The last thing you want is to be reeling from discomfort while another member reels in the catch of the day.

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Equine Assisted Life Project: Ages 7 and up. You can afford a horse in the Hamptons! Kinship Corral: Disabled or simply don't wish to ride? We have horses hoping you will call! Compassion Camp celebrates 10 YEARS: Ages 3+up. Very limited enrollment in this one of a kind camp! Animal Ambassador visitations to schools, community programs and events! Horses and Ponies seeking Homes or Virtual Adopters. Ask us how to bless yourself with a horse in your life! Come unwind and find your Zen at the Sanctuary, 830 Lumber Lane Bridgehampton on Saturdays from 10am-3pm. Pony Rides and Petting Farm every Sunday at The Green Thumb Organic Farmstand 12pm-3pm Amaryllis Farm Equine Rescue and Sanctuary is Long Island's largest horse rescue and oldest sanctuary for senior or disabled horses. 100% volunteer. Best in America seal bearer. 2014 is the Year of the Horse. Amaryllis Farm is celebrating the 25th year changing the world for one horse at a time. The horses and humans of Amaryllis thank you for your support.

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OF Summer 2014 MONTAUK MEMORIAL WEEKEND PARADE 5/25 Noon–2 p.m. Parade down Main Street, ending at the Green for solemn service.

MONTAUK ARTISTS’ ASSOCIATION JURIED ART SHOW 5/23–5/25 Noon–5 p.m. On the Green. Presented by Depot Art Gallery and Art School. 631-668-5336 or email montaukart@aol.com

MUSICAL PERFORMANCES AT WESTHAMPTON BEACH PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 5/24 8 p.m. Live in concert. Other WHBPAC performances this summer include Vanessa Carlton, 6/15; Rufus Wainwright, 6/20; Ziggy Marley, 8/2; Lyle Lovett, 8/24; Chris Isaak, 8/30; and more. For a complete list of WHBPAC’s summer lineup, go to page 35. WHBPAC, 76 Main Street, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-1500 whbpac.org

KITES FOR A CURE 5/24 First launched in 2007 by “Joan’s Legacy” on Coopers Beach. Receive a kite to decorate with pictures, names and messages and fly it! Rain or shine All proceeds go to Uniting Against Lung Cancer. $30. Coopers Beach, 268 Meadow Lane, Southampton. unitingagainstlungcancer.org

ARF THRIFT SHOP DESIGNER SHOWCASE AND SALE 5/24 5­–8 p.m. Join ARF for a cocktail party as seven top designers transform the ARF Thrift & Treasure Shop into vignettes inspired by donations and the designers’ personal collections. Tickets start at $150. 17 Montauk Highway, Sagaponack. 631-537-0400 ext.216 arfhamptons.org

ART SHOW BENEFIT IN HAMPTON BAYS 5/24 5/25 5/26 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Outdoor art sale to benefit the Hampton Bays Historical & Preservation Society. Local artists and photographers offer their works for sale. 116 West Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays. 631-728-0887 hbhps.org

SOUTHAMPTON ANTIQUES FAIR 5/25 11 a.m.–4 p.m. Antiques, furniture, jewelry, vintage clothing, glass, ceramics, artwork and a variety of collectables sold inside the Red Barn and on the grounds of Rogers Mansion. 17 Meetinghouse Lane, Southampton. 631-283-2494, southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org

SUFFOLK THEATER MUSIC AND DANCE 5/29 8 p.m. Gene Casey & the Lone Sharks are part of the summer-long Dance Thursdays at Suffolk Theater! Other live music events at Suffolk Theater include Ben E. King, 6/7; Georgia Satellites, 6/13; Mallet Man, Tito Puente Jr. and Bernard Purdie, 6/27; the Lovin’ Spoonful, 7/3; Ashley Monroe, 7/12; Joan Osborne, 8/9; Dar Williams, 8/16; and more. For a complete list of Suffolk Theater’s summer lineup, go to page 29. Suffolk Theater, 118 East Main Street, Riverhead. 631-727-4343, suffolktheater.com


6TH Annual New Suffolk CHOWDERFEST 5/24 Noon­ –3 p.m. Locally prepared chowders, barbecue, live music, children’s activities and a huge sale, all at the site of the U.S. Navy’s first submarine base. All proceeds go to the restoration of the waterfront. New Suffolk Waterfront, New Suffolk Ave and First St. newsuffolkwaterfront.org

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COMMUNITY MOSAIC STREET PAINTING FESTIVAL 5/25 Noon–5 p.m. Featuring fine arts & crafts, dance, gourmet food and more. East Main Street, Riverhead. eastendarts.org, 631-727-0900

5TH ANnual Tour of southampton homes 5/31 1–4:30 p.m. Go behind the hedges to see private homes in Southampton. Champagne reception catered by Sant Ambroeus restaurant. $95, available in advance. 17 Meetinghouse Lane, Southampton or for $110 day-of at the Thomas Halsey Homestead. 631-283-2494, southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org

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LANDSCAPE PLEASURES 6/7 & 6/8. A garden tour on Sunday preceded by a symposium on Saturday morning. Benefactors, patrons and sponsors will also be hosted at a special cocktail party at an exclusive estate on Saturday evening. $225, $175 members. Parrish Art Museum, 279 Montauk Highway, Water Mill. 631-283-2118 ext.150 parrishart.org 28TH Star Island ANNUAL SHARK TOURNAMENT 6/12–6/14. The shark tournament returns, with over $60,000 in prizes. Star Island Yacht Club & Marina, Montauk Point. starislandyc.com

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DECONSTRUCTING THE SAYRE BARN: PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT 6/14 4–6 p.m., Reception for “Deconstructing the Sayre Barn: Photographs by Ulf Skogsbergh” an exhibit of photographs of the reconstruction of the Southampton Historical Museum’s Sayre Barn. On view at the Southampton Historical Museum from 5/10–10/18. 17 Meetinghouse Lane, Southampton. 631-283-2494, southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org

MATTITUCK STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL 6/12–6/15 Food, entertainment, rides, crafts and more. Park at Martha Clara Event Grounds, Herrick’s Lane, Jamesport. mattituckstrawberryfestival.org WHBPAC’S GOLF TOURNAMENT AND COCKTAIL PARTY 6/16 11 a.m. shotgun start and 4 p.m. cocktail party at Westhampton Country Club. The posttournament reception is always open to non-golfers who wish to participate in this day of festivities and fundraising. Hors d’oevures, open bar, live auction and 50/50 raffle. 631-288-2350, ext.17 whbpac.org PIANOFEST IN THE HAMPTONS 6/16 5:30–7 p.m. Come hear international prizewinning artists in the great classical repertoire with musical commentary by Director Paul Schenly. For full list of concerts, visit pianofest.com Levitas Center for the Arts, 25 Pond Ln., Southampton. 631-329-9115 GUILD HALL COMEDY NIGHTS: SANDRA BERNHARD 6/20 8 p.m. The comedienne/actress/singer performs. Other funny summer performances include John Leguizamo, 7/3; Martin Short, 7/5; David Sedaris, 8/3; Rob Schneider, 8/26; and more. For a complete list of Guild Hall’s summer lineup, go to page 36. Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-0806 guildhall.org TURBO TRI 2014 benefiting itri 6/21 5 p.m. 300-yard swim, 7-mile bike, 1.5-mile run. Race hard and fast or just “tri” for fun. All ability levels, ages 17 and up. Maidstone Park, Springs. Tickets available for after-race celebration with dinner, drinks and music, $25. 516-617-5721 itrigirls.org SUMMER SOLSTICE GALA 6/21 The Ellen Hermanson Foundation Summer Solstice Gala cocktail party, honoring Jean Sharinoff and Robert Chaloner, President & CEO of Southampton Hospital. Hosted by Ellen & Chuck Scarborough at their Southampton Home. 212-840-0916 info@ellensrun.org HAMPTON 2014 SUP RACE: PADDLE RACE FOR HUMANITY 6/21 7 a.m. registration, 8:30 a.m. start. Beach Lane, Wainscott. Six-mile surf zone course enters the surf from a beach start and then follows a downwind course to the finish line. 631-537-2716 mainbeach.com SHARK’S EYE TAG AND RELEASE TOURNAMENT 6/27­–6/29 Captain’s meeting on 6/27. Montauk Marine Basin 43rd Annual Shark Tag Tournament. $50,000 cash prizes. Boat limit: 125. Sponsored by Dan’s Papers. Darenberg’s Montauk Marine Basin, 426 West Lake Drive, Montauk. 631-668-5900 dockmaster@marinebasin.com ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC CAR SHOW 6/28 11 a.m.–3 p.m. Featuring antiques, classics, muscle cars and fire engines. Raindate 6/29. On the grounds of the Havens House Museum, 16 S. Ferry Rd., Shelter Island. 631-749-0025 shelterislandhistorical.org SYLVESTER MANOR FARM-TO-TABLE DINNER 6/28 Sylvester Manor Farm to Table Dinner. 80 North Ferry Road. 631-749-0626 farmtotable@ sylvestermanor.org

What To Do. JULY FIREWORKS Visit DansPapers.com for information on all the local fireworks displays. SUMMER CONCERTS AT COOPERS BEACH 7/2–8/13 Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. Bring a chair and blanket and listen to live music. The Lone Sharks, 7/2; Mike Scala Band, 7/16; New Life Crisis, 8/13. For latest updates on the Concerts in the Parks Series, visit scc-arts.org. MAYA LIN AT THE PARRISH 7/4 An exhibition featuring artist Maya Lin’s “Pin River— Sandy,” a massive geographical installation, marble sculpture and other new works. Through 10/13. Parrish Art Museum, 279 Montauk Highway, Water Mill. 631-283-2118, parrishart.org HALSEY HOUSE GALA 7/5 6–8 p.m. Benefits Southampton Historical Museum. $125, $150 at door. The Thomas Halsey Homestead, 249 South Main St., Southampton. 631-283-2494 southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org

BAY STREET THEATER SUMMER BENEFIT GALA 7/12 6:30 p.m. The annual Sag Harbor theater benefit. Bay Street Theater, 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor. 631-725-0818 baystreet.org FAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE SUMMER GALA 7/12 7–11 p.m. The Family Service League annual Summer Gala will include hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, dinner, dancing and designer auction. Tickets $250. Great Lawn, Westhampton Beach. 631-288-1954, ext. 249 fsl-li.org UNCONDITIONAL LOVE 7/19 7–11 p.m. 5th Annual Unconditional Love Dinner Dance benefiting the Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation. 102 Old Riverhead Rd. West, Hampton Bays. southamptonanimalshelter.com WILLIAM GLACKENS AT THE PARRISH 7/20 A survey of William Glackens’ work tracing the artist’s career from the mid-1890s to the 1930s. On view through 10/13. $10, free for members. Parrish Art Museum, 279 Montauk Highway, Water Mill. 631-283-2118, parrishart.org

GUILD HALL SEASON SPECTACULAR CONCERT & BENEFIT 7/5 The 2014 theater benefit performance features Martin Short. The performance will be followed by a private dinner at a nearby home. For tickets, 631-324-0806 guildhall.org

PIANOFEST BENEFIT 7/20 5–7 p.m. Benefit event featuring Broadway star Melissa Errico accompanied by her father, pianist Michael Errico. Tickets are $200. Southampton Historical Museum, 17 Meetinghouse Lane, Southampton. For tickets and reservations, 631-329-9115 pianofest@verizon.net

SUMMER CONCERTS AT AGAWAM PARK 7/9–8/27 Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. Bring a chair and blanket and listen to live music. Wonderama, 7/9; Hambone Thyme, 7/23; Ad Lib, 7/30; Jonny Hirsch, 8/6; Rhonda Denet, 8/20; the Merrymakers, 8/27. For latest updates on the Concerts in the Parks Series, visit scc-arts.org

“IT’S ABOUT TIME” EAST HAMPTON GARDEN CLUB 100TH ANNIVERSARY 7/24 3–4:30 p.m. A show celebrating the East Hampton Garden Club, including an “Trees Through Time” exhibit and several conservation and education exhibits. Free admission. Mulford Farm, James Lane, East Hampton. gceasthampton.org

ARTHAMPTONS 7/10–7/13 11 a.m.–8 p.m., closes at 6 p.m. on Sunday. 7/10, VIP Opening Preview, 6:30–9:30 p.m. ArtHamptons will take place on the Sculpture Fields of Nova’s Ark, 60 Millstone Rd., Bridgehampton. arthamptons.com

ART SOUTHAMPTON 7/24–7/28 Art Southampton presented by Art Miami returns. Art Southampton Pavillion, Southampton Elks Lodge, 605 County Road 39, Southampton. art-southampton.com

FILMS AT THE FARM: ghostbusters 7/11 8:30 p.m. Bring a picnic and enjoy an outdoor film at Mulford Farm in partnership with East Hampton Historical Society. Rain date 7/12. $5, free for ages 5 and under. 10 James Lane, East Hampton. 631-324-0806 guildhall.org

The 17th SUPER SATURDAY 2014 7/26 A huge “designer garage sale” benefiting ovarian cancer research. Hosted by Donna Karan and Kelly Ripa. Nova’s Ark Project, Water Mill. supersaturday.ocrf.org


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CHEFS & CHAMPAGNE 7/26 5 p.m. The annual summer tasting party returns! This year, Bobby Flay is being honored by the James Beard Foundation. $200–$275. Wölffer Estate Vineyard, 139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack. 631-537-5106 wolffer.com

DAN’S TASTE OF SUMMER: Grillhampton & taste of two forks 7/11 8–11 p.m./7/12, 7:30–10 p.m. The culinary weekend begins on July 11 with GrillHampton, the can’tmiss tasting event and grill-off competition between NYC and Hamptons chefs, followed by the ultimate foodie fest on the East End, Taste of Two Forks! Must be 21+ to attend. 156 Snake Hollow Rd., Bridgehampton. Tickets available at danstasteofsummer.com. 631-227-0188. For more information, see pg. 82.

MONTAUK OCEAN SWIM CHALLENGE 7/26 Half-mile, mile and 5K distances. Fundraiser for the construction of an aquatic center at the Montauk Playhouse Community Center. 631-668-1124, montaukplayhouse.org

PARRISH ART MUSEUM MIDSUMMER PARTY 7/12 6:30 p.m. cocktails, 8 p.m. dinner, dancing and After Ten Party, 10 p.m. Parrish Art Museum, 279 Montauk Highway, Water Mill. 631-283-2118, parrishart.org

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AUGUST PERLMAN MUSIC PROGRAM 20TH ANNIVERSARY SUMMER BENEFIT CELEBRATION 8/2 6 p.m., Reception, 7 p.m., Concert conducted by Maestros Itzhak Perlman and Patrick Romano. 8 p.m. dinner. East Hampton. To purchase tickets and learn more, call 212-877-5045, perlmanmusicprogram.org 2014 DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH GALA 8/2 7–11 p.m. Montauk Playhouse Community Center marquis event. montaukplayhouse.org The 42nd annual DAN’S PAPERS KITE FLY 2014 8/3 5:30 p.m. Free family fun at scenic Sagg Main Beach. For details, check DansPapers.com GUILD HALL SUMMER GALA 8/8 5 p.m. Exhibition preview, 7 p.m. Cocktails, 8 p.m. Dinner followed by live auction and dancing. Celebrating Robert Motherwell. Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton. For tickets, 631-324-0806 guildhall.org AUTHORS NIGHT 2014 8/9 5 p.m. Authors include Jules Feiffer, Robert A. Caro, Mac Griswold and more. Location TBA. Benefits East Hampton Library. authorsnight.org BLOCK CHALLENGE 2014 8/9 Montauk to Block Island 18-mile open ocean paddle. Benefits Paddlers For Humanity. Weather dates 8/10, 8/23, 8/24. p4h.org EVELYN ALEXANDER WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER “GET WILD” 8/9 6­–8 p.m. To benefit the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue Center of the Hamptons, honoring Sharon Kerr, Howard Lorber, Kim Renk and Linda Renk. At the home of Ellen & Chuck Scarborough, Southampton. Tickets $300, under-30 $150. 631-537-728-4200 wildliferescuecenter.org DAN’S PAPERS presents one day university 8/10 9:30 a.m.–1 p.m. Immerse yourself in a day of learning and enrichment on a variety of subjects by world-class instructors. Southampton High School, 141 Narrow Lane, Southampton. onedayu.com

STIRRING THE POT: CONVERSATIONS WITH CULINARY CELEBRITIES KICKS OFF WITH ANTHONY BOURDAIN 8/10 11 a.m. The first in a series of appearances by culinary icons. Others include Martha Stewart, 8/17, and Daniel Boulud, 8/31. For a complete list of the summer lineup, go to page 36. Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-0806 guildhall.org ARTISTS & WRITERS PRE-GAME PARTY & AUCTION AT LTV STUDIO 8/15 6–8:30 p.m. Details to be announced. LTV, East Hampton Industrial Park, 75 Industrial Rd., Wainscott. artistswritersgame.org, ltveh.org PADDLE AND PARTY FOR PINK 8/16 3 p.m. registration, 4 p.m. race start. Sag Harbor. Raise critical funds for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The multi–skill level paddle boarding race ends with a sunset after-party. For tickets, paddleforpink.org 646-497-2697 66th ANNUAL ARTISTS & WRITERS SOFTBALL GAME 8/16 2 p.m. Game time. Batting practice at noon. Enjoy refreshments from Snapple, hotdogs, burgers and Joe & Liza’s Ice Cream. Herrick Park, East Hampton. $10 suggested donation. Rain date 8/23. artistswritersgame.org DAN’S PAPERS LITERARY PRIZE AWARDS CEREMONY at guild hall 8/16 The winners of the 2014 competition are announced. Featuring keynote speaker Walter Isaacson, reader Mercedes Ruehl. For more information on Dan’s Literary Prize, go to page 39. ARF’S BOW WOW MEOW BALL 8/16 Cocktails, dinner and dancing. ARF Adoption Center, 90 Daniels Hole Road, Wainscott. Arfhamptons.org ELLEN’S RUN 5K 8/17 9 a.m. Ellen’s Run 5K celebrates 18 years of leading the fight against breast cancer on the East End. Starts and ends at Southampton Hospital. Walk or run, rain or shine. $40 for everyone day-of. Pre-registration is $30, $25 children/seniors at ellensrun.com




CELEBRITY AUTOBIOGRAPHY 8/22 7 p.m./9:30 p.m. Celebrities read from memoirs of other celebrities, sometimes including their own. Guild Hall, 158 Main Street, East Hampton. 631-324-0806 guildhall.org HARVEST EAST END 8/23 Showcasing the wines of more than 40 East End winemakers, the dishes of 30-plus top regional chefs and more. McCall Vineyard & Ranch, 22600 Main Road, Cutchogue. harvesteastend.com PET PHILANTHROPY CIRCLE PET HERO AWARDS CEREMONY 8/23 5 p.m. Awards Ceremony and VIP Cocktail Reception benefit to be held at Hobby Hill, the home of Bob and Jewel Morris, 44 Little Noyak Path, Water Mill. 631-237-1365, petphilanthropycircle.com YAPPY HOUR at southampton historical museum 8/23 4–6 p.m. Fun for the whole family, special drinks, snacks, dog contest with celebrity judge and prizes, to benefit the Southampton Historical Museum and the Southampton Animal Shelter. $25 adults, free for children. 17 Meetinghouse Lane. 631-283-2494 southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org 2014 HAMPTON CLASSIC 8/24–8/31 One of the largest outdoor equestrian shows in the United States, a premier destination for horse people. Host to the year-end finals of the Young Jumper Championships. 240 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton. 631-537-3177 hamptonclassic.com 68TH ANNUAL SHINNECOCK INDIAN NATION POWWOW 8/29–9/1 Labor Day Weekend at the Powwow Grounds on the historic Shinnecock Reservation, Southampton. 631-283-2494 shinnecocknation.com 8/29: LABOR DAY WEEKEND BEGINS check out the calendar on danspapers.com for all the latest east end events and activities all summer long.








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What’s in season this spring and summer on the “Eat End” of Long Island? We start with asparagus, cheeses, chives, eggs, lettuces and salad greens, leeks, meats, mint, mushrooms, onions, oregano, parsnips, peas, radishes, rhubarb, sage, spinach, thyme and loads of seafood. When do the berries come in? Strawberries are first. Next up will be raspberries, blackberries and blueberries (to go with those sweet peaches!), followed by cherries. We close the summer berry season with beach plums just before Labor Day and head into—yum—the autumn raspberry crop. The East End is now home to 14 farmers markets, located in Bridgehampton, East Hampton, Flanders, Greenport, Hampton Bays, Mattituck, Montauk, Riverhead, Sag Harbor, Shelter Island, Southampton, Springs and Westhampton Beach. Our local farmers markets are seasonal, except for the new Riverhead Indoor Farmers Market, which is open year-round. All of our farmers markets are held weekly. Below is a complete list of the markets that will be open this summer. As for farmstands, my favorites on the North Fork are too numerous to mention, so I’ve listed below my fave South Fork stands. You will find many of the stories behind our local farmers and food artisans featured in my “Hamptons Epicure” column in Dans Papers and on DansPapers.com. Bon appetit!

NORTH FORK: Greenport Farmers Market 622 First Street Saturdays, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. May 24 – Oct. 11 Mattituck Farmers Market 95 Love Lane Fridays 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. Through Oct. 31 Riverhead Farmers Market Municipal Parking Lot near Aquarium Thursdays, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. June 5 – Oct. 30 Riverhead Indoor Farmers Market 117 East Main Street Saturdays 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Year-round Shelter Island Farmers Market 16 South Ferry Road Saturdays 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. June 7 – September 6


SOUTH FORK: East Hampton Farmers Market 136 North Main Street Fridays 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. May 23 – Aug. 29 Flanders Farm Fresh Food Market 655 Flanders Road Saturdays 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. June 21 ­– Oct. 18 Hampton Bays Farmers Market 165 Ponquogue Ave. Saturdays 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. May 24 – Aug. 30 Hayground School Farmers Market 151 Mitchells Lane, Bridgehampton Fridays 3 p.m.– 6:30 p.m. May 23 – Aug. 29

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Bette & Dale’s Farm Bridgehampton Turnpike (next to Bay Burger), Sag Harbor Open 7 days, sunrise to sunset Bonac Farms Look for their set-up at the Springs General Store, 29 Old Stone Highway, Springs Throughout the summer The Greenthumb 829 Montauk Hwy, Water Mill Open 7 days, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. The Milk Pail 1346 Montauk Hwy, Water Mill Mon. – Sat. 9:30 a.m. –­ 5:30 p.m. Sundays, 10 a.m.– 5:30 p.m. Pike Farms 82 Sagg Main Street, Sagaponack Open 7 days, 9 a.m.–7 p.m. June – November May 16, 2014 | 61

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icture yourself in the Hamptons on a beautiful summer Saturday. It’s early evening, the sun’s going down, and maybe you’re on the beach, or maybe you’re lounging with friends on your quiet, peaceful patio. You’re snacking on some locally grown veggies and artisanal cheeses, and you’ve got a nice, cold glass of local wine in your hand. Now think. What kind of wine are you drinking? If you answered “Long Island dry rosé,” then you’re in good company. Long Island’s vineyards have seen the popularity of their dry rosé wines skyrocket over the last several years. Our East End producers can’t make enough of it, and typically sell out of their stock. Roman Roth, partner and winemaker at Wölffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack, has witnessed the astonishing rise of rosé from the beginning. “In 1992, Wölffer produced the first dry rosé on Long Island, only 82 cases,” he 62 | SUMMER 2014

recalls. “This year, we produced 17,000 cases of four different varieties of rosé. In the last six years we’ve watched demand for it go up 30 to 50% every year.” Roth attributes the surging popularity of rosé to a growing recognition of rosé as the perfect, light summer wine. In addition to their familiar Wölffer rosé, Wölffer produces “Noblesse Oblige,” which is a classic sparkling rosé, and the “Grandioso,” their reserve rosé. And, new this summer, they are introducing “Summer in a Bottle,” which Roth describes as “even more summery” than their other rosés. Over on the North Fork, Southold’s Croteaux Vineyards has good reason to be happy about rosé’s growing popularity: at Croteaux, rosé is all they do. For Michael Croteaux, rosé was a natural for the East End. “Provence is the dominant rosé producer in the world, Croteaux says. “It’s a region of France that has always been an international vacation destination with Dan’s papers HAMPTONS Summer

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centuries of winemaking and beach culture to support its reputation. And the East End is the only wine region in the U.S. that’s right on the ocean.” Also, because rosé is released so soon after harvesting, it benefits from being “fresh and local,” mapping well with the growing interest in farm-to-table eating on the East End. Wölffer’s Roth echoes that idea. “The growing popularity of rosé definitely goes along with the ‘eat local-drink local’ idea.” The thought process might go something like this: What better to go along with my fresh-picked East End veggies then some freshly bottled East End wine? But why stop with the veggies? According to Christopher Tracy, winemaker at Channing Daughters Winery in Bridgehampton, another reason for rosé’s resurgent popularity is that rosé is an incredibly versatile wine when it comes to pairing with food. “It pairs incredibly with our local fish and seafood and our local produce. It’s DansPapers.com

poured in casual settings and at the most formal restaurants in the city.” Channing Daughters, who refer to their rosé as “rosato,” released 4,500 cases of seven different varieties this year. They usually sell out of their rosato in August or September. While it’s nice to have such a popular product, as far as Tracy is concerned, selling out of it has its downside. “I’d like to work out how to get it to last a little longer, because it’s starting to be a year-round phenomenon. People don’t stop drinking rosé when summer’s over, and you’d like to be able to meet the demand.” As the East End’s wine industry enters its fifth decade, they are producing many world-class wines. But for summer in the Hamptons, it’s the rosés that we can’t get enough of. Cheers! SUMMER 2014 | 63

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o summer on the East End would be complete without a trip to the vineyards. North Fork or South, there are plenty of new wines to taste—and fun to be had.

On the North Fork, Martha Clara Vineyards will be hosting their inaugural Solstice Music Concert on June 20, with a steel drum band and the Scofflaws to kick off the season and release their new vintages, including their 2013 Northern Solstice blends: a rosé and a white. The 2013 Northern Solstice Rosé is a blend of Merlot, Chardonnay and Riesling, and the 2013 Northern Solstice White is a blend of Chardonnay, Sémillon, Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc. Martha Clara will also introduce an all-new wine called Northville, in honor of the vineyard’s location. For more information, visit marthaclaravineyards.com. At Lenz Winery in Peconic, you can look forward to tasting their 2012 Blanc de Noir and Pinot Noir Rosé as well as the much-anticipated 2010 Old Vines Gewürztraminer. There will be two new dessertstyle wines joining the lineup—a 2010 Late Harvest Chardonnay and a 1999 Ice Wine Gewürztraminer— in addition to the release of two library wines, a 2000 and 2001 Merlot. As if these weren’t reasons enough to visit, there’s live, light music each Saturday and DansPapers.com

Sunday, as well as their 5th Annual “Dinner in the Vines” in August. For more information, visit lenzwine.com. For something a bit different, Sparkling Pointe in Southold will be holding their annual Carnaval on July 26 to celebrate their Brazilian heritage. “We have samba dancers in their whole garb with feathers and sparkly bikinis and we also have a drum band,” says Kelsey Cheslock, Marketing and Social Media Coördinator for Sparkling Pointe. “We have all sorts of Brazilian-themed things happening—the most exciting of all is that we’ll be releasing a new label, the Cuvee Carnaval Rosé.” The new rosé will be slightly sweeter than their brut wines, and a festive shade of watermelon-pink. While Carnaval may be their biggest event of the season, it won’t be their only party. Alex Clough and the Nightingale Jazz Band will be on hand every Sunday through Labor day, and the winery will also be hosting their annual Cheers for Dad Father’s Day event. “We’re going to do barbecue food, sparkling wine, and have Port Jeff Brewery here pouring beer,” Cheslock says. For more information, visit sparklingpointe.com. Greenport’s Kontokosta Winery, one the newest on the North Fork Wine Trail, has something unique to offer this summer as well. “We’re the only one with a

waterfront tasting room on Long Island,” says General Manager Polly Brown. “We’ll have a ‘bluff-bar’ on weekends out at the waterfront this summer, and we have a bunch of our signature red Adirondack chairs for people to sit on, and a few tables.” Kontokosta just released their 2013 Riesling—their first—and the 2013 Sauvignon Blanc and Viognier will soon follow. For more information, visit kontokostawinery.com. Wölffer Estate has a jampacked summer planned, along with the release of a few new wines. The Sagaponack vineyard will be hosting its Locals Night on Tuesdays, and Wine Education Wednesdays, as well as Twilight Thursdays at the winery and Sunset Fridays and Saturdays at the Wine Stand. New for this year, Wölffer will also be hosting a Yoga in the Vines program each Saturday morning. “We’re releasing our third steel rosé, called Summer in a Bottle,” says Senior Marketing Manager Donnell Brown. “It’s a beautiful continued on page 69

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Wineries Open on The East End Ackerly Pond Vineyards 1375 Peconic Ln., Peconic ackerlypondvineyards.com Anthony Nappa Wines 2885 Peconic Ln., Peconic anthonynappawines.com Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard 2114 Sound Ave., Baiting Hollow baitinghollowfarmvineyard.com Bedell Cellars 36225 New York Rte. 25, Cutchogue bedellcellars.com Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard 1375 Peconic Ln., Peconic sanninovineyard.com Bouké Wines Bouquet Wines 35 Cox Neck Rd., Mattituck bouquetwine.com

Castello di Borghese Vineyard 17150 County Rd. 48, Cutchogue castellodiborghese.com Channing Daughters Winery 1927 Scuttle Hole Rd., Bridgehampton channingdaughters.com Clovis Point 1935 Main Rd., Jamesport clovispointwines.com Coffee Pot Cellars 31855 Main St. Cutchogue coffeepotcellars.com Comtesse Therese 739 Main Rd., Aquebogue comtessetherese.com Corey Creek Vineyards 45470 Rte. 25, Southold coreycreek.com

Croteaux Vineyards 1450 South Harbor Rd., Southold croteaux.com Diliberto Winery 250 Manor Ln., Jamesport dilibertowinery.com Duck Walk Vineyards 231 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill North 44535 Main Rd., Southold duckwalk.com Gramercy Vineyards 10020 Sound Ave., Mattituck gramercyvineyards.com Harmony Vineyards 169 Harbor Rd., Head of the Harbor harmonyvineyards.com Jamesport Vineyards 1216 Main Rd., Jamesport jamesportwines.com

Jason’s Vineyard 1785 Main Rd., Jamesport jasonsvineyard.com Kontokosta Winery 825 North Rd., Greenport kontokostawinery.com Laurel Lake Vineyards 3165 Main Rd., Laurel llwines.com Lieb Cellars 35 Cox Neck Rd., Mattituck/13050 Oregon Rd., Cutchogue/26 Park Pl., East Hampton liebcellars.com Loughlin Vineyards South Main St., Sayville loughlinvineyard.com Macari Vineyards 150 Bergen Ave., Mattituck macariwines.com

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Paumanok Vineyards 1074 Main Rd., Aquebogue paumanok.com Peconic Bay Winery 31320 Main Rd., Cutchogue peconicbaywinery.com Pellegrini Vineyards 23005 Main Rd., Cutchogue pellegrinivineyards.com Pindar Vineyards 37645 Rte. 25, Peconic pindar.net Pugliese Vineyards 34515 Main Rd., Cutchogue pugliesevineyards.com Raphael Winery 39390 Rte. 25, Peconic, raphaelwine.com Roanoke Vineyards 3543 Sound Ave., Riverhead roanokevineyards.com

Scarola Vineyards 4850 Sound Ave., Mattituck scarolavineyards.com Sherwood House Vineyards 1291 Main Rd., Jamesport/2600 Oregon Rd. Mattituck sherwoodhousevineyards.com Shinn Estate Vineyards 2000 Oregon Rd., Mattituck shinnestatevineyards.com Sparkling Pointe 39750 County Rd. 48, Southold sparklingpointe.com Suhru Wines 2885 Peconic Ln., Peconic suhruwines.com The Hidden Vineyard 2822 River Rd., Calverton thehiddenvineyard.com

The Lenz Winery 38355 Rte. 25, Peconic lenzwine.com The Old Field Vineyards 59600 Rte. 25, Southold theoldfield.com T’Jara Wines 2885 Peconic Ln. Peconic tjaravineyards.com Vineyard 48 18910 Country Road 48, Cutchogue vineyrad48wine.com aters Crest Winery Corp. 22355 County Rd. 48, Cutchogue waterscrestwinery.com Wölffer Estate Vineyard 139 Sagg Rd., Sagaponack wolffer.com

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Lieb Expands Its Delicious Reach by Nicholas Chowske


he North Fork is home to some of the greatest wines in New York, and now, thanks to Lieb Cellars, you can now get your North Fork fix right in East Hampton. “We’re the first North Fork winery to have a tasting room on the South Fork,” says Lieb Cellars General Manager Ami Opisso. Lieb opened their first tasting room in Cutchogue in 2001 and their second in Mattituck in 2012. “The Hamptons was the natural next step for us because of proximity,” she says. “Our wines are served at a number of restaurants on the South Fork, and it’s nice to have a place for our customers to go to buy the wines after they have them at Navy Beach or Topping Rose House.” A presence in the Hamptons also translates

to building awareness in New York City, which is one of Lieb‘s primary markets. The new location, on Park Place in East Hampton, is both a retail store and a tasting room. “You can go in and buy bottles, or you


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can sit down and do a tasting or buy a glass of wine,” Opisso says. Lieb created an atmosphere that combined elements of both forks. “We wanted to portray our farming roots on the North Fork, but we also incorporated a lot of Hamptons beachy colors and elements,” Opisso says. “You definitely get a bit of the North Fork farm vibe, mixed with the Hamptons beachy-chic.” The shop/tasting room consists of a small seating area, wine displays and a long bar built from reclaimed wood. “It’s bright, it’s warm, it’s clean— you just walk into that space and kind of feel good,” she says. The site is available for use by groups. “We’re going to be encouraging local businesses to consider that space for any type of business or corporate event that they’re having,” Opisso says. In addition to a new shop, Lieb Cellars is also releasing wine, under their Bridge Lane label, in two new formats—a 3-liter box and a 20-liter disposable keg. “Those two formats really lend themselves to the Hamptons lifestyle, with the boxes being great to bring on the boat or to the beach, and the kegs being great for parties and weddings,” she says. “I believe we’re one of the first producers, if not the first, to sell wine in that format directly to the consumer.” The new formats are more than convenient. “We have a white blend and a red blend in the box, and the wine stays fresh for a month in there,” Opisso says. The keg holds roughly 26 bottles of wine and can be kept in a Kegorator or tapped with a regular party-style tap. The boxes are just the thing for an evening on the beach—no more risk of broken glass. The kegs have quickly become popular for weddings and other large gathering. A tasteful summer just got a lot more convenient. This month Lieb Cellars began expanding their distribution to New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. “We’ve doubled production. When you do that, you have to find new channels to sell the wine through,” Opisso says. “We’re in a growth stage, and we’re looking to establish a bigger presence in the Northeast.” The new Lieb store is located at 26 Park Place, East Hampton, 631-527-5100. For more information, visit liebcellars.com. Dan’s papers HAMPTONS Summer

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new label design and bottle, and it’s inspired by the epic vintage of 2013. It’s sort of fruity, but still a dry rosé, so it will be somewhat different from our other steel rosés.” They will also have their white and rosé ciders back for their second year. For more information, visit wolffer.com.

raphael Vineyard in Peconic is arguably the most romantic of the North Fork wineries, and thus a popular wedding spot. Enjoy its wide-open spaces and fine wines while listening to live music, which

is on offer every weekend throughout the summer. Showtimes are 1–4 p.m. and admission is free unless otherwise noted. 39390 Main Road, Route 25, Peconic. 631-765-1100, raphaelwine.com

Along the South Fork’s wine trail, Duck Walk Vineyards encompasses scenic acres and a tasting room inside a Normandy chateau-style building at 231 Montauk Highway in Water Mill. Their Vidal Ice Wine is made with grapes that have actually frozen on the vine, and their popular Blueberry Port is crafted from wild Maine blueberries. Live music events are hosted throughout the year at both Duck Walk South and Duck Walk North in Southold. On July 26, 7 p.m., Opera of the Hamptons presents “From Opera to Broadway: A Puccini Night” at the Southold location, 44535 Route 25. 631-726-7555. In the heart of North Fork Wine Country, Sannino Bella Vita Vineyard hosts the acoustic sounds of Bob Blatchey every Sunday from 1–5 p.m. Savor a glass of Bianca White Merlot or Chilly Day Chardonnay in the historic barn and tasting room. On select days throughout the summer, take part in the VIP Blending Session—where you and a guest learn how to blend a custom bottle of wine. 1375 Peconic Lane, Peconic. 631-734-8282, sanninovineyard.com.

LENZ WINERY hosts live music on their grounds every Saturday from 2–5 p.m., Which means that they are made from grapes grown entirely in their own vineyards. 38355 Main Road in Peconic. 631-734-6010, lenzwine.com SHERWOOD HOUSE hosts live music from 2–6 p.m. each Saturday evening at their Jamesport tasting house. Enjoy a taste of Sherwood House’s succulent wines—and take a peek at the first aged brandy produced on Long Island, Sherwood’s own X.O. Brandy. 1291 Main Road, Jamesport. 631-7792817, sherwoodhousevineyards.com. DansPapers.com


BAITING HOLLOW FARM VINEYARD hosts great live music and entertainment every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday this summer. Enjoy a glass of their award-winning wines with great acoustic acts from 2–6 p.m. The sale of their Mirage benefits the ongoing efforts of Baiting Hollow Farm Horse Rescue. Starting May 17, all the fun moves outside at the start of BHF’s outdoor season. Drink in the fresh North Fork air! 2114 Sound Avenue, Baiting Hollow. 631-369-0100, baitinghollowfarmvineyard.com.



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New on the South Fork Summer in the Hamptons means indulging in the fabulous dining scene, and the annual restaurant shuffle is in full swing for the 2014 season. There’s something to be said about partaking in a time-tested mainstay, but if you’re in the mood for something new, don’t miss the below: 31 North Steakhouse will be celebrating its first summer in its new location. Having moved last fall to the former Ciao Bella Senhora space in Hampton Bays, they’ve added a new bar and lounge and revamped the inside and outside. Come for lunch and dinner, with daily specials including the popular Wednesday “Date Night,” which includes two entrées and a bottle of wine. Check out their new Nice Buns food truck parked outside the restaurant for lunchtime—with delicious on-bun sliders. 3 2 2 W M o n t a u k H w y. H a m p t o n B a y s . 1northsteakhouse.com, 631-594-3419 The new Columbian take-out bakery in Hampton Bays, Antojitos Bakery, offers delicious breads, baked treats, coffee and egg sandwiches for breakfast; and burgers and traditional Columbian fare for lunch and dinner. 38 W Montauk Hwy. Hampton Bays. 631-594-5501 The Backyard Restaurant at Solé East in Montauk has reopened for the season with a new chef, Marlon Rambaran. The menu will feature fresh fish from Montauk’s waters and seasonal produce from local farms and The Backyard’s own herb garden. 90 Second House Rd. Montauk. soleeast.com, 631-668-2105 DansPapers.com

Restaurateur Tim Burke’s Backbar Grille, behind Tully’s in Hampton Bays, is ready for their first full summer season after opening last fall. The grille, bar and marina hosts live music, dance parties and happy hours with a full menu that ranges from fresh seafood to burgers. 78 Foster Ave. Hampton Bays. 631-594-5442 Bay Kitchen Bar has opened in East Hampton, overlooking Three Mile Harbor. Offering brunch, dinner, and cocktails to enjoy with the xxSunset $1 Oyster Happy Hour.xx Bay Kitchen Bar will even have a few guest slips at the nearby marina for those who would like to arrive by sea for the ultimate boat party. 39 Gann Rd. East Hampton. baykitchenbar.com, 631-329-3663

New this year at Delmonico’s of Southampton Est. 1837 is an alfresco raw bar called “The Pearl.” The classic steakhouse will be open for its second season in Southampton, offering fresh seafood like Montauk Striped Bass, Classic Delmonico steak and farm-totable dishes from its on-site garden. 268 Elm St. Southampton delmonicosrestaurantgroup. com/southampton, 631-283-0202 With locations in Greenwich, Huntington and soon the West Village, Doppio East is coming to the former Madison & Main space in Sag Harbor, with a menu that includes authentic Italian cuisine with a chic, modern twist. 126 Main St. Sag Harbor. timelesshospitalitygroup. com

What is summer without a clambake? Bostwick’s Clambakes & Catering in East Hampton, a new catering arm of Bostwick’s Chowder House, will take care of it. Between Chef Joe D’Angeli, who brings seven years of experience at Hampton Clambakes and Food & Co., and catering director Caitlin Kalke, former catering manager at Hamptons Seafood Company, you’re in good hands. 221 Pantigo Rd. East Hampton. bostwicksclambakes. com 631-324-2700

Every day can be a bagel-on-the-beach day. The Goldberg’s Famous Bagels empire is expanding beyond their Southampton, Westhampton and Montauk locations. They’re opening new branches in Bridgehampton, at the site of the former Pizza Place; and at the old Espo’s Surf Shop in Napeague. On the North Fork, look for Goldberg’s in Mattituck and Riverhead. Now East Enders will have delicious bagels wherever they roam.

Citarella has opened its newest location on Hampton Road in Southampton. The gourmet market, which already has Hamptons locations in Bridgehampton and East Hampton, has delicious prepared foods, groceries, fresh seafood, aged prime meats and much more. citerella.com 631-587-5990

Newly revamped inside and out, Francesca’s Pizzeria on Ponquogue Avenue in Hampton Bays is a traditional pizza restaurant, serving by the slice or by pie, with Italian specialties for eat-in or take-out. Weekly pizza and dinner specials are offered. 9 Ponquogue Ave. Hampton Bays. 631-728-8979 SUMMER 2014 | 73


Solé East in Montauk Finale East Hampton is the newest hotspot for latenight partiers. Taking over the former SL East location, Finale is an outpost of the NYC #iheartsaturdays parties. Beginning Memorial Day weekend, this party will be moving east to the 7,000-square-foot indoor and outdoor space. 44 Three Mile Rd. East Hampton 212-627-1235 Hampton Coffee Company, locally owned for 20 years, launched its own line of Single Cups for use in K-cup compatible machines. Now you can have the taste of Hampton Coffee anywhere. Hampton Classic Blend single cups are now available at all Hampton Coffee Company locations—Water Mill, Southampton and Westhampton Beach. Or order online. 869 Montauk Hwy. Water Mill; 194 Mill Road, Westhampton Beach; 749 County Road 39A; hamptoncoffeecompany.com, 631-726-2633 The Harbor Raw Bar and Lounge, in the space formerly occupied by the Cross-Eyed-Clam in Montauk, offers small plates and craft cocktails in a chic coastal setting with an expansive raw bar and weekly live music. 440 West Lake Dr. Montauk. theharbormtk.com 631-668-8260 Restaurateur Richie Notar has opened Harlow East, replacing B. Smiths on Long Wharf in Sag Harbor. Guests can enjoy a global menu with an emphasis on local ingredients from the full service restaurant and parlor bar area. In the mornings, grab a coffee and croissant or muffin from their Birch Coffee outpost. Harlow will be open officially beginning Memorial Day weekend. Read our interview the Richie Notar on page 77. 1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor. sagharbor.harlownyc.com, 631-725-5858 Colette Connor and Pamela Wolfert of The Inn Spot on the Bay in Hampton Bays plan to open a healthy food truck this summer, called The Inn Spot...Out! with a variety of equipment, from a crêpe machine to a smoke deck, available for catering. At the Inn, check 74 | SUMMER 2014

Bay Kitchen Bar Lounge at sunset Round Swamp Farm (roundswampfarm.com, 631-324-4438) opened up a second location for their country market in Bridgehampton. Fresh baked goods, buttery corn on the cob, juicy lobsters and much more will be at your fingertips. 97 School St. Bridgehampton. redhooklobster.com, 631-668-5683

Chef Billy Oliva, Delmonico’s of Southampton out the juice bar—all greens are grown at the Inn or at The Good Ground Community Garden. 32 Lighthouse Rd. Hampton Bays. theinnspot.com, 631-728-1200 Café Mambo, on Moniebogue Lane, plans to open a second restaurant, Mambo Kitchen, in the former Sydney’s location on Main Street in Westhampton Beach. The Kitchen specialize in burgers and sandwiches, with an artisanal market, serving some the same foods that they offer at their Maui eatery, with an emphasis on local ingredients. 103 Main St. Westhampton Beach mambokitchens. com, 631-998-3788 Red Hook Lobster Pound is shacking up with Sweet ‘tauk Lemonade again this year, but they’ve got something new up their claw. Breakfast! The menu, which will debut in June, will include a lobster and egg sandwich; blueberry pancakes; and a yogurt and fruit parfait, as well as cold-brew iced coffee. Totally claw-some. 34 S Etna Ave. Montauk

Rowdy Hall in East Hampton has announced that a new co-chef, Justin Finney, will be joining 12-year Rowdy veteran chef Ed Lightcap. In addition to longstanding Rowdy favorites and craft brews, a tasty snack menu (including cod sliders, crispy eggplant fries and steamed pork buns) allows for sharing and sampling small plates. 10 Main St. East Hampton. rowdyhall.com, 631-324-8555 Sabrosa Mexican Grill is now open in Water Mill, adding to quick and easy lunch options on the South Fork. With an emphasis on healthy eating, Sabrosa offers “build your own” burrito bowls, burritos, salads and tacos. Vegan and vegetarian options are also available, as is a kids menu. 1152 Montauk Hwy. Water Mill. sabrosmexicangrill. com, 631-726-6565 Sydney’s “Taylor” Made Cuisine, a Westhampton favorite, is making moves to a new location just north of the Village Green. The specialty grocery store, caterer and restaurant will be open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, offering breakfast, lunch, and a full dinner menu. The new location can seat up to 16 in the dining area and plans to add an outdoor option for summer. 32 Mill Rd. Westhampton Beach. sydneyscatering. com 631-288-4277 Taps is the new North Sea Tavern. The new menu includes classics like burgers and wings along with Italian specialties, shrimp fritters, Argentinian baked clams, steaks and seafood, which can be enjoyed Dan’s papers HAMPTONS Summer

East End Insider Summer is here, and it’s the best time of the year to explore the East End for your favorite food! Lobster rolls are a seasonal obsession, and there are plenty of restaurants to enjoy them. Here are just a few: Claudio’s Restaurant 111 Main Street, Greenport 631-477-0627/ claudios.com The toasted potato roll sets the lobster roll apart at Claudio’s, the oldest samefamily-owned restaurant in the U.S.

THE ANNUAL LOBSTER ROLL QUEST Sweet ‘tauk 34 South Etna Avenue,Montauk 631-668-5683/sweettauk.com Sweet ’tauk Lemonade is partnering with Red Hook Lobster Pound of Brooklyn for a second year to bring their famous roll to Montauk. Who could resist artisanal lemonade and delicious lobster? Dock House 1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor 631-725-7555 While you’re enjoying a lobster salad roll at

this popular spot on Sag Harbor’s scenic Long Wharf, try their award-winning New England and Manhattan style chowders as well. The Lunch Truck 57225 Main Road, Southold 631-765-0177/nofoti.com/the-lunch-truck The Lunch Truck, parked right behind the North Fork Table and Inn in Southold, offers a 100% wild- caught lobster roll, and their “plastic” utensils are made from cornstarch and are compostable!

The Lobster Roll a.k.a. LUNCH 1980 Montauk Highway, Amagansett 631-267-3740/lobsterroll.com Owner Fred Terry is credited by the American Dictionary of Food and Drink with inventing the cold lobster-salad roll in 1965, and after all these years The Lobster Roll (also known as “LUNCH”) remains one of the true go-to spots for a classic take on the tasty summertime seafood staple.

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Hampton Coffee Company freshly roasted coffee with one of the many beers on tap. Diners can take their food and libations inside at the bar, at tables or outside on the patio. 1271 North Sea Rd. Southampton. nstaps.com, 631-259-2998 Founded by private chef Allan Wyse and global organic food entrepreneur Erik Bruun Bindslev, Wyse Organics delivers the best of organic, local and seasonal flavors to your home. Every dish is prepared using ingredients sourced from Long Island and the Hudson Valley. 570 Rte. 114, East Hampton. wyseorganics.com, 917-466-9237 Coming soon to the former Brewster’s location in Hampton Bays, Out of the Blue Seafood will be the newest fish market in town. Takeout items include an amazing sushi and oyster bar, premium fresh and frozen seafood, plus home smoked specialties, live lobsters and much more. 252 E Montauk Hwy. Hampton Bays. ootbseafood.com 631-728-3474 Discover more great South Fork dining options and get all the latest food-and-wine news from the East End at DansPapers.com. DansPapers.com

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Restaurateur Richie Notar—of Will the menus be the same? Can you highlight some of Nobu and Studio 54 fame—has a lot on your favorite dishes? his plate. In addition to running his thriving midtown restaurant, Harlow, he’s working on opening a jazz lounge and bakery in Harlem as well as a much buzzed about East End venture in the former Sag Harbor B. Smith’s space, to also be named Harlow—Harlow East. So, what’s the read on the new locale? Notar dishes:

When did the idea for the original Harlow come about? Only when I walked into the empty space. It was site specific and I came up with the concept only after seeing the property. When a friend showed me the space on 56th and Park, I happened to be feeling nostalgic about the New York I experienced in the late ’70s—when I was a kid driving for Steve Rubell—places like Regine’s with a bit  of glamor.  The  room was built by Randolph Hearst for Marion Davies. That history excited me so I designed a modern day New York chic restaurant.  

How do you anticipate the two Harlow locations will compare? We will use the same team headed by Chef Danny Ye and Director of Operations Sean Dillon. They know the lay of the land in the Hamptons, so consistency and familiarity is something we feel we will bring to that space. We’ll feature our most popular dishes from the city and utilize the wonderful bounty found locally.

Will the menus be the same? Can you highlight some of your favorite dishes? The menu will be similar—oyster bar, our popular branzino and crudo dishes— but the summer season brings such a goldmine of product, so the menu will be summer-centric as the season goes on with loads of surprises!  

Compare the New York dining scene to the Hamptons.

The Hamptons is a condensed area with a captive audience. The interesting thing though is, since it’s seasonal, it’s  hard  to find staffing. It’s a playground for some very prominent people, so good service is [necessary but] hard to come by. There are some very good chefs, though, utilizing the local ingredients and putting some good food out. I’m fortunate to have staff from the city come out and help improve the service.  

What are some of your favorite spots in the Hamptons?

I like the simple spots like The Clam Bar or Babette’s for breakfast. Nick and Toni’s is somewhere I go for a proper meal. Honestly I like to cook at home for family and friends. Now I won’t be doing much of any of that with Harlow opening.  

What’s an ideal day in the Hamptons for you?

First thing in the morning a walk on the beach. I love the walking dunes in Napeague too. Then a swim in the ocean with my family, shop for food, open a bottle of wine and prepare a meal at home and lounge around the pool. At dusk go to the beach and watch the sunset with an Aperol Spritz and my wife Jane. Harlow East, Long Wharf, Sag Harbor, 631-725-5858


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NEW ON THE NORTH FORK The North Fork has many tried and true eateries Porter” to “Hump Day IPA.” that avail themselves of the best local seafood, wine and produce. This season the North Fork is home to a slew of new foodie places and friendly faces. Check them out: Dock to Dish is expanding its community-supported fishing program to the North Fork. Participants pay in advance for a weekly delivery of the fresh catch. Supplement your weekly fish buying and try out new species. North Fork members pick up at Browder’s Farm at 4050 Soundview Ave, Mattituck. Bring your insulated tote, thermometer and frozen freezer blocks with you each week. docktodish.com, 917-853-8559 Now open in Mattituck, CJ’s American Grill is a farmto-table establishment, specializing in fine American cuisine by Chef Chris Richards and his culinary team. 631-315-5311 Craft brews are making their mark on the East End! Crooked Ladder Brewery, on West Main Street in Riverhead, is one of the newest microbreweries, offering a variety of beers from “Ponquogue

70 W Main St. Riverhead. crookedladderbrewing.com, 631-591-3565 A long-time South Fork and New Jersey favorite, Goldberg’s Famous Bagels is opening two new locations on the North Fork: on Main Road in Mattituck and on East Main Street in Riverhead (as of June 1). The famous bagels are made fresh daily and offered along with various deli items, including sandwiches, salads and more. Get that coffee on the go! The new Starbucks in Riverhead on Route 58 is the only one with a drivethrough window in eastern Suffolk. In the back of Riverhead’s Green Earth Natural Food Market, JC’s Café and Lounge is now open, serving breakfast, lunch and a reservations-only dinner beginning at 7 p.m. Chef Calvin Kerr brings eclectic and full-flavored food to the 40-seat café and lounge and he serves it up with music that ranges from Motown to Brazilian samba. Stay tuned for theme nights like Wednesday’s “Soul in a Bowl.” For now, it’s BYOB. 50 E Main St. Riverhead 631-591-3281

Now with new chef Craig Attwood, Jedediah Hawkins Inn in Jamesport incorporates local foods, many of which are grown on the grounds, into innovative gourmet dishes. The Speakeasy Menu is available from 5 p.m. to close. 400 S Jamesport Ave. Riverhead. jedediahhawkinsinn.com, 631-722-2900 Joe’s Garage & Grill is open—with live music, mixed drinks and craft beers, at a waterfront location in the heart of downtown Riverhead. Chef Brian Burner incorporates southern flavors and concepts into homemade East End comfort food. Authentic memorabilia, hand-painted murals and a heated patio add to the fun atmosphere. 40 Peconic Ave. Jamesport joesgarageandgrill.com, 631-591-3330 Recipient of the 2014 Long Island Food Critic Award for Excellence for Finest Chocolatier, North Fork Chocolate Company opened at the Tanger Outlets II food court in Riverhead. Aside from small batch, handcrafted artisanal chocolates, the menu also includes soups, chowders, gourmet sandwiches and salads. 1770 W Main St. Riverhead northforkchocolate.com, 631-599-4944


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East End Insider Whether you’re heading for Iron Pier Beach, Orient Point State Park, taking the boat out in the Peconic Bay, or on your way to one of the many vineyards on the North Fork’s wine trail, a day of outdoor fun isn’t complete without a picnic. If getting up and out is your style, you can pick up sandwiches, fruit and cheese en route at one of these fine to-go establishments: In Riverhead, Maple Tree Deli has mouthwatering sandwiches like North Carolina Style BBQ Pork, Alabama Style BBQ Chicken, grilled vegetables, beans and corn. 820 West Main Street, Riverhead. 631-727-2819.

NoFo on the Go Blue Duck Bakery, with locations in Greenport, Southold, Riverhead, has you covered for breakfast, lunch and dessert. Croissants, muffins, gourmet sandwiches, salads, Hale & Hearty soups, cupcakes, fresh bread and rolls are all ready to go. Coffee, tea and lattes are always on the menu, too. Blueduckbakery.com. The Village Cheese Shop has delicious cheeses from around the world, made-to-order sandwiches, bagels, muffins, coffee and tea. Take home some fresh pasta to cook for dinner. 105 Love Lane, Mattituck. 631-2988556 thevillagecheeseshop.com.

Feeling spicy? Funcho’s Fajita Grill has some of the best burritos (and fajitas and other Mexican-inspired cuisine) in town. The menu allows for picking and choosing different toppings and ingredients. Make sure you save room for dessert, ice cream is right next door at snowflake. Funcho’s is located at 156 West Main Street, Riverhead. Funchosfajitagrill.com, 631369-7277. To find the perfect beachy picnic areas across the East End, check out the Dan’s Papers Beach Guide at DansPapers.com/beachguide.

Pace’s Dockside Restaurant is located on the Mattituck Inlet at Strong’s Marina. Serving dinner 7 days in-season. Enjoy Happy Hour at the bar on Thursday and Friday evenings, from 4–7 p.m. While you’re enjoying the tasty fare, there’s a good chance you’ll catch live music on Fridays. 2255 Wickham Ave. Mattituck strongsmarine.com, 631-315-5252 After extensive damage from Superstorm Sandy, Pepi’s Restaurant Italiano reopened in the fall. Now with modern décor surrounding them, patrons can enjoy fine Italian cuisine, fresh seafood and wine, all with waterfront views. Open for lunch and dinner. 400 Old Main Rd. Southold pepisrestaurant.com, 631-765-6373 Opening soon, The Petulant Wino will offer a relaxed vibe with a focus on local wines and beers, featuring Comtesse Therese wines. Famed Long Island restaurateur and chef Tom Schaudel will be serving up tapas and a raw bar of local shellfish in the 28-seat restaurant within this circa 1830 farmhouse. 739 Main Rd. Aquebogue Bryan Villanti has opened Vino N’Vittles in the space that formerly held Pagano’s Little Italian Place. Offering local wines and a full menu including seafood and burgers, Vino N’Vittles plans to also serve their very own wine. 110 Front Street, Greenport Vines & Hops in Riverhead is an inviting gathering place with live music, small plates and a sampling of craft beers and Long Island wines. Specialty coffees are available all night. 127 E Main St. Riverhead vinesandhopsli.com, 631-369-3100 Two sisters have combined their talents and opened Wednesday’s Table in Southold. Open for breakfast and lunch, the café offers specialty sandwiches and salads, gourmet coffee and tea, soups and sweets. 53345 Main Rd. Southold wednesdays-table.com, 631-876-5251 Check DansPapers.com for all the latest dining news from the North Fork. DansPapers.com

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North Fork craft Beers Are Here! by Nicholas Chowske

The North Fork has spent decades cultivating its reputation as a destination wine region, but over the last five years the craft beer scene has been taking root. Here’s what’s on tap for summer. Riverhead’s first brewery, Long Ireland (longirelandbrewing.com), will be celebrating their fifth anniversary this year by releasing their annual Summer Ale. “It’s a golden ale and it’s brewed with Pilsner malt, wheat malt and dried lemon peel, so it’s got a nice little citrus hint in the back of it that’s light and crisp,” says Long Ireland co-founder Greg Martin, noting that it will be available in six packs of 12 oz. bottles this year. Long Ireland will also have its flagship Celtic Ale and poplar Breakfast Stout available for the drinking. The tasting room is open Thursday and Friday from 3–7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 1–6 p.m. Also turning five this year, Greenport Harbor Brewery (harborbrewing.com) is planning to mark the occasion with a grand opening party at their new

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Peconic location on Saturday, July 12 from 3–8 p.m., will feature three bands and local food trucks. While the brewery will be up and running by July, the new space will be far from complete. “The production space will be operating, and we will be conducting tours, so people will be able to see the system in it’s completion,” says co-founder Rich Vandenburgh. “The tasting room will be open and functioning, albeit in a kind of a rustic, initial-stage setting.” A larger brewery space means more variety. “With the opening of the bigger production brewery, we’re going to be using the Greenport space as a pilot brewery for smaller, more experimental beers,” Liegey says. “It would be great to build a little bit of a treasure chest of beers for the summer and for the party.” Greenport Harbor will be releasing their Summer Ale in May, followed by a Citrus IPA in June, and their Anniversary Ale in time for their celebration. They’ve also put out their popular Hopnami Double IPA, which hasn’t been seen in more than two years. The summer of celebrations continues with

Riverhead’s Crooked Ladder Brewing Company (crookedladderbrewing.com) which is planning their first anniversary party for July. In the mean time, they will be kicking off the season with their summer series of beers. The first beer in the series is the Summeritis, a golden ale brewed from Crystal Hops, giving it a crisp, citrus flavor that’s perfect for a hot day. “I’m planning, for one of the months, doing a Hefeweizen, probably in July,” says Crooked Ladder’s co-founder and head brewer, Duffy Griffiths, “and then a Belgian witbier following that, just for something a little bit different.” The newest brewery to hit the scene is Riverhead’s Moustache Brewing Company (moustachebrewing. com). Named for owner Matthew Spitz’s iconic handlebar moustache, the brewery opened this spring. Spitz and his fellow owner, wife Lauri, pride themselves on their revolving menu of craft beers made from fresh, local ingredients. This summer, they will be featuring their Mojito Pale Ale, which is a pale ale brewed with fresh mint and limes.

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Dining on the South fork The South Fork has established itself as a foodie haven. From the seenand-be-seen locales to delicious holein-the-wall hotspots, the restaurants and bars on the East End are world renowned for their quality and eclectic flavors. Hamptonites are fortunate that the area’s agricultural heritage offers an abundance of local produce and ingredients. And then, of course, there’s the fresh seafood. To help make dining decisions a bit easier, we’ve included a quick list of fabulous options, but be sure to head to DansPapers.com for a more comprehensive guide! 1 North Steakhouse (Steak/Seafood) will be celebrating the first summer in their new Hampton Bays location. Having moved last fall to the former Ciao Bella Senhora space in Hampton Bays, they’ve added a new bar and lounge and revamped the inside and outside. Serving lunch and dinner, with

daily specials including the popular Wednesday “Date Night,” which includes 2 entrées and a bottle of wine. Check out their new Nice Buns food truck parked outside the restaurant for lunchtime—with delicious on-bun sliders. 1northsteakhouse.com, 631-594-3419

the Sunset $1 Oyster Happy Hour. baykitchenbar.com, 631-329-3663

The American Hotel (American/ French), which has long been popular with Billy Joel and just about anyone else who graces Sag Harbor’s shores, expertly marries American and French dishes. The luxurious dining room is set inside of the charming historic hotel, which was built in 1846. theamericanhotel.com, 631-725-3535

Bobby Van’s (Steak and Seafood) in Bridgehampton has steakhouse classics and fresh fish. Open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. bobbyvans.com, 631-537-0590

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Bell & Anchor (Seafood) in Sag Harbor offers fresh oysters, seafood platters, lobster, surf & turf, and views of the bay. belleandanchor.com, 631725-3400

Westhampton Beach’s Boom Burger (American), serves hot-wingsburgers-and-fries fare and kicks things up a notch with additions like Thai Chili wings and an eclectic lineup of burger toppings, ranging from peanut butter and jelly to truffle oil to chorizo to the most inspired of all: creamy mac n cheese. boomburgerwhb.com, 631-998-4663

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Delmonico’s of Southampton Est. 1837 (Steak) has opened for its second season, offering fresh seafood, like Montauk Striped Bass, Classic Delmonico steak, and farm-to-table dishes from its on-site garden. New this year is an alfresco raw bar called “The Pearl.” delmonicosrestaurantgroup. com/southampton, 631-283-0202

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Dining on the South fork Dockers Waterside (Seafood/Steak) in East Quogue is perfect for sunsets, steak and seafood. Choose to sit in the indoor or outdoor dining spaces. dockerswaterside.com, 631-653-0653 Edgewater (Italian) in Hampton Bays serves up large portions of unique Italian dishes and spectacular views of Shinnecock Bay. edgewaterrestaurant. com, 631-723-2323 Chef Todd Jacobs’ farm-to-table concept at Bridgehampton’s Fresh (American) is family-friendly, affordable and accessible. Vegan options and small plates available. freshhamptons.com, 631-537-4700 A Montauk tradition since 1947, Gosman’s Dock (Seafood) has four dining areas, world-class views and, of course, lobsters. gosmans.com, 631-668-5330 Gurney’s Inn (Italian/Seafood), another classic Montauk establishment, has briliant ocean views from every table in

Café Monte and the freshest seafood available at The Sea Grille. gurneysinn.com, 631-668-2345 With three locations in Southampton, Water Mill and Westhampton, Hampton Coffee Company (Café/ Mexican) doesn’t just serve the best coffee. Their menu has made-to-order omelets, Enchiladas, and gluten-free/ vegetarian/low-fat options. The Water Mill location features a full-service restaurant with indoor and outdoor garden seating. hamptoncoffee.com, 631-726-2633 At Harvest on Fort Pond (Italian/ Mediterranean), the Italian fare is served family-style and is inspired by fresh Montauk seafood and homegrown produce. On warmer nights, chose to dine in the vegetable and herb garden, as you watch the sunset over Fort Pond. harvestfortpond.com, 631-668-5574

Nestled inside of an early 20th century Victorian beach house, Inn Spot on the Bay (Eclectic/Seafood) in Hampton Bays is both elegant and cozy, and everything is made from scratch. Perfect for a romantic dinner overlooking Shinnecock Bay. theinnspot.com, 631-728-1200 The Harbor Raw Bar and Lounge (Seafood) in the space once occupied by the Cross-EyedClam, brings locallysourced seasonal small plates (and large ones) to Montauk. Along with a “day to night” bar, the sunset destination will be home to live music and late-night dancing with a DJ. theharbormtk.com, 631-668-8260 La Parmigiana (Italian) in Southampton, which has been family owned and operated for almost four decades, offers large portions of authentic Italian pastas and dishes. Kids will enjoy peering over the counter

in the pizza take-out room in the back for a fun lesson on how to expertly create these cheesy delights. laparmigianali.com, 631-283-8030 The Living Room @ c/o The Maidstone (American) consistently offers special dining events, including frequent Yappy Hours, wine pairings and Jazzy Sunday brunches in East Hampton. The New American dishes pay particular homage to the Slow Food movement. themaidstone.com, 631-324-5006 Matsulin (Asian) in Hampton Bays specializes in Pan Asian cuisine, which includes Chinese, Malaysian, Japanese, Thai and Vietnamese flavors. matsulin.com, 631-728-8838 Some of the best Mexican food on the East End (and 75 tequilas) make Mercado (Mexican) in Bridgehampton mercadony.com, 631-297-1334 Muse in the Harbor (New American) has become a staple of Sag Harbor’s

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dining on the south Fork Main Street with an expanded New American menu from Chef-owner Matthew Guiffrida. museintheharbor. com, 631-899-4810 Montauk’s Navy Beach (French/ Seafood) serves elegant seafood in a casual-chic dining room with breathtaking sunset views. Bring your drink outside to the lounge/beach area and take in the ocean air. navybeach.com, 631-668-6868 East Hampton’s Nick & Toni’s (Italian/Mediterranean) serves stylish plates, which rotate seasonally. The centerpiece of the Tuscan-style room is a wood-burning oven covered in mosaics. nickandtonis.com, 631-324-3550

rave about the service and cocktails. thepalm.com, 631-324-0411 The Parrish Art Museum café in Water Mill, The Art of Eating, (American) offers freshly made sandwiches, salads, teatime sweets and more, using local ingredients. They’ll also cater your next event. hamptonsartofeating. com, 631-267-2411 If French food is more your style, head to Pierre’s in Bridgehampton (French), where chef Pierre Weber creates French dishes specializing in local seafood. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Pierre’s also has a gourmet patisserie in the front with such delectable treats as brioches, croissants and homemade ice cream.pierresbridgehampton.com, 631-537-5110

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Rumba (Seafood/Caribbean) in Hampton Bays serves eclectic inspired island cuisine, as it harnesses the casual fun of the Caribbean. Come for the food, stay for the rum bar. rumbarumbar.com, 631-594-3544 75 Main (Italian/American) in Southampton is a popular restaurant and night spot, giving diners the option of people-watching from a sidewalk table or inside through floor-to-ceiling windows, with an innovative menu and rotating list of house specialties. 75main.com, 631-283-7575 1770 House (American) in East Hampton specializes in elegant American fare, and it has a more casual menu in the downstairs tavern. 1770house.com, 631-324-1770 A lunchtime favorite, Silver’s (Eclectic) is known for its white tablecloth service and a delectable, eclectic menu, where the lobster roll and BLT sandwich are two of the most popular items. silversrestaurant.com, 631-283-6443

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Dining on the South fork Enjoy innovative American cuisine in style at Southampton Social (American), featuring Club DJs when the nightlife begins. southamptonsocialclub.com, 631287-1400

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The East End’s first microbrewery, Southampton Publick House (American), serves traditional pub favorites as well as full lunch, brunch and dinner menus. The bar scene comes alive at night in the taproom. publick.com, 631-283-2800

World Pie (Italian), with its wood-fired pizzas and abundance of toppings, in addition to other Italian fare, always delights Bridgehampton restaurantgoers. worldpiebh.com, 631-537-7999

Suki Zuki (Japanese) is a true Water Mill gem, as the crowds will indicate. The excellent sushi bar is sure to delight, with the “Tuna Fish Sandwich” being a local favorite. 631726-4600 Tutto Il Giorno (Italian) in Sag Harbor is known for its innovative Italian dishes, and patrons love sitting on the inviting

The Gourmet Stores Catena’s Inc. Food Market in Southampton is a small, family run grocery store that prides itself on having all of the essentials for a freshlyprepared Hamptons meal. And, locals rave that the customer service is topnotch. 631-283-3456 With locations in Bridgehampton and East Hampton, and now Southampton, Citarella offers a wide variety of specialty ingredients and groceries, including fresh seafood and aged prime

meats. In addition, Citarella features delicious prepared foods such as sandwiches, soups, chicken, pasta salads and an array of desserts. Be sure to check out the “Citarella’s Own” selection of products. citarella.com, 631-537-5990 Schmidt’s Market in Southampton is a specialty market with an array of produce, gourmet ingredients, a deli counter and huge salad bar. Also check out Schmidt’s Seafood Market (631-283-1212) on North Sea Road for fresh seafood options. schmidtsmarket.com, 631-283-5777 The Village Gourmet Cheese Shop (Specialty/Gourmet), in Southampton specializes in artisan cheeses but also serves breakfast items, sandwiches, salads and sweets. villagecheeseshop. com, 631-283-6949 Vines & Branches carries specialty oils, gourmet salts

and herbs, vinegars and prepares beautiful gift baskets. Locations in Southampton, Westhampton Beach and Greenport. vinesandbranches.net, 631-283-6070

Bakery Goodies The new Columbian take-out bakery in Hampton Bays, Antojitos Bakery, offers baked treats, coffee and breakfast, and Columbian fare for lunch and dinner. 631-594-5501 Dreesden’s Famous Donuts The name speaks for itself. While in East Hampton, look for shop windows with a robotic machine producing donuts, and you’ve found Dreesden’s. dreesens.com, 631-907-4981 Tate’s Bake Shop in Southampton has award-winning cookies—the chocolate chip are always a favorite— and a delicious assortment of pies, breads and sweets. Enjoy a treat and some iced coffee in their courtyard. tatesbakeshop.com, 631-780-6511



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(All-American) is Riverhead’s premier bowling, sports bar and entertainment venue. This industrial chic-inspired facility boasts 22 state-ofthe-art bowling lanes, a VIP room with six private lanes and a vortex bar with 12 inverted beer taps. theallstar.com, 631-998-3565 Blue Canoe Oyster Bar & Grill (Seafood) enjoyed it’s first summer in Greenport last season and has quickly become a go-to destination for oysters, sushi creations and all things seafood. bluecanoeoysterbar. com, 631-477-6888

Blue Duck Bakery Cafe (Bakery), now in Greenport, Riverhead, Southampton and Southold, provides baked goods, award-winning artisan breads and delectable lunch, to eat in or take out. blueduckbakerycafe.com, 631-629-4123 At Buoy One (Seafood & Steak), Chef David Girard delivers New England delicacies to the East End, including fine steaks and fresh fish from Buoy One’s in-house seafood market. Inside a converted car garage in Riverhead, this charming and casual café offers patio seating and plenty of options for landlubbers. Also in Westhampton and Huntington. buoyone.com, 631-208-9737 On



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a different dining ambience and a variety of menu items.This season marks Claudio’s 144th anniversary. claudios.com, 631-477-0627 Cliff’s Elbow Room (Steak/Seafood) in Jamesport and Laurel serves the best aged and marinated steak, freshest seafood and local wines, in a warm atmosphere. elbowroomli.com, 631-722-3292 Riverhead’s Dark Horse Restaurant (American) serves up a deliciously eclectic menu with local fare and flair, plus delicious gluten-free breads and desserts. darkhorserestaurant.com, 631-208-0072 Unique and casual Greenport bistro First and South (American) has a diverse and creative menu filled with comfort food selections and some surprising treats. firstandsouth.com, 631-333-2200

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The Frisky Oyster (American) in Greenport offers an array from seafood to duck to steak, including the famous Oysters Friskafella. thefriskyoyster.com, 631-477-4265 In historic New Suffolk for 21 years, Legends (American) offers “The Best of Both Worlds,”—Fine dining in the cozy and eclectic dining room, and the classic bar with rich, warm woods and brass accents. Both serve the same innovative food. Late-night burgers and light fare. legends-restaurant.com, 631-734-5123 La Maison Blanche (French) on Shelter Island serves French brasseriestyle fare on Shelter Island. The menu features local organic ingredients and boasts a varied wine list with

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dining on the north fork selections from local vineyards and abroad. The bar is a charming spot for a cocktail. maisonblanchehotel.com, 631-749-1633 If you have a hankering for small plates, noah’s (American) in Greenport offers an acclaimed array of seafood dishes along with adventurous American entrées sure to please. chefnoahschwartz.com, 631-477-6720 At the North Fork Table & Inn (American) in Southold, Chef Gerry Hayden— James Beard Best Chef: Northeastaward nominee— crafts a menu featuring locally grown biodynamic and organic produce, the freshest seafood from the Peconic Bay and Long Island Sound and award-winning North Fork artisanal cheese. northforktableandinn.com, 631-765-0177

Built in 1820 in Mattituck, The Old Mill Inn (American) delights with waterfront dining on the Mattituck Inlet and a menu showcasing local ingredients. Take part in the sunset dinner cruise and enjoy live music throughout the summer. theoldmillinn.net, 631-298-8080

The Riverhead Project (American) serves seasonally inspired American food with ethnic influences and fresh, local ingredients inside a former bank. theriverheadproject.com, 631-284-9300

Located on the Peconic River, TURKUAZ GRILL (Mediterranean) serves authentic Mediterranean cuisine, including seafood, wraps and Turkish wines. turkuazgrillriverhead.com, 631-591-1757

Orient by the Sea (Seafood) is a restaurant and full-service marina offering an extensive menu of local seafood and fresh vegetables. Located next to Cross Sound Ferry, dine while you overlook beautiful Gardiner’s Bay on the outdoor deck. Open for lunch and dinner. orientbythesea.com, 631-323-2424

Nestled on the Peconic River in Riverhead, dine inside or outside at Roadhouse Pizza (Pizza) while enjoying brick oven pizza, fresh salads, pasta and hot and cold heroes made to order. Glutenfree pizza and pasta; and beer and wine available. roadhousepizza.com, 631-208-9888

Tweed’s Restaurant & Buffalo Bar in (American) Riverhead’s J.J. Sullivan Hotel, serves local food specialties and wines. Tweed’s is also home to a variety healthy bison dishes. tweedsrestaurant.com, 631-208-3151

Porto Bello (Italian) is celebrating 22 years in their original location on the Greenport waterfront. Offering local and imported wines, Porto Bello is a hidden treasure. 631-477-15158

Touch of Venice (Italian) in Cutchogue has been proudly serving the North Fork for over 20 years, preparing local cuisine with Italian soul. Extensive wine list featuring local and Italian wines. Special chef’s family-style menu available for small groups. touchofvenice.com, 631-298-5851

Vine Street Café (American) on Shelter Island offers an eclectic menu influenced by many cuisines from around world that changes frequently to match the local harvest. vinestreetcafe.com, 631-749-3210 Check DansPapers.com for restaurant reviews and more great dining on the North Fork.

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for, and the Taste of Two Forks gives us the opportunity to showcase some of these great ingredients.” Now in its second year, GrillHampton takes the concept of culinary showcase to another level, as it once again pits eight New York City chefs against eight counterparts from the East End in a combination of heated cooking competition and tasting event. As GrillHampton guests stroll the tent, they get to not only watch 16 grilling gurus at work, but also the opportunity to indulge in the chef’s creations and vote for their favorite food of the night. A panel of food-savvy judges will also be voting for their top dishes, just as they did last summer when Rumba Rum Bar’s David Hersh took home the People’s Choice honors, New York City’s Elizabeth Karmel of Hill Country Barbecue won Judges Pick, and Team Hampton reigned supreme overall. Hersh and Karmel will be back to defend their titles, but GrillHampton Host, Robert Irvine they’ll be facing a hungry lineup of new chefs in addition to those returning from the first battle. “Revenge is sweet,” says Billy Oliva, Executive Chef of Delmonico’s of Southampton. He will be coming back with victory on his mind, but also a sense of anticipation that is shared by the guests who look forward to seeing chefs from acclaimed restaurants up-close and personal. “[A] great part of these events is getting to see our returning customers and interact with them in fun and unique settings,” Oliva says. Dan’s papers HAMPTONS Summer


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This year’s esteemed panel of GrillHampton judges includes celebrity chefs Marc Murphy and Alex Guarnaschelli, Mark Pastore and Pat LaFrieda, David Burke and Dan’s Papers’ own Dan Rattiner. And the host of the epic grilling battle will be Robert Irvine, star of Food Network’s Restaurant Impossible. “It’s going to be a great night—lots of fun, great food. I love the idea of the competition, of the chefs having a good time and still bringing out the best in each other,” says Irvine, who’s known for inspiring chefs to always bring their A-game. Taste of Two Forks has always been known for its A-list hosts—Marcus Samuelsson in 2011, JeanGeorges Vongerichten in 2012 and Bobby Flay last summer—and this year ticketholders will get two for the price of one…hosts, that is. Bringing their co-hosting duties from Food Network’s The Kitchen to the big tent in Bridgehampton, Katie Lee Taste of Two Forks Co-host, Geoffrey Zakarian and Geoffrey Zakarian will preside over the evening filled with the finest food and drink the North Fork and South Fork have to offer. Synonymous with the Hamptons lifestyle, cookbook author and entertaining expert Katie Lee has called the Hamptons home for more than a decade now, and Zakarian is certainly no stranger to Dan’s Taste of Taste of Two Forks Co-host, Summer, having hosted the inaugural GrillHampton Katie Lee last year. “It’s like the Rolls-Royce of food under one DansPapers.com

tent,” said Zakarian, who has been balancing his new role as Culinary Director for The Plaza between his role as Chef/Partner of The Lambs Club and various TV duties. In addition to the dozens of restaurants, Taste of Two Forks also showcases the abundance of local artisanal purveyors that help make the East End a true foodie paradise. Participants will include Amagansett Sea Salt Co., Anke’s Fit Bakery, Hampton Coffee Co. and Joe & Liza’s Ice Cream. And since every great edible offering deserves the perfect pairing, the vino will be flowing. East End–based wineries including Bedell, Castello di Borghese, Jamesport, Jason’s, Lieb, Macari, Martha Clara, One Woman, Palmer, Raphael and Suhru will be all be pouring under the big tent, inspiring many a toast to the bounty of the East End. Can’t you just taste it already? Dan’s Taste of Summer kicks off with GrillHampton on Friday, July 11, from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Sayre Park, 156 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton. General admission tickets are $120 (inclusive of all food and beverages). Dan’s Taste of Two Forks is Saturday, July 12, at Sayre Park. Taste of Two Forks VIP tickets are available for $240, including early admission from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.; General Admission (GA) tickets, with admission from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. are available for $160 (inclusive of all food & beverage).  Dan’s Taste of Summer Weekend Packages are available as well: 1 ticket for Grillhampton and 1 GA ticket for Taste of Two Forks is $260; 1 ticket for Grillhampton and 1 VIP ticket for Taste of Two Forks is $340. To see the full list of participating chefs, wineries and purveyors, and to purchase tickets, visit DansTasteofSummer.com. SUMMER 2014 | 89



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Grand Openings Summer in the Hamptons always means new shops to explore. The Water Mill retail resurgence continues with the arrival of Surf panda, the hot new place to go for surfboards, bamboo longboards, board shorts, t-shirts and beach gear. 750 Montauk Highway and online at pandadiplomacy.com. Celebrity hairstylist-colorist Marc Zowine of New York and Palm Beach touches down in Sag Harbor this summer. He now works his magic at the beautiful Salon Xavier, Coiffure & Day Spa on Bay Street at week’s end. 631-725-6400, salonxavier.com Speaking of beautiful hair, Dr. Keith R. Durante, the leading expert on Long Island in the newest stateof-the-art technology for men’s and women’s hair restoration, has opened up a new office at 61 Main Street in Southampton. Call 631-620-2020 or visit longislandneograft.com. Get your Hamptons home ready for summer while doing your part to protect the world. Hamptons Lane Home Organics is a completely chemical-free fullservice cleaning company, offering year-round service. 150 Madison Street, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-1459 or visit hamptonslanehomeorganics.com. Wampum, the local skate- and surf-inspired clothing company founded by brothers Marley and Lennon Ficalora, will be opening a new store at the Memory Motel in Montauk. Stop by for the Memorial Day weekend opening party. For details, check out wampumny.com or call the Bridgehampton store at 631-537-6007. Hampton Party Island has opened up at 56 Hampton Road in Southampton. Formerly Amazing Parties, they’ll still be stocked with all of your party needs. Call 631-287-9040 or visit hamptonpartyisland. com. DansPapers.com

Local wife and husband team artist and author Amy Zerner and Monte Farber are opening their Enchanted World Emporium Memorial Day weekend at 8 Main Street in East Hampton. The Emporium is a treat for the senses—with items from Zerner’s bespoke couture jackets and jewelry to Farber’s Law of Attraction series and meditation kits. Call 631-324-7695 or visit theenchantedworld.com. Lexi Stolz makes weekending in the Hamptons stressfree! South Fork & Spoon works with each township to hand select produce from the local farmstands, grocery stores, cook shops and vineyards. Now the host can enjoy their time at the beach! Visit southforkandspoon.com for details. This spring, East Hamptonites Pauline Rochas, of the Rochas family fashion house, and Carole Beaupré launched their first fragrance, Le Premier Parfum. The unisex scent blends seven raw essential oils. The limited edition of 500 bottles is available at Turpan in East Hampton and on bycoolife.com. In East Hampton, Kate Spade has opened up a boutique at 17 Newtown Lane in the space previously occupied by Juicy Couture. The Summer 2014 collection is said to be inspired by designer and chief creative officer Deborah Lloyd’s travels—including a visit to Giverny, Paris, Monaco and Capri. You’ve spent the day at the beach and have to head straight to an elegant cocktail party. Trouble is, with traffic, it’ll take you an extra hour to head home and do your hair. Don’t panic: Blow Hampton is here. The menu features a variety of styles named after famous hair icons. Blow Hampton is located at 2462 Main Bridgehampton. For more information call Street in ​ 631-537-8000 or visit blowhampton.com. Founded by US Army transportation specialist Chris Nolte, LONG ISLAND ELECTRIC BIKES suit both the Manhattan and Hamptons lifestyle. Pedal assist allows the rider to regulate how much help they get

from the motor while still pedaling. Let their experts match you with the perfect fit! 631-306-4542 or visit longislandelectricbikes.com. Les Toiles Du Soleil, a French fabric and accessories retailer known for quality, durability and a contemporary look, is opening a store in East Hampton at 78 Park Place. Aside from fabric by the yard, the boutique also carries a wide variety of accessories and sun, stain and water-resistant Sunbrella fabrics. Call 212-2294730 or visit lestoilesdusoleilnyc.com. Hampton Bays Pet Supply has installed a stateof-the-art self-service dog wash. All you need to do is bring Sparky. Make an appointment or walk in. Hampton Bays Pet Supply is located at 266 W. Montauk Hwy. Hampton Bays. Call 631-723-3800. Whimsical Gallery is the place to find artwork of local contemporary artists, including a number of Dan’s Papers cover artists. 89 Jobs Lane, Southampton. Call 631-287-3528 for more information. After more than seven years of calling Amagansett home, GONE LOCAL, the gift and houseware store featuring items handmade by local residents, has opened its doors at 80 North Main Street in East Hampton. Call 631-267-5315 or visit gonelocalamagansett.com. It’s the first summer for the SOUTHAMPTON SHOP HOP. On “First Fridays” participating merchants will give 5 to 10% of proceeds to a local charity from sales made between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. There will also be discounts and specials at restaurants and accommodations. Look for the Shop Hop logo in windows in the village and check out the Southampton Chamber on Facebook. Now at Long Island MacArthur Airport in Ronkonkoma, the EAST END GETAWAY AIRPORT STORE will offer tourist fare to promote the East End’s five towns. (“Grand Continued on page 93

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There’s no bigger fashion event in the Hamptons than the annual Super Saturday. Benefiting the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund, this unique “designer garage sale” includes more than 200 designers offering garments, accessories and more at discounted prices. It’s no wonder so many stars come out of hiding to shop and pose for the cameras each year.

Hosted by East Enders Kelly Ripa (left) and designer Donna Karan, Super Saturday is one of the most glamorous social and shopping events of the season. The event takes place under huge tents, sprawled across the fields of Water Mill’s Nova’s Ark Project off Scuttle Hole Road. This summer marks Super Saturday’s 17th year, and it will feature booths from some of

fashion’s most elite designers, including Helmet Lang, Christopher Fischer, Kenneth Cole, Diane von Fürstenburg, Kate Spade, Nanette Lepore, Ralph Lauren, Shoshanna and many, many more. The day is even a thrill for kids, who can enjoy various children’s activities and carnival rides while grownups shop and sample an array of fine food and drinks.

The organizers and sponsors also provide one of the summer’s finest goody bags when the sale concludes. Super Saturday 17 is scheduled for Saturday, July 26 from noon to 6 p.m. at Nova’s Ark Project in Water Mill. Tickets are on sale now. More details will be revealed closer to the date. Keep an eye on ocrf.org for news and updates.

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Openings”) Vactioners will be able to purchase tickets to Riverhead’s Long Island Aquarium and Splish Splash waterpark, among other area attractions. LULLANEST, a new premium baby merchandise boutique is opening doors this summer on Main Street in East Hampton Take a peek at lullanest.com.


There’s a new retail boutique at Sole East: SUNBARTH. Located in the lobby, Sunbarth carries men’s swimwear, resort wear and accessories. Shop and then enjoy Sole East’s famous jazz and bossa nova Sunday brunches. 90 Second House Road, Montauk. Call 631-668-2105 or visit soleeast.com.


LETARTE, the Maui-based label best known for its elite design of swim swimwear, cover-ups and beachto-street sportswear, is coming to Jobs Lane in Southampton. Mahalo! Visit letarteswimwear.com.





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It’s not all the time that local Hamptons shopping news makes national headlines, but all the buzz in the months leading up to summer was over the Kardashians coming to the Hamptons to open a Dash pop-up. We’re still waiting to see where Dash will pop up! dashboutiqueclothing.com.





East Hampton’s Marin Monteith has opened SAIL THERAPY for summer 2014. The platform is a classic 33-foot sailboat with charters and lessons out of Three Mile Harbor. Sailing is a therapeutic activity and learning to sail should be a comfortable and enjoyable experience. Call 803-920-4468 or visit cosmosailtherapy.com for details.

For up-to-the-minute shopping news and all the latest business openings across the East End all summer long, read “Shop ’Til You Drop” every week in Dan’s Papers and at DansPapers.com.




VINEYARD VINES moved from Main Street and is now located at 54 Jobs Lane in Southampton, offering preppy classics for men and women. New for Summer 2014 is the Gingham Tucker Shirt and South Shore Harbor Shirt in a soft, breezy palette for men and some very cute eyelet dresses for women. Call 631-283-4602 or visit vineyardvines.com.


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the scoop on 2014 Hamptons Swimwear Trends by Sharon Feiereisen

What are the go-to colors for Summer 2014? Are they the same for ready-to-wear as swimwear? Black, white, cornflower blue, hot pink, metallic gold, mint green, navy blue, orange, sea green and sunshine yellow are the key swimwear colors for Spring/Summer ’14. There is definite crossover from ready-to-wear styles with hot pink, orange, sunshine yellow, navy, black and white. There will always be crossover and commonalities with swimwear adopting some of the brighter and more vibrant tones within the same color family.    What cuts do you foresee being popular this season IN swimwear?  In terms of two-piece styles, we are forecasting the halter strap bandeau, floaty cropped tops, underwire bra tops, frilly and high-waisted briefs, and low-cut bottoms being popular this season. Additionally, one-piece silhouettes continue to gain momentum with retro crisscross halter tops,  cutout waist styles, mesh paneled sport styles, and basic scoop necks.

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Are there colors that will never go out of style? Yes, black, white and navy are always core colors for swim and readyto-wear.    Are there any swimwear designers Hamptonites should keep their eyes on?  Absolutely, some designers gaining in popularity in the U.S. are Triangl, Zimmermann, Seafolly and White Sands.  Get the latest shopping news at DansPapers.com.

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Swimsuit season is here, so we turned to Worth Global Style Network (WGSN), a worldwide leader in fashion trend forecasting, to find out everything you need to know. Here Jaclyn Jones, senior womenswear editor, and Matt Feniger, menswear editor, share their expert opinions. Jones and Feniger reveal that “twice each year the WGSN color team collaborates with international color experts to create the WGSN palette that forecasts approximately two years ahead. Throughout the season we further breakdown the color trends into regional color palettes, and category color palettes. Specifically, palettes that will work well in the U.S. for women’s, juniors, men’s, etc. To determine these trends, we look everywhere from catwalks, to tradeshows, art exhibits, street style and festivals for emerging trends, pattern, color, fabric and styling direction. We then try to connect the dots to find commonalities across the board.” The youth market tends to drive many of the trends and is truly redefining the industry. They are young and not afraid to take risks in terms of styling, color and print, and they are also connected to social media and are informing how retailers market and influence this younger generation. A lot of what millennials are wearing to the beach (and everywhere else) is impacting the entire market.

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Summer is here! But if your beach bod isn’t quite what you want it to be, the East End has a number of gyms guaranteed to whip you into shape. Here’s what’s new for summer 2014. Spin junkies hold on to your handrails—Peloton Pro is coming to Main Street East Hampton at 53 Main Street. Their sleek, black bikes, which you buy to use at home, come equipped with a tablet that connects via the internet to a broadcastquality production studio—simulating a class for the at-home spinner. The instructors can interact with users spinning at home, calling them out during live classes. Bike owners can compete over social media. Visit pelotoncycle.com for more information. Ananda Wellness and Yoga is ready for the first summer in their new location at 39 Windmill Lane in Southampton. Offering daily yoga classes with a variety of instructors, Ananda also provides expertise in private yoga, children’s yoga, chiropractic care with Dr. Andrew Cohen, DC (hamptonsfamilychiropractor. com), spiritual counseling, retreats and workshops. 631-204-1219 or visit anandawellnessyoga.com. Finding time to practice or begin yoga can be a challenge. Blue Bug Yoga brings the studio to you. Practice in the comfort of your own home or yard (or beach!) at your convenience. Making time for yoga shouldn’t be stressful. All levels welcome from beginner to advanced. Call 631-365-1836, visit bluebugyoga.com or email sheckertyoga@gmail.com for details. DansPapers.com

Elements Fitness Studio has opened a new location in East Hampton at 66 Newtown Lane, Suite 11. Elements Fitness specializes in barre fitness, dance cardio and cardio boxing classes. The East Hampton location will soon offer a new, innovative cycle class featuring core stabilization and cardio conditioning exercises. Visit elementsfitnessstudio.com or call 631-604-5445 for more information and to book classes. As a dear friend reminded me, “If you don’t squeeze your glutes, no one else will.” Sign up for SoulCycle now. SoulCycle is located where Blockbuster used to be, at 760 Montauk Highway in Water Mill. Call 631-324-6610 or visit soul-cycle.com for class schedules, pricing and more. New to Hampton Bays, MARVILfit is the latest in high-end indoor cycling and fitness. Located at 101-3 West Montauk Highway in the Hamlet Green shopping center, MARVILfit will be the first studio on Long Island to use Spinner Blade Ion bikes. The rider’s pedaling powers the bike and a computer system built in to the bikes are ANT+ compatible which allows the rider to download performance data to a smartphone. The studio will also feature biodegradable equipment wipes and recycled rubber flooring (both made in the USA), LED lighting and energy star flat screens. Call 631-697-3823 or visit marvilfit.com to book classes and bike times Norma Jean Pilates in Sag Harbor opened last year under the deft guidance of owner Haley Schmitz

Thorpe. This pleasant Pilates studio, now located above the UPS Store on Division Street, will soon move to Sag Harbor’s Main Street. Glamorous Norma Jean Pilates, reflecting the grace and glamor of Marilyn Monroe, has made it its mission to create a community focused on empowerment. For more info, visit normajeanpilates.com or call 631-808-3131. Coming soon to Sag Harbor: New York’s AKT! AKT combines cardio, strength training, toning and stretching in one high-energy session. Classes will be held every Saturday and Sunday at the Sag Harbor Gym, 1 Bay Street. Visit aktinmotion.com to sign up. Uptown Pilates in Sag Harbor will be offering group classes this summer for the first time ever. With a team of dedicated instructors, Uptown Pilates strives to define the principles of Classical Pilates. For more info, visit Uptown Pilates,126 Main St., Sag Harbor, call 631-725-5994 or visit uptownpilates.com.

OF COURSE, in addition to new studios, the East End is home to a plethora of established gyms and studios. Check out the ones below: AERIAL FITNESS AND HOT YOGA STUDIO in Riverhead strives to energize and balance your body in a supportive and challenging environment. Classes include TRX, kettle bells, warrior ropes, aerial yoga and more. Aerial Fitness also offers standup paddleboard yoga on Sundays at Rumba in Hampton SUMMER 2014 | 99

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Bays. More info at aerialfitnesshotyoga.com or call 631-591-3474. With a studio in East Hampton, Erika Bloom Pilates offers classical Pilates as well as yoga, acupuncture, cardio coaching and holistic health counseling. Check out the studio at 66 Newtown Lane or contact them at erikabloompilates.com. They will also be offering classes at Lululemon, 35 Main Street, East Hampton. Call 631-324-4192 or visit lululemon.com/easthampton/easthampton for additional information.

The Giving Room in Southold offers Vinyasa yoga classes for all levels, as well as zumba. In the spirit of improving overall wellness, The Giving Room also hosts meditation and spiritual study. The Giving Room’s specialty yoga classes include couples yoga and photography yoga. Check out the organic juice bar and healthfood shop, open seven days. More info at givingroom.net, 631-765-6670. Visit the studio at 56215 Main Road, Southold. Offering hot yoga and Vinyasa yoga, Hamptons Hot Yoga in Bridgehampton and HOT’TAUK in Montauk,

are dedicated to stressing personal attention and offering classes for all levels with the goal of energizing and revitalizing all aspects of the body and well-being. Enjoy Bikram yoga and hot vinyasa. More info at hamptonshotyoga.com or call 631-537-9642. The philosophy of IN Balance Pilates Studio at 34 West Water Street in Sag Harbor is to give each student personal and professional attention. The studio offers small group tower, reformer and mat classes in addition to individual and semiprivate instruction. In-home workouts are also available upon request. Find more information at inbalancestudio.com, call 631-725-8282. Find more places good for the body, mind and spirit at DansPapers.com.

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by Sharon Feiereisen


rotecting your skin with sunscreen is a year-round must. As the temperatures rise, however, it becomes all the more imperative. More skin is exposed to the sun and for longer periods. With so many sunscreens lining beauty counters, it’s hard to know which ones to trust. We spoke with Hampton Sun president/owner Salvatore Piazzolla of Southampton and highly regarded New York City–based dermatologist Dr. Lance H. Brown to find out more about the importance of summertime skin protection and this line of luxury skin-care products.

Why is it important that people wear SPF year-round?

What about Hampton Sun do you find particularly appealing?

Dr. Lance Brown: You’re exposed to sun 365 days a year and you need to protect yourself year-round to reduce your lifetime total sun exposure. One does not have to be sunbathing to receive a damaging dose of the sun’s rays. Up to 40% of the sun’s UV rays still reach the earth on a cloudy day.

LB: They include several technical advancements attributed to Polycrylene, a unique and novel ingredient that helps enhance SPF strength and improve water-resistance, while meeting the current FDA sunscreen requirement. The sun’s rays are powerful enough to compromise many sunscreens’ active ingredients, causing those sunscreens to quickly lose efficacy. Polycrylene is a photostabilizer that allows Hampton Sun to maintain maximum UVA and UVB protection. As a dermatologic surgeon, every day I counsel patients on the medical and antiaging benefits associated with protecting one’s skin from the sun. I recommend this product for its broad spectrum strength, supple feel on the skin and ease of application, which encourages regular use.

Can you tell us about some of your latest products? Salvatore Piazzolla: Our brand is constantly evolving and expanding. This year, we’re excited to announce the launches of two fabulous products: an SPF 45 all-natural Tear-Free Sunscreen formulated especially for babies and a glamorous new commitment-free Airbrush Bronzing Mist.

What are your perennial bestsellers? SP: Favorites include the SPF 35 Luxe Sport Continuous Mist, SPF 4 Sun Tanning Oil and Hydrating Aloe Mist. Another go-to favorite is our signature scent Privet Bloom.

What are some areas that are commonly forgotten when people apply sunscreen? LP: Lips, ears, back of the neck, scalp, hands, and feet.

How should sunscreen be applied if you are also layering on other skincare products? LB: There is some debate over this question. But I recommend that sunscreen be applied under other skincare products. Applying the sunscreen first is thought to be the best, as there is some concern that other products may dilute the sunscreen, inhibiting it from making direct contact with our skin. If you must apply other products in addition to sunscreen, it is best to use ones that include sunscreen as well.

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his summer, decorate your home with work from East End artisans. Long a haven for creative minds, the East End also boasts a number of craftsmen who design and create one-of-a-kind pieces for Hamptons living.

Southampton lighting designer and Steampunk icon Art Donovan continues to push the envelope with his Victorian-inspired techno creations. His illuminated designs run the gamut of genres and styles, but Donovan has become world famous for his unique Steampunk pieces, often created from found objects, antiques and some of the most cutting-edge technology available. The artist’s work has been shown around the globe, including two major Steampunk shows he curated in Oxford, England and Seoul, South Korea. He has also written two books on the subject and, with his wife Leslie, has a line of marine-grade lighting (Sage Marine) for oceanside locations, boat staterooms, yachts and other seafaring vessels. Visit donovandesign.com. Celebrated Springs-based craftsman James DeMartis wears many hats, from artist to blacksmith. He has developed a unique set of skills as a sculptor and designer, and his experiences as an artist are varied, from exhibiting in art galleries to a stint working on the production of the recent film Noah. (He built the big metal stove shown in that epic.) With a long history working as a blacksmith, he uses a coal forge in his Springs DansPapers.com

studio in order to create metal works from wrought iron. He also works in copper, zinc, stainless steel, brass, bronze and aluminum. DeMartis values the simplicity and precision of working with hand tools, and creates one-of-akind works of art from commissioned pieces to stair rails, gates, table bases and other furniture. DeMartis even uses a specific type of West Virginian coal that he hand selects because he feels it heats to the perfect temperature. In addition to his commissioned art pieces, DeMartis continues his work in the blacksmith trade for the Wheelwright Shop in Bridgehampton and Parson’s Forge in Springs. Visit jamesdemartis.com. On the North Fork, Peconic’s John Mehrman has made a second career out of handcrafting furniture and home goods from reclaimed wood. Working with old pieces of timber, some of which come from old East End barns, or rough sawn lumber (“green” wood), Mehrman creates tables, benches, cabinets and other items that work in both country and city homes. His work is in high demand at White Flower Farm House in Southold. He credits White Flower Farm House’s Lori Guyer for her ability to scout out raw or recycled materials and then bring them to him with an idea, or with just a simple desire to see them made into something more. A math teacher for 30 years, Mehrman always had an interest in woodworking. “I’ve done a lot of work with my head and my hands all my life,” he says. That includes building his Peconic house with his wife. Visit facebook. com/pages/White-Flower-Farmhouse SUMMER 2014 | 103

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ver wonder what the interior of a Hamptons mansion looks like? You’re not alone. In fact, there are so many people eager to get a peek inside that Showhouse events have taken off all over the place. The Hampton Designer Showhouse, now in its 14th year, is an important annual showcase for America’s premier design talent, and even more importantly it raises funds for Southampton Hospital at the same time. It’s a win-win, and that’s probably why it has become one of the most popular features of summertime in the Hamptons. This year’s Showhouse is a new shingle-style mansion in Bridgehampton, a luxurious showcase that has been generously provided by Paramount Homes of the Hamptons, Inc. And just as in previous years, a who’s who of world-class interior designers and decorative artists, more than 25 in all, have been invited to put their stamp on the rooms and exteriors. The 2014 Hampton Designer Showhouse is presented by Traditional Home magazine, and the television sponsor is NBC’s Open House. Mario Buatta is this year’s honorary chairman, while Jamie Drake and Alexa Hampton are the honorary design co-chairs. As you tour each area of the home, you’ll be able to have the specific designers right there with you, in the very rooms they’ve created…assuming, of course, that you have a smartphone. “We’re continuing a feature we introduced last year which gives people a QR label for all of the rooms located inside of our Showhouse Journal,” Hamptons Designer Showhouse producer Tony Manning explains. “The recorded talks will be three-minute introductions and explanations by the designer who created the room, and it will feel like the designer is standing in the room with you.”

Another great aspect of the Hampton Designer Showhouse for 2014 is the fact that it’s centrally located in Bridgehampton. “It’s very accessible for people from all over the East End,” Manning says. “That and, of course, that it is beautiful there.” The 2014 Hampton Designer Showhouse opens with a Gala Preview Cocktail Party at the Showhouse in Bridgehampton on Saturday, July 19, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and will be open to the public from Sunday, July 20 through Labor Day, September 1. Showhouse hours will be as follows: Monday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission to the Showhouse is $35 and includes the “Showhouse Journal.” Gala tickets are $225 each. Children under six, infants, strollers and pets are not allowed in the Showhouse. For more information about The Hampton Designer Showhouse visit hamptondesignershowhouse.com or call 631-745-0004.

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5 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Cook on the Grill

by Stacy Dermont

You know, the best place to cook that high-quality steak is in the great outdoors, surrounded by nature, beer in hand. It’s not just “a guy thing.” The grill adds a touch of caveman umami like nothing else. And staring into the flames soothes the suburban soul. But what if you’re not that into meat? Or maybe you just want to change things up and impress your friends at your next dinner party. Here are five things you probably didn’t

know you could cook on the grill. You can easily “Google up” detailed recipes for these items—just look for the ones with the most stars (and the fewset horror stories) and you’ll have those guests begging for seconds.

2. Casserole

4. Soup

This is what heavy-duty foil is for—wrap up a bunch of sliced potatoes and onions, some shredded cheese and two squirts of Worcestershire for “Campfire Potatoes.”

No joke, just pointing out that almost anything you can put in an expendable pot can be heated up on your grill top—like your morning oatmeal or a batch of mulled wine to take the chill off of the evening.

3. Chocolate Cake

1. Lettuce Who ever said that is always needs to be served cold? Take a hearty variety like Romaine, slice it in half lengthwise, grill it lightly and dress it with vinaigrette.

The ooey-gooey, flourless kind. This is for gas grills, not charcoal, because you’ll want to avail yourself of some indirect heat. Don’t use the grill to melt the chocolate initially—it’s too easy to scorch it.

5. Pizza C’mon, it’s a thing. How cool is it to roast your veggies and sausage and then put them directly onto your pie?

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Feel Like Home Whether you prefer a seaside cottage, oceanfront mansion or village charmer, each option will provide exceptional amenities and—hopefully—all the comforts of home. Or home away from home. For those who like to add a little of their own personalized touch, there are four simple steps that can easily create the perfect summer oasis in no time.

Step One: Décor Personal style can be accomplished by bringing in a few tabletop family photos; a collection of books (summer reads, coffee table, photography, etc.) and the use of throw pillows or a favorite blanket/cashmere throw can create a sense of warmth. Bright colors and summer-themed prints are very popular.

Step Two: Scents


enneth Yerves, Builder and owner of Montauk Homes LLC. has moved west to Main Street in Bridgehampton, NY

In 2005 Yerves moved his office from central Long Island to Montauk and branded the company name, Montauk Homes, LLC. His reputation quickly spread as a high quality east end home builder and designer with over 33 years of experience in the industry. In April, 2013, Yerves started construction on a beautiful 6,600 square foot home, located on a four acre sub division on Main Street, Amagansett called Amagansett Estates. Its proximity to town drew attention to his talents as a builder and design professional, which lead to his latest project in Bridgehampton. “It was the middle of the winter, and I was walking through town to the Bridgehampton Hardware Store, when I saw a ‘for rent’ sign on a quaint storefront. I knew instantly this is where I want to be! I’ve always loved Bridgehampton and now people can meet me and see what I have to offer.”

“Stop in for a cup of coffee and chat”

Certain scents like vanilla and lavender can help with relaxation and sleep, while other scents like ocean breeze, fresh linen and citrus offer an awakening aroma. Fresh cut flowers of all kinds are a fabulous way to make your rental welcoming. Whether you like to put flowers in one room or every room in the house, it’s always a nice touch. Potted herbs like rosemary, basil and sage are perfect options for any kitchen. Arrange a fresh bowl of apples, pears, bananas and citrus to create an appealing look and great fragrance.

Step Three: Linens, Towels and Tablecloths If you make certain not to clash with the home’s original décor, a bit of updating with the use of colors and prints can give a room a different and more intimate appeal. A set of your favorite sheets or beach towels is a plus, while tablecloths and placemats for indoor and outdoor use will contribute to a cozy dining experience.

Step Four: Outdoor Extras Tiki torches, pool games, water fun (floats, waterslides, sprinkler games) or your favorite beach chair are just a few simple enhancements.

The new office is located at 2462 Main Street, store #4, Bridgehampton where his projects are on display. For information on any and all types of home remodeling, renovations or new construction call 631-907-4403 for an appt.

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East End real estate experts and insiders share outlooks, advice and insights for what should be one hot summer season on the home front


re we there yet? It’s a question that has been on everyone’s mind since 2008, the destination being the real estate market heights that the Hamptons enjoyed before the economic downturn that took the industry, like so many others, for a ride. Now, six years later, signs are suggesting that we’re back as we head into Summer 2014. “I’m not a statistics guy, but I will tell you that prices are definitely back,” says Gary DePersia, Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker with The Corcoran Group. “I don’t think there were any bigger prices then than we have now. We’ve had benchmark sales over the last four, five, six months, even before that, for properties that in 2007, at the height of the market, might not have achieved those levels. And demand is certainly there. To me, it’s as busy now as it ever was at the height of the market. Now, that’s not to say that there aren’t pockets of the market that aren’t doing as well or the numbers are the same, but prices are definitely back—and in some cases, higher.” The positive industry vibe is hard to ignore. “It’s going to be the biggest season ever,” prognosticates Jeffry Collé as he enters his 36th year as one of the leading design-builders of luxury estates the East End. “This summer is going to be incredible. I’ve been plugged into the Hamptons real estate scene for three-anda-half decades, and I’ve never seen anything like the level of interest I’m seeing in the market right now.” He is not alone in that sentiment, as enthusiasm for a strong summer and big year overall for the East End real estate market is being driven by a number of factors. Wall Street bonuses are up in double-digit percentages, bigger than they’ve been in seven years. The harsh winter is finally in the rearview mirror and would-be buyers and renters are emerging in growing numbers. First-quarter reports showed growth in home sales and prices and impressive movement on higher-priced properties on the North Fork and in the Hamptons. Six years removed from the crash of 2008, the market appears poised for a major move. “There is a lot of confidence in the high end, and that spreads throughout the market. Land is hard to come by. It’s about supply and demand. There’s not much left in waterfront. Once the inventory is depleted, prices will go up. I’m telling people to buy now.” —Susan Breitenbach, Senior Vice President, The Corcoran Group


“The real estate market throughout the Hamptons will be strong. The overall market in New York has been rising, and since the weather has turned, we are getting more foot traffic for different properties. There have been a lot of rentals already and the number of rentals will continue to increase. Buyers, sellers and renters should be aware that activity for all has now increased. The rental market is now very active, with residences getting ready for the impending season, even as a lot of people are looking to both buy and sell. The market is hot, and there is a lot of action going on at all price points.” —Harald Grant, Senior Global Real Estate Advisor, Associate Broker, Sotheby’s International Realty “Properties moving faster. We are seeing the arrival of some inventory that has been sitting waiting for the market to change and is now at a price that will work for the sellers and buyers. Also, hearing the sound of hammers as developers pick up land and start new projects—the Hamptons is seeing construction and home renovations return to levels not seen for a few years.” —Maz Crotty, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, Nest Seekers International “The outlook is very positive. I think because of the long winter we’ve had, there is a pent-up demand to be in the Hamptons. There is a definite upswing in houses going into contract in a shorter period of time.” —John Christopher, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker, Brown Harris Stevens of the Hamptons, LLC “The market continues its upward momentum. The median price of a home on the East End in the first quarter of 2014 was up 15.7% from the same quarter in 2013. The average price increase was up 40.7% with total dollar volume up 27.1%. The market is the strongest I have seen it in years. The existing inventory is being absorbed at a record pace. There is nothing on the horizon to forecast any change. As long as interest rates remain at historic lows and the stock market continues to be stable, our residential market will prosper.” —Alan J. Schnurman, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker, Saunders & Associates “The Hamptons real estate market is a second-home diversified market. Buyers are looking to optimize their investment in something tangible for a future return and/or to avoid capital gains taxes. The Hamptons is part of the tri-state area, SUMMER 2014 | 109

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which is appealing to foreign investors and helps fuel the Hamptons rental market. Today’s buyer wants to enjoy what they are investing in, and a second home in the Hamptons is appealing. Where else can you be so close to Manhattan and have ocean beaches?” —Janice Hayden, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker, Halstead Property

looking for the last good deal in all price points. If this first part of the year is any indication of business, it is going to be one great year for real estate.” —Theresa Eurell, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, Town & Country Real Estate

“The Montauk market has gained a lot in popularity—it is very much sought-after and there is a greater demand than supply. Take areas like Ditch Plains; when houses come on the market they sell quickly, and there is a scarcity of buildable lots. We expect to see people continue to buy pre-existing homes that are dated and take them down to build newer homes on the same site.” —John and Nancy Keeshan, Licensed Real Estate Brokers, Keeshan Realty

“I’m noticing more inquiries are coming from people east of the canal who have had enough of the traffic jams and spending hours trying to get to their homes. We are approximately 70 miles from New York City, and the Armonk area. We are still less expensive, with lots of conveniences. We are fun, with our beautiful beach towns, far from an extension of Madison Avenue.” —Lynn November, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker, Douglas Elliman

“Home sales have been very busy. We have seen bidding wars on properties under $1 million. Anything that comes on the market in this price point goes very quickly. Commercial business is hot as well: both sales and restaurant rentals. All areas [of Montauk] are busy, but of course Ditch Plains and Hither Hills take first place. Buyers and renters always prefer being close to the beaches or homes with a water view. We all have buyers

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“Now that the tundra of snow is gone, the buyers are out and calling. Inventory is shrinking. The disconnect between buyers and sellers is in the past. We are on our way to a very healthy increase in sales going forward this year and beyond. The Hamptons lifestyle is alive and well.” —Beau Hulse, Licensed Real Estate Broker, Beau Hulse Realty Group, Inc.

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“This winter took a toll, naturally, and people did not want to come out, but that is changing now. The market is quite strong, as there are plenty of wealthy people who want to find the right property—for sale or rent. All houses between $1 million and $5 million get snapped up. The price range that was almost untouched was $9 million to $15 million, but that is changing. On the very high end, some extraordinary moves have been seen, and the sky’s the limit.” —Beate Moore, Senior Global Real Estate Advisor, Associate Broker, Sotheby’s International Realty “Summer of 2014 is just around the corner and the real estate market is feeling it. It was a bit delayed getting going due to the weather conditions this winter preventing people from getting out here to ‘shop’ and also making it difficult to prepare houses to be ready for the market. In the past month, there has been a great deal of activity getting new inventory listed and market ready. Buyer interest and activity has also taken a rapid upward turn. It seems the enthusiasm and activity among both buyers and sellers is increasing by the week.” —Donielle Cardinale, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty

“The market is back. Look at the price of land. Over in Sagaponack, an acre of land is trading for $5 million. Prices are up from just six months ago. People are buying, and that drives the market up. People are feeling good about buying, they’re not saying, ‘Oh, I’ll wait and see,’ because there’s an incentive now. And that incentive is that in two months, the price is going to be $200,000 more!” —Steve Pryzby, Vice President, Farrell Building Company “Buyers, the market is perfect—dive in. Interest rates are at record lows, prices remain favorable, but inventory is dwindling. Sellers, select the right professional to guide you through the process. It’s on the Top 10 most stressful life events— your professional should be able to price you strategically based on comparable sales, position your home through innovative marketing, and lastly they should be able to advise you as to how to best present your home—declutter, paint, curb appeal, staging, etc. Tenants: Your greatest value is in a full-season rental— this takes out weather variables, other commitments and always allows for social schedules with friends and families, but the big question is…What are you waiting for? If you have any interest in investing in real estate, there’s no better place and no better time than the present.” —Judi Desiderio, CEO, Town & Country Real Estate

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estled between the North and South Forks of Long Island is the beautiful town of Shelter Island. This 27-square-mile island was home to some of the earliest seafaring settlers and refugees looking for freedom in the New World. Shelter Island is a wonderful time capsule of architecture that has managed to maintain a large portion of its early architectural history. There are only two ways to get onto Shelter Island with a car. One is from Greenport on the North Fork, and the second is from the South Fork through the Village of North Haven. From the south, the 10-minute ferry ride between Noyack Bay and Sag Harbor Bay will bring you to the beginning of Ferry Road. Drive north up the hill toward the center of the Island. On your way, you will see many fine examples of traditional architecture, passing such homes as the Havens House. The home was built in 1743 for James Havens, who was a sea captain and patriot. The house served

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as the post office, school, town hall and tavern at various times in the early years of the Island. It is now home to the Shelter Island Historical Society and is worth a visit. The Shelter Island Heights area is the highest point on the Island and it contains the seat of the local government. There are many choices to make from this vantage point. You can continue driving north down to the harbor at Shelter Island Heights and view the many fine whaling captains’ homes on Sunnyside Drive, which overlook the sea. I highly recommend a stay at the historic Chequit Inn and a stroll along the grassy triangle between Grand Avenue and Waverly Place to see all the summer cottages, such as Stoutenborough’s cottage, built in 1895. This summer home was one of many colorful authentic cottages clustered together in a camp meeting fashion. These early homes were without kitchens, and a communal meal was held at “The Kitchen” nearby. You can head west up New York Avenue

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The Ranches at Eastport. New Single Family Homes - Gated Community. Priced from $579,990. Lowest taxes in the area starting at $5,200. Looking for an East End lifestyle without the loooong commute? Look no further (or farther!) than The Ranches at Eastport. It’s luxury, lakefront living in a gated community well within reach of the city — and your budget. The homes are gorgeous — granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and wonderfully detailed wood trim are all available. The lots are spacious, and the community is full of extras: The Ranches at Eastport 56 Hamptons Court Drive, Eastport Off Sunrise Highway, North Service Road Just West of Exit 62

rolling manicured grounds, a scenic lake and ponds, tennis and bocce courts, a clubhouse with heated pool, fitness center and more. A modest association fee covers all ground maintenance year-round. Never rake or shovel again! It’s high living with low taxes in the Eastport/South Manor School District. Does the term “no brainer” come to mind…? Visit The Ranches at Eastport.

Open Daily: Call On-Site Sales Office 631.325.2500 www.theranchesateastport.com

The Perfect Time. The Perfect Place.

The Perfect Lifestyle. The Clubhouse opens Memorial Day weekend †

Pool • Tennis • Clubhouse • Fitness Center • Concierge Service

Villas from $1,095,000 / Townhomes from $ 1,590,000*

The Clubhouse

(800) 401-0621 | Open daily 10-6 BishopsPondSV.com 140 South Magee Street, Southampton, NY

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Complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from the Sponsor. CD12-0074, CD13-0131, CD13-0202. *Price and availability subject to change without notice. † Please contact our sales team for details.





NEW WATERFRONT TOWNHOUSE COMMUNITY Ocean Watch at Harbor Pointe, nestle between Merrick and Freeport is designed in the best of taste for maximum comfort, style and convenience. Situated on the second floor, the main living area provides unobstructed water views with expansive great rooms, well appointed master bedroom suites and thoughtfully designed kitchens. Conveniently located by beaches, parks, shops, and country clubs. • BOAT SLIPS ARE INCLUDED UP TO 60’








Models open daily


DOREEN TETA, Lic. R.E. Salesperson | O 516.608.8888 | C 516.581.7652


it’s a new world... there’s a better way to build new construction www.1clintonavenue.com private 2.5 acre / east hampton / 3300+ sf finished walk-out lower level 5 br / 4.5 bath / state-of-the-art green / healthier indoor air quality / low running costs triple glazed european windows / luxury finishes + fixtures + appliances / heated gunite pool close to shopping + village + marinas + beaches property accommodates pool house + tennis

Contact us to tour a New World Home® and learn more about this exciting, next generation housing solution

116 North Sea Road Southampton N Y



preserving vintage barns and antique building materials... reclaimed + repurposed + recycled authentic barn frames / beams flooring / tables / built-ins modern green barns + conversions PERFECT FOR:

architects + interior designers custom builders + homeowners commercial buildings Call us for a more info + quotes Visit our new showroom (by appointment) NEW WORLD BARN® 116 North Sea Road Southampton, NY 631.353.3530


pick the right agent

We are in the midst of a very active market and the right representation makes all the difference. If you are considering buying, selling or renting a home, contact Meg today to help you achieve your real estate objectives.

Meg Salem

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson as Margaret A. Salem Cell: (917)

545-3893 | MSalem@Saunders.com

www.MegSalem.com 2287

montauk highway, bridgehampton

“Sau n d e rs, A H i gh e r Form o f Re a l ty,� i s reg i s tered i n th e U . S . Pa te n t a n d Tr a d e m a r k O f fic e . E qu al Hou sing Opport u nit y.

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Brand New Jaguar


MSRP $70,145

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Jaguar of Great Neck

732 Northern Blvd Great Neck 516-482-5500


Lease: 39 month lease with $0 down plus, 1st payment & $0 security deposit, $795 bank fee., tax & reg fees. Primary bank approval. 7.5k miles per yr.,. 30 cents per mile thereafter. Must have excellent credit (750 + Credit Score ) . Subject to primary lender approval. Consumer must mention or produce the ad to obtain the price advertised. Advertised prices include incentive based on lease ending within the next 6 months. See dealer for complete details. Expires 6-30-2014.

We’ ve Sold More Jaguars Than Anyone In The World, Since 1938.

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