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“The first time I went to the Hamptons was for my one-year anniversary with my husband. We stayed at a little inn in Sag Harbor, and we just explored. It was all so charming and beautiful; I was so excited to be in a place that had always seemed so elusive to me. “I’m inspired by the style
of entertaining and the décor. Because I’m constantly on the lookout for what’s fashionable, it’s a great atmosphere to be around—that vastness, the roadside markets, the little farmers markets, even just the different towns. Each town has its own distinct style. If I go to Amagansett,
it feels so bohemian and new-age, whereas East Hampton is an Upper East Side-meets-the-beach vibe. Montauk is cool and hip and young. “I keep falling deeper in love with the area. Every time I go, I discover something new. There’s always something I’ve never seen
or that I’ve come to appreciate in a different way. “There’s a natural beauty that, believe it or not, is distinct to the Hamptons. Everything is done with such warmth and style. Each time I leave, I take that home with me. You won’t find it anywhere else.” fortuneinspired.com
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Loïc Gouzer and Alex Rotter of Christie’s kick back in the Hamptons.
Guests get the most out of Hero Beach Club thanks to a new app.
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SCENE 45 // GOING TWICE Christie’s art stars Loïc Gouzer and Alex Rotter take to the East End for a much-needed hideaway from the high-stakes auction world.
46 // SEA CHANGE Chef Michael Chernow’s Montauk-in-the-city seafood spot nets an actual Montauk outpost, Seamore’s at the Breakers.
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The Chequit on Shelter Island offers a stylish escape—from your vacation!
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Escaping the Hamptons may seem silly, but maybe you have your reasons—or maybe you need a reason. Shelter Island has a perfect one.
After years of baking up a storm in Amagansett, artisanal bread maker, baker, and pastry chef Carissa Waechter warms up East Hampton with her first brick-and-mortar bakery.
Sotheby’s S|2 Gallery director and Amagansett native Nicholas Cinque brings his art savvy to Guild Hall.
A night in the Hamptons is a tap away, and once you’re here, so is your heart’s desire.
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Taking a page from his new book Rocco’s Healthy & Delicious, Rocco DiSpirito turns to his own garden and the Hamptons’ endless bounty to create good-for-you summer dishes.
A trove of global treasures awaits at designer Stephanie von Watzdorf’s boho boutique.
54 // TAKE FIVE East Hampton’s Guild Hall has a friend in gallerist and philanthropist Nicholas Cinque.
72 // NEUTRAL TERRITORY Classic feminine shapes stand out as a fresh source of style this summer in soft, natural tones that go with everything.
74 // GRAND EXPANSIONS 56 // 7 SUPERB SCRIBES The East Hampton Library’s Authors Night is one of the summer’s most anticipated benefits. We spotlight seven of this year’s writers. 10 HAMPTONS-MAGAZINE.COM
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CONTENTS FEATURES 80 // BRING IT ON, BALDWIN! From his unwavering support of the Hamptons International Film Festival to his enlightening performances at Guild Hall, Alec Baldwin frankly owns the East End cultural scene. Meet the maker of your summer plans.
Man about town: Alec Baldwin’s commitment to the East End runs deep, supporting numerous local organizations.
84 // ROCK THE BOAT Embody the spirit of the high seas in high style. With nautical notes, clean lines, and shades of radiant red, stark white, and bold blue, these are the new yacht classics.
88 // POWER OF THE PRESIDENTS Running some of the most formidable institutions on the East End, these leaders provide stellar programming for our community.
94 // HOOK, LINE & SINKER Some may think the East End’s fishing community is in deep water, but a dedicated few are reeling in fresh ideas to preserve an iconic tradition.
SPACE 101 // PARADISE FOUND
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112 // THE GOLD STANDARD Are you familiar with the North Shore—aka Long Island’s Gold Coast? Our panel of local experts reveals why you should be.
116 // INSIDE THE BOX Celebrity designer Ross Cassidy breathes new life into beach interiors via functional minimalism.
118 // TOP QUOGUE With increasing diversification in the Hamptons, real estate expert and Quogue resident Marcia Altman has one thing on her mind…
THE SOURCE 123 // STYLE. SCENE. SPACE. Your essential guide to fab dining, shopping, and living out East.
THE END 152 // BEST VET
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When you get the call to work with Alec Baldwin, you stop everything. Truly, that’s what happens. You breathe for a second—and then get to work. I received the call on a Friday and we were off to a photo shoot and interview the following Monday. We move very quickly here at Hamptons magazine. Alec has long supported cultural institutions on the East End, such as the East Hampton Library and Guild Hall, where he was photographed for the cover of this issue. He works tirelessly for our community and is extraordinarily passionate about Guild Hall, as well as the Hamptons International Film Festival, both of which he talks to us in depth about in “Bring It On, Baldwin!” (page 80). This issue is filled to the brim with many of my favorite people: Jessica Soffer interviews Carissa Waechter of Carissa’s The Bakery—who just opened one of the chicest shops in East Hampton; we talk to Michael Chernow of Seamore’s in the recently reopened Breakers; Stephanie von Watzdorf helps us express our bohemian side with Figue; and Ariane and Max Goldman walk us through their East Hampton home. Speaking of beautiful homes, after the East Hampton Library’s highly anticipated Authors Night, which takes place on the library’s grounds on Saturday from 5 to 7:30 pm, Hamptons magazine has an exclusive dinner planned where we will celebrate a number of the authors who have spent the day signing copies of their books under the tents. This year we honor Annie Falk, Laurie Gelman, Alex Guarnaschelli, Marissa Hermer, Robyn Lea, Jessica Siskin, and Elizabeth Vargas. Turn to page 56 for one-on-one interviews with each of them. Whether you attend the event at the library or join one of the private dinners around East Hampton, be sure to check out AuthorsNight.org to see how you can get involved.
top: Ohhhh, you fun lady! Lucy Sykes Rellie and I toasting her novel Fitness Junkie at Alice + Olivia in Southampton. above: With Brett Heyman of Edie Parker at her East Hampton Intermix pop-up with Intermix’s senior director of brand marketing, Tracey Lomrantz Lester.
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We’re in the thick of it this weekend, as we support so many causes and events. So get good, comfortable shoes on and get ready to celebrate the things that make our community great! Reading, collecting books, and sharing knowledge have always been passions of mine. Hamptons magazine has long sponsored an event I am particularly proud to be part of: East Hampton Library’s Authors Night, happening this Saturday, August 12. Beginning in 2005 with a handful of dinners and a few hundred attendees, it is now the Hamptons’ premier literary event, with 100 authors and more than 2,500 people attending. The evening begins with the authors reception, with hors d’oeuvres and wine, where you can meet your favorite writers, buy their latest titles, and have the books signed. A separate ticket gets you into a dinner party at the home of an author of your choice, allowing for personal interaction and the chance to learn more about their work. For eight years, Hamptons and our senior editor-at-large, Michael Braverman, have hosted the most coveted dinner of all, at Braverman’s beautiful home—where his two-story library is the spectacular centerpiece. I hope
to see you there! Guild Hall’s annual gala will take place this Friday, featuring a private preview of the museum’s Richard Avedon photography exhibition, “Avedon’s America,” followed by an evening of delicious cocktails, music, dancing, dining, and an art auction. This year, April Gornik hosts, and Bonnie Lautenberg is the honoree. Also on Friday, join us at the Trunks of Love gala at Dopo La Spiaggia in East Hampton to benefit Veterinarians International and honor Dr. Jane Goodall, Cornelia Guest, and Penni Ludwig. A live auction will take place during the seated dinner, for items such as a trip with Dr. Scarlett Magda to visit the organization’s Asian elephant veterinary care program in Thailand. On Sunday, don’t forget to drop by the Watermill Center, which will open its eight-and-a-half acres of beautifully landscaped grounds to the public for Discover Watermill Day. Families can enjoy art installations, performances, workshops, tours, and other activities. Keep wearing your comfortable shoes and get ready to have some fun in the sun and under the stars. I’ll see you at one of these fabulous events, or I’ll see you in town!
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HAMPTONITES RAISE FUNDS FOR LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS AND CELEBRATE SUCCESS. Hamptons celebrated cover star Katie Lee at a private estate in Sag Harbor on July 21, featuring a spread of local produce and specialty cocktails. On July 15, the Quogue Wildlife Refuge hosted its annual Wild Night for Wildlife fundraiser to support its educational programming and the rehabilitation of injured wildlife. The Sag Harbor Cinema Restoration Project held two fundraisers, on July 3 and 16, on behalf of the beloved theater. And on July 15, dear friends of Amr Al-Dabbagh toasted his new book Omnipreneurship at an intimate cocktail reception.Â
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HAMPTONS CELEBRATES COVER STAR KATIE LEE On Friday, July 21, Hamptons fêted cover star Katie Lee at a reception cohosted by Matthew Breitenbach. Guests gathered at the estate at 4 Juliana Way in Sag Harbor for a gourmet spread from Elegant Affairs, cocktails by Tito’s Handmade Vodka, wine from Palm Bay International, and entertainment by DJ Chris Bachmann. The event was sponsored by Homepolish, and one guest won a coffee-table book by Zaha Hadid, courtesy of 1000 Museum.
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GOING TWICE CHRISTIE’S ART STARS LOÏC GOUZER AND ALEX ROTTER TAKE TO THE EAST END FOR A MUCH-NEEDED HIDEAWAY FROM THE HIGH-STAKES AUCTION WORLD.
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For almost 20 years, Alex Rotter and Loïc Gouzer have amicably zigzagged through each other’s lives. Now they’ve joined forces at Christie’s New York, as cochairs of postwar and contemporary art of the Americas. Sotheby’s London first brought them together—Rotter from Austria; Gouzer, Switzerland. “We got along from the start,” Rotter says. “We knew we’d have to find each other again.” They were both at Sotheby’s New York, where Rotter rose to global cohead of contemporary art before leaving a few months ago for Christie’s—where Gouzer recently brought in nearly half a billion dollars in art in two days. A surfer and spearfisher, Gouzer settles annually in Montauk. “I spend the summer thinking about objects—where they are, how do I get to them,” he says. He also supports ocean conservation efforts. Last year, he hosted an event at Surf Lodge that netted over $250,000 for Oceana. Rotter spends his downtime with family (he’s married with two kids), decompressing from his business travels. “We’ve spent the past five years in the Hamptons but haven’t found our permanent place yet,” he says. The area has long lured artists and collectors; it’s fitting that Gouzer and Rotter should reunite in our midst.
from left: Christie’s Loïc Gouzer and Alex Rotter, in front of Cy Twombly’s Leda and the Swan (1962; left), which sold for $52.9 million, and Mark Grotjahn’s Untitled (Creamsicle 865) (2010), sold for $907,500.
“I CONSIDER MY OCEAN CONSERVATION WORK EVERY BIT AS IMPORTANT AS MY ART CAREER.” —loïc gouzer
SCENE CHEF’S TABLE Its recent revamp has turned the Breakers, a local icon since the ’50s, into Montauk’s newest hot spot, aided by the arrival of Seamore’s (left) from chef Michael Chernow.
“SEAMORE’S IS A FUN, SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD RESTAURANT BORN IN NOLITA.”—michael chernow
CHEF MICHAEL CHERNOW’S MONTAUKIN-THE-CITY SEAFOOD SPOT NETS AN ACTUAL MONTAUK OUTPOST, SEAMORE’S AT THE BREAKERS. BY ERIC HADLEY
be the go-to spot for families all day and into the evening. What do you love about Montauk? Some of my fondest memories as a kid took place here. I also worked in the Hamptons in my late teens and early 20s behind the bar at different places. My happy place is the beach at either 6 am for surf casting or around 6:30 pm in late July. Finn, our son, loves fishing, so you can typically catch us out there early in the morning across from the Breakers. Will we be eating any fish you caught? I wish I could say yes! But no, I could get into a lot of trouble for that. However, you will be eating fish caught by the incredible fishermen of Montauk. 769 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 631-668-2525; seamores.com
Seamore’s crispy fish tacos, served with cabbage, guacamole, and chipotle mayo. above: A watermelon margarita.
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Tell us about Seamore’s. It’s a fun, sustainable seafood restaurant born in Nolita. We call our food superfresh, highquality classics: fish tacos, fish sandwiches, simply seared fish, awesome small plates, and delicious salads. We have a fun beverage program that mimics our food menu— simple, fresh, delicious. The Breakers is classic Montauk. Absolutely. The location is a dream come true, the perfect spot for our brand. It’s a bit off the beaten path, directly across the street from the beach, has the most incredible view of the ocean, and simply screams good vibes. Is your new place kidfriendly? The Breakers has been a haven for families for decades; we plan on keeping that culture alive. We’d love to
CHEQUIT OUT ESCAPING THE HAMPTONS MAY SEEM SILLY, BUT MAYBE YOU HAVE YOUR REASONS—OR MAYBE YOU NEED A REASON. SHELTER ISLAND HAS A PERFECT ONE. BY JESSICA SOFFER
explore the quiet beaches, or have some serious boat envy in Deering Harbor. Or don’t. Hole up on The Chequit’s wraparound porch for the fabulous cocktail hour, surrounded by lanterns, throw rugs, and rockers. In the evening, grab an outdoor seat at the inn’s Red Maple restaurant, with everything made for sharing. We recommend cornmeal calamari, local fish with Sylvester Manor veggies, and a couple of flatbreads for good measure. At this point, you may be too relaxed to consider dessert on Sunset Beach, but consider it anyway. You’re on vacation from your vacation, after all. The Chequit, 23 Grand Ave., Shelter Island, 631-749-0018; thechequit.com
FROM LEFT: The Chequit’s veranda offers views of the harbor; a deluxe king room in pale pinks and grays; outdoor dining at the inn’s Red Maple restaurant.
The alfresco dining patio of Red Maple at The Chequit inn on Shelter Island.
THIS FORMER RELIGIOUS RETREAT TURNED HIGH-SOCIETY DESTINATION— ONCE VISITED BY MARILYN MONROE AND FRANK SINATRA—HAS BEEN REDONE TO THE NINES.
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Hop on the Shelter Island Ferry from Sag Harbor and make a beeline for The Chequit. This former religious retreat turned high-society destination—once visited by Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra—has been redone to the nines, all pale pinks and grays with Navajo touches, rattan and slate, reclaimed floors, Turkish towels, and straw hats, not to mention killer views of the harbor. We suggest shacking up in the Terrace Suite with its adorable lounge swings and string lights—but every room is just right. A cold brew at The White Hill, the coffee shop downstairs, is a must, along with one of its picnics to go. Take a stroll and peek into the beautiful Victorian homes, or
SCENE DOWNLOAD right, from top: One Night guarantees the lowest possible rates at places like Hero Beach Club, pictured here.
SWIPE RIGHT A NIGHT IN THE HAMPTONS IS A MERE TAP AWAY, AND ONCE YOU’RE HERE, SO IS YOUR HEART’S DESIRE. BY MATTHEW WEXLER
Looking for last-minute accommodations at some of the East End’s swankiest spots? One Night, an on-the-fly booking app, guarantees the lowest available rates at hotels like Shelter Island’s The Chequit and Montauk’s Hero Beach Club. Beginning at 3 PM each day, the app spotlights exclusive deals for that evening. “One Night brings spontaneity to the New York summer,” says Amar Lalvani, CEO and managing partner of Standard International, the company behind the app. “The ability to escape the city on a moment’s notice for many of the Hamptons’ most coveted hotels creates a dynamic new experience and redefines the East End road trip.” One Night also curates by-the-hour itineraries with recommendations for restaurants, activities, and Instagram-worthy locations. onenight.com VIRTUAL CONCIERGE
left, from top: Guests at The Montauk Beach House can use the Alice app to request everything from extra pillows to post-beach drinks.
Your wish is Alice’s command with this new app named for The Brady Bunch’s stalwart housekeeper. Alice’s openplatform technology enables guests to request everything from early check-ins and extra pillows to a chilled bottle of bubbly waiting in their room after a day at the beach. “The app has been a game changer in helping our small staff personalize service,” says Stella Garces, director of rooms at The Montauk Beach House. “Whether it’s through the Alice app or newly launched text messaging, we can respond more quickly and efficiently to deliver the ultimate Hamptons experience.” Detailed analytics let Garces and her team track guest trends and have even inspired service modifications, such as a bathroom amenities upgrade. If only it could do dishes... aliceapp.com
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SCENE FOOD FOR THOUGHT For chef Rocco DiSpirito (below), shopping for fresh ingredients on the East End is like being a kid in a candy store, resulting in healthy, vibrant treats like his beet tartare (left).
“I LOVE SOUTHAMPTON FOR ITS OLD-SCHOOLCHARM RESTAURANTS.” —rocco dispirito
BEET THE HEAT CHEF ROCCO DISPIRITO TAKES A PAGE FROM HIS NEW BOOK ROCCO’S HEALTHY & DELICIOUS, DUE OUT THIS FALL, BY TURNING TO HIS OWN GARDEN AND THE HAMPTONS’ ENDLESS BOUNTY OF PRODUCE TO CREATE GOOD-FOR-YOU SUMMER DISHES.
What is your best memory of summers out East? Growing my own vegetable and herb garden and waking up excited to see what had appeared overnight. I grew so many herbs, I would give the leftover to local chefs and restaurants. Which town is your favorite? That’s like picking a
favorite child or spice! I love Southampton for its old-school-charm restaurants like Sant Ambroeus, Bridgehampton for its open fields and perfect tree-covered roads for cycling, and East Hampton for its spectacular Main Street glamour and farmers’ roadside stands. When out East, what will you be cooking?
Lots and lots of fresh local vegetables! With all the amazing farms and purveyors to choose from, what is your favorite spot to get the freshest product? In summer it’s an embarrassment of riches. Cor-J for seafood is a stunning example. They have everything and it’s fresh, fresh, fresh! Favorite summertime
ingredient? The tomatoes I grow— and the joy they bring. When not cooking, what are you doing in the Hamptons? Lots of cycling through the back roads of Bridgehampton, Sag Harbor, and East Hampton. And extreme entertaining. My grill usually retires in September. Any secret spots you
can share? Not sure there are many secrets left, but Shelter Island still seems to be the least-traveled path and perfect for a lazy cycling/food tour. If you hosted a fantasy beachside dinner, who would be at the table? Marcus Aurelius, the Dalai Lama, and Ina Garten, with Bobby Flay working the grill!
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Director of Sotheby’s S | 2 Gallery, Nicholas Cinque learned the importance of philanthropy at a young age during his time at Ross School in East Hampton.
TAKE FIVE EAST HAMPTON’S GUILD HALL HAS A FRIEND IN GALLERIST AND PHILANTHROPIST NICHOLAS CINQUE.
Young philanthropist Nicholas Cinque began giving back to his East Hampton community as a teenager, thanks to an institution that had a strong influence on him: Ross School. “The Ross School definitely put a huge emphasis on community service, both on a local and global front,” says Cinque, today the
director of Sotheby’s S|2 Gallery. The Amagansett native says the school instills the importance of working for a greater cause, “whether that is working with the South Fork Natural History Museum counting frogs or doing a project when I was in law school teaching photography in Africa.”
These days Cinque, 27, lends his expertise to various philanthropic causes and has a special passion for East Hampton’s Guild Hall. Cinque believes the venue, which hosts multiple art forms from music to theater to the visual arts, is unique. “I haven’t found a museum as diverse in their programming. On
the same walls that de Koonings are hung in parts of the year, they also hang student art from local schools,” he says. Guild Hall will exhibit works by Taryn Simon and Richard Avedon this summer. The show, “Avedon’s America,” is set to open August 11 at the annual summer gala, which Cinque also supports.
“You could have an exhibition of Roy Lichtenstein, a Louis C.K. stand-up performance, and an Arthur Miller play on view,” he says of the arts center’s lineup. “You can always find something you click with at Guild Hall.” 158 Main St., East Hampton, 631324-0806; guildhall.org
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7 SUPERB SCRIBES THE EAST HAMPTON LIBRARY’S AUTHORS NIGHT IS ONE OF THE SUMMER’S MOST ANTICIPATED BENEFITS. WE SPOTLIGHT SEVEN WRITERS FEATURED AT THIS YEAR’S EDITION. BY TIM LATTERNER
What makes your book different? You don’t need to be able to cook to make something impressive. The book contains only one recipe but shows how to make more than 93 different designs, from mini hot dogs to a jumbo lobster. What’s your favorite? Definitely the cheeseburger. This was the first creative treat I ever made, the one that inspired me to keep experimenting with Rice Krispies treats. What’s exciting about Authors Night for you? To be in the company of so many authors I admire and help raise funds for the East Hampton Library.
Hamptons Entertaining: Creating Occasions to Remember
Tell us about your book. It’s a real peek behind the hedges, offering original recipes inspired by the endless bounty of the Hamptons—no other book offers both. What’s your favorite part? I love all the parties, and the featured hosts are dear friends I’ve had the pleasure of celebrating with many times. Most exciting for me is the foreword, by chef Eric Ripert—he’s an icon and inspiration. What will Hamptonites appreciate? The tips, tricks, and ideas shared by some of the greatest hosts in the country, and photographs of the beautiful tabletops and delicious food of the East End.
above: Gigi, Michael, and Annie Falk at the Falks’ biannual clambake on the beach. right: Raining Rice Krispies over author Jessica Siskin.
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LAURIE GELMAN Class Mom: A Novel
An American Girl in London: 120 Nourishing Recipes for Your Family from a Californian Expat
What was your inspiration? I wrote this book for me, while I was pregnant with my daughter Sadie. The process of cooking and writing was a very therapeutic mental escape from some of the scary things I was being told in the doctor’s office because of the life-threatening pregnancy condition I had. How would you describe your recipes? A marriage of American and Californian cuisine and British comfort classics. Do you have a favorite? Too hard to choose, like choosing a child! I love the dishes you can share with family and friends.
HEART OUT Celebrity caterer Andrea Correale and her company, Elegant Affairs, are cooking up something special for Authors Night. Authors Night has been lauded as one of the most expertly run events of the summer. But entertaining expert Andrea Correale knows that an event is only as good as its food. That’s why Correale and her company, Elegant Affairs, are taking a new approach to this weekend’s celebration, adding another culinary element to the event’s passed hors d’oeuvre, dinner, and dessert portions. “This year we’re going to have some fun and fabulous food stations,” she
says. “There will be interactive chef ’s table stations, each one featuring a different kind of seasonal or local Hamptons fare.” 631-324-8825; elegantaffairscaterers.com
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What did you want to achieve with this novel? Revenge! Sweet, sweet revenge for the horrible years I spent as a class mom. What’s your favorite part? The emails my protagonist, Jen, writes to her class. They very closely mirror the actual emails I sent when I was a class mom, and they’re funny and brutally honest. Those emails got me in a lot of trouble. What will Hamptonites most relate to? I think the thankless job of volunteering in the classroom is a universal gripe. What are you most excited about for Authors Night? Meeting Elizabeth Vargas!
SCENE FIRST EDITION right: Elizabeth Vargas. below: Robyn Lea shooting in Milan. bottom right: Alex Guarnaschelli.
Dinner with Georgia O’Keeffe: Recipes, Art & Landscape
What did you want this book to achieve? Using O’Keeffe’s recipes as a starting point, I wanted to share a private side of this iconic artist, some insights into her personal domestic world. What’s your favorite part? Each recipe had a story of its own, which helped contextualize every dish in a meaningful way, plus the images of O’Keeffe’s artwork next to photos of her favorite dishes. How about Authors Night? New friends and old all coming together to celebrate books seems like the ultimate way to spend time.
Between Breaths: A Memoir of Panic and Addiction
Why did you write the book? I wanted those still suffering to know they aren’t alone. There are lots of misconceptions about alcoholism and anxiety—a lot of people don’t know there’s an incredibly strong link between the two. What’s the most important part for you? The end. It’s about how I live today, how I find peace, how deeply grateful I am to have my life and everyone in it. What did you learn through the writing process? That writing a book is really, really hard! For years, I jotted down thoughts, scenes, or memories. I wrote on whatever was handy—an envelope, the back of a receipt, anything. The Authors Night cocktail reception will be held at 4 Maidstone Lane, East Hampton, with dinners to follow in private homes. For tickets and more information, visit authorsnight.org.
What did you hope for from your first book? A cookbook where people could get to know me and also perhaps be inspired to try these recipes and create the dishes in their own kitchen. How is it different from other cookbooks? I like that it’s not a “chef-y” book. Chefs like to cook simple recipes, too. I know I do. A great garlic bread recipe—what could be better or easier? What’s your favorite recipe here? I really love all the recipes, but one of my favorites is the yellow cake with chocolate frosting and a caramel top.
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SCENE OPENING Apple and meringue pies, plus olive oil and beer bread (on the top shelf) for sale at Carissa’s The Bakery. right, from top: Carissa Waechter in front of a weekly changing assortment of breads, cakes, and pastries; housemade ricotta on black cocoa toast with local honey and seasonal fruits.
Walk into Carissa’s The Bakery and try not to smile. The place is bright and airy, smelling of butter and bread. There are flowers everywhere— for sale and in vases—and gorgeous glass doors beckon you into the kind of kitchen that bakers dream of. The staff is in linen jackets, and knowledgeable, too. They’re proud to be a part of the operation— you can simply tell.
And then there are the goodies. First, of course, Carissa’s famous breads (sourdough, sweet potato, and honey oat, to name a few), all branded with her quintessential “C.” There are croissants studded with local fruits or pistachios and ginger, chessboard blueberry pies with cornmeal crusts, toasts with homemade ricotta and stewed berries, buttery polenta cake with blood orange,
and giant strawberry rhubarb pies topped with artful dollops of meringue. But Carissa Waechter’s bakery was hardly built in a day. Waechter went to culinary school and then, for years, worked for heavy hitters including Daniel Boulud and David Burke. Eight years ago, Eli Zabar offered her a gig out East, making bread at a farm in Amagansett. “Who doesn’t dream of doing that?” she says. She
moved immediately. As the artisanal food movement grew in the Hamptons, Waechter’s wholesale business quickly took off. A brick-and-mortar spot, she says, felt like the logical next step. “It’s more fun than we could have imagined,” Waechter says. “Having our own place is really good for creativity levels. Everyone’s doing what they’re best at.” Some nights, Waechter
stays at the bakery till midnight, trying a canelé recipe 20 times—yet nothing in the store feels overwrought or too precious. “I’m trying to find that word for when everything is just a little not too perfect,” she explains. But after biting into one of her baked treats, “perfect” is the only word that comes to mind. 68 Newtown Lane, East Hampton; carissas thebakery.com
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267 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton 3,870 SQ FTâ€ƒ 3.80 ACRES 4 BEDâ€ƒ 3.5 BATH $9,995,000
Nestled on the eastern shoreline of Three Mile Harbor lies this extremely rare 4+/- acre waterfront property. The elevated west-facing lot boasts 250+/- feet of harbor front. Extending toward the channel from the newly refurbished bulkhead is a one-hundred-foot floating dock. An undoubtedly unique and rare opportunity, this classic East Hampton waterfront is also eligible to construct a larger magnificent new home with pool, from which the most breathtaking sunsets on the east end of Long Island can be observed.
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23 Chauncey Close, East Hampton LAND
3.7 +/- ACRES
$9,995,000 Nestled at the end of the Chauncey Close peninsula on Georgica Pond, this property offers a rare opportunity to build a waterfront home in one of the country’s most stunning and prestigious communities. With over 3.7+/- private acres looking south and west toward the pond and out to the the Atlantic Ocean, this parcel is surely the site of a future dream home. Enjoy ~480 ft. of private waterfront and spend your summers paddle-boarding, kayaking, and watching the Beetle Cat sailboats race on Georgica Pond.
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19 Chauncey Close, East Hampton 5 BED
$19,500,000 Located in East Hampton’s most exquisite waterfront community, this iconic home sits on ~3.5 Acres and enjoys ~400 ft. of pond frontage and unobstructed southwestern views over Georgica Pond and the Atlantic Ocean. With its breathtaking natural beauty, and ideal positioning on Georgica Pond, 19 Chauncey Close is the ultimate private oasis.
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36 Association Road, Wainscott 5,000 SQ FT 2.81 ACRES 6 BED 6.5 BATH $59,000,000
Perched high on a dune overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Georgica Pond, Kilkare is an iconic 3-story Victorian beachfront “cottage” set on 2.81 lush acres in the ultra-private, highly soughtafter Georgica Association neighborhood of Wainscott. Built in 1879 by shipbuilders from Connecticut, this storied Hamptons oasis boasts 5,000 sq ft of beautifully-finished, classically-inspired living space with modern amenities and elegant detailing.
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34 Jermain Avenue, Sag Harbor 4,515 SQ FT .46 ACRES 6 BED 6.5 BATH $4,350,000
Own a piece of history. This renovated circa 1860’s Sag Harbor Village residence has it all. Sited on a small rise with idyllic views over Otter Pond, the fully cleared and manicured south-facing .46 property offers the rare Village combination of: a 20 x 46 ft. heated salt-water pool and spa with marble patio, a pool house and substantial lawn for grand entertaining at home. Minutes down Captain’s Row to the heart of what will always be an exciting cultural hub and picturesque fishing village surrounded by water.
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Applewild Farm, Bridgehampton 5 BED
$8,950,000 The iconic Applewild Farm has just been introduced to the market. Located in Bridgehampton horse country, possibilities abound on this 14 + acre compound.
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16 Fieldview Lane, East Hampton 5 BED
$5,395,000 Located moments from Main Street, East Hampton, The Gables house is a 5,500 sqft architectural masterpiece conceived by noted architect Stuart Narofsky in conjunction with Seaview development.
3 High Point Road, East Hampton 6 BED
$2,695,000 Set within East Hampton’s idyllic Settlers Landing community you will find this striking new construction with an open floor plan with double height ceilings and floor to ceiling windows.
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85 Grand Street, Unit 2, SoHo, Manhattan
4 BEDâ€ƒ 3 BATH $9,950,000
Upon entering this immaculate keyed elevator loft, one is struck by the fifteen windows in the great room alone each towering over 11 feet across two exposures. Designed by architect Andrew Berman, the flexible layout puts emphasis on the rich architectural details. 85 Grand Street is a classic SoHo loft building with a new elevator and renovated lobby located on one of the best and more residential blocks in SoHo, south of Broome Street.
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360 Furman Street, Unit 1004, Brooklyn 3,280 SQ FT 4 BED 4 BATH $4,589,000
Stunning 4 bedroom/4 bath home located in amenity-laden, fullservice One Brooklyn Bridge Park condominium. Elevated living room overlooks the dining area, chef’s kitchen and butler’s pantry. Master bedroom suite with adjoining terrace, two bedrooms with separate baths, plus a fourth bedroom suite, double laundry room and two storage units. Perfectly situated in Brooklyn Bridge Park in Brooklyn Heights
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2201 Collins Ave # PH26/28, Miami Beach 4 BED
$14,999,000 The Grand Penthouse at the W South Beach with direct Atlantic Ocean views wraps around the entire east side of the penthouse floor and occupies portions of the North and South exposure. The penthouse can be placed into the hotel program when not in use.
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1100 Biscayne Blvd #6401, Miami 4 BED
$13,900,000 The Sky Penthouse at the Marquis is the only 4-story penthouse in Miami. This spectacular unit boasts a private rooftop pool, custom interiors by Steven G, privacy smart glass, an expansive master suite, illuminated stairs, a waterfall in foyer entrance and a fully automated smart-home system.
4020 Kiaora Street, Coconut Grove 8 BED
$7,950,000 Unique custom-built masterpiece that cost $15 MM to build. Call for details! Situated on a rare and prestigious builder’s acre lot in south Coconut Grove.
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101 Slopeside Lane, Snowmass Village 6 BED
$14,000,000 Premier mountain contemporary, ski-in, ski-out home. Built into the natural landscape of the mountain with a winding creek running through the property, dramatic landscaping, a putting green, fire pit, hot tub and easy ski access to one of Aspen/Snowmass’ most family-friendly mountains.
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391-0401 Woody Creek Road, Woody Creek 6 BED
$13,950,000 A 35 acre bucolic ranch featuring a 5-bedroom main home, guest home, horse barn, trout ponds & Woody Creek meandering the length of the property.
1710 Sopris Mountain Ranch, Basalt 5 BED
$6,950,000 Premier mountain estate, perfectly situated to take full advantage of the mountain views. Featuring an outdoor pool, large wine room, billiards room, gym, elevator, chef’s kitchen a 2,700 square foot barn and access to thousands of acres of open space.
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1055 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Unit 4E, Washington DC 4 BED
$6,475,000 Dramatic penthouse in unique 7-unit building in the heart of Georgetown featuring an open floor plan with views of the Potomac River, the C&O Canal, and the Washington Monument.
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1901 24th Street NW, Washington DC 5 BED
$7,900,000 Stunning Kalorama home meticulously renovated from top-to-bottom by renowned NYC architecture firm, Ferguson & Shamamian
2430 Wyoming Avenue NW, Washington DC 6 BED
$9,975,000 Masterfully and meticulously renovated Kalorama home on extraordinary lot featuring 4 levels of stately elegance. Private placement, brokers honored.
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You spend countless hours making sure your home’s interior reflects your taste and lifestyle. Yet, a visitor’s first impression, the Landscape, is often an afterthought. Whether it’s new construction or a renovation, your first thought is to furnish and decorate the interior of your home to reflect you. Too often the exterior appears to be a last minute thing. A contractor is hired who seems to have little understanding of how important it is that the landscape blend with the interiors. We’ve had 42 years of practice making sure that first impression is consistent. We can create a design concept or, if you prefer, recommend a Landscape Architect who does understand and will listen to you. Please give us a call to chat and then, if your first impression of us is a good one, we can go from there.
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STYLE OF THE HAMPTONS
GO FIGUE! A TROVE OF GLOBAL FASHION TREASURES AWAITS AT DESIGNER STEPHANIE VON WATZDORF’S BOHO BOUTIQUE, FIGUE. BY ADRIENNE GAFFNEY
Stephanie von Watzdorf’s Figue is infused with all the enthusiasm and color of its jet-setter founder. Created in 2012, the collection is a nod to her favorite looks: classic army jackets, straw totes, bohemian sandals, and peasant blouses acquired across her extensive travels. A former designer for Ralph Lauren and Tory Burch, von Watzdorf brings to her line a perfectly defined spirit and personality. And as her Hamptons boutique proves, the East End provides a special inspiration for her. One of the best things about Figue, von Watzdorf says, is that it affords her the opportunity to work with artisans from around the globe, stocking their wares at her shop and introducing them to Figue’s customers. Her East Hampton store is a favored destination for her most treasured picks. “Sometimes I find one-of-akind pieces; sometimes I find 10 of something. That little jewel box in East Hampton is in my heart, so everything that I find in my travels that really resonates with the beach and sunshine, I bring there,” she explains.
A gypsy-meetsjet-set look from Figue. BOTTOM LEFT: Multicolor cotton Fara weekender bag ($395). TOP LEFT: Figue in East Hampton.
“IT’S MUCH MORE INTERESTING TO HAVE AN ECLECTIC MIX OF LIKEMINDED BRANDS AND ARTISAN-MADE THINGS.” —STEPHANIE VON WATZDORF
FROM TOP: The boutique brings together favorite finds from around the globe; Julep floral-print silk Frederica wrap dress ($1,395; LEFT) and Ibiza pink stripe cotton Julia dress ($395); von Watzdorf; pink leather metallic Scaramouche sandal ($225).
Von Watzdorf notes that shoppers in her Hamptons locations (there’s also a Figue pop-up at L’Object à la Plage in Southampton) love an item with a special backstory. “It’s a great way to celebrate beautiful things and share them because people [there] are open to it and they have time. They actually listen to the story,” she says. “They’re not [looking] it [up] on their phones. It’s an experience.” Figue’s newest collection is called Utopian Rhapsody. Taking its cues from the surf culture in Brazil and Mexico, it features bold and brilliant turquoise and raspberry tones and flowing silhouettes. While the pieces have a clear relationship to the beach, von Watzdorf doesn’t think of them as merely summer attire. “I really talk about the collection always being seasonless because I don’t like rules,” she says. “I like the idea of being able to put something on and wearing it into the next season and the next season and just layering it as need be if you’re chilly.” Other items of excitement for von Watzdorf are Figue’s new line of shoes, handmade in Italy, and Bastide, the French beauty line recently launched by Frédéric Fekkai and Shirin von Wulffen. “I think it’s much more interesting to have an eclectic mix of like-minded or like-spirited brands and artisan-made things,” she says. “To bring in product that has a unique perspective or is slightly different than what you might find in other areas is even more compelling.” 55 Main St., East Hampton, 631-527-5111; L’Object à la Plage, 9 Main St., Southampton, 631-353-1444; figue.com
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$6,900,000 2648 APPALOOSA TRAIL • WELLINGTON, FLORIDA $12.2 Million
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NEUTRAL TERRITORY CLASSIC FEMININE SHAPES STAND OUT AS A FRESH SOURCE OF STYLE THIS SUMMER IN SOFT, NATURAL TONES THAT GO WITH EVERYTHING. PHOTOGRAPHY BY JEFF CRAWFORD STYLING BY FAYE POWER
Leila frayed Toyo straw hat, Gigi Burris Millinery ($437). Boutique at Sunset Beach, 35 Shore Road, Shelter Island Heights, 631-7492001; gigiburris.com. Clara pump, Tory Burch ($598). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-627-1790; toryburch.com. Lady Dior leather bag, Dior ($4,300). Americana Manhasset, 516-365-5680; dior.com
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STYLE ST YLE BY THE SEA Jarret and Crystal Willis, co-owners of the newly expanded Blue One (right) in Bridgehampton. inset: Hamptons Flight Path men’s shoes ($445), part of a collaboration with Del Toro and sold exclusively at Blue One.
GRAND EXPANSION TWO STORES, ONE RENOVATION, DOZENS OF STYLES! SELLING EVERYTHING FROM KIDS’ CLOTHES TO HOME DÉCOR, THESE SHOPS HAVE ALL THAT YOUR FAMILY NEEDS. BY CALLIE CHUTE AND DANIELLE COHEN
IT FEELS LIKE HOME
Jarret and Crystal Willis understand the importance of intimacy: The couple co-owns Blue One, where they hand-pick every single item, giving the shop a rare personal touch. “We function not only as the store’s buyers, but also we sort of moonlight as its public persona,” says Jarret. This summer, the Bridgehampton boutique debuts its long-awaited expansion, featuring a new home line and an increased selection of accessories. The store also introduces a signature candle, which Jarret calls “a piece of us that goes with every one of our clients who buys it.” Crafted to embody the homey, welcoming nature of Blue One, the candle features accents of sugarcane and raw coconut that are sure to warm and delight. “The space really does look and feel like a home,” says Crystal. “And now that it’s all ours, it really is like we’re inviting people into our home.” 2397 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-237-1796; shopblueone.com
Ever wonder how a fashion magazine editor dresses her own children? Former Vogue editors and entrepreneurs Sylvana Durrett and Luisana Mendoza Roccia have answered that question with Maisonette, an online children’s clothing shop with a pop-up this month at Theory in East Hampton. After struggling to find stylish, highquality clothing for their kids, the two women founded Maisonette to curate a selection of apparel for children aged zero to 12, chosen from 125 brands and 40 boutiques. “Maisonette connects customers to the world’s most special and unique children’s products while offering editorial content that provides an insider’s guide to trends, new brands, and tips from tastemakers,” says Mendoza Roccia. The pop-up, which runs August 18–27, will also include kid-friendly activities such as face painting, story time, balloon artists, and a photo booth. 46 Newtown Lane, Ste. 4, East Hampton, 631-3243285; theory.com; maisonette.com
PHOTOGRAPHY BY DOUG YOUNG (BLUE ONE PORTRAIT, STORE, SHOES); TAYLOR JEWELL (MAISONETTE FOUNDERS); VICTORIA WILL (KIDS); COURTESY OF MAISONETTE (DRESS)
clockwise from left: Sylvana Durrett and Luisana Mendoza Roccia of Maisonette; Leticia dress by Los Encajeros ($190); Maisonette’s pop-up includes activities for kids, like this adorable garden party.
T H E AT L A N T I C T E A M AT D O U G L A S E L L I M A N R E A L E STAT E
SAGAPONACK TO MAIN BEACH
W AT E R F R O N T E A S T H A M P T O N S O U T H W I T H O C E A N V I E W S 81 OCEAN AVENUE, EAST HAMPTON | $6,495,000 3,200 sf, 1 acre, 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, Direct access to Hook Pond. Web# H55706
E A S T H A M P T O N S O U T H , E S TAT E S E C T I O N N E W C O N S T R U C T I O N 10 AMY’S LANE, EAST HAMPTON | $4,999,000 5,500 sf, .65 acre, 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, Heated pool. Web# H54084
SUPERB GAMBREL WITH TENNIS ON 2 ACRES 5 S A G A P O N A C K C O U R T, S A G A P O N A C K | $ 4 , 8 9 5 , 0 0 0 6,400 sf, 2.07 acres, 7 bedrooms, 7 full/2 half baths, Heated Gunite pool. Web# H55702
CJK DESIGNS, DESIGN AND DECOR 1 6 7 S P R I N GY B A N K S , E A S T H A M P TO N | $ 3 , 2 4 9 , 0 0 0 4,985 sf, 1.24 acres, 7 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, Heated Gunite pool. Web# H46457
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7 East 67th St. 5-story single-family with exquisite refinements and upgrades. 25-feet wide with high ceilings. Great for entertaining. 19 rooms, 7 bedrooms, 8 baths, 3 half baths. Elevator, terrace, landscaped roof deck, patio and 11 working fireplaces. 11,550 SF interior, 2,217 SF exterior. Triple-mint. Co-Exclusive. $36.5M WEB# 5137118
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‘TWO BARNS’ IN WATER MILL Two 17th century English barns, relocated and lovingly reconstructed as a sophisticated Hamptons home. Exceptionally crafted from hand-hewn timbers, plaster and brick. Complete with heated pool and tennis on nearly two acres of brilliant landscaping. $3,495,000 | WEB# 36458 Korine M. Konzet | 631.537.4323 firstname.lastname@example.org
JOHN DAVID ROSE ARCHITECT P.C. AIA With offices located in Southampton Village and Westhampton Beach, this cohesive team provides custom, personal design services for their clients. While best known for historic renovations, you can also see examples of their work from tasteful cabanas to new, modern homes on the beach. Call or visit their website for more information. 596 Hampton Rd, Southampton, NY 11968 62E Main St, Westhampton Beach, NY 11978 (631) 283-2051 www.johndavidrosearchitect.com
LAVIANO Laviano a ready-to-wear collection exhibits the classic artistry of fashion with a modern interpretation. Each silhouette is carefully crafted pushing the technical boundaries. Made from Italian fabrics and specialty laces from France the garments are as admirable as any art form provoking emotion. Ensuring value with limited quantities, Laviano Southampton directly connects with their customer. www.lavianodesignstudio.com
Lester’s is fashion-packed and ready for fall with statement making styles not-to-be-missed. Come see what’s new from J Brand, Frame, McGuire, Mother, Generation Love, Sam, Central Park West, Skull Cashmere, Bailey 44, Monrow, Lovers + Friends, Rebecca Minkoff, Jocelyn & more. Also new this fall: Lester’s GROUP GIFT CARD REGISTRY. Visit www.lesters.com/ gift-card to start one now.
The Hampton’s premier “Boutique” Builder presents their newest masterpiece. 101 Erica’s Lane, Sagaponack boasts 10,00 SF, 9 Bedrooms, 10 Bathrooms, 2 acre flag lot providing the ultimate in privacy, one block to ocean, sunken tennis and a multi area outdoor entertainment space the east end has never seen.
With fresh sophistication and a breezy, coastal aesthetic, Serena & Lily offers artful designs for the home. Color, pattern, and craftsmanship define the collection, encouraging customers to mix, match, and layer their way to a look they’ll love..
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BRING IT ON, BALDWIN! From his unwavering support of the Hamptons International Film Festival (which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year!) to his enlightening performances at Guild Hall, Alec Baldwin frankly owns the East End cultural scene. Add to that the not-to-be-missed signing of his memoir, Nevertheless, at the East Hampton Library and his dance card is full. Meet the maker of your summer plans. by SAMANTHA YANKS photography by MIKE ROSENTHAL
How did your relationship with Guild Hall begin? I’ve been involved with Guild Hall since Mickey Straus was alive. I would watch performances and readings there. The board of Guild Hall is heavy in favor of the museum crowd, the art crowd. And the theater has often been the redheaded stepchild of that operation, where people don’t support the programs as much; they’re much more interested in art and the gallery and so forth. And for you it’s about the theater, about creating a place for performances? I saw there was a need to bolster the theater operations. I had left the board of Bay Street Theater—that was also a critical thing for me. When Steve Hamilton and Emma Walton left Bay Street Theater—they were my touchstones there. For a while I wasn’t on any board in the Hamptons. I then decided to join the Guild Hall board so I could have my hand in something theatrical out here in my limited spare time. Speaking of limited time, you have a very busy summer here in the Hamptons. In July you had the reading of Gross Points by Ira Lewis at Guild Hall, where you reprised the lead role of Johnny Checco. How was this piece selected? I had done the play in 2001. Our first invited dress rehearsal was on September 11 itself, so we canceled the show. We went on stage the next day and did the show
on Wednesday, September 12. It was a very intense experience—people were crying and thanking us for giving them something to take their minds off that. We did the play for four weeks—it was very successful, people thought it was very funny. Hamilton [who directed it] and I both had this odd obsession with that material because we thought it was so weird and funny. And so we, just as a joke, said, “Let’s do an anniversary reading.” It wasn’t really an anniversary, it was 16 years ago, but he was very keen on that. We got a group of friends and people we all knew in the theater out here, and we did the reading for fun. We loved it. Your relationship with the Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) has deep roots. About 10 years ago, I got a pass to go to the festival, just to check it out. I had a weekend in the fall that I wasn’t working, and I decided to spend some time examining more closely what they were doing. I thought, Who needs another film festival when you’ve got plenty in New York? And then I attended, and I really grew to like it a lot, and they invited me to join the board. I went to see four or five films in a weekend, which is not a lot, but that completely changed my mind because there were [films] that I thought belonged out here that were indigenous to here, that were more of the culture here. It was Stuart Match Suna, the president of Silvercup Studios, who asked you to join, correct?
THE GREATNESS OF GUILD HALL “Alec Baldwin has been a remarkably generous champion of Guild Hall for many years, both onstage and off. In 2010, he strode the main stage as Dr. Dysart in Peter Shaffer’s Equus, and appearances followed in such programs as Selected Shorts and Celebrity Autobiography. He has cohosted and produced the Hamptons International Film Festival’s SummerDocs series. He has hosted conversations with Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Kathy Griffin, among others, at Guild Hall’s annual Season Spectacular, and staged readings of new and
classic plays. In 2015, he returned to the stage in a stunning production of Arthur Miller’s classic All My Sons, which broke box-office records. Alec has since become chair of the John Drew Theater committee and president of Guild Hall’s board of trustees. He has produced the topical Hamptons Institute discussion series, and he received a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003 from Guild Hall’s Academy of the Arts. Alec’s astonishing talent as a performer is matched only by his incredible generosity to many institutions both nationally and on the East End. Guild Hall is particularly honored by his steadfast and loyal decades of dedication.” —Josh Gladstone, artistic director of the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall
Grooming by Natasha Leibel for Alterna Haircare/Lab Series, natashaleibel.com Location: Guild Hall, 158 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-0806; guildhall.org
Yes, Suna, who was the head of it, asked me to join the board. When I shot 30 Rock with Suna at Silvercup, he would come down to my dressing room and we had a lot of chats about HIFF and coordinated things to grow the festival. Eventually [we got] Anne Chaisson to come on. You also host SummerDocs as part of HIFF, this year presenting the film Trophy and hosting the screening of Icarus, on August 26. As my commitment to HIFF has grown, this program is what I’m most keen on. SummerDocs was something that David Nugent and I created as a very simple idea about a documentary film festival. But the landscape and the marketplace for documentary films has changed a great deal in the last several years—the competition to book great documentary films has changed so much. Now it’s a surging market. Trophy is one of those pieces I have worked sporadically on in the animal rights field, [focusing on] animals in performance—circuses, zoos, rodeos—and battling on that front. I work with the Performing Animal Welfare Society in San Andreas, and I work with PETA doing voice-overs for them about beef, poultry, and pork production and the environmental hazards involved there. At Guild Hall this week, you kicked off a three-part series with Tracy Marshall. “Climate Change in a New ‘Environment’” was on August 8, followed by “The Trump Presidency and the Constitution” on August 14 and “The New Normal in News: Ideology vs. Fact” on August 21. What Tracy Marshall and I did was revive, at the request of Andrea Grover, executive director at Guild Hall, the old Hamptons Institute that Mickey Straus had put together. Mickey and another benefactor had laid out all the money to bring the talent, the participants and panelists, here. When Mickey passed, it was a huge blow to the organization, and the Hamptons Institute died for a couple years. So we raised some money and we are redoing the Hamptons Institute—the one that Mickey had done. We did it with a little bit of trepidation, because I thought it’s [something] where you live or die by who you cast. Who are you going to get to do this? Are they well known or are they really just these dazzling authorities? Who’s going to show up, and therefore what kind of a program are we going to have? How are we going to be received? We have a tremendous group this year. The second [presentation] is with Michael Klarman, the professor of constitutional law at Harvard Law School, who is the most blazingly bright man you have ever met. The final one, “The New Normal in News: Ideology vs. Fact,” which I
am moderating, is all about the discussion of fake news versus mainstream media. You also have East Hampton Library’s Authors Night on August 12, where you will be signing your memoir, Nevertheless. Can you tell us about it? The book, for better or for worse, is the only kind of book I really knew how to write. I wanted to write about what was important to me—my childhood, what excited me in my career. And a lot of that was just other people and famous people that I had known. Work is something that when I do it, I am very engaged in it, unless the material is terrible. But when it was over, it was over. I didn’t really care to think about it too much after it was done. I never sit back and talk about when I made this movie or made that movie, only in the context of admiring people that I’ve worked with. Any self-referential thing has zero interest to me. And I think doing what I’ve done for a living has mostly been about the joy of working with other people. You and your wife started the Hilaria & Alec Baldwin Foundation, which is sponsoring many of the works you’re supporting. I’ve been giving to organizations as an individual for a while, and then I decided to form a foundation. I [wanted] to go out there and more aggressively try to secure funding for these projects. I started doing some distinctive things to raise money for the foundation, like the Capital One commercials I did for five years. I had never done an on-camera commercial in my life prior to Capital One, nor did I want to—it was always frowned upon in the business. Then suddenly I said, “I really don’t give a shit. I’m giving all the money away; I really don’t care what people think of me. If they think I’m a whore because I’m doing these commercials, okay, then I’m a big whore, I’m a giant whore.” So I went and did that. You have given so much to the Hamptons community; what do you love about being here? I love going to Indian Wells Beach. I live in Amagansett, and one of the great things about it is that it’s small. You can live where my wife and I live and be near the beach, or you’re near the bay and the little village, where you can shop and have lunch. The other thing I love is to go out on my boat. When you have a boat, you are really, really lucky [because] you see all of the real benefits of being here and you have peace and quiet away from the crowds. But I have to say my favorite thing to do is absolutely nothing, just be with my kids. My wife and I have three little kids, and everything in our life is about them. In fact, I’m going to go out on the boat with the kids right now...
SUPPORTING HIFF “The first time I met Alec was in a pitch meeting in 2001 to produce a classic film he was interested in getting remade. I was struck by his humor and deep intelligence, but mostly by his love of classic film. We met again just after I cofounded the advisory board and became its cochair. His enthusiasm for the types of films HIFF showed galvanized his interest further, and over the years Alec went from seeing a dozen or so films during our five-day festival to participating on films about science, interviewing other filmmaking luminaries, starting a summer documentary program we cohost with Guild Hall, joining the board, and changing the face of HIFF forever with a generously large donation. Now he’s our board cochair. His capacity for loyalty toward the institutions he believes in is quite admirable. The Dalai Lama once said, ‘Generosity is the most natural outward expression of an inner attitude of compassion and lovingkindness.’ This is our Alec.” —Anne Chaisson, executive director of the Hamptons International Film Festival
During the 25thanniversary HIFF, Baldwin will host a lengthy conversation with Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Julie Andrews on October 7 in East Hampton. Visit hamptonsfilmfest.org for tickets.
Rock the Boat Embody the spirit of the high seas in high style. With nautical notes, clean lines, and shades of radiant red, stark white, and bold blue, these are the new yacht classics. photography by JEFF CR AWFORD styling by FAYE POWER
Maritime Mia shoulder bag, Michael Kors Collection ($1,550). 19 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-267-2200; 30 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-2633; michael kors.com. Loafers, Todâ€™s ($725). Saks Fifth Avenue, Walt Whitman Shops, 160 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station, 631-350-1100; tods.com. Ahoy neckerchief, Tory Burch ($65). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-627-1790; tory burch.com. Raffia bracelet ($275) and hinge bracelet ($295), Alexis Bittar. Adornments, 83 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-0051; alexisbittar.com
Leather-wrapped open hoop earrings, Jennifer Miller ($85). 28 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-2839061; 55 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-9061; jennifermillerjewelry.com. Small monogram Downtown Cabas bag, Saint Laurent ($2,490). 3 E. 57th St., NYC, 212-980-2970; ysl.com. Lafayette throw pillow, Ralph Lauren ($395). 41 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-287-6953; ralphlauren home.com. Harbor pinched-crown hat, Hat Attack ($92). Beach MYC, 32 Star Island Road, Montauk, 201-220-6562; hatattack.com. Metal and leather cuff ($465) and metal and leather cuff ($575), Tod’s. 650 Madison Ave., NYC, 212-644-5945; tods.com. Matilda wedge, Oscar de la Renta ($1,090). 772 Madison Ave., NYC, 212-288-5810; oscardelarenta.com
Nero mist nappa handbag, Bottega Veneta ($1,980). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-627-7580; bottegaveneta.com. Cambridge pump, Tory Burch ($325). Americana Manhasset, 516-627-1790; toryburch.com. Grandon small box, Ralph Lauren ($1,295). 41 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-287-6953; ralphlaurenhome.com. The Original Panama hat, Hat Attack ($112). Henry Lehr, 16 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-329-5425; hatattack.com. Sunglasses, Versace ($265). 647 Fifth Ave., NYC, 212-317-0224; versace.com
Jacqueline patent frame bag, Tory Burch ($595). Americana Manhasset, 2060 Northern Blvd., 516-6271790; toryburch.com. Large liquid-metal dome bangle, Alexis Bittar ($245). Adornments, 83 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-0051; alexisbittar.com. Platform clogs with knot detail, Loeffler Randall ($395). Bloomingdaleâ€™s, Roosevelt Field Mall, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, 516-873-2700; loefflerrandall.com. Lafayette throw pillow, Ralph Lauren ($395). 41 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-287-6953; ralphlaurenhome.com. Minimal baroque sunglasses, Prada ($360). Americana Manhasset, 516-365-9700; prada.com
POWER of the
PRESIDENTS Running some of the most formidable institutions on the East End, these leaders provide stellar programming for our community. BY RACHEL FELDER PHOTOGRAPHY BY RICK WENNER
H. PETER HAVELES JR. President of the Board of Trustees, Parrish Art Museum
An East End mainstay, the Parrish displays its impressive collection in a sleek Water Mill building designed by Herzog & de Meuron, its home since moving from Southampton Village in 2012. HIS PERSONAL CONNECTION: Haveles, a lawyer, has been a fan of the museum since he first started spending weekends in Sag Harbor in the mid-1980s. “The Parrish became one of my favorite places to go right away,” he recalls. “You could just sit there and study wonderful paintings in an almost meditative way. It would stimulate such wonderful emotional and intellectual reactions.” THE LOCATION: “People like to tease that because we’re in Water Mill, we’re essentially in Switzerland for the Hamptons,” he laughs. “When we were in Southampton Village, people viewed it
very much as a village institution; now it’s viewed as a Hamptons institution.” COMMUNITY OUTREACH: The museum offers cultural programming and activities throughout the year, including concerts and lectures alongside the art that’s on display. ANNUAL GALA: This year’s Midsummer Party fundraiser was held on July 15, honoring philanthropist Agnes Gund and artist Clifford Ross. HOW HE UNWINDS: This time of year, Haveles spends his weekends recharging after busy weeks. “Anything that allows me to relax and revive myself for the battles starting on Monday is what I try to do over the summer, be it barbecues with friends, taking nice walks with my dog, or playing tennis with my son.” 279 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-283-2118; parrishart.org
STEPHEN LONG President, The Children’s Museum of the East End
With performances, exhibitions, and mini golf, this 7,000-squarefoot museum is an inviting, unintimidating institution with an almost tangible sense of fun. WHAT MAKES IT SPECIAL: “You’ll find a real diversity of families, and everybody feels welcome,” Long says. “That’s something we’re really proud of, being that place that brings the entire community together.” GIVING BACK: “We spend a lot of our time going out into the community, bringing our mission of promoting learning through play,” he says. The outreach includes regular trips to Stony Brook Children’s Hospital and the Retreat, a local organization that helps victims of domestic violence, as well as weekly programming at the Shinnecock Reservation. HIS PERSONAL CONNECTION:
Long visits the museum with his two young children. “I’m sort of like Hair Club for Men: Not only am I the president, but I’m also a customer,” he jokes. A UNIQUE JOB DESCRIPTION:
“I spend my time thinking about how kids can play. If you ask my elder son, ‘What does Daddy do?,’ he says, ‘He talks on the phone, and he plays.’ How is it possible that I get to play at work?” FAMILY-FOCUSED FUNDRAISER: In July the museum held its ninth annual Family Fair Fundraiser, featuring kidfriendly offerings like rides and games. “The whole idea grew out of families who said, It doesn’t make sense for a children’s museum to have a gala that doesn’t involve kids, so we should have a family day out,” Long says. 376 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, 631-537-8250; cmee.org
PHOTOGRAPHY BY DOUG YOUNG
Founding Cochair, Southampton Arts Center
Now in its fifth season, the Southampton Arts Center hosts a broad range of exhibitions, performances, workshops, classes, and events in the landmarked Grosvenor Atterbury building that previously housed the Parrish Art Museum. WHAT MAKES IT SPECIAL: “First and foremost, the location,” says Levinson. “It’s a 15,000-square-foot facility on a two-acre parcel in the heart of a 400-year-old village that looks like a movie set.” ON THE CALENDAR: Some programming comes via prestigious institutions like the International Center of Photography and Jazz at Lincoln Center. “Our focus has always been on serving the entire community,” Levinson explains. “I’m always thinking about how to engage it.” WHAT DRIVES HER: “I’m humbled by the opportunity to create the framework for other people to share their passions. I get so much joy out of seeing this beautiful building filled with life.” THE SUMMER GALA: The annual SummerFest Culinary Arts Festival, coming up on August 31, gathers 24 celebrated area chefs for a delicious fundraiser on the center’s grounds. “People can stop by for an hour and have cocktails or make a whole evening of it,” says Levinson, who is also this year’s honoree. OFF-DUTY PLEASURES: Levinson loves spending time at the beach, especially Cooper’s, and also in Sag Harbor, where she and her husband keep a boat. Frequent destinations include Shelter Island, where she was married. “It’s great to explore other parts of the Hamptons,” she says. “It’s really a place to decompress.” 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-2830967; southamptonartscenter.org
ROBERT CHALONER President and Chief Executive Officer, Southampton Hospital
The hospital has been serving Hamptonites since 1909. WHAT MAKES IT SPECIAL: “We’re a small-town hospital serving a really, really interesting small town,” Chaloner says. “The services we provide are unique and extensive, given our size and what you’d expect in most small towns.” PREVENTIVE MEDICINE: The hospital supplements its traditional medical and emergency services with yoga and exercise classes and alternative therapies like acupuncture and massage, often at little or no cost to participants. “Our wellness program is intended to keep people healthy and out of the hospital.” THE BEST PART OF HIS JOB: “I hear right away what’s really working,” he says. “That almost instantaneous feedback with the community is really wonderful.” WHAT HE LOVES ABOUT THE HAMPTONS: “It’s just breath-
taking,” Chaloner says. “The 14 miles I drive to work is the most beautiful commute I’ve ever had. It’s like driving through this little picture book of pretty villages.” HOW HE UNWINDS: On weekends he’s usually on his motorboat. “I hop on that boat and dock in Three Mile Harbor. I sit there and just stare out at the scenery.” THE ANNUAL GALA: “I call it the grandmother of all the Hamptons tent parties; it’s the oldest and by far the biggest,” Chaloner says. This year’s gala, the 59th, was held on August 5, with Georgina Bloomberg as honorary chair. WHAT’S NEXT: The hospital recently broke ground on a cancer center scheduled to open next year. 240 Meeting House Lane, Southampton, 631-7268200; southamptonhospital.org
ANDREW E. SABIN President of the Board of Directors, South Fork Natural History Museum and Nature Center
SoFo, as it’s often called, is a museum with a true sense of place. Visitors can observe and touch sea creatures, then take what they’ve learned and explore the Long Pond Greenbelt right outside. WHAT MAKES IT SPECIAL: “It’s the only place on the South Fork where a young person can get a hands-on nature experience and learn about biodiversity—everything from mushrooms to owls to snakes to salamanders to seals,” Sabin says. WHY CHILDREN ARE THE
is a key mission for Sabin, who has protected 252,000 acres around the world and visited 106 countries. As he puts it, “I’m driven by my love of people, the planet, and wanting to leave the earth a better place.” THE ANNUAL GALA: Held in early July, the fundraiser honored Nejma and Peter Beard this year, along with animal conservationists Alan Rabinowitz, who protects the world’s jaguars and tigers, and Chris Fischer, who focuses on great white shark conservation. HOW HE RELAXES: A longdistance cyclist, Sabin often explores the area by bike, as well as by kayak. 377 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, 631-5379735; sofo.org
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PRIORITY: “You want to create the future stewards of the world. Not only do they learn for themselves, they can go back to their parents and say, ‘You know what? I heard the earth is warming.’ If you think the planet is precious, you want young people to experience it and learn.”
HIS IMPACT: Protecting the planet
HOOK, LINE SINKER SOME MAY THINK THE EAST END’S FISHING COMMUNITY IS IN DEEP WATER, BUT A DEDICATED FEW ARE REELING IN FRESH IDEAS TO PRESERVE AN ICONIC TRADITION. By Matthew Wexler Photography by Doug Young
Long before there were oyster happy hours and roadside lobster rolls, the Hamptons fishing community was an integral part of Mid-Atlantic commerce and culture. After the Revolutionary War, Sag Harbor’s port of entry had more squarerigged vessels engaged in commerce than the Port of New York. Over the centuries—and in particular, the past 20 years—dramatic shifts in economics, the environment, and technology have significantly impacted recreational private fishing charters and the commercial fishermen who have dedicated their lives to East End waters. A fresh catch becomes more elusive every season, and whether you’re more interested in what’s piled high on your plateau de fruits de mer or ensuring you don’t go home emptyhanded from your day charter, one thing is certain: There are more opinions than fish in, well, a school of fish.
A CAPTAIN’S TALE “I was always attracted to the water,” says Captain Ken Rafferty, who has been fishing on Long Island for nearly 50 years. Growing up in Manhattan, his exposure to the ocean was an occasional trip to Coney Island. A visit to the East End was a game changer. “Once you’re on the ocean, there’s something about it—a certain scent when you can tell the winds are going to change,” he says. “It’s so clean, it’s hard to describe. I could never move to Kansas. A lake doesn’t do it.” Rafferty moved his family to East Hampton, where a chance encounter with a neighbor changed his fate: He was invited to join a night-fishing expedition and caught a 45-pound striped bass. It wasn’t just the fish that was hooked. Over
time, Rafferty met more captains and gained confidence in his abilities, but he soon found he wasn’t a fan of offshore fishing. “They’d shoot a shark in the head with a shotgun and tie it by its tail, dragging it back to shore to weigh it and take a photo. I didn’t like killing the fish,” he recalls. Rafferty began experimenting with light tackle fishing using spinning reels and found it more challenging than offshore. Today most of his business is catch-and-release. One of the first charters to focus on light tackle and fly-fishing, Rafferty first used a 22-foot jerry-rigged Aquasport. He has since upgraded to a 27-foot custom vessel that attracts novices and pros alike. With nearly two decades of chartering experience, Rafferty has seen a shift in sportfishing interest. A small but passionate number of anglers take to the water each season, often returning to familiar areas to fish with Rafferty. He’s also thrilled to welcome those who have never cast a rod, and delights in their expressions when they hook their first fish. What we’ve lost, however, Rafferty says, is the next generation, which is more interested in electronics or social media than spending a day on a boat with their parents. “We don’t see teenagers anymore. It’s a disappointment, and we miss it.” Those fortunate enough to fish with Rafferty will notice some subtle but significant changes, particularly to his lures. Years ago, he began modifying his hooks to better preserve the fish for catch and release. Now some of his anglers complain that they lose too many fish, to which Rafferty responds, “It just makes you a better fisherman.”
THE LAWMAKER’S STORY Rafferty represents a diminishing number of charter captains who coexist with the East End’s commercial fishing industry. It can be a rocky boat, as plenty of stakeholders want a piece of New York State’s $6.9 billion impact in the US seafood industry. State Assemblyman Fred W. Thiele Jr. is trying to keep the peace—making waves when necessary— and strategizing economic initiatives that also preserve an ever-changing, fragile ecosystem. “I grew up here, my parents grew up here, and one branch of my family tree came here through the whaling industry during the mid-1800s,” says Thiele. “I’ve lived here all my life. My dad used to take me fishing for blowfish off the Long Wharf in Sag Harbor. If you live here, there is salt in your veins. The industry has gotten more difficult. There are fewer fish, and the constraints are greater than ever. I’d like to change some of that.” With his cosponsor, State Senator Kenneth P. LaValle, Thiele introduced a three-bill legislative package to aid the state’s commercial fishing industry. The proposal directs the state attorney general to bring legal action against inequitable fishing quotas; it also establishes a commercial fishing job-development program and an advocate, as well as a task force for promoting the marketing and sustainability of New York seafood. “At times, the government has been hostile toward the fishing industry. There’s a need for conservation; there’s also a need to balance species sustainability with industry economics,” says Thiele. “Our fishermen are under siege like never before from federal and state regulations and a tough economic climate. We need to foster the industry, not strangle it in red tape. These legislative proposals would take critical steps to put New York State on the side of our commercial fishermen.” Though some may believe that Thiele is often swimming upstream
politically, he has succeeded through sheer tenacity. Last year Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation Thiele sponsored that prohibits license holders in marine and coastal-district food-fish landing from bringing in blackfish, or tautog, from waters outside the district for commercial purposes. This has curbed those who’ve been fishing in federal waters and, in effect, using a landing license as a fishing license—impacting both the blackfish population and the commercial fishing industry. With a bipartisan action plan, Thiele also successfully advocated to extend the mandate for non-offset circle hooks in shark fishing, another small but mighty accomplishment to promote higher survival rates for the released catch. And he helped put a bill into statute that provides a safe-harbor exemption to commercial fishing vessels in certain emergency situations, creating, in his words, “greater trust between fishermen and government.”
Conservation Association of New York. (His insights have appeared in The New York Times, among other publications, and he regularly contributes to the Marine Fish Conservation Network’s blog, Fissues.org.) Advocates from government and industry may be swimming in circles looking for solutions, but McMurray views it simply: “There are more people chasing fewer fish. There’s no magic bullet. And you can’t just deregulate.” McMurray says it’s far more catastrophic to overfish than to regulate; speciesspecific data is critical, as is a holistic approach to ecosystem management. “We need some kind of equilibrium,” he says. “Sure, the science has some flaws, but it helps determine what constitutes a healthy biomass and offers good estimates on what we want to keep in the water.” The Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act, a federal law setting fishing quotas, has been a source of contention among fishing charters and commercial fishermen, but one thing should be clear: Compromise is the name of the game. “We’re dealing with a finite resource and many economic layers, which all contribute to who is surviving and who isn’t,” McMurray says. “Big-money boats—trawlers—can stay afloat, while small guys working the bay and fish traps are getting squeezed out. New England has suffered from overfishing of cod, where politics has ruled the day. We don’t want to see that in the Mid-Atlantic.”
THE CONSERVATIONIST ANGLE
SMALL BUSINESS INTERESTS
Although Thiele is making headway, there’s no quick fix for the drastically shifting ecological impact of charters and commercial fishing. So says Captain John McMurray, a former member of the Coast Guard and the first executive director of the Coastal
Private charters embrace the local tradition of recreational fishing, while maintaining a delicate balance with the industry. Montauk Yacht Charters, for example, has been cruising local waters for more than 15 years, offering a luxury experience on a yacht outfitted with sonar equipment and top-of-theline fishing poles. But the locale, owner Adam Steiger says, sells itself. “If you’re in the Hamptons, the only place to really fish is out of Montauk,”
THE SEAFOOD DIET
Sustainable and scrumptious, these dishes based on fresh catches are some of the best the East End has to offer.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY GAVIN ZEIGLER (PAELLA)
Almond Striper-Belly Jerky: Captain Charlie Etzel provides this delicacy, which is soaked in a yakitori marinade, then smoked low and slow for 24 hours. 1 Ocean Road, Bridgehampton, 631-537-5665; almondrestaurant.com
he says. A national historic landmark, the Montauk Lighthouse marks the beginning of the Atlantic, where deepwater fishing can yield shark and tuna. Managing expectations is key, however, and Steiger’s captain and crew take the time to understand their clients’ desires. “Shark fishing is a big request,” he says, “but the water is much rougher offshore.” With business steady, Steiger is committed to offering a luxury experience, which caters to a specific clientele. “People want to spend less money and bring more passengers,” he says, “but this is an immaculate vessel. We want to keep it that way.” Young entrepreneurs like Joe Flotteron, of Peconic Water Sports, see industry potential despite the challenges. “We started as a water sports operator and expanded services based on demand,” says Flotteron, who left a finance job to launch the company in his childhood vacation spot. “While there have been technological advancements in equipment, fishing is fishing, and you still need a good guide like our diehard offshoreman, Captain Rob Lehnert.” Peconic’s business model also adjusts to vacationers’ time constraints. “We’re unique in that we offer an on-demand service,” Flotteron points out. “We’ve found that people’s time on the East End is more tightly scheduled, so we’ll pick you up at your house and take you out for a few hours for a quick fishing experience.” Flotteron is comfortable with regulations allowing charters and commercial fishermen to coexist. “We catch a lot of shorts that aren’t big enough to keep, so we release them back into the waters,” he explains. “I understand the impact on the commercial guys.” He has also witnessed the impact on his staff, which comes from around the world to spend summers in the Hamptons. “They’ve really gotten into fishing, basically to catch their food and return to this idea of living off the land.” Or, in this case, the sea.
Estia’s Little Kitchen Paella (SHOWN ABOVE): Littleneck clams and scallops with flounder, porgy, or sea bass anchor this Spanish showstopper, which also relies on saffron, jasmine rice, sausage, and herbs. 1615 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., Sag Harbor, 631-725-1045; estias.com/sagharbor Sen Usuzukuri: Translating to “thin method,” this dish tests a sushi chef’s skills in fanning out delicate bites of locally caught fluke, accompanied by scallion, ponzu, and grated daikon with shichimi togarashi seven-spice blend. 23 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-1774; senrestaurant.com ABOVE, CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: Fishing equipment on Ken Rafferty’s boat; Joe Flotteron of Peconic Water Sports; charter captain Rafferty has been fishing on Long Island for nearly 50 years. OPPOSITE PAGE, FROM LEFT: “There are more people chasing fewer fish,” says Captain John McMurray; Captain Rafferty at sea.
Gosman’s Broiled Lobsters: Two-pounders are split and oven-roasted with a sprinkling of panko breadcrumbs and butter. Take it to the next level with seafood stuffing packed with lobster, shrimp, and scallops. 500 West Lake Dr., Montauk, 631-668-5330; gosmans.com
| East Hampton, NY Excl. | 4 BR, 3 BA | $1,245,000 | Web#30106 | John Scott Thomas “JT” 631.771.5327 or Robert Stearns 631.771.5317
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East Hampton, NY Excl. | 2 BR, 2 BA | $499,000 | Web#19053
East Hampton, NY Excl. | 3 BR, 2 BA | $995,000 | Web#52048
Christine Esposito 631.702.7510
William “JR” Kuneth 631.771.5319
Margaret Turner 631.771.5314 or William “JR” Kuneth 631.771.5319
Close to the Ocean
Townhouse End Unit
East Hampton, NY Excl. | 4 BR, 3 BA | $1,895,000 | Web# 34801
Southampton, NY Excl. | 3 BR, 3 BA | $895,000 | Web#14822
East Hampton, NY Excl. | 4 BR, 2 BA | $999,000 | Web#10295
Jennifer Linick 631.771.5310
John Manley 631.702.7512
Leslie Hillel 631.771.5311 or Timothy O’Connor 631.771.5321
| 1 BR, 1 BA | $399,000 | Web#12449
Close to the Bay
| Southampton, NY Excl. | 5 BR, 5.5 BA | $1,975,000 | Web#46139 | Janice Hayden 631.702.7513
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New on Buell Lane
East Hampton, NY Excl | 3 BR, 2 BA | $1,195,000 | Web#55419
East Hampton, NY Excl. | 5 BR, 4.5+ BA | $3,970,000 | Web#10845
East Hampton, NY Excl. | 4 BR, 3 BA | $1,295,000 | Web# 54556
John Scott Thomas “JT” 631.771.5327 or Robert Stearns 631.771.5317
Ed Brody 631.771.5306
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Amagansett, NY Excl. | 3 BR, 2 BA | $985,000 | Web#51634
Southampton, NY Excl. | 4 BR, 3 BA | $2,150,000 | Web#25127
East Hampton, NY Excl. | 4 BR, 3 BA | $1,200,000 | Web#13248
William “JR” Kuneth 631.771.5319
John Manley 631.702.7512
Jennifer Linick 631.771.5310
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PARADISE FOUND WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM THEIR FRIENDS, ARIANE AND MAX GOLDMAN TRANSFORMED AN EXTRAORDINARY MIDCENTURY DWELLING INTO A NATURE-INSPIRED WONDERLAND. BY JEAN NAYAR PHOTOGRAPHY BY COSTAS PICADAS
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If anyone proves the old adage that persistence pays, it’s Ariane and Max Goldman. Case in point: the hunt for their East Hampton home. “It was the 40th house we’d seen in our search, and we’d just lost a deal on another house, so our hopes were pretty humble,” says Ariane. “We were looking in January, with three feet of snow on the ground, and it was the last house we saw that day. But as soon as we walked in, we knew this would be our Shangri-La.” Instinctively attuned to artful living, both Ariane, a designer, and Max, a cinematographer, knew they wanted a unique property. “We were looking for this home with soul,” she explains. “We wanted something with a point of view that felt different from the turnkey McMansions you often find in the Hamptons.” And this house fit the bill: Designed and built in 1969 by New York architect Alfredo De Vido as a home With stairs leading to a loftlike perch, the Goldmans' multistory home in East Hampton, originally built in 1969, allows family members to gather in the expansive living room or retreat to their own hideaways as the mood strikes.
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for himself and situated on a beautifully landscaped two-acre site near the northwest woods, the house blends Midcentury Modern style with a classic symmetrical layout, lodge-inspired materials, and barnlike details to
create an enchanting dwelling unlike any other in the area. The house had had only one owner since the architect sold it decades ago, and its original design integrity remained intact. “I knew with a little refreshing, the
place would just come to life,” Ariane says. Respecting its original bones, the Goldmans, who were expecting the first of their two daughters at the time, simply brightened the dark wood-paneled walls with
a coat of white paint but retained the dark ceiling beams and window moldings. Since the pair frequently entertain, they also opened the dining room onto the kitchen, linking the two spaces with a large new island.
clockwise from left: Pink chairs and a wood slab table add a playful touch to the dining area; curios and art left by grateful guests contribute to the décor; an original built-in bed in one of the daughters' rooms is topped with linens by John Robshaw.
EAST HAMPTON WITH WATERSIDE POOL $2,495,000 Lions Head Beach Association community with a private beach and marina rights, this 4 bedroom, 5.5 bath home has every amenity for a modern beach lifestyle. EXCLUSIVE. web#49728 WILLIAM R. STOECKER, Lic. RE Salesperson 516.818.4904 (c)
SAG HARBOR VILLAGE $2,395,000 Fully restored & renovated for modern living, 1850 sq. ft. of living space with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, chefs kitchen plus 250 sq. ft. studio. EXCLUSIVE. web#48983 LINDA S. BATIANCELA, Lic. Associate RE Broker 516.729.8123 (c)
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LIVE IN EAST HAMPTON WITH POOL & BEACH $1,395,000 Spacious 4 bedroom, 4 bath home on stunningly landscaped property with heated salt-water pool. Just a short walk to your private life-guarded community beach in coveted Clearwater area. EXCLUSIVE. web#42198 RICHARD SWIFT, Lic. RE Salesperson 516.455.6820 (c)
MPDERN EAST HAMPTON WATERFRONT ESTATE WITH POOL AND DOCK $2,595,000 Fabulous views from a completely renovated 3,000 sq ft, 4 bedrooms, 3 bath sleek home with open layout ideal for entertaining. Lawn stretches to the water, gazebo, outdoor shower, boathouse and dock. EXCLUSIVE. web#49405 WILLIAM R. STOECKER, Lic. RE Salesperson 516.818.4904 (c)
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“THE INTERIORS HAVE A HIGH-LOW FEELING, WITH KEY INVESTMENT PIECES COMBINED WITH FLEA-MARKET FINDS.” —ariane goldman “Guests are overflowing in our home. It’s too special not to share—even when we’re traveling—so someone is always staying there,” says Ariane, who’s known for her inventive clothing line, Hatch (hatchcollection.com), for expectant and new mothers. “Our attitude is the more the merrier, so it’s like a commune.”
As a result, the décor keeps evolving to make room for wonderful new textiles and curios from places like India and Morocco, where Ariane travels for inspiration and the fabrication of some of her line, as well as accents and artworks that grateful guests have left as housewarming gifts. “The interiors have a high-low
feeling, with key investment pieces combined with flea-market finds,” she says. “You can’t be too precious with kids in the house.” The magical conviviality of the interiors extends outdoors, where a lovely long pool, three ponds filled with goldfish and koi, a gazebo, and a whimsically shaped two-
story guesthouse that was once the architect’s studio contribute to the fairy-tale ambience. “There’s a whole ecosphere here, with gardens and birds and fish and bunnies and families of frogs,” says Ariane. “We just pinch ourselves every time we’re here. It’s as special today as it was the day we got the keys.”
from left: The creative couple and one of their daughters enjoy a summer day on the grounds of their own Shangri-La; the property's Edenesque qualities include this idyllic koi pond and lush vegetation.
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SINGULAR SENSATION THIS REMARKABLE SAGAPONACK PROPERTY MAKES YOU FEEL AT ONE WITH THE WATER.
Situated down a private approach serving seven oceanfront homes, 719 Daniels Lane may be secluded— it even has its own private beach—but its convenient Sagaponack locale offers easy access to all the hamlets of the Hamptons.
If there’s one word to describe 719 Daniels Lane, an oceanfront Sagaponack home by A+M+L Architecture, it may be seamless. “The house has been built in a way so that every piece of wood, every seam, everything has to be perfect,” says Michael Cantwell, chief marketing officer at Bespoke Real Estate, who represents the property. “There’s no room for error.” The floors are constructed from 15-foot lengths of wide-plank French white oak. The windows are floor-to-ceiling glass. And the lighting is flush LED that illuminates without bounce or reflection. This exceptional attention to detail may be one reason why the home imparts a feeling of ultimate relaxation. Take the master bathroom. “The master bath is built out of the house, so as you’re sitting in the bathtub, you’re staring out at the ocean,” says Cantwell. “The house is built in this unique way, so everything is angled toward the water.” From the moment you walk through the front door, you’re hit with a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean—which reappears at nearly every turn, from the glass stairwell to the upstairs bedrooms. “Bedrooms on the east and west of the house have windows that wrap around,” explains Cantwell, “so they’re not just facing south; they go both east and west as well.” The seamlessness continues outside, on the impeccably manicured lawn, replete with juniper, bayberry, and black pine, all of it maintained with irrigation
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BY EMILY WEITZ
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BARONS LANE SOUTHAMPTON OCEANFRONT ESTATE Southampton Barons Lane offers 4.5 acres with 430 ft. of direct oceanfront, and 360-degree views from the ocean across farm fields and ponds. $55,000,000 | 382BaronsLane.com
HARALD G RANT 516.527.7712 email@example.com SOUTHAMPTON BROKERAGE | 50 NUGENT STREET, SOUTHAMPTON, NY 11968 | 631.283.0600 | SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/HAMPTONS Sotheby’s International Realty and the Sotheby’s International Realty logo are registered (or unregistered) service marks used with permission. Operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. Real estate agents affiliated with Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc.
This modern estate was designed to ensure that the ocean views are elegantly framed from every room. TOP RIGHT: One entire side of the house is devoted to the master suite, which features a spa-inspired bathroom and a personal living room.
systems. The custom-designed heated saltwater gunite pool has a waterfall feature and a built-in spa, and everything is controlled by touchscreen. Even the kitchen, with its floor-to-ceiling ocean-facing windows, white marble slab details, and zero-profile sink, reinforces the home’s boundless, edgeless aesthetic, giving you the feeling that you’re sitting on top of the water. At the same time, there’s a sense of seclusion. From the private road that leads to the house to its private stretch of beach, the property is at once exposed and sheltered. “All the rooms have electronic motorized blackout shades,” says Cantwell. “So you’re either in the most beautiful open glass box you’ve ever seen, or you have complete privacy.” Listed for $19,995,000 by Michael Cantwell at Bespoke Real Estate, 903 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-500-9030; bespokerealestate.com
The custom pool includes an overflow spa and wading area. BOTTOM RIGHT: The kitchen features full-height windows, white Statuary and Calacatta Gold marble, Bertazzoni and Viking appliances, Dornbracht fixtures, and a zero-profile sink.
Forgot to turn off the kitchen lights before heading to the beach this morning? There’s an app for that. With smart home technology, control is always at your fingertips. “Any house can be a smart house, thanks to infrared and wireless capabilities,” says Carmine Cornacchio, owner of Cornacchio Electric. “Anything you need or want can be done.” Most popular— and easiest to add to an existing home, he says—are lighting systems like the Lutron RadioRA, which allows users to control the amount of daylight and electric light, as well as the temperature, throughout the house. Cornacchio Electric, 3 Cedar Crest Road, Southampton, 631-287-2159
A verdant lawn on the southern side of the house is the perfect spot for outdoor entertaining.
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PRIVACY NEAR SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE Southampton Unique opportunity for privacy and serenity in the heart of the Hamptons. $1,950,000 | 394MajorsPath.com
SHELTER ISLAND WATERFRONT Shelter Island Contemporary presents graceful scenery and privacy with 300 ft. waterfront. $2,500,000 | 11DickersonDrive.com
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CHIC BEACHSIDE MODERN COMPOUND Sagaponack South Two homes, 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, 80 ft. lap pool, pool bath, private oasis, steps to the ocean $8,995,000 | 108Townline.com
STEPS FROM THE OCEAN, BAYFRONT WITH DOCK, FIRST TIME OFFERING Bridgehampton South 4 bedrooms, 6 baths, guest house, 1.06Â± acres, detached 2-car garage, very private location $8,250,000 | 111PointeMecox.com
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BROADVIEW Amagansett $12,400,000 | BroadviewHamptons.com Beate V. Moore | Associate Broker | 516.527.7868 Frank E. Newbold |Associate Broker | 631.375.4942
BRIDGEHAMPTON BROKERAGE | 2446 MAIN STREET, BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY 11932 | 631.537.6000| SOTHEBYSHOMES.COM/HAMPTONS Sotheby’s International Realty and the Sotheby’s International Realty logo are registered (or unregistered) service marks used with permission. Operated by Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. Real estate agents affiliated with Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc. are independent contractor sales associates and are not employees of Sotheby’s International Realty, Inc.
SPACE REAL ESTATE ROUNDTABLE On Long Island’s coveted North Shore, The Ritz-Carlton Residences in North Hills comprise 244 luxury condominiums with amenities like a 25,000-square-foot clubhouse and resort-style services.
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All that glitters is indeed gold on the North Shore. Here to elaborate are home design specialists Bridget Adams, Harris Cohen, Annemarie diSalvo, and Valerie Manwiller, plus real estate pros Lois Kirschenbaum and Jim Retz. How do you define the Gold Coast? Jim Retz: North of 25A, from King’s Point on the west to Lloyd Neck on the east. That’s an opinion. Lois Kirschenbaum: The topography changes at Jericho Turnpike. JR: It’s an area with a preponderance of homes with architectural integrity, very unique for many parts of the United States. Heavily wooded, a rural DNA, an extraordinary
number of clubs—golf, country clubs, boating. LK: Very wealthy families like the Phippses and the Whitneys, people in the railroad industry and so forth, built their estates on multi-acres. Most of those have been broken up. People look for homes here because of its proximity to the city, yet the quality of life is so great. The schools are acclaimed. Harris Cohen: The open spaces are vast. It’s a beautiful place to live— expensive, but beautiful. JR: It’s the only part of Long Island that feels like time stood still. Annemarie diSalvo: Not only with the architecture— with the towns. What’s better than Oyster Bay? Than Locust Valley? Just
Panelists discussed trends in building and design at Ferguson Showroom. from left: Annemarie diSalvo and Harris Cohen.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY DANIEL GONZALEZ (PANELISTS)
ARE YOU FAMILIAR WITH THE NORTH SHORE— AKA LONG ISLAND’S GOLD COAST? OUR PANEL OF LOCAL EXPERTS REVEALS WHY YOU SHOULD BE. MODERATED BY MICHAEL BRAVERMAN
PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARCO RICCA (INTERIOR); DANIEL GONZALEZ (PANELISTS)
one town after another. You have to go out to the East End to find that quaintness. Just get there before Memorial Day to enjoy it. JR: It’s still nice after Memorial Day. Let’s explore the architecture. AD: The North Shore has a traditional aesthetic. So many beautiful homes built with stone and brick. We see a diminished amount of the contemporary wave. Valerie Manwiller: The customers are very particular. They have an idea of exactly what they want, whereas other people are like, “What do you think?” Even when they build new homes, they’re very old-world-looking. AD: A lot of details— molding packages, built-ins, wainscoting, coffered ceilings. That’s half of my office’s work. Bridget Adams: Even though these beautiful estates have been broken up, people respect that architecture. They’re really stewards of the history. The preservations of these mansions are phenomenal, and the fact that they’ve opened up to the public. LK: The most luxurious community being built out here is Spring Hill, in Old Westbury, which we represent. John Keen is developing it. JR: The Ritz-Carlton Residences in North Hills, right next to Manhasset, are special; 244 luxury condominiums. And Garvies
Point in Glen Cove is a waterfront community—1,100 units, half condos and half rentals— that will have a 28-acre park and a high-speed ferry to New York. It’s a very contemporary, LEED-certified—I’ll call it young—community. How are real estate values? LK: It depends on location and price point. We’re seeing bidding wars in homes up to a million and a half. The luxury market—say, 2 million and above—is more difficult. The dynamic has changed. It’s become fashionable to have a second home in the Hamptons if you live in this area, so it’s much quieter here on weekends in season. A lot of young people are staying in the city, and many are buying that second home in the Hamptons. Before, they might have moved to the suburbs. AD: At that starting price point, every other home is being knocked down.
DiSalvo Interiors transformed a concrete underground “bunker” in Sag Harbor into an updated, cozy home theater. left: Lois Kirschenbaum.
“THE NORTH SHORE HAS A TRADITIONAL AESTHETIC, SO MANY HOMES BUILT WITH STONE AND BRICK.”—annemarie disalvo MEET THE PANELISTS (from far left) Valerie Manwiller, showroom manager, Ferguson, 9 Northern Blvd., Greenvale, 516-953-1700; ferguson.com Annemarie diSalvo, president, diSalvo Interiors, 247 Schenck Ave., Westbury, 516-873-6011; disalvo interiors.com Harris Cohen, owner, Country Carpet, 207 Robbins Lane, Syosset, 516-822-5855; countrycarpet.com Lois Kirschenbaum, associate real estate broker, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, 1400 Old Northern Blvd., Roslyn, 516-4841800; danielgale.com Jim Retz, senior vice president for marketing and technology, Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty, 36 Main St., Cold Spring Harbor, 631-423-1180; danielgale.com Bridget Adams, design specialist, Zicana, 58 Sylvester St., Westbury, 516-279-6909; zicana.com
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clockwise from top: For this private NYC residence, diSalvo Interiors removed walls to create an open, light-filled floor plan, using a palette of gray, cream, and acid green to unify the space; Annemarie diSalvo talking with Jim Retz; diSalvo, Harris Cohen, and Bridget Adams.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY DANIEL GONZALEZ (PANELISTS); ALEX KOTLIK (INTERIOR)
What about design trends? AD: We’re knocking entire walls out, creating new floor plans, moving kitchens. Everyone wants a family room-kitchen combination. Lots of thresholds instead of doorways. Upstairs everything is en suite. For decorating, pale, soft, elegant palettes are still in demand. Luxurious-feeling textiles, carpets; soft, warm walls. Nothing harsh, no explosive colors, everything easy to live with long-term. HC: I’d say the same. We stopped carrying 6-by-9 rugs four or five years ago, and we’ve stopped 10-by-14s and 12-by-15s. We’re doing more silk, viscose, softer nylons—luxurious, more shiny fibers. BA: We get the same thing with stone. People love marble, because it’s soft, but they don’t want it to stain, so that leads into engineered stones that mimic natural pretty well. Porcelain has done amazing trends, and a lot of people like stone to be honed, rather than polished, for a more organic feeling. Again, not really wild. But we do have a client who wants a blue agate countertop. That’s pretty wild. HC: We see a transition to more wood floors, more porcelain floors, especially on lower levels. AD: Sandy changed everything. HC: Even before Sandy. Twenty years ago, it was 85 percent soft floor covering; now it’s 47. VM: My favorite thing is when a customer says, “I’m doing something different—a gray tile with white and Carrara.” Whoa, really different! That’s what everyone’s doing. What are your area favorites? BA: Planting Fields Arboretum brings back the past and its beauty. JR: North Shore beaches are like being on the New England coast— small, quaint, quiet. You just have to figure out how to get into them. LK: Horse trails through the villages. HC: Lots of hiking and biking trails. LK: In Westbury, I can ride right out of my home and onto the trails.
“WE SEE A TRANSITION TO MORE WOOD FLOORS, MORE PORCELAIN FLOORS, ESPECIALLY ON LOWER LEVELS.”—harris cohen
OCEANFRONT PARADISE ON 35 ACRES | MONTAUK $48,000,000 | 35± Acres Including Private Reserve | Ultra-Modern 7,000± sf Home | State-of-the-Art Construction | Secluded Sandy Beach | Pond | Far from Public Beach Access | WEB# 52105
FUNCTION AND FORM IN AN IDYLLIC LOCATION | BRIDGEHAMPTON SOUTH $11,950,000 | Newest Masterpiece by James Michael Howard | 1.08± Acres | 11,590± sf | 7 Bedrooms | 7 Full + 3 Half Baths | Heated Gunite Pool + Spa Poolhouse | WEB# 21814
BOXWOODS | SAGAPONACK SOUTH $19,750,000 | 2.3± Acres | 11,000± sf | Designed & Decorated by James Michael Howard | Pool | Complete Poolhouse | Sunken Tennis | WEB# 50676
MARTHA P. GUNDERSEN Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker 631.903.6131 direct l 631.405.8436 mobile firstname.lastname@example.org
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INSIDE THE BOX DESIGNER ROSS CASSIDY BREATHES NEW LIFE INTO BEACH INTERIORS VIA FUNCTIONAL MINIMALISM.
A Kihon indigo sofa, Bento coffee table, Bento side table, Noren pillow, Shiro floor lamp, and Hida braided border abaca rug, all from CB2 x Ross Cassidy.
BY ALLISON BERG
CB2 x Ross Cassidy’s Obaru dining table, Hea blue abaca rope rug, and Shoji hurricane lantern.
Decorator-to-the-stars Ross Cassidy has cooked up a home décor line for the rest of us. LEFT: CB2 x Ross Cassidy’s Fedo ombré blue lacquer tray.
“THIS IS A CRAZY THING TO SAY AS A DECORATOR, BUT IT’S NOT ABOUT THE FURNITURE. IT’S ABOUT THE BOX.”—ROSS
CASSIDY PHOTOGRAPHY BY DAVID MATHESON (CASSIDY); COURTESY OF CB2 (INTERIORS)
Celebrity designer Ross Cassidy— whose client roster includes Sia, Jeff Probst, and Amber Valletta—has found that refined and purposeful environments begin with great architecture. “This is a crazy thing to say as a decorator, but it’s not about the furniture,” Cassidy explains. “It’s about the box.” This sentiment may seem particularly ironic considering that the former Million Dollar Decorators star recently launched an exclusive new furniture collection with CB2. However, he believes that resources are better spent on structural details when reasonably priced, high-quality design is obtainable from retailers. With a background in graphic design, the self-described antidecorator’s CB2 collaboration features primarily warm, earthy materials and Japanese-inspired pieces that are functional and scaled for comfort. They have personality but they’re also quiet and versatile. Cassidy’s sheesham-wood Obaru dining table, or any of his chairs, for example, would feel equally appropriate in a Hamptons beach house and a city apartment. Ultimately, for Cassidy, it’s all about his client’s lifestyle. If you love cooking while being surrounded by family and friends, build a monumental kitchen island. If you’ve never even opened a can, consider placing your kitchen behind closed doors. “For most people, design is a visual thing,” Cassidy says. “I think of design as experiential. It’s how you live in a space.” cb2.com/ ross-cassidy; rosscassidy.com
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NEW IN SOUTHAMPTON VILLAGE $2,495,000 | Greg McKenzie Design | 2,713± sf | 4 Bedrooms | 4.5 Baths | Heated Gunite Saltwater Pool | Outdoor Fireplace | WEB# 17535
SOUTHAMPTON BAYFRONT COMPOUND $3,250,000 | North Sea Beach Colony | 4 Bedroom Main House | 2 Bedroom Guest House Steps to Sandy Beach | Room for Pool | WEB# 48086
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NEW CONSTRUCTION | SOUTHAMPTON
$2,895,000 | Zoned R40 | 1.18± Acres | Room for Estate Sized Home, Pool + Tennis | Moments to Ocean Beaches | WEB# 3374
$4,795,000 | 1.84± Acres | 9,250± sf Including Finished Lower Level | 6 Bedrooms | 7.5 Baths Bonus Rooms | Heated Saltwater Gunite Pool and Spa | 54EdgeofWoods.com | WEB# 10338
JOHN P. VITELLO Licensed Real Estate Salesperson 631.204.2407 direct | 516.315.6867 mobile email@example.com
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TOP QUOGUE WITH INCREASING DIVERSIFICATION IN THE HAMPTONS, REAL ESTATE EXPERT AND QUOGUE RESIDENT MARCIA ALTMAN HAS ONE THING ON HER MIND...
clockwise from left: Marcia Altman; set on two acres, this Quogue Tuscan-style palazzo with a two-bedroom guesthouse, pool, and tennis court is an Altman exclusive, for $5.675 million; Stone Creek Inn’s zucchini blossoms stuffed with sea scallops and tomato lemongrass sauce.
You’re a true New Yorker. I was born and raised in Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn, and moved here 25 years ago. What’s your favorite Hamptons town? The beautiful Village of Quogue. It’s a quiet, classy beach town, with everything from woodsy properties to beachy areas to glamorous
homes on the bays and ocean. And of course, it’s only 90 minutes from Manhattan! Tell us about your must-go place in Quogue. Whether it’s a cup of coffee, a sandwich, or a full takeout dinner, the Quogue Market is the place to be. Where would you meet someone for drinks or
dinner? The Quogue Club is a private dinner club right in the heart of Quogue. The food is great, and the bar is always hopping. Stone Creek Restaurant has some of the best Frenchinspired food in all the Hamptons. Where do you like to spend a few hours? For enrichment of the
soul, head straight to the Quogue Village beach. It’s only for Quogue residents and renters and has the feel of a private retreat. How did you develop your inside view? Having been a top-selling broker for many years in the Quogue/ Westhampton Beach area, it’s my view that
focusing on one locale cultivates one’s expertise. Knowing the types of residents, their tastes and preferences, shows the pulse and tenor of the entire village. Marcia Altman is a licensed associate real estate broker with Brown Harris Stevens, 70 Main St., Westhampton Beach, 631-288-5004; bhshamptons.com.
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Cutchogue, NY – Magnificent Views
Glen Cove, NY – New Waterfront Gated Community
Low bluff – no flood (x-zone). Deeded dock with 4 ft. mean low tide. Unrivaled views of Haywaters, Fisherman's Beach and Peconic Bay. Fleet's Neck private beach. For the doting hosts – this is your venue. 4 en suite bedrooms and great room has bath. Chef's kitchen. Steps from fabulous private bay beach. Private dock with quick access to bay and Shinnecock. SD #9. MLS# 2957980. $2,100,000. Matthew Gillies, 631.734.5439, c.516.779.0551
Only 6 units available of the 8 luxurious Townhomes and private beach overlooking Hempstead Harbor. Magnificent architectural details, living room with fabulous views and gas fireplace, formal dining, and gourmet kitchen. 2nd floor offers master suite with luxury bath, 2 bedrooms plus 1 full bath. SD #5. MLS# 2861602. Starting at $1,499,000. Shohreh Hakimian, 516.627.4440 ext.500, c.516.647.2676 Soleyman Hakimian, 516.627.4440 ext.501, c.516.849.9666
Cutchogue, NY – Country Sophisticate
East Hills, NY – Country Estates
SD #26. MLS# 2947315. $3,399,888. Dominique Pavlatos, 718.762.2268 c.917.617.3416
SD #15. MLS# 2910902. $2,499,000. Lois Kirschenbaum, 516.484.1800 ext.229 c.516.526.7425
SD #9. MLS# 2900611. $999,000. Cheryl Schneider, 631.298.4130 c.631.766.2598
SD #3. MLS# P1291045. $3,218,000. Tara Matchton, 516.484.1800, c.516.641.2652 Lois Kirschenbaum, 516.484.1800 ext.229
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SD #3. MLS# 2935223. $3,795,000. Bonnie Devendorf, 516.759.4800 ext.111 Katie Cuddeback, 516.759.4800 ext.133 c.516.238.9919
SD #6. MLS# 2947158. $3,150,000. Donna Rubertone, 718.762.2268 c.516.662.7475
SD #6. MLS# 2952981. $3,650,000. Catherine Matteo, 516.627.4440 ext. 243 c.516.313.4466
SD #3. MLS# 2944639. $2,749,000. Mary Patestas, 516.627.4440 ext.392 c.516.652.5840
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SD #2. MLS# 2949049. $2,695,000. Ellen Zipes, 516.626.7600 ext.15, c.516.817.7300 Jared Zipes, 516.6267600 ext.16, c.516.776.7993
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Be inspired sitting in your own backyard enjoying the pool, spa and view. Watch the sailboats as they slowly move past. This magnificent home includes 5 bedrooms and 6.5 baths. Nautical and architectural details bring elegance and style to this unique Estate. SD #7. MLS# 2932320. $13,000,000. Andrea Wiener, 516.484.1800, c.516.578.8853
Magnificent home circa 1868 with every modern amenity. 10 ft. ceilings and stunning architectural details. Charming separate Cottage. SD #2. MLS# 2912034. $3,200,000. Christina (Christy) F. Porter, 516.759.4800 ext.142, c.516.835.5512 Lisa Eastman, 516.759.4800, c.917.796.7414 Peggy M. Moriarty, 631.692.6770, c.516.769.2843
Sea Cliff, NY – Stunning Water Views
Shelter Island, NY – Wooded Level 1-Acre Lot
Shelter Island, NY – Modern Classic
Shelter Island NY – Waterfront Modern
SD #1. MLS# 2923576. $1,099,000. Linda Brown, 516.674.2000, c.516.650.9145 Eileen Heimer, 516.674.2000, c.516.606.6077
SD #1. MLS# 2936534. $395,000. Susan Cincotta, 631.749.1155 c.631.514.9891
SD #1. MLS# P1289412. $925,000. Susan Cincotta, 631.749.1155 c.631.514.9891
SD #1. MLS# 2845047. $1,375,000. Susan Cincotta, 631.749.1155 c.631.514.9891
Shelter Island, NY – New on Market
Shelter Island, NY – A Classic Redefined
SD #1. MLS# 2952369. $3,950,000. Catherine Debackere, 631.749.1155 Bonnie Devendorf, 516.759.4800
SD #1. MLS# 2918292. $4,700,000. Debra Von Brook-Binder, 631.749.1155 c.631.872.2889
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Upper Brookville, NY – New Construction
Sagaponack, NY – “Ocean Breeze”
SD #13. MLS# 2888035. $1,299,000. Cheryl Schneider, 631.298.4130 c.631.766.2598 Linda Donnelly, 516.678.1510, c.516.808.1845
SD #3. MLS# 2891269. $4,958,888. Suzi Chase, 516.759.4800 ext.107 c.516.606.5151
Hear the waves of the ocean from this Hamptons Shingle-style home. This coastal combination of curved gambrel roof and natural cedar shakes lends itself to the ideal South Fork aesthetic. Spacious back porch overlooks manicured gardens, in-ground pool and tennis court. SD #10. MLS# 2957812. $7,999,000. Carol Tintle, 631.298.4130, c.631.335.9003
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Look Instagram-ready at all times this summer with The Outnet’s newest Hamptonsexclusive service. Through September 10, the luxury clothing site offers same-day delivery for Hamptonites who place orders before noon. “Our amazing selection of designer pieces paired with same-day delivery means that our customers in the Hamptons can shop for all occasions, from a beach day or a pool party to a cocktail event or date night,” says The Outnet’s Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing, and Creative Andres Sosa. “The service is perfect for our timecrunched customer who may be looking for that finishing touch to her outfit—or even the entire look!” Favorite collections this summer include March11, a wanderlust-inspired line by Ukrainian stylist Robert Mishchenko, and exclusive styles by Tibi—to name a few. Summer’s hottest looks with less panic and more pool-time? We’re in. theoutnet.com
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High-end contemporary fashion from the likes of Phillip Lim, Iro, and A.P.C. adds a cool urban edge to East End wardrobes. INSIDER TIP: Don’t overlook Blue & Cream’s namesake collection of impeccably fitted closet staples. 60 The Cir, East Hampton, 631-329-1392; blueandcream.com
Legendary Italian fashion designer Brunello Cucinelli graces the Hamptons with this signature shop featuring home goods, luxe ready-towear, and accessories. INSIDER TIP: Keep an eye out for his beloved (and unparalleled) cashmere in both clothing and home products. 39 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-3400; brunellocucinelli.com
SHOPPING AERIN The effortless ease of the Hamptons is perfectly embodied in AERIN’s stunning shop. Luxurious beauty products sit next to elegant home pieces—picture rich golds balanced by soft suedes. It’s no wonder this spot is a favorite among East Enders. 83 Main St., Southampton, 631-3533773; aerin.com
designer Elie Tahari expresses elegance and taste in each collection he creates. 1 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-8883; elietahari.com
ERES This French brand uses high-tech materials that fit like a second skin to fashion unique swimsuits in original cuts. 55 Main St., East Hampton, 631-604-5544; eresparis.com
Since opening their first Hamptons store in 2007, Blue One owners Jarret Willis and Crystal Smith Willis have devoted themselves to their mission: to bring the catwalk to the hamlets’ streets. 2397 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-237-1796; shopblueone.com
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You’ll find everything your closet needs at this spot, filled with an eclectic mix of comfortable, upscale attire and accessories. 21 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-329-0033; calypsostbarth.com
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Noted for its incredible array of swimwear, this store also specializes in cover-ups, sundresses, and everything essential for a stylish resort wardrobe. Think of it as the perfect stop for all your summer needs. 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-5693; everythingbutwater.com
Since 1818, Brooks Brothers’ classic looks have been synonymous with Hamptons style. Often having a nautical theme, the label’s summer staples range from impeccably tailored suits to crisp button-downs for him and her. 48–50 Main St., Southampton, 631-287-3936; brooksbrothers.com
What started as a bookstore and gallery is now an expertly curated concept space featuring contemporary photography, books, home goods, and apparel. 60 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-527-7102; clic.com
ALICE + OLIVIA Stacey Bendet, CEO and creative director of Alice + Olivia, devises colorful, whimsical designs that capture the free spirit of the East End and attract a loyal following. The Southampton and East Hampton boutiques carry a fresh assortment of ready-to-wear clothing and accessories from the designer, as well as a curated selection of specialty jewelry from designers including Lele Sadoughi and Lulu Frost. 79 Main St., East Hampton, 631702-7155; 58 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-204-0164; aliceandolivia.com
FAHRENHEIT 451 Liz Epstein’s boutique offers an array of upscale styles from Marc Jacobs, J Brand, and Shoshanna. 105 Main St., Westhampton Beach, 631-288-5724; shopf451.com
CLUB MONACO Providing East Enders with consummate basics reflecting the area’s relaxed, preppy style, Club Monaco takes it to the next level this summer with special collaborations and items exclusive to its two local stores. 17 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631324-5348; 35 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-0438; clubmonaco.com
FIGUE Founder Stephanie von Watzdorf infuses every print, texture, and color of her statement pieces with artistic and global influences, for a look she describes as gypsy meets jet set. 55
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CHASER Hailing from Los Angeles and “raised on rock and roll,” this contemporary clothing line has chosen East Hampton for its second location. 75 Main St., East Hampton, 631-527-7272; chaserbrand.com
Husband and wife Glenn and Sharyn Bradford have created one of the Hamptons’ top destinations for fine jewelry. Glenn’s stunning designs and expertise have attracted a following across the island and beyond. 10B Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-4009800; glennbradford.com
New York’s hottest fitnesswear store embraces the motto “Dream it. Do it. Be it.”—which also sums up the high-energy feel of the shop and the high-performance quality of the sleek athleticwear and athleisure finds. 44 Main St., Southampton, 631-488-4304; bandier.com
A casual summer look from Orlebar Brown.
This lifestyle concept store, carrying carefully selected items with superior aesthetic appeal, makes its Southampton debut this summer. 28C Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-488-4555; copiousrow.com
ELIE TAHARI Emphasizing exceptional fit for feminine figures, high-end Israeli
GLORIA JEWEL Find comfortable, feminine clothing and accessories from popular and on-the-rise designers at locations across the East End. 125 Main St., Westhampton, 631-998-0882; 36 Main St., Amagansett, 631-907-4095; 2486 Main St., Bridgehampton, 631-6136034; 58 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-604-2695; gloriajewel.com
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tailoring and flawless details throughout her collections. 54 Main St., East Hampton, 631-604-6544; milly.com
Estate Vineyard (139 Sagg Road, Sagaponack, 631-5375106; wolffer.com). Nothing beats Summer in a Bottle on the lawn.” MEET THE CHICKS: “We always tell friends to check out North Sea Farms (1060 Noyac Road, Southampton, 631-283-0735) for locally grown produce, plus a walk around the farm. Don’t forget to say hello to the
MIXOLOGY Shop the hottest of-the-moment women’s fashions, with more than 150 new styles hitting Mixology’s shelves every single week. 148 Main St., Westhampton Beach, 631-6840040; shopmixology.com
chickens!” PARTY ON THE PATIO: “Our favorite restaurant this season is definitely the EMP [Summer House] pop-up in East Hampton (341 Pantigo Road, East Hampton; empsummerhouse.com). We helped with their launch party, and the venue design has a great summer feel. The backyard has lawn games, Adirondack chairs, picnic tables, and tree swings. The lobster roll on the patio is a must.” Vanguard East Agency, 631-275-1807
INTERMIX With styles and designers as eclectic as Alexander Wang, Valentino, and Jonathan Simkhai, you can never go wrong at this on-trend shop. 87 Main St., East Hampton, 631-907-8025; 64 Main St., Southampton, 631-2838510; intermixonline.com
JENNIFER MILLER Jennifer Miller strikes the perfect chord with refined, feminine collections of jewelry, apparel, and accessories. For her diverse fine and fashion jewelry, she infuses luxe materials with a touch of nonchalance, creating chic pieces to take you through the summer. 55 Main St., East Hampton, 631-329-9061; 28 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-2839061; jennifermillerjewelry.com
and modern staples for stylish Hamptons men. 54 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-4440; johnvarvatos.com
JOHNNY WAS This cross-cultural clothing brand takes its name—and its signature bohemian spirit—from the Bob Marley classic “Johnny Was.” 46 Jobs Lane, Ste. 1, Southampton, 631-3533975; johnnywas.com
KIRNA ZABÊTE This beautifully curated store gathers brands you wouldn’t typically find in the Hamptons—Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Saint Laurent—in an imaginative, Pop Art-covered space. 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-527-5794; kirnazabete.com
This Hamptons-bred beauty offers glamorous, free-spirited, bohemian fashion at her Sag Harbor boutique. Nomadic tribal designs are reimagined in her pieces via high-quality fabrics in bright, flirty colors. 11 Madison St., Sag Harbor; joeywolffer.com
Shop this high-end home décor boutique for unique artisanal pieces. The finishing accents for your Hamptons home are sure to be among L’Objet’s curated assortment of treasures. 9 Main St., Southampton, 631-259-2644; l-objet.com
John Varvatos spices up the East End with edgy, rock ’n’ roll-style clothing
Since the 1920s, London Jewelers has provided impeccable jewelry created
by a staff of skilled craftsmen. Services include repairs and custom designs. 2 Main St., East Hampton, 631-3293939; 47 Main St., Southampton, 631-287-4499; londonjewelers.com
MICHAEL KORS One of the most prominent figures in American sportswear, Michael Kors designs clothing and shoes for men and women, plus a full range of accessories, making it easy to put together a head-to-toe ensemble. Americana Manhasset, 2004 Northern Blvd., 516365-3512; 19 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-267-2200; 30 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-2633; michaelkors.com
NILI LOTAN Known for her easy yet elegant slip dresses, Nili Lotan fuses the modernity of city style with the ease of resortwear, producing perfect harmony for Hamptonites. Her minimalist designs also pack a seriously posh punch and lay the ideal foundation for your year-round wardrobe. 38 Main St., East Hampton, 631-3298338; nililotan.com
OLIVER PEOPLES Eyewear options are chicer than ever thanks to this luxury brand, which offers a selection of sleek custom frames—from trendy to timeless, complementing all faces and styles—in its exquisite East Hampton boutique. 53 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-329-4318; oliverpeoples.com
THE PERFECT PURSE With a rare vintage selection of brands such as Chanel, Hermès, and Valentino, this house-front shop from industry experts Alan Stolz and Marc DeLeon is heaven for handbag aficionados. And the service is just as flawless as the products. 27 Hampton Road, Southampton, 631-283-3360
MICHELLE FARMER Originally a jewelry designer, Michelle Farmer now offers unique, luxurious, fashion-forward accessories, ready-to-wear, home décor items, and more at her casual-chic store in Bridgehampton. 2491 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-604-1850; michellefarmer.com
POLO RALPH LAUREN Since 1968, this luxury label has been instrumental in defining the traditional American prep look, putting its clean, classic stamp on everything from tuxedos to tennis skirts. 32 Main St., East Hampton, 631-907-0960; 41 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-2876953; ralphlauren.com
MILLY Milly designer Michelle Smith seamlessly merges American sportswear with Parisian atelier techniques, incorporating precise
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The SOURCE: STYLE handmade surfboards, art, and stylish furniture. 51 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-527-5848; 91 Main St., Southampton, 631-3773981; tenetshop.com
THEORY Contemporary shapes and silhouettes are fashioned from topof-the-line fabrics at Theory. Think airy, lightweight shirts, perfectly cut summer pants, and more for smart summer dressing. 46 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-3285; 98–100 Main St., Southampton, 631-204-0231; theory.com
TOMAS MAIER Originally known for beachwear collections, German-born designer Tomas Maier combines Italian manufacturing practices with relaxed designs. He now offers a full range of men’s and women’s lifestyle products—all infused with his signature casual elegance. 74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631604-6700; tomasmaier.com
TORY SPORT Designer Tory Burch merges her now-iconic look with the world of athletics in her Tory Sport boutique. The nautical-themed shop features high-performance clothing and accessories that are equally feminine and functional. 47 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-907-9150; torysport.com
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Influenced by the elegance of St-Tropez, Vilebrequin’s designs bring the sailing culture and jet-set lifestyle of the French Riviera to the South Fork. 30 Main St., East Hampton, 631-644-5790; 42 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-204-1530; vilebrequin.com
WHAT GOES AROUND COMES AROUND In 1993, college friends Gerard Maione and Seth Weiser opened a vintage fashion paradise. Since then, they’ve added multiple locations, all filled with coveted finds, from Hermès Birkin bags to Louis Vuitton trunks and Chanel earrings. 48 Main St., East Hampton, 631-3240874; whatgoesaroundnyc.com
ZIMMERMANN The feminine and bohemian designs of this Australian label, from floor-length day dresses to chic bikinis, are a perfect fit for the Hamptons. The vibrant colors and exquisite prints are sure to make a statement wherever you go this summer. 27 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-604-6291; zimmermannwear.com
Tennis felt slide, Tory Sport ($148).
STELLA FLAME This singular jewelry designer brings a bit of rebellion to the world of fine jewelry, pairing precious metals of contrasting color with some of the world’s finest stones. The originality and beauty of Stella Flame’s rare creations truly set them apart. 150 Main
St., Sag Harbor, 631-919-5172; stellaflamejewelry.com
TAMARA COMOLLI Employing gorgeous, top-quality diamonds and gemstones, this brand offers a large selection of elegant adornments. 27 Main St. D, Southampton, 631-283-7600; tamaracomolli.com
West Coast meets East at this fashionforward boutique, where designers Jenny Graham and Toni Spencer are inspired by the laid-back style of the country’s best beach destinations. From sundresses and coverups to the perfect T-shirt, Velvet uses the finest materials to create your go-to seasonal essentials. 56 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-2040005; velvet-tees.com
TENET At Tenet, chic downtown dressing meets relaxed resortwear. Carrying clothing for men and women, the caption tk brand injects a dose of cool into its attire and store, which also sells
VILEBREQUIN This iconic brand’s boldly patterned and brightly colored caption tk swimwear can be spotted on beaches across the East End.
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VELVET and Southampton shops. Known for its eclecticism and its wide range of high-quality fabrics, Shari’s shines as one of the East End’s dearest treasures. 29 Main St., Southampton, 631-726-7200; 44 Glen Cove Road, Greenvale, 516-484-7400; sharisplace.com
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AMAGANSETT CLAM BAR This roadside surf shack is famous for fresh seafood dishes and refreshing summer cocktails. Pull off Montauk Highway when you see the yellow signs and you’ve arrived at the ultimate spot for steamers. 2025 Montauk Hwy., 631-267-6348; clambaronline.com
series The Affair), this roadside restaurant also goes by the name Lunch for its iconic neon sign. The lobster rolls, chowders, and by-thepound lobsters are some of the timeless dishes. 1980 Montauk Hwy., 631-267-3740; lobsterroll.com
SOTTO SOPRA Authentic in its Northern Italian focus, Sotto Sopra attracts regulars like Blythe Danner, Cameron Diaz, and Naomi Watts. 231 Main St., 631267-3695; restaurantsottosopra.com
INDIAN WELLS TAVERN This classic spot is a publike eatery with all-American fare that attracts a sports-loving crowd. 177 Main St., 631-267-0400; indianwellstavern.com
LA FONDITA The Honest Man Group’s La Fondita serves traditional Mexican street food in an authentic outdoor fonda setting. INSIDER TIP: Before you leave, be sure to pick up bottles of the housemade hot sauces. 74 Montauk Hwy., 631-267-8800; lafondita.net
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AQUEBOGUE IL GIARDINO This North Fork restaurant brings authentic Italian cuisine to the beach, with the dishes crafted from seasonal ingredients bought from local farms. 739 Main Road, 631-779-3900; ilgiardinoaquebogue.com
Jason Weiner is new chef de cuisine Jeremy Blutstein, formerly of East by Northeast in Montauk, who has vowed to continue supporting the community by using local products. 1 Ocean Road, 631-537-5665; almondnyc.com
BOBBY VAN’S STEAKHOUSE This steakhouse boasts a colorful history, a notable clientele (including Howard Stern, Bruce Springsteen, and Jimmy Fallon), and a commitment to cooking techniques perfected by the founding fathers of New York’s steakhouses. Though its venerable sister spot in NYC celebrates its 48th anniversary this year, Bobby Van’s got its start in Bridgehampton. 2393 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-0590; bobbyvans.com
BRIDGEHAMPTON CANDY KITCHEN A classic luncheonette and soda fountain known for small-town charm, diner favorites, and a loyal celeb crowd. 2391 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-9885
BRIDGEHAMPTON INN & RESTAURANT
This laid-back bistro is a go-to for the area’s A-list, thanks to its local fare and Gallic flair. Joining Executive Chef
The Bridgehampton Inn’s yearold restaurant by Loaves & Fishes continues the celebrated local food
WHO: Co-owner of Southeast Asian restaurant The Lucky Bee.
store’s tradition. 2266 Main St., 631537-3660; bridgehamptoninn.com
ELAIA ESTIATORIO This Greek restaurant is the perfect homage to the native country of owner Sofia Crokos and her husband, Chris, who want diners to feel like they’re having Sunday dinner with family. 95 School St., 631-163-6469; elaiaestiatorio.com
PIERRE’S At this Bridgehampton bistro, you’ll find beachy French fare and luxe St. Barth’s-inspired décor. INSIDER TIP: The upstairs lounge, celebrating its second season, is the perfect spot for after-dinner drinks with a livingroom vibe. 2468 Main St., 631-5375110; pierresbridgehampton.com
TOPPING ROSE HOUSE The restaurant’s one-acre garden produces garnishes for the awardwinning menu, created by acclaimed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. 1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., 631-537-0870; toppingrosehouse.com
WORLD PIE After a fire last year, World Pie is back and better than ever. The casual eatery is family-friendly and serves some of the East End’s best thin-crust pizza. 2402 Montauk Hwy., 631-5377999; worldpiebh.com
SECRET EATS: “I love to grab a banh mi from Wednesday’s Table (53345 Main Road, Southold, 631-876-5251; wednesdays-table.com).
You wouldn’t think to stop off there, because it’s hidden in a car park,
love picking up hot sauce and cigars from Greenport Fire (125 Main
The menu here is devoted exclusively to vegetarian and vegan dishes, including dairy-free soups, sauces, and dressings. 66 Newtown Lane, 631-329-5377; babettesrestaurant.com
St., Greenport, 516-398-7796). They have an awesome selection, and
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they give you a sample if you’re not sure.” FRESH CATCH: “The Dock
This waterfront restaurant is a favorite for fresh seafood and breathtaking views. 39 Gann Road, 631-3293663; baykitchenbar.com
but the food is super authentic and the owner is super sweet. I always grab one on our way to the farmers market.” AN UNLIKELY DUO: “I
in Montauk Harbor (282 West Lake Dr., Montauk, 631-668-9778; thedockmontauk.com) is such a gem. It’s like Disneyland, super kitsch, but the seafood is fresh off the boat. We had the mussels with white wine and garlic and the Montauk clam chowder—it’s safe to say it’s the best I’ve had.” The Lucky Bee, 252 Broome St., New York, 917-262-0329; theluckybeenyc.com
BOSTWICK’S CHOWDER HOUSE Classic fish-shack staples are served in a nautical-themed room. The
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CITTANUOVA This fashionable Milanese-style trattoria serves a menu of casual everyman dishes with prices to match. 29 Newtown Lane, 631324-6300; cittanuova.com
COVE HOLLOW TAVERN The team behind Shelter Island’s Vine Street Café brings a new concept to East Hampton, with great cocktails at the bar and terrific shareable snacks all over the menu. 85 Montauk Hwy., 631-527-7131
DOPO LA SPIAGGIA The Sag Harbor location proved so popular that they’ve opened a second spot in East Hampton. Authentic Italian antipasti and an abundance of fresh pasta dishes are served in a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Mangia! 31 Race Lane, 631-6589063; dopolaspiaggia.com
EAST HAMPTON GRILL
One of Gwyneth Paltrow’s favorites, this specialty-pizza place also serves health-minded pastas and wraps. 104 Park Pl., 631-324-5751; fierrospizzastore.com
Michael’s offers simply prepared steakhouse eats, with specialty cuts every Wednesday night. 28 Maidstone Park Road, 631-3240725; michaelsofmaidstone.com
Andy Cohen raves about the pizzas at this bar and restaurant, owned and run by multiple generations of the Naska family since 1947. 36 Newtown Lane, 631-324-5900; samseasthampton.com
NICK & TONI’S
This rustic East Hampton mainstay boasts an expertly prepared menu of American classics. Owner Michael Nolan knows how to run a room and pack a house, and this tough-to-get reservation is always worth it. 8 Fresno Pl., 631-324-8700; fresnorestaurant.com
The ultimate in Hamptons power dining, Nick & Toni’s continues to draw the A-list with its tried-and-true menu. The pizza oven emblazoned with a dog has become iconic, and the fried zucchini chips are a must the moment you order. 136 N. Main St., 631-324-3550; nickandtonis.com
Enjoy one of the restaurant’s famed Napoletana pizzas alfresco by the heat lamps or some of the Hamptons’ best pasta dishes in the crisp, classic dining room. 104 N. Main St., 631267-3500; serafinarestaurant.com
HARBOR BISTRO Providing breathtaking sunset views, Harbor Bistro has an extensive wine and cocktail menu and serves the freshest local seafood. 313 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Road, 631-324-7300; harborbistro.net
PALM RESTAURANT A first-class steak menu and a formidable wine list attract an equally impressive clientele. Ralph Lauren and his family are among the regulars who often hold court here. 94 Main St., 631-324-0411; thepalm.com
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Locally sourced ingredients and Scandinavian flavors inform the refined New American menu at this deluxe country inn. 207 Main St., 631-324-5006; themaidstone.com
Enjoy traditional pub fare like fish and chips, French onion soup, and gigantic burgers at this laid-back community hub. 10 Main St., 631-324-8555; rowdyhall.com
SERVICE STATION Seasoned restaurateur Michael Gluckman offers classic American comfort food at this new year-round spot. 100 Montauk Hwy., 631-2675603; servicestationrestaurant.com
THE 1770 HOUSE RESTAURANT This colonial inn’s upstairs dining room offers New American cuisine backed by one of the East End’s most extensive wine lists. Raise an extra glass this summer to the restaurant’s 15th anniversary. 143 Main St., 631-324-1770; 1770house.com
Hearty American classics like prime cuts and ribs are prepared in an open kitchen and served in a bistro-style space. 99 N. Main St., 631-3296666; easthamptongrill.com
EAST HAMPTON POINT The dining room at this first-class resort boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and a sunset menu of seasonal specialties. 295 Three Mile Harbor Road/Hog Creek Road, 631-3292800; easthamptonpoint.com
This pop-up spinoff from Manhattan’s Eleven Madison Park is one of the summer’s toughest reservations. The restaurant accepts only American Express cards, and the offerings are extensive, including night- and day-style cocktails, chicken burgers and games in the yard, and of course the white-tablecloth dining that EMP is famous for. 341 Pantigo Road; empsummerhouse.com
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The SOURCE: SCENE SPRINGS TAVERN For over 80 years, Springs Tavern has been a neighborhood hot spot. Its latest incarnation features classic American pub food, a perfect match for the historic photos of the restaurant that line the walls. 15 Fort Pond Road, 631-527-7800; thespringstavern.com
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A family-run, kid-friendly restaurant that boasts hearty Sicilian dishes. 674 Montauk Hwy., 631-996-4550; cucinaeastquogue.com
favorite this season. The location is beautiful, and the staff is
Montauk, 631-669-2410; duryealobsters.com) is definitely a great.” MAGIC MOMENTS: “My favorite way to end a busy Hamptons day is a long beach walk with my wife on Gibson Beach.” Sen, 23 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-1774;
DOCKERS WATERSIDE Dockers takes a detail-driven approach to sourcing its seafood, which it gets from fishermen locally and in Nova Scotia. 94 Dune Road, 631-653-0653; dockerswaterside.com
NEW MOON CAFÉ A winning combination of Texas barbecue entrées and Lone Starinspired Mexican dishes attracts a dedicated clientele. 524 Montauk Hwy., 631-653-4042; nmcafe.com
STONE CREEK INN This intimate French-American spot run by chef Christian Mir and his wife, Elaine DiGiacomo, is perfect for a romantic evening. INSIDER TIP: Look for the new dishes that Stone Creek Inn is debuting this season to celebrate its 20th anniversary. 405 Montauk Hwy., 631-653-6770; stonecreekinn.com
Salvatore Biundo’s family recipes, this restaurant has its roots firmly planted in Italy, and it shows in dishes like clams oreganata. 336 W. Montauk Hwy., 631-594-5744; centrohamptons.com
COWFISH From brunch to dinner, the menu here hits all the right spots, including burgers and sushi. INSIDER TIP: The patio tables are the best spot in the house for views of the canal. 258 E. Montauk Hwy., 631-594-3868; cowfishrestaurant.com
OAKLAND’S RESTAURANT Family-owned for nearly three decades, this waterfront eatery is a great spot for a casual drop-in when you’re craving a superb cocktail in a relaxed setting. 365 Dune Road, 631728-6903; oaklandsrestaurant.net
ORLANDO’S CAFÉ An ideal stop for a quick bite, Orlando’s Café has sandwiches, tacos, and other unpretentious eats to take out, whether that’s back home or back to the beach. 40 W. Montauk Hwy., 631728-2608; orlandoscafe.weebly.com
Whether you prefer surf or turf, they’re both highlights here—an ideal location for a brunch meeting—and both come with the perfect cocktail to match. 295 E. Montauk Hwy., 631723-2323; edgewaterrestaurant.com
An outstanding upscale restaurant for anything from steak to sushi, Prime is also a great place to stop on your trip back home on Sunday. 117 N. New York Ave., 631-385-1515; restaurantprime.com
Founded in 1959, this resort-style restaurant, set on a sprawling property, is run by the Poulakis family. Each room has unique architecture and interior design. INSIDER TIP: If you can’t make it to relax and recharge for the weekend, swing by in the morning for an unbelievably spectacular breakfast. 259 E. Montauk Hwy., 631-728-4166; hamptonmaid.com
The Caribbean cuisine at this “islandstyle hideaway” is superb and the vibe is unexpected in the Hamptons— which is what makes it so fabulous. Come for the rum drinks, reggae, and low-key vibe on Shinnecock Bay. 43 Canoe Place Road, 631-594-3544; rumbahamptonbays.com
CANAL CAFÉ One of the highlights of Hampton Bays is the water views, and Canal Café gives you an unparalleled vantage point, along with a relaxed setting and some of the area’s best local seafood. 44 Newtown Road, 631-723-2155; thecanalcafe.com
CENTRO TRATTORIA & BAR With a menu based on owner
HUNTINGTON PRIME HUNTINGTON A gorgeous restaurant with a lively atmosphere and an extensive steak and seafood menu, plus stunning Huntington Harbor views from the outdoor deck. 117 N. New York Ave., 631-385-1515; restaurantprime.com
MONTAUK ARBOR Now in its second season, Arbor offers a Mediterranean-style menu and a casual-chic vibe. The 40-seat outdoor patio dining area is perfect for summer evenings. INSIDER TIP: The New York City cocktail brand The Garret debuts an outdoor bar this season with a host of mixologists. 240 Fort Pond Blvd., 631-283-5430; arbormontauk.com
BACKYARD RESTAURANT AT SOLÉ EAST A Mediterranean-inspired menu, Saturday pool parties, and Sunday jazz brunches draw a stylish clientele. 90 Second House Road, 631-6689739; soleeast.com
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THE CROW’S NEST INN AND RESTAURANT Seafood and seasoned meat dishes fashioned from organic ingredients complement the restaurant’s rustic charm. 4 Old West Lake Dr., 631668-2077; crowsnestmtk.com
DAVE’S GONE FISHING The newest brainchild of the husband-and-wife team that brought you the popular Dave’s Grill offers a small-plates menu and picturesque Montauk sunsets. 467 E. Lake Dr., 631-668-9190; davesgonefishing.com
DURYEA’S The Lobster Deck, Fish Market, and Farmers Market return for a second season. The menu includes a lobster Cobb salad, a classic clambake, a shrimp basket, and seafood towers featuring raw-bar items and sushi. The revitalized Fish Market offers fresh local seafood for purchase by the pound, as well as sauces and condiments. INSIDER TIP: Check out the Farmers Market for Goodale Farm dairy products, Iacono Farms’ homemade barbecue and teriyaki sauces, Greek yogurt from Nounos Creamery, Mecox Bay Dairy cheese, and Balsam and Bhumi produce. 65 Tuthill Road, 631-668-2410; duryealobsters.com
EAST BY NORTHEAST Featuring a vibrant bar, an outdoor patio, and live music on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, this sleek restaurant and lounge is noted for combining Asian cooking with local seafood and New World wines, plus sunset views. 51 Edgemere St., 631-668-2872; eastbynortheast.com
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The family-style Italian specials here are based on what’s ripe in the restaurant’s two gardens. 11 S. Emery St., 631-668-5574; harvestfortpond.com
Chef Matthew Guiffrida’s second Muse location brings favorites like his Bacon-N-Eggs breakfast salad to the heart of Montauk. 41 S. Euclid Ave., 631-238-5937; museattheend.com
THE HIDEAWAY An unassuming chowder house and bar known for its specialty tequila cocktails. 364 W. Lake Dr., 631-6686592; thehideawaymontauk.com
INLET SEAFOOD RESTAURANT Owned by six commercial fishermen from Montauk, this eatery is the epitome of dock-to-dish. 541 E. Lake Dr., 631-668-4272; inletseafood.com
LA BRISA The homemade guacamole and tortillas are the ideal post-Ditch Plains beach-day treat. 752 Montauk Hwy., 631-668-8338; labrisa.com
MONTAUK YACHT CLUB This relaxing, nautical-chic hideaway features local seafood and water views. 32 Star Island Road, 631-6683100; montaukyachtclub.com
NAVY BEACH Paul McCartney, Robert De Niro, and Cameron Diaz are just a few of the stars who come for the fresh, simply prepared cuisine at Montauk’s favorite beachfront restaurant. INSIDER TIP: For its eighth season, Navy Beach welcomes new items throughout the menu, including crab cakes with pickled vegetables; Korean barbecue aioli and daikon sprouts; and blackened Montauk mako shark with tomatillo salsa, roasted corn, tortilla crisps, and avocado. 16 Navy Road, 631-6686868; navybeach.com
Italian classics at this beachfront hot spot at Gurney’s Montauk Hotel & Spa. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., 631668-1771; gurneysmontauk.com
THE SALTBOX RESTAURANT & BAR This new seafood shack serves pubstyle fare and creative twists on classic cocktails. 99 Carl Fisher Plz., 631238-5727; montauksaltbox.com
668 THE GIG SHACK Executive Chef Gray Gardell-Gross helms a pink-and-orange kitchen that churns out creative renditions of the day’s local catch. 782 Main St., 631-668-2727; 668thegigshack.com
THE SURF LODGE RESTAURANT
Fresh seafood from the culinary team behind The Smile in New York City is served in a bohemian-style setting. 161 Second House Road, 631-6682877; chelseahotels.com
Acclaimed chef Chris Rendell offers an eclectic menu of locally sourced seafood and produce. The vibe is always fun and super-young, and a superb lineup of musical talent is set for the 10th-anniversary season. 183 Edgemere St., 631-483-5039; thesurflodge.com
Enjoy stunning seaside views and
New American bar bites and live reggae draw a casual-chic crowd. 474 W. Lake Dr., 631-668-8344; swalloweastrestaurant.com
Fresh pasta at Centro Trattoria & Bar.
SAG HARBOR THE AMERICAN HOTEL One of the most impressive wine lists in the country and a chef with a prestigious pedigree are just two elements that make this a long-standing French favorite. The coveted seats on the porch, overlooking the town, and the more formal indoor dining room are always packed with diners happy to listen to live music from the in-house piano player. 49 Main St., 631-7253535; theamericanhotel.com
GOSMAN’S DOCK Baked stuffed clams and butterflied fantail shrimp are two of the fresh offerings at this fish-focused Montauk staple. 500 W. Lake Dr., 631-6685330; gosmans.com
BARON’S COVE This hotel is home to an exquisite all-American restaurant, lounge, and bar. The first floor houses a living room with an outdoor area perfect for cocktails, while the upstairs dining
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THE BEACON Located right on the water, this classic bistro is noted for its seafood, particularly the mussels. INSIDER TIP: There are no reservations here, so arrive early, give them your name, and enjoy a cocktail overlooking the marina. 8 W. Water St., 631-725-
THE BELL & ANCHOR At the Beacon’s sister restaurant, owner David Loewenberg leads the first-class service, while partner Sam McCleland oversees the kitchen. The seafood menu, featuring flash-fried calamari, lobster, and fresh catch from Montauk, always draws a crowd. 3253 Noyac Road, 631-725-3400; bellandanchor.com
DOCKSIDE BAR & GRILL
ESTIA’S LITTLE KITCHEN
This bustling seafood eatery offers waterfront views and a patio inside an American Legion building. 26 Bay St., 631-725-7100; docksidesagharbor.com
Authentic paella, turtle rolls, and tortilla soup are highlights at this family-style spot with a standout breakfast. 1615 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., 631-725-1045; estias.com
DOPO LA SPIAGGIA Fresh pasta and authentic Italian cuisine make this a go-to spot for a meal with friends and family. 6 Bay St., 631-725-7009; dopolaspiaggia.com
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LE BILBOQUET One of NYC’s most popular French bistros makes its Sag Harbor debut. Owner Philippe Delgrange is bringing many favorites, giving Hamptonites the chance to enjoy his beef carpaccio and Dover sole from a perch on the bay. 1 Long Wharf, 631-808-3767
LT BURGER Mouthwatering burgers and irresistible milk shakes anchor this casual eat-in or take-out hot spot in Sag Harbor. The child-friendly vibe makes it a family favorite. 62 Main St., 631-899-4646; ltburger.com
LULU KITCHEN & BAR This bistro features a wood-burning grill and oven to give every dish that perfect summer flavor. Chef Philippe Corbet’s menu keeps the sunny vibe going with Mediterranean-inspired dishes, such as the vegetable pot-au-feu. 126 Main St., 631-725-0900; lulusagharbor.com
MUSE IN THE HARBOR A rustic Main Street staple offering New American plates by chef Matthew Guiffrida. 16 Main St., 631-899-4810; museintheharbor.com
The New American dishes feature hyperlocal vegetables, grown on the bistro’s in-house aquaponic produce wall. 63 Main St., 631-725-1810; page63main.com
SEN The head chef, known simply as Tora-san, crafts an incredibly diverse seafood menu. 23 Main St., 631-7251774; senrestaurant.com
WÖLFFER KITCHEN The East End’s first winery-owned restaurant combines seafood-focused dishes with sustainably produced wines. 29 Main St., 631-725-0101; wolfferkitchen.com
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The SOURCE: SCENE SAGAPONACK TOWNLINE BBQ Sourced from the barbecue mecca of central Texas, the menu at Townline BBQ (from Honest Man Group, which also owns Nick & Toni’s) focuses on the meat itself, with the joint’s famous sauce served on the side. INSIDER TIP: Don’t miss the weekly karaoke nights, with the staff often getting in on the fun. 3593 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-2271; townlinebbq.com
SHELTER ISLAND 18 BAY RESTAURANT A Victorian house sets the scene for a dinner-only, four-course Italian chef’s tasting menu that changes weekly. 23 N. Ferry Road, 631-749-0053; 18bayrestaurant.com
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SHELTER ISLAND HOUSE A beautifully appointed country inn with dining in the gardens and classic cocktails at the lounge bar. The Tavern, 11 Stearns Point Road, 631-7495659; shelterislandhouse.com
SUNSET BEACH Arriving via seaplane or boat is an option at André Balazs’s chic hotel. The Mediterranean bistro’s menu is filled with simply delicious items, like grilled octopus, shrimp on the plancha, and mussels. 35 Shore Road, 631-749-2001; sunsetbeachli.com
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Local bands on weekends, a vibrant crowd at the Shipwreck Bar, and an extensive raw bar make this a popular neighborhood hangout. 63 S. Menantic Road, 631749-5535; saltshelterisland.com
A one-stop shop for specialty and gourmet goods, this waterfront market has a raw juice bar, deli, pizza parlor, and coffee shop. 184 N. Ferry Road, 631-7490003; marieeiffelmarket.com
New American fine dining within an expansive beachfront resort. 81 Shore Road, 631-7490476; pridwin.com
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This romantic inn resembles Mount Vernon, with rolling green hills and farm-to-table fare. 108 S. Ram Island Dr., 631-7490811; theramsheadinn.com
RED MAPLE AT THE CHEQUIT The super-seasonal menu consists of shareable plates, an extensive selection of vegetable side dishes, and “Simply Composed,” which allows diners to pick and choose mains and sides. 23 Grand Ave., Shelter Island Heights, 631-7490018; thechequit.com
Simple ingredients speak for themselves at this home-awayfrom-home eatery. 41 S. Ferry Road, 631-749-3210; vinestreetcafe.com
CLAUDE’S Alfresco dining at its best, using ingredients fresh from the on-site garden. 91 Hill St., 631-2836500; southamptoninn.com
THE COAST GRILL This harborfront restaurant hasn’t changed the seafood menu much since opening in 1985—and with good reason. 1109 Noyack Road, 631-283-2277
JOBS LANE GASTROPUB A perfect spot for elegant Italian cuisine right at the beach, this restaurant boasts an impressive wine and cocktail menu to complement any meal.
10 Windmill Lane, 631-2878703; jobslanegastro.pub
KOZU The menu here is infused with the flavors of Peru and Japan. INSIDER TIP: Keep your eyes open for a joint venture in NYC from Kozu owner Zach Erdem and the Upper East Side’s T-Bar Steak & Lounge. 136 Main St., 631-619-6660
LE CHARLOT The local outpost of the New York City favorite serves bistro fare and Parisian ambience on the East End. 36 Main St., 631-353-3222; lecharlot.us
LE CHEF This French-Continental bistro is popular among local notables, including Hilaria and Alec Baldwin. 75 Jobs Lane, 631-2838581; lechefbistro.com
LITTLE RED Enjoy the best of bistro fare at this casual sister restaurant of the nearby Red Bar. 76-C Jobs Lane, 631-2833309; littleredsouthampton.com
OREYA With flavors ranging from Spanish to Greek to Israeli, Oreya is like a tour of the Mediterranean in the heart of Southampton. 281 County Road 39A, 631-5009055; oreyahamptons.com
THE PLAZA CAFÉ A skillful menu of inventive seafood dishes is complemented by an expertly curated wine list. 61 Hill St., 631-283-9323; plazacafe.us
PUBLICK HOUSE It’s brews and bar fare galore at this popular Southampton hangout. 62 Jobs Lane, 631-2832800; publick.com
RED BAR BRASSERIE With its comfort-driven menu, this has become a family favorite. 210 Hampton Road, 631-2830704; redbarbrasserie.com
SANT AMBROEUS An elegant Italian setting with a menu of refined dishes, plus panini, gelato, and espresso. 30 Main St., 631-283-1233; santambroeus.com
75 MAIN A pretty locale for an even prettier crowd that comes for modern Italian cuisine and excellent service. 75 Main St., 631-283-7575; 75main.com
SILVER’S Open only for lunch, Silver’s doesn’t take reservations and is known above all for its lobster roll and soups. 15 Main St., 631283-6443; silversrestaurant.com
SIP’N SODA This family-run eatery has served diner favorites, hearty breakfasts, and made-on-site ice cream for generations. 40 Hampton Road, 631-283-9752; sipnsoda.com
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SOUTHAMPTON SOCIAL CLUB Not only a premier nightlife spot, Southampton Social Club, helmed by Ian Duke, offers classic American fare along with live music and a sizeable patio space. 256 Elm St., 631-2871400; southamptonsocialclub.com
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Owner Gabby Karan De Felice, daughter of Donna Karan, oversees this well-appointed restaurant, which serves exquisite Italian food. INSIDER TIP: The multiple dining rooms are gorgeous, but the tables to score are on the patio, with its rustic vibe and manicured privet. 56 Nugent St., 631-377-3611; tuttoilgiorno.com
UNION CANTINA Ian Duke, the owner of Southampton Social Club, and chef Scott Kampf team up for a Mexican eatery. 40 Bowden Sq., 631-377-3500; unioncantina.net
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The SOURCE: SCENE WAINSCOTT BREADZILLA A wide selection of fresh takeout soups, sandwiches, and baked goods. 84 Wainscott NW Road, 631-5370955; breadzilla.com
THE SEAFOOD SHOP
Behind the humble storefront await celebrity sightings, excellent beach clambakes, and fish fries. 356 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-0633; theseafoodshop.com
This quintessential Japanese joint serves fresh sushi, robata grill specialties, and sakes in a simple space. 688 Montauk Hwy., 631-726-4600
BABY MOON RESTAURANT Since 1970, Baby Moon has been serving authentic Southern Italian cuisine prepared with homemade ingredients. 238 Montauk Hwy., Westhampton Beach, 631-288-6350; babymoonrestaurant.com
The best cookies in the Hamptons— period. 354 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-8570; levainbakery.com
Inspired by his many vacations to the Greek Islands, James Mallios, managing partner of this buzzy new restaurant, and Executive Chef Dominic Rice have big plans for summer. Expect plenty of seafood, but with the bold, bright flavors of the islands. 1020 Montauk Hwy., 631-500-9292; calissahamptons.com
A little slice of Sicily, Osteria Salina is known for authentic Aeolian cuisine and patio seating. 108 Wainscott Stone Road, 631-527-5396; osteriasalina.net
Rent out the garden room for a private party with farm-to-table fare. 670 Montauk Hwy., 631-726-4444; mannarestauranthamptons.com
LA CAPANNINA Don’t let the modest exterior fool you. La Capannina is home to one of the best slices on the East End. 364 Montauk Hwy., 631-537-2626; lacapanninapizza.com
CASA BASSO Kitschy medieval décor (including a castle) only adds to the experience at this old-time Italian eatery. 59 Montauk Hwy., 631-288-1841; casabasso.net
JOE’S AMERICAN GRILL A menu of comfort classics is the draw
at this consistent and casual locale. 240 Montauk Hwy., Westhampton Beach, 631-288-3232; joesamericangrill.com
STARR BOGGS Fresh seafood is served in a landmark historic home-turned-restaurant. 6 Parlato Dr., Westhampton Beach, 631-288-3500; starrboggsrestaurant.com
ACROSS THE HAMPTONS THE GOLDEN PEAR A local favorite, this café offers everything from scrambled eggs with cheddar to premium smoked Scottish salmon. Specialty coffee blends and fresh-baked goods are perfect for at-home brunch gatherings. 99 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-8900; 2426 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-537-1100; 34 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-329-1600; 111
Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-2270; goldenpearcafe.com
HAMPTON COFFEE COMPANY What began more than 24 years ago in a 1940s-era service station is now a must-stop local group of espresso bars and cafés serving breakfast, lunch, and small-batch, hand-roasted coffee. INSIDER TIP: This season, dinner service in Water Mill debuts! 272 Main Road, Aquebogue, 631-779-2862; 749 County Road 39A, Southampton, 631-353-3088; 869 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-726-2633; 194 Mill Road, Westhampton Beach, 631-2884480; hamptoncoffeecompany.com
MARY’S MARVELOUS At this beloved family spot, sweet and savory baked goods like scones and quinoa cakes are crafted in-house. 207 Main St., Amagansett, 631-267-8796; 105–107 Newtown Lane, East Hampton,
HOTELS AND INNS THE BAKER HOUSE 1650 This regal luxury inn with the aesthetic of an English manor can rival any five-star hotel. Complement your beach days with tea times and a visit to the exquisite spa. 181 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-4081; bakerhouse1650.com
BARON’S COVE This lush waterfront resort offers the best of the Hamptons, with superb dining options, exquisite sunset views, and crisp, white-linen interiors. INSIDER TIP: Skip the second-floor suites and book a room on the ground floor to minimize the steps between the pool outside and your rosé inside. 31 W. Water St.,
Sag Harbor, 844-227-6672; baronscove.com
This is the definition of the quaint country home. With wood accents in each room and the homey touch of patterned curtains and pleated lampshades, this cozy inn is the perfect place to get out of the city and decompress. 2266 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-5373660; bridgehamptoninn.com
A luxe B&B from one of the first families of the Hamptons, this house has represented American luxury since 1873, through the hard work and dedication of the Hedges family. New features include morning yoga on the front lawn and access to five separate beaches in the area. 74 James Lane, East Hampton, 631-3247101; thehedgesinn.com
An iconic destination (and the only year-round resort in the Hamptons), Gurney’s offers pristine luxury on one of the most beautiful beaches in the area. INSIDER TIP: Book a spa day ahead of your stay and take advantage of the incredible array of treatments and fitness classes this summer. 290 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 631-
This landmark building is nestled on a street that National Geographic once called one of “the most beautiful Main Streets in America.” Its association with the Palm Restaurant means a superb menu is paired with excellent people-watching among the power dinners. 94 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-0411; thepalm.com/Huntting-Inn
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TOPPING ROSE HOUSE
Above Zach Erdem’s Kozu, this boutique hotel makes the most of its space with clean design, simple interiors, and close proximity to the center of town. 136 Main St., Southampton, 631-334-1883; hotel-ze.com
A mainstay of luxe living in the Hamptons, Topping Rose House offers cottages with an indooroutdoor breeziness and a fantastic restaurant from Jean-Georges Vongerichten. INSIDER TIP: Book your dinner at Jean-Georges well in advance; since he took the helm last season, it has become the hottest spot for weekday lunches as well as weekend dinners. 1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton, 631-537-0870; toppingrosehouse.com
INN AT WINDMILL LANE The goal of this cozy, modern inn is to provide its guests with peace and relaxation. With in-room fireplaces for brisk summer nights, it’s the ideal place to come back to after a day in the sun. 23 Windmill Lane, Amagansett, 631-267-8500; innatwindmilllane.com
THE MAIDSTONE Walpole Outdoors superbly addresses your lifestyle choices whatever your location. Our structures are handcrafted in AZEK, an advanced material that looks just like natural wood, yet is low maintenance. To schedule a free at-home design consultation, call 800-343-6948 or visit 779 Montauk Hwy, Water Mill walpoleoutdoors.com TM
“A HAMPTONS WATERFRONT DESTINATION LIKE NO OTHER.”
Taking a modern approach to timeless appeal, this hotel offers contemporary art and design throughout its traditional American residential building, with bold colors and moody room tones. 207 Main St., East Hampton, 631-3245006; themaidstone.com
QUOGUE CLUB One of Quogue’s first real hotels, the Quogue Club began as a farmhouse before being transformed into a luxury boutique hotel. Enjoy the fabulous dining room and the splendid cocktails at the bar. 47 Quogue St., Quogue, 631653-0100; quogueclub.com
1770 HOUSE Exemplifying Hamptons elegance with a first-rate dining room, headed by chef Michael Rozzi, and exceptional accommodations, this beautiful hotel deserves all the accolades it’s received. 143 Main St., East Hampton, 631-3241770; 1770house.com
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From weddings to corporate retreats, the Southampton Inn is the consummate venue for any occasion, with delicious dining options and a pool to cool off in on the hottest days. 91 Hill St., Southampton, 631-283-6500; southamptoninn.com
WHITE FENCES INN While fairly new on the scene, this bed-and-breakfast in the heart of Water Mill is one of the most luxurious on the East End. Innkeepers Eric and Liz Broda oversee every detail, from the daily breakfast, using fresh seasonal ingredients from local purveyors, to the beautifully appointed pool with blue-and-white-striped loungers to bask in. 371 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-500-9013; whitefenceswatermill.com
CULTURAL CENTERS THE ARTIST STUDY This nonprofit gallery, academy, and studio supports artists from all walks of life as they create what inspires them. The result is some of the most nuanced and eclectic work in the area. 25 Hampton Road, Southampton, 631-603-5514; theartiststudy.com
BAY STREET THEATER The place to be for live theater in Sag Harbor, Bay Street mounts productions big and small, from children’s shows like Goat on a Boat to Hamilton producer Andrew Lippa’s show The Man in the Ceiling. 1 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-9500; baystreet.org
BRIDGE GARDENS A beautiful, carefully sculpted oasis at the center of Bridgehampton for
more than 20 years, the gardens span over five acres of Peconic Land Trust property. 36 Mitchell Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-2833195; peconiclandtrust.org
BRIDGEHAMPTON MUSEUM Step back in time and experience the look and feel of the East End from the days of its earliest settlers, through the Civil War, and up to the present. 2368 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-537-1088; bridgehampton historicalsociety.org
BRUCE NAGEL GALLERY See the beautiful, eclectic work of one of the area’s most accomplished architects—without having to drive around all day—by visiting his own personal gallery. 69 Main St., Westhampton, 631-283-8855; brucenagel.com
CRUSH CURATORIAL This Amagansett collective is run by the artists themselves, allowing them complete freedom of expression, from idea to installation. 68 Schellinger Road, Amagansett; crush-curatorial.com
ERIC FIRESTONE GALLERY With an impressive roster of must-know artists of tomorrow, this gallery showcases their work in exhibitions that span the spectrum of mediums and genres. 4 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-604-2386; ericfirestonegallery.com
GUILD HALL The epicenter of arts and culture in the Hamptons, Guild Hall—now under the leadership of Andrea Grover—offers everything from Tchaikovsky to Richard Avedon to Jay Leno. 158 Main St., 631-3240806; guildhall.org
ILLE ARTS Surrounded by fishermen and
clam diggers, this homestead-goneart house is the perfect place to catch the latest waves in contemporary art and design. 171 Main St., Amagansett, 631-905-9894; illearts.com
MADOO CONSERVANCY Established in 1967 by artist and writer Robert Dash, this lush Sagaponack garden is a tranquil escape from the stresses of daily life. 618 Sagg Main St., Sagaponack, 631-537-8200; madoo.org
PARRISH ART MUSEUM The best place to see contemporary work—from local artists and touring exhibits—that embodies East End life, Parrish Art Museum is the connection between the art of the Hamptons and the art of the world. 279 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-283-7006; parrishart.org
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The former home of Jackson Pollock and his wife (and a current outpost of Stony Brook University), this art center embraces the same avant-garde approach to art as its previous inhabitants did. 830 SpringsFireplace Road, East Hampton, 631-324-4929; stonybrook.edu/ comcms/pkhouse
SOUTHAMPTON ARTS CENTER A hotbed of art and culture, the Southampton Arts Center offers speakers, musical performances, dance classes, and much more as it heads into its fifth season. 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-2830967; southamptonartscenter.org
THE WHITE ROOM GALLERY This contemporary art gallery showcases both emerging and established artists working in all mediums. 2415 Main St., Bridgehampton, 917-526-2767; thewhiteroom.gallery
CTREE at Sebonack
Thursday, August 24, 2017
Honorary Chairperson, Georgina Bloomberg Event Chairs: Tami Maines and Michelle Farmer Platinum Sponsors Katy & Greg Carey Detergent Marketing Tami & David Maines Maines Paper & Food Service, Inc. Colleen & Tagar Olson
Gold Sponsors: Anonymous Autism Kitchen Bakery deFrance Valerie and Matt Blondell Susan and Tim Davis Dircks Foundation Discovery Land Company Ed Hollander Indian Ridge Provisions Dr. Elizabeth Poynor
Please join CTREE for a Cocktail Reception & Silent Auction to celebrate
Horses Changing Lives
Thursday, August 24, 2017, 6-9 pm Sebonack Golf Club, Southampton Featuring music by Hopefully Forgiven and a superb silent and live auction that includes Chanel, Gucci, Hermés, Castello Banfi Tuscany, Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman, Lady GaGa tickets and so much more! For sponsorship info or to purchase tickets call 631-779-2835 or go to ctreeny.org CTREE is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides equine-assisted therapy to children, adults and veterans with cognitive, physical or emotional disabilities.
to benefit the Center for Therapeutic Riding of the East End
The SOURCE: SPACE ARCHITECTS APD ARCHITECTS Austin Patterson Disston has mastered the modern approach to the traditional country home with sleek details, like grid windows, and sharp designs. On each project, the firm works closely with the future resident to create a space that stays true to the surrounding land while adding an innovative spirit. 44 Quogue St., Quogue, 631-653-1481; apdarchitects.com
BATES MASI + ARCHITECTS
fulfill any vision of the dream home. With luxe interior designs and stylish wood exterior finishes, this firm’s work needs to be experienced in person to fully appreciate its beauty. 631725-9842; jamesmerrellarchitects.com
MARTIN ARCHITECTS In partnership with 4MA, Martin Architects supplies every project with the best, from architect to builder to interior designer. The firm specializes in environmentally sensitive sites and has an extensive bank of resources to turn to for each client’s specific needs.
For more than 50 years, Bates Masi has been providing New York City and the East End with extreme attention to detail and environmental enrichment. 132 N. Main St., East Hampton, 631725-0229; batesmasi.com
2913 Montauk Hwy., Sagaponack, 631-613-6555; martinarchitects.com
ROBERT YOUNG ARCHITECTS Thorough, creative investigation of the possibilities of each site is the foundation of every design from Robert Young Architects. By integrating aesthetics with geography and interior details, the team can turn any client’s initial notion into the perfect home. 2273 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 212-924-9865; ryarch.com
BUILDERS/ DEVELOPERS 4MA BUILDERS Focusing on quality and satisfaction, and with long-standing relationships with trusted local subcontractors, 4MA provides cost-effective, high-end residential construction. 2913 Montauk Hwy., Sagaponack, 631-613-6558; 4mabuilders.com
ABSTRACT BUILDERS With three decades of residential construction experience in the Hamptons, Abstract Builders is a contractor you can depend on to create the home of your dreams. East Hampton, 631-527-5195; abstract.builders
N. ZAPPOLA & ASSOCIATES BLAZE MAKOID ARCHITECTURE
Offering remodeling and custom design services, this general contractor has experts in every field to handle requests ranging from beachside abodes to country farmhouses. 631-527-5505; zappolaconstruction.com
Creating luxury modern architecture in the most sought-after locales has been the mission of this firm since opening in 2001. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Blaze Makoid and his team have been recognized by The New York Times and others for their innovative contemporary designs. INSIDER TIP: Makoid was fêted in the press in 2013 for the stunning way he met new flood elevation requirements for a structure on Daniels Lane in Sagaponack—making him a go-to resource on the subject. 7 Tradesman Path, Ste. 4, Bridgehampton, 631-5377277; blazemakoid-architecture.com
SAGAPONACK BUILDERS With deep roots in real estate development and luxury design, this firm is acclaimed for its unparalleled, ultraluxurious residences. 2414 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-830-0090; sagaponackbuilders.com
TELEMARK Not only is Telemark a leading construction firm noted for its integrity and craftsmanship, but the company also offers property services and energy audits. 367 Butter Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-537-1600; telemarkinc.com
BRUCE D. NAGEL Bruce Nagel’s work blends modern and traditional design to produce architecture that feels new and contemporary while still having function and practicality at its core. 153 Chardonnay Dr., East Quogue, 631-283-8855; brucenagel.com
JAMES MERRELL ARCHITECTS From modern box-frame masterpieces to porch-lined farmhouse-style abodes, James Merrell Architects is ready to
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The go-to source for custom surfaces when crafting luxe kitchens, Zicana specializes in an impressive variety of gemstone, natural stone, engineered quartz, and porcelain surfaces. 516-279-6909; zicana.com
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WHO: Founder of luxury letterpress and engraving design studio Pickett’s Press. MORE THAN SKIN-DEEP: “Knockout Beauty in Bridgehampton (2400 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, 631-899-3401) is an absolute must-hit spot! My friend Cayli [Reck] is the owner, and she stocks the best organic and wholesome products for skin and face. I’ve learned so much from her.” SUMMER FAVORITES: “To me, Aerin’s wonderful shop in Southampton (83 Main St., Southampton, 631-353-3773; aerin.com) is the best for unique and elegant summer accessories and gifts. Every time I buy a present for someone else, I end up getting something for our home, too!” WINE TIME: “I never hit a party without bringing a fish-shaped wine cork screw from Homenature (6 Main St., Southampton; 19 Pond Lane, Southampton, 631-287-6277; homenature.com) as a hostess gift.” Pickett’s Press, 146 E. 74th St., New York, 917-742-5388; pickettspress.com
closely with homeowners from Manhattan to Montauk. 10095 Main Road, Mattituck, 631-298-4223; reneesmattituck.com
SEA GREEN DESIGNS Sea Green’s boutique homefurnishings store will customize sizes, finishes, and fabrics for unique ecofriendly decorating. 40 Jobs Lane, Southampton, 631-259-3612; seagreendesignsllc.com
DÉCOR JANGEORGE Jan and George Rutgers’s interior design firm brings a distinctly beachy yet European feel to its work, with sleek brands like B&B Italia and Flos. 17 Madison St., Sag Harbor, 631-899-4848; jangeorge.com
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INTERIOR EXPERTS AMY HILL DESIGN Serving Manhattan and the Hamptons, Amy Hill Design offers a variety of fabrics, furniture, and accessories to help you suit your interior to your personal tastes. 631-338-2121; amyhilldesign.com
CALIFORNIA CLOSETS This family-owned closet-design company has been a Hamptons mainstay for decades—and for good reason. The newly renovated showroom, located just off Main Street in Southampton, features the hottest new European trends in storage design for every room in your home. 619 Hampton Road, Southampton, 631-737-2224; californiaclosets.com
CLOSET FACTORY From the closet to the laundry room to the garage, Closet Factory provides organization strategies to declutter any house by creating sleek storage spaces. 290 Duffy Ave., Hicksville, 800-838-7995; closetfactory.com
DAN SCOTTI DESIGN
Dan Scotti’s designs are individually tailored to the homeowner’s needs, taking into consideration the lifestyle of each client and employing his signature style: clean lines, neutral tones, and luxury textiles. 917-4394172; danscottidesign.com
A full-service, award-winning luxury interior design studio, Hampton Design specializes in magnificent residential kitchens and baths; it also offers furniture design and project management. 7 Tradesmans Path, #11, Bridgehampton, 631-537-7200; hamptondesign.com
ELSA SOYARS INTERIORS With her European heritage and experience in luxe living, Elsa Soyars has created some of the most elegant interiors in the Hamptons. Using the finest fabrics and taking a traditional approach to home décor, she is well versed in all aspects of her craft, from architecture to selecting art. 300 N. Sea Mecox Road, Southampton, 631-875-1694; elsasoyars.com
GALBAN INTERIORS Margarita Benacerraf was raised in Spain before moving to New York. She has spent her life traveling the world and has grown to appreciate the best in different cultures. These global influences shine through in her approach to interior design, with every piece telling a unique story. galbaninteriors.com
MABLEY HANDLER Mabley Handler specializes in interiors that capture the classic look of the Hamptons. Sticking to the enduring principles of the East End’s clean, white, shingle-style homes, this team has become one of the most successful in the area. INSIDER TIP: This year the designers debuted a collection with Kravet that focuses on their traditional blue-and-white palette while also including weathered furniture pieces, all with a Hamptons feel. 34 Head of Pond Road, Water Mill, 631-726-7300; mableyhandler.com
RENEE’S The leader in chic home furnishings in the Hamptons, Renee’s has become a one-stop shop for everything from core furniture to accent pieces. Its interior design team works
This stylish high-end home décor boutique, specializing in artisanal pieces for the chic set, now offers a brand-new exclusive collection of pillows, throws, napkins, and tableware. Find the perfect finishing touch to your Hamptons home with these thoughtful, superbly curated items. INSIDER TIP: This season, founder Elad Yifrach is partnering with Figue on a summer pop-up shop of bohemian finds. 9 Main St., Southampton, 631-259-2644; l-objet.com
SERENA & LILY One look at the wide selection at Serena & Lily may convince you to make this your one-stop shop for home décor, whether you’re decorating the living room, the nursery, or the patio. 332 Montauk Hwy., Wainscott, 631-537-5544; serenaandlily.com
SYLVESTER & CO. Offering chic modern items that add just the right dose of fun and personality to a room, this boutique specializes in décor that has a playful side without skimping on quality. INSIDER TIP: In addition to the quirky pieces it carries, the shop also
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The SOURCE: SPACE serves Dreamy, some of the best coffee in the Hamptons. 103 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-5012; sylvesterandco.com
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URBAN ZEN Donna Karan’s Urban Zen focuses on items that lend balance and serenity to any home. With a clean palette and minimalist design, the store itself embodies the theme, serving as an oasis of tranquility. 4 Bay St., Sag Harbor, 631-7256176; urbanzen.com
WEST | OUT EAST From the architecture, interior design, and decorating firm WCA, West | Out East’s West Chin is renowned for his lively contemporary take on everyday design. He’s also been ranked as one of the city’s 100 best decorators by New York magazine. 25 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 631-324-3103; westouteast.com
An award-winning pool builder, Gibbons Pools has been hailed for its wide-ranging services: from new construction to restoration projects to maintenance and repairs. 171 Bridge Road, Islandia, 631-8513000; gibbonspools.com
HAMPTON POOL COMPANY The hassle of cleaning your pool or spa will be a thing of the past thanks to the experts at Hampton Pool Company, who’ll ensure you can always come home to a relaxing dip in water that’s pristine. 12 Foster Ave., Bridgehampton, 631-537-7665; 537pool.com
J. TORTORELLA CUSTOM GUNITE POOLS The elegant, streamlined style of this firm’s pools is guaranteed to outlast any fleeting trend. From traditional
geometric designs to free-form shapes, each pool brings a backyard landscape to life. 1764 County Road 39, Southampton, 631-283-7373; tortorella.com
and gardens are as individual as each of us. Its full-service approach accommodates village homes, oceanfront sites, and woodland properties. 141 Maple Lane, Bridgehampton, 631-537-9672; harmoniainc.com
PRISTINE POOLS The highly trained team at Pristine Pools designs and installs pools, water features, and spas that complement any landscape—and helps you maintain them season after season. 631-324-8240; swimpristinepools.com
KING & CO. Known for its flawlessly maintained properties, King & Co. establishes a close relationship with its customers to understand their particular needs and vision. Bridgehampton, 631-537-0860; Southampton, 631-287-0959; kinglandscapeco.com
LAGUARDIA DESIGN GROUP GROUNDWORKS LANDSCAPING Founded by three East Hampton locals, Groundworks promises detailed landscape design concepts that suit the client’s lifestyle and budget. 530 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-324-7373; groundworkslandscaping.com
LaGuardia’s forte is innovative approaches to classic design. Found in some of the most iconic Hamptons residences, its landscaping creates a delicate balance between indoor and outdoor spaces, allowing them to work together seamlessly. 860 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, 631-726-1403; laguardia designgroup.com
Harmonia believes that landscapes
Believing that “perfection is in the details,” Michael Derrig and his team deliver cohesive, innovative, beautifully executed landscapes. 103 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, 631-329-3000; landscapedetails.com
MARDERS This much-admired firm has had a hand in many of the Hamptons’ most stunning outdoor spaces. INSIDER TIP: The grounds of Marders include a shop filled with coffee-table books, candles, and faux flowers for arranging. Additionally, the team offers planting classes and visiting birds of prey for kids to experience. 120 Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, 631-537-3700; marders.com
From big trees to tiny flowers, Frederico Azevedo helps homeowners achieve the perfect balance of life in their yard. The team specializes in the feng shui of outdoor spaces, particularly with plants native to the Hamptons. 2249 Scuttle Hole Road, Bridgehampton, 631-725-7551; unlimitedearthcare.com
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THE END MY PERFECT DAY “Nothing provides me with more clarity and fortitude than a sunrise meditation in Montauk,” says Dr. Scarlett Magda (LEFT). RIGHT: XOX, Raindrop, Butterfly, Bar, and Dreesen 14k gold and white sapphire ankle bracelets from Stella Flame. BELOW: Nova Mihai Popa’s Bell Tower at Nova’s Ark Project.
BEST VET BETWEEN EXPLORING THE WORLD, RESCUING ANIMALS, AND PROMOTING WILDLIFE CONSERVATION, VETERINARIANS INTERNATIONAL FOUNDER AND PRESIDENT DR. SCARLETT MAGDA FINDS PEACE OUT EAST. AS TOLD TO CALLIE CHUTE
The Montauk Point Lighthouse, near Camp Hero State Park.
Coffee (146 Montauk Hwy., Amagansett, 631-267-5555; jacksstirbrew.com) and make my Skype calls to check on the elephants in Thailand, goats in Kenya, and dogs in Chile. I’ll make a stop at Bhumi Farms (131 Pantigo
5 FAVORITES 1. Camp Hero State Park 2. 75 Main 3. Nova’s Ark Project 4. Stella Flame 5. Dopo la Spiaggia
Road, East Hampton, 646496-8364; bhumifarms.com) to get my organic produce and head up to Three Mile Harbor to harvest some oysters from my oyster garden. After making a house call or two, I like to have lunch meetings at 75 Main (75 Main St., Southampton, 631-283-7575; 75main.com), as I always run into familiar faces. I love riding horses in the late afternoon at Nova’s Ark Project (30 Millstone Road, Water Mill, 631537-0061; thearkproject.com), where the perfect juxtaposition of art and nature exists.
On a clear day you can even see the ocean while cantering in the fields! Before dinner, I’ll put some oysters on ice and stop into Stella Flame (150 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-919-5172; stellaflame jewelry.com) to get something custom-made; her story chains are quite special. Dinner at Dopo la Spiaggia (31 Race Lane, East Hampton, 631-6589063; dopolaspiaggia.com) is always fun, especially when I can bring my oysters from the morning and enjoy them with my guests. I couldn’t be more blessed! vetsinternational.org
PHOTOGRAPHY BY DELL CULLUM (MAGDA); STELLA FLAME (JEWELRY); THIERRY VAN BIESEN (NOVA’S ARK PROJECT); FELIX LIPOV/SHUTTERSTOCK.COM (MONTAUK POINT)
“My ideal day starts with setting my intention and a sunrise meditation. Camp Hero State Park (1898 Montauk Hwy., Montauk, 631668-3781) is my favorite place to do that. Then I’ll head to Jack’s Stir Brew
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Published on Aug 8, 2017