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HAMPTON DAZE

JULY 2013


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INDEX Summer is in full swing! We hope you enjoy our July issue. Jessica Mackin Editor - In - Chief

Jessica Mackin Editor - In - Chief

Snaps : 5 - 12

Jenna Mackin Editorial Director

Calendar : 15

Joe Cipro Food Editor

Art Southampton : 16

Laura Anne Pelliccio Beauty Editor

Party Guide : 17

Peggy Stankevich Photography Editor

Nanette Lepore : 18

ON THE COVER Countess LuAnn de Lesseps poses for Hampton Daze at her Bridgehampton Home. At the table are her Countess Collection plates and place settings by the Lexington Clothing Company. Photography by Nate Best.

Josann Jeffrey Associate Editor

Everything But Water : 19

Melanie Fitzgerald Arts Editor

Solid & Striped : 20 LuAnn de Lesseps : 21 - 25

Tamara Hayes Features Editor

FameHampton : 26

Advertising/Marketing Famehampton.com

The Wizard Of Spa : 28 Contact:

Fresh : 29

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Rivehead Project : 30

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SNAPS

Photos by Jessica Mackin, Rob Rich

Georgica Restaurant & Lounge Memorial Day Weekend

Over Memorial Day weekend at Georgica Bryan Greenberg celebrated his birthday and Jessica White hosted her 4th Annual Angel Wings Foundation Benefit.

nuBest Salon Celebrates 40 Years!

This summer marks the start of something big and bold in Manhasset. As Nubest salon and spa approaches its 40th anniversary, it continues to be an integral part of the professional beauty industry. Located on Long Island’s Gold Coast, nuBest is celebrating 40 years as a full-service salon and spa. With a staff of over 125 beauty professionals, our goal is to make clients feel and look beautiful. Michael Mazzei provides world-renowned services including; hair design, hair color, skin treatments, make-up application, nail services and waxing, all in a cutting edge space of over 20,000 Sq. ft. Michael, his son Jamie, and nephews Vincent and Christian are proud to be an essential part of the beauty community and look forward to continuing their tradition of creativity and excellent service. NuBest salon and spa is located at 1482 Northern Boulevard, Manhasset, NY 11030. Please visit our website at www.nubestsalon.com


SNAPS

North Fork Wine Tasting in June. Stops along the way were Palmer Vineyard, Sparkling Pointe Vineyard and Jamesport Vineyards. Hampton Daze hosted the opening night of SL East Thursdays. Thursdays at SL East take place every Thursday with open bar from 10 to 11 PM, half priced bottles, and music by DJ Biggie.

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Photos by Jessica Mackin

North Fork Wine Tasting

SL East Opening


Wolffer Gatsby Party

Photos by Jessica Mackin, Annemarie Davin

Speak Easy Moderne

Wölffer Estate Vineyards in Sagaponack hosted a Great Gatsby Party. East Hampton Studio presented “Speakeasy Moderne,” New York City’s sexiest 1930’s cabaret party. The show included performances by “Real Housewives of New York” Sonja Morgan, jazz artist Linda Calise, and more.

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Hillary Flowers

Planned Parenthood Benefit

The 26th annual East End Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic Benefit was held under a tent at the Channing Family Sculpture Garden in Bridgehampton over Memorial Day Weekend.

The annual Kites For A Cure benefit for Uniting Against Lung Cancer took place over Memorial Day Weekend at Coopers Beach in Southampton.

Hampton Daze hosted a fashion show with Hillary Flowers at Sky Room in New York City.

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Photos by Jessica Mackin, Richard Lewin

Kites For A Cure


Photos by Jessica Mackin

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“SoFo Rocks” benefit for the South Fork Natural History Museum took place at the Museum in Bridgehampton. The evening honored Susan Cohn Rockefeller and Christie Brinkley. Music by 4AM DJ, DJ Phresh.

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The Ross School in East Hampton hosted Live @Club Starlight with a performance by Cyndi Lauper. Christie Brinkley was honored at the event.

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Navy Beach in Montauk hosted a cocktail party to benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation. The cocktail party, “Honoring our Warriors. Supporting their Families� was the official kick-off to a month of fundraising efforts at the restaurant. Guests mingled with a retired Navy SEAL and Navy SEAL Foundation representatives as well as others from the naval community while enjoying live music by Nancy Atlas, local wines provided by Lieb Cellars, beer from Brooklyn Brewery, and light bites.

Photos by Jessica Mackin, Peggy Stankevich, Daniel Gonzalez

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Live @Club Starlight


Sloppy Tuna

Navy Beach Mixer

Navy Beach Restaurant in Montauk hosted a mixer for the Montauk Chamber of Commerce. A couple of raffles were held and some new items on the menu were sampled.

Photos by Annemarie Davin

Cross Eyed Clam

Memorial Day Weekend at the Sloppy Tuna in Montauk kicked off with the “Book & Bikini” event. Grant Monahan’s book View From The Window and bikinis by Perini Swimwear were celebrated. Charlie O’Connell was the emcee. The Cross Eyed Clam Bar & Grill in Montauk held the event “A Night of Spirit Communication with Janet Russell.”

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The Montauk Chamber of Commerce held a mixer at the Surf Lodge in Montauk. Nancy Atlas and her band performed while guests enjoyed sampling tasty bites.

The ARF Designer Showhouse took place at the ARF Treasure Thrift Shop in Sagaponack over Memorial Day Weekend.

The Fifth Avenue Mary Boone Gallery toasted artist Eric Fischl on the release of his memoir Bad Boy. Co-authored by Michael Stone, Bad Boy follows his life from early childhood to his rise to become America’s foremost narrative painter.

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Photos by Jessica Mackin, Annemarie Davin, Kitty Merrill, John Wegorzewski

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• Parrish Art Museum Midsummer Party • Hamptons Tea Dance Benefit For Empire State Pride Agenda

• Boardy Barn - Every Sunday!

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• Chefs & Champagne benefit for the James Beard Foundation • Hampton Designer Showhouse Preview

• A Taste of Montauk

Bay Street Theatre’s “Rock The Dock” Gala hosted by Susan Lucci 4:20 PM Page 1 Hampton Daze_Bay ST 6/17/13

Bay Street Theatre’s Largest Fundraiser

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Rock the Dock! Saturday, July 20 Hosted by

Susan Lucci! With celebrity auctioneer

Richard Kind!

COCKTAILS • DINNER • DANCING

• GREAT AUCTION PRIZES & RAFFLES!

in Las Vegas! Win a chance to meet Jerry Seinfeld

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• Art Southampton Begins • Coors Light Christmas In July Party at Sloppy Tuna

• Industry Night at the Stephen Talkhouse - Every Tuesday!

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• Super Saturday Benefit for www.ocrf.org • Art For Life benefit for Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation • SpaTini At Gurney’s Inn

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• Great Chefs Dinner benefit for Hayground School’s Jeff’s Kitchen

3 • 21st Annual Mako/ Thresher Mania Tournament at Star Island Yacht Club & Marina. August 2 & 3. • Montauk Playhouse Gala

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ART

Art Southampton

Following the extraordinary success of its inaugural edition last summer, Art Southampton (presented by Art Miami), the premiere international contemporary and modern art fair and marketplace, will return at the height of the social and cultural season this summer on July 25 through July 29. The first Art Southampton was a transformative event on the Hamptons’ cultural landscape and will once again engage the community both socially and culturally and offer a discerning group of collectors the opportunity to acquire and enjoy the highest level of art in the Hamptons, this year with an outstanding roster of the world’s most respected galleries and two special exhibitions: Warhol by Gallery Valentine and the New York Academy of Art Exhibition of famed alumni curated by internationally acclaimed artist Eric Fischl. The following Hamptons galleries will support the fair: Gallery Valentine/East Hampton, McNeill Art Group/Southampton, Birnam Wood Galleries/East Hampton and the Peter Marcelle Gallery/Bridgehampton. The acclaimed art fair will take place in a spectacular 100,000-square-foot pavilion on the grounds of the sprawling 18-acre Southampton Elks Lodge adjacent to the Southampton Golf Club. The fair will commence on Thursday evening, July 25, with a highly anticipated exclusive opening-night VIP private preview for top international collectors, prominent Hampton figures in business, fashion, arts and media, benefiting Southampton Hospital. There will also be an astonishing display and informal modeling of the most fabulous jewels in the world from GRAFF Diamonds. Perrier-Jouët is the exclusive Champagne of the fair and will maintain an exclusive dedicated Perrier-Jouët bar for the duration of the weekend. Art Southampton will host an exhibition of Andy Warhol’s work at the fair.  To accompany the exhibition, which will be organized by Gallery Valentine, there will be a VIP cocktail party and a discussion with several Andy Warhol experts, including Bob Colacello, former Interview editor and author of “Holy Terror: Andy Warhol Close Up;” Lana Jokel, renowned filmmaker and director of Andy Warhol; Ultra Violet, Factory superstar and Christina Strassfield, chief curator at Guild Hall. The New York Academy of Art will be partnering exclusively with Art Southampton. America’s foremost narrative painter and Academy senior critic, Eric Fischl, will curate a special exhibition of works by famed, renowned Academy artists. The Academy will additionally host a VIP event at the Fair supported by a complimentary chartered bus out of New York City. Also on exhibition during Art Southampton will be the artwork of ROSS School students and summer students in a curated exhibition. Award winning LaGuardia Design will design the Art Southampton Sculpture Garden and main entrance of the pavilion. LaGuardia Design actively pursues an interest in how elements of the native landscape, existing topography and neighboring influences help define the

character of each site and look to unify the landscape into a cohesive link firmly connecting architecture and site. Art Southampton has become the destination for numerous museum and young-collectors groups including Whitney Contemporaries, Museum of Modern Art Junior Associates, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Columbia Alumni Arts Patrons, Guggenheim Museum’s Young Collectors Council and members of the Museum of Art and Design, The Contemporaries, New Museum of Contemporary Art, National Academy of Design, Brooklyn Museum, Jewish Museum, Whitney Museum of Contemporary Art, The Parrish Art Museum, Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, East End Arts Council, Miami Art Museum, National Academy of Design, Peconic Land Trust, Norton Museum of Art, Yale University of Art, Princeton University Art Museum, Islip Art Museum and ArtTable among many others. Art Southampton will once again organize scheduled events and complimentary charter bus service for museum and collector groups out of New York City. Southampton Social Club is the Official After Lounge of the fair.  The Southampton Social Club will also showcase a curated exhibition from galleries participating in the fair. Southampton Hospital is a principal beneficiary of Art Southampton. For more information, please visit www.art-southampton.com.  

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PARTY GUIDE Bars, Pubs & Taverns 230 Elm 230 Elm Street, Southampton 668 Gigshack 782 Montauk Hwy, Montauk 668-2727

Indian Wells Tavern 77 Main Street, Amagansett 267-0400 John J. Doran’s 2 West Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays 728-9560

Back Bar at Drivers Seat 62 Jobs Lane, La Superica Southampton Long Island Avenue & 283-6606 Main St, Sag Harbor 725-3388 Barrister’s Restaurant 36 Main Street, Liar’s Saloon Southampton 401 West Lake Drive, 283-6206 Montauk 668-9597 Blue Collar Bar County Road 39, Memory Motel Southampton 692 Main Street, Montauk 668-2702 Boardy Barn 270 W. Montauk Hwy, The Montauket Hampton Bays 88 Firestone Road, 728-9733 Montauk 668-5992 Buckley’s Inn Between 139 West Montauk Hwy, Murf’s Back Street Tavern Hampton Bays 64 Division Street, 728-7197 Sag Harbor 725-9749 The Corner Bar 1 Main Street, Sag Harbor The Point Bar & Grill 725-9760 697 Montauk Hwy, Montauk Cyril’s 668-1500 2167 Montauk Hwy, Amagansett Quogue East Pub 267-7993 Montauk Hwy, East Quogue 653-8799

The Sloppy Tuna 148 South Emerson, Montauk 668-4800 Southampton Publick House 40 Bowden Square, Southampton 283-2800 Stephen Talkhouse 161 Main Street, Amagansett 267-3117 Tide Runners 7 North Road, Hampton Bays 728-7373 Wolfie’s Tavern 15 Fort Pond Blvd, East Hampton 324-4800 Zum Schneider 4 South Elmwood Ave, Montauk Lounges & Restaurants 75 Main 75 Main Street, Southampton 283-7575

Almond 1 Ocean Road, Bridgehampton 537-8885 Andrra 39 Gann Road, East Hampton 329-3663 Barracuda Bar at The Montauk Yacht Club 32 Star Island Road, Montauk 668-3100 Bobby Van’s 2293 Main Street, Bridgehampton 537-0590 Cittanuova 29 Newtown Lane, East Hampton 324-6300 Cowfish 258 E Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays 631-594-3868 Cross Eyed Clam 440 West Lake Drive, Montauk 668-8065 East Hampton Point 295 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton 329-2800

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Georgica 108 Wainscott Stone Road, East Hampton 537-6255 Gurney’s Inn 290 Old Montauk Hwy, Montauk 668-2660 John Scott’s Surf Shack 540 Dune Road, Westhampton 288-5810 Madison And Main 126 Main Street, Sag Harbor Meeting House 4 Amagansett Square, Amagansett 267-2764

Rumba 43 Canoe Place Road, Hampton Bays 594-3544 Saltwater Grill 379 Dune Road, Westhampton 288-1485 Muse In The Harbor 16 Main Street, Sag Harbor 631-899-4810 Sen 22 Main Street, Sag Harbor 725-1774

Sienna 44 Three Mile Harbor East Hampton Navy Beach 631-604-6060 16 Navy Road, Montauk 688-6868 Southampton Social Club 256 Elm Street, Page at 63 Main Southampton 63 Main Street, 287-1400 Sag Harbor 725-1810 Surf Lodge 183 S. Edgemere St, Rowdy Hall Montauk 10 Main Street #B. 668-1562 East Hampton 324-8555 World Pie 2402 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton 537-7999

Clubs Beach Bar 58 Foster Avenue, Hampton Bays 723-3100 Casey’s 233 Montauk Hwy, Westhampton Beach 288-5828 Dream Nightclub 17 Canal Road, Hampton Bays 252-4184 Drift Inn 70 Dune Road, East Quogue Neptune’s Beach Club 70 Dune Road, East Quogue 653-8737 Pink Elephant 44 Three Mile Harbor East Hampton 631-604-6060 South Pointe 125 Tuckahoe Road, Southampton 917-574-4112 SL East 44 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton 907-2790


Fashion

Nanette Lepore

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The schedule:

Fashion designer Nanette Lepore jumps on a chic road trip to the Hamptons in the Styleliner, a carefully curated mobile boutique. This summer, Nanette invites various guests to celebrate the July 3 to July 9 collaboration. Inspired by her bohemian childhood and love of a good party, Nanette was fascinated by the Styleliner’s revamp into the world’s first treasure chest on wheels. The Styleliner, founded by Joey Wolffer, is a twenty-foot potato chip truck completely renovated into a mobile accessories boutique. Unlike a typical shop, as you step into the Styleliner you will find a stylish and inviting retreat with unique, one-of-a-kind pieces that Joey has traveled the world for. Nanette’s Summer ready to wear collection, swimwear, accessories and exclusively designed product for the road trip will be available for purchase in the Styeliner’s mobile boutique. Follow Nanette’s road trip on the Styleliner this summer using the interactive map on our website, www.nanettelepore.com.

July 3 – Bridgehampton Community House, Bridgehampton July 4 – 27 Hampton Salon, Southampton July 5 – Wolffer Winery, Sagaponack July 6 – Wolffer Winery, Sagaponack July 7 – Cyril’s Fish House, Amagansett July 8 – Gurney’s Inn, Montauk (Nanette Lepore’s Summer collection will be featured in a fashion show at Aqua Lounge in Gurney’s Inn on July 8th from 6-8PM) July 9 – Gurney’s Inn, Montauk

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Everything But Water, the largest specialty swim and resortwear retailer in the US, returns for its second season in East Hampton with a luxurious collection of designer looks for the head-to-sandy-toe lifestyle. The location offers a curated selection of the most exciting names in swimwear, resortwear and accessories. The store’s laid-back yet luxe swim shopping experience embodies the fun, relaxed-chic beach vibe of the Hamptons. “Women in the Hamptons appreciate gorgeous style and unique, well-designed shopping environments. We are thrilled to bring our exceptional selection, customer service and fit expertise to this beautiful summer wonderland,” said Sheila Arnold, President and CEO of Everything But Water. “It’s a perfect fit.” The selection, tailored for the discerning Hampton clientele, includes a mix of swimwear, resortwear and accessories, including: Coolchange, Lisa Curran, Eberjey, Shoshanna, Melissa Odabash, Mara Hoffman, Betsey Johnson, Karla Colletto, Letarte, Lenny, Maryan Mehlhorn, Michael Stars, Miguelina, Melissa Shoes, Nanette Lepore, Trina Turk, Vitamin A, ViX and Zimmermann. Visit www.everythingbutwater.com.

The schedule: June 15, Luu and 6 Shore Road designer event, noon - 5 pm              June 22, Mara Hoffman designer event, noon - 5 pm                                June 29, Lisa Curran  designer event, noon - 3 pm                                                               July 6, Eberjey and Coolchange  designer event, noon - 5 pm                                                    July 13, Nicole Schumann and Marysia designer event, noon - 5 pm                                                   

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Blue & Cream d e p i r t S & d Soli

Blue & Cream hosted the Summer 2013 launch of swimsuit collection Solid & Striped at its East Hampton location. Solid & Striped is a collection of men’s and boy’s swimwear conceived in Water Mill by founder Isaac Ross and is made using the finest quick drying fabric woven in Como, Italy. Guests included Jill Stuart, Chloe Malle, John Forte, Judy and Jerry Della Femina, Jessie Della Femina, Brooke Garber Neidich, and Zach Chodorow.

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Best te a N y B y h p ra g Photo By Nicole Digilio

Hair O’Sullivan Makeup By Jenny

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Countess LuAnn de Lesseps has been a star of Bravo TV’s hit series “The Real Housewives of New York City” since it’s first season, six years ago. Hampton Daze caught up with the Countess at her Bridgehampton home where she lives with her children Noel, Victoria and their pup, Aston. Noel designs skateboards and Victoria is an artist. LuAnn’s boyfriend Jacques Azoulay is in the wine business. Over past few years Countess LuAnn has released singles and music videos for her songs “Money Can’t Buy You Class” and “Chic C’est La Vie” on Ultra Records and penned the etiquette book Class with the Countess. She has also been a strong supporter of foundations such as The American Cancer Society, GLAAD, ACE’s SoHo Partnership and has been photographed for California’s NOH8 Campagne. LuAnn has begun filming season six of RHONY, set to premier this fall. She has also recently launched a chic, affordable tabletop line named “The Countess Collection.” For more info visit www.countessluann.com.

Describe your perfect Hamptons summer day: A run on the beach, swim in the ocean and a beautiful salad niçoise. Having lunch at home and hanging out by the pool. That’s the perfect Hamptons day. And playing tennis. Favorite activities to do with your family: Tennis, going to the beach, and cooking. Favorite shopping: Maison 24 for the home, Jogo in Bridgehampton, C Wonder, Catherine Malandrino, and the farm stands. Favorite outdoor activities: Run, play tennis, swim and I play ping-pong with the kids. Jacques and myself vs. Noel and Victoria. Best “Real Housewives of New York City” Moment: Morocco was fabulous. That, and singing with Natalie Cole, that was pretty awesome.


Aston on the front porch. Plates : The Countess Collection www.countessluann.com Placemat, Napkin & Napkin Rings: The Lexington Clothing Co. www.lexingtoncompany.com

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You’re planning a picnic. What is  in your picnic basket? Wine. Jacques is in the wine business. It’s very nice to have a boyfriend in the wine business. Of course my [Countess Collection] plates, you can take them to the beach, you can wash them and you’re not throwing away paper. You can play frisbee with them. Hummus, cheeses, Eli Zabar olive crackers, bottle of rose, and glasses.

Worst “Real Housewives of New York City” Moment: Almost getting thrown off a camel. They’re supposed to be really calm and this one just freaked out. I was lucky. They’re very high off the ground. It’s like falling from a second floor. Tell us about the Countess Collection outdoor dinnerware set: This is the first of my dinnerware collection. I started with melamine because I love melamine for summer, and I use it at home. I decided the first thing I would do is design a new melamine collection. It’s indoors and outdoors. The collection is about my love for entertaining and my passion for travel. This collection is called the “Amalfi Coast” with the coral, from my days when I lived in Europe. What I love about this is that it’s basically unbreakable. It’s chic and affordable. We are also doing porcelain and stoneware as well. This is the first in the collection.

What are you looking forward to most, filming the upcoming season of RHONY? I never know where we’re going to go. I always look forward to the trips we do. Making new friends. Getting rid of ones that aren’t working for me. There are two new girls [this season].

For more info visit www.luanndelesseps.com

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By Annemarie Our July issue is kicking off the red, white and Lu! LuAnn de Lesseps graces our cover with her Countess Collection and it seems that her son, Noel, has that entrepreneurial spirit as well! He founded his company FancyFool Skateboards and started making boards in 2010. The decks have a durability that can last a lifetime being made of smooth Hard Rock Canadian Maple plies. He has also created some tee shirts with some of the freshest designs around. You can shop at local retailers or you can order online and have it shipped to you. You can check out more on www.fancyfoolskateboards.com. Another young entrepreneur hails from Montauk with his book “View From The Window.” Grant Monahan, who was born and raised in Montauk, had a unique concept to take pictures from inside the Ditch Witch, the popular food truck at Ditch Plains that his family owns. He shot over 100 photos of various characters that not only gave an inside look at what defines Montauk, but also shows that each person has their own story to tell. Photography started as a hobby but became a passion for Grant when he started shooting skate sessions in the underground skateboard scene in Charleston, South Carolina where he attended college. His book release party was held Memorial Day weekend at the Outeast Gallery in Montauk where you can currently purchase the book. Sabato/Davin Productions is picking up steam with the many projects that my partner Antonio Sabato Jr. and I have coming up. Our Indiegogo campaign has launched and has a lot of amazing rewards! We know not everyone can donate so we would appreciate it if you could pass along our link. You can visit www.indiegogo.com, type in Intikam The Movie and you’ll see our poster along with my name where you can click to donate and also look at the videos Antonio put up! We also have Sabato Wine which is available direct from Italy and is coming to the Hamptons this summer. Antonio will be out here and we are setting up appearances where he will be signing bottles for fans and doing meet and greets. If you’re interested in having him at your place, let me know and I can set this up for you. We have set up Facebook pages for both the wine and the movie where you can follow us under Sabato Wine and Fans of Intikam. Antonio will be out here filming along with the rest of the cast of the upcoming movie “The Confidence Game” which also stars Eric Roberts, Cathy Moriarty and Deborah Twiss. This movie was casted by Donna McKenna who also casted the movie “Tammy” that Cathy is also in along with Kresh Novakovic and directed by Ante Novakovic. I will be interviewing these amazing brothers sometime this month out here so follow the FameHampton Twitter or Facebook accounts to find

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out when and where and how you can attend to be part of the live audience! Last month I talked about the movie “Junction” and they just won another award! This true to life movie boasts 14 awards so far and the newest award is for Best Director, Tony Glazer, at the AMFM Fest in California. It’s already won awards for Best Supporting Actor, Harris Doran; Best Supporting Actress, Summer Crockett Moore; Best Actor, Neal Bledsoe; Best Screenplay and Best Feature Film Finalist to name a few. You can stay up to date by visiting www.junctionthemovie. com. Some exciting events you don’t want to miss this summer are Bay Street Theatre’s Annual Gala “Rock The Dock” on July 20th, hosted by Susan Lucci along with celebrity auctioneer Richard Kind. Another event you don’t want to miss is the “Diamond In The Rough Gala” at the Montauk Playhouse on August 3rd. One of the honorees is Mr. Drew Doscher who was the biggest independent backer of the playhouse in 2012 with the largest personal monetary donation. Mr. Doscher loves the Montauk community and in fact last summer employed an amazing 65 employees at his establishment, The Sloppy Tuna. He also gives to charities such as Wounded Warriors and Montauk Library and has donated a very large sum to the fireworks both last year and this year. He also got engaged this year on February 22nd to the lovely Donna El-Maadawy so congrats to both of them and congrats on being an honoree this year! If you have any questions or anything to submit or want to find out more about any of these exciting happenings, please email me at annemarie@famehampton.com and see you next month!

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The Wizard Of Spa

By Laura Anne Pelliccio

Beauty Editor, Laura Anne Pelliccio, is opening up her Hamptons Beauty Bag of must-have’s for a weekend getaway in the Hamptons. She also took a survey to see what the guys would bring in their Hamptons bag.

Ladies:

Oxygen Renewal Complex by Spa Technologies www.spatechnologies.com $160 Eyes To Kill Mascara by Armani www.GiorgioArmaniBeauty-USA.com From $30

Gentlemen:

Vitamin Infused Moisturizer from SpaUnique www.SpaUnique.com $105

Serious Shimmer Cooling Spray “Pearl” by Hampton Sun www.hamptonsuncare.com $43

Elemis Energizing Skin Scrub $42

Miracle Skin Transformer “Acne Control” Tinted Face Moisturizer www.MiracleSkinTransformer.com $48

Elemis Smooth Result Shave Oil $27 Carolina Herrera 212 Cologne $80

Rouge for Lips & Cheeks by Bobbi Brown www.bobbibrown.com $25

SPF 35 Continuous Mist Sunscreen by Hampton Sun $30

Bikini Pink Rich Lip Color by Bobbi Brown $24

Swiss Army Knife www.swissarmy.com $26

Sequined Bow Wallet by Aerie www.aerie.com $15

Medicated Chapstick by Burts Bees www.burtsbees.com $3

Sparkle Eye Glitter by MAC www.maccosmetics.com $21

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DINING

Fresh

Fresh opened at the site of the former Southfork Kitchen in mid-May courtesy of chef Todd Jacobs. Jacobs, who earned kudos as the chef at the American Hotel in Sag Harbor in the mid-90s and critical acclaim in Westhampton Beach at Tierra Mar, returns to the Hamptons with a farm-to-table concept that is family-friendly, affordable and accessible. Appetizers, such as “kim chee” pickled savoy cabbage, baby bok choy, carrots, and wild arugula will range in price from $6 to $12. Entrées such as Tandori spiced oven roasted chicken with pan juices and green cardamom are available in three different sizes (1/4, 1/2 and whole); and hemp flour crusted local jumbo fluke filet with organic carrot butter, ginger and lemongrass range in price from $20 to $30. A bar menu will be served until late in the evening. Food will be available for take-away as well. There will also be a full bar and juice bar. Fresh is open for lunch Monday through Friday from 11 AM to 4 PM and for Saturday and Sunday brunch from 10 AM to 4 PM. Dinner is served Sunday through Thursday from 5 to 10 PM and Friday and Saturday from 5 to 11 PM. The restaurant is wheelchair accessible, and takes all major credit cards. No reservations are taken. For more information about Fresh, call 631-537-4700 or visit www.freshhamptons.com.

NEW!! Stop by the harbor’s most popular spot, SAMMY’S! Located next door, serving lunch and dinner daily, featuring fresh fish and seafood, overlooking the harbor. Great place for a cold drink on a hot evening, too!


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The Riverhead Project opened in 2011, but this was my first time having dinner at the restaurant. We enjoyed every bite, compliments to Chef Roy Wohlars. His cooking style is inspired by the farms and waters of Long Island. Wohlars recently joined the restaurant, owned by restaurateur Dennis McDermott, after spending time in Hudson New York assisting Chef Zak Pelaccio with opening his new restaurant Fish & Game. Self-taught, his repertoire draws from stints at Bouchon Bakery in Manhattan to South Edison in Montauk. His acquired skills and innovation make him the perfect fit for the New American restaurant. To start we had the grilled romaine salad with whipped local ricotta, grape tomato, cucumbers, radicchio, shallots and garlic croutons. For an entree it was the Szechuan buttermilk braised fried chicken with baby bak choy, Szechuan peppercorn, la doubanjiang and crispy rice. Also, a side of guacamole and chips. The Riverhead Project is great for people looking for inspired American cuisine. It offers a chic yet warm atmosphere and exceptional service. For more info visit www.theriverheadproject.com.

Montauk’s Favorite Beachfront Restaurant

16 Navy Road, Montauk / 631.668.6868 / navybeach.com


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Hampton Daze Magazine July 2013