Business: Baron’s Launches ‘Sunset Soirees,’ Gipsy Kings at Calissa, Closing Sale at Main Beach

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The porch at Baron's Cove in Sag Harbor. Photo courtesy of Baron's Cove

Baron’s Cove Launches “Sunset Soirees” — Harborside

After spending a day in the sun, wind down at Baron’s Cove and watch the sun set over Sag Harbor, sipping on a favorite beverage and noshing on raw bar favorites during the hotel’s new Monday night series, “Sunset Soirees,” from 4 p.m. to dusk all summer long.

“Enjoy maritime delicacies such as lobster tail and assorted oyster selections paired perfectly with the hotel’s robust wine and cocktail list and its stunning harbor views,” a press release said. “The weekly event will also feature live music with popular local artist Jon Divello.”

Baron’s Cove, located at 31 West Water Street in Sag Harbor, is open daily for breakfast/brunch, lunch and dinner, serving its new summer menu highlighting American fare and locally sourced ingredients. Executive chef Jay Lippin’s new seasonal summer dishes include heirloom tomato gazpacho; grilled octopus with mango, lime sauce and taro crunch; and sautéed local sea scallops with pea tendrils, fennel, hearts of palm, and blood orange salad.

For more information, call (631) 725-2101.

Gipsy Kings Find Summer Home at Calissa

Calissa may be the Mykonos of the Hamptons, but this summer, the Water Mill eatery is bring in a dose of the French — music, that is.

For three Saturdays — June 22, July 27 and August 24 — the Gipsy Kings will perform their unique blend of traditional flamenco style fused with Western pop and Latin rhythms at the restaurant, located at 1020 Montauk Highway. The menu includes gluten-free and vegan options, sustainable seafood, and an award-winning wine list.

For more information, call (631) 500-9292 or visit calissahamptons.com.

Moving Sale at Main Beach Surf and Sport

It is the end of an era.

The lease is officially up for Main Beach Surf and Sport. And while the Wainscott institution searches for its new location, all clothing will be 20-percent off starting Saturday, June 22, until the store closes in late August.

“They would like to express their deepest gratitude for their local patronage for the last 32 years in Wainscott,” according to a press release.

Main Beach Surf and Sport is currently located at 352 Montauk Highway in Wainscott, with hours Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. For more information, call (631) 537-2716 or visit mainbeach.com.

Charles Charters Returns to East End

After a winter in Palm Beach, Charles Charters’ 50-foot luxury yacht is back in the Hamptons, available all summer long.

Up to 13 guests can easy park and board in front of the charter slip at 3 Mile Harbor in Gardiner’s Marina, taking a glass of complimentary champagne for a bon voyage toast.

“Wine, dine and dance on the bow, balance on a paddleboard, or belly laugh on a ski tube,” captains Karen and Charles Giambalvo said in a press release, adding, “Our only rule is to leave your flip-flops and worries ashore.”

Pricing ranges from a two-and-a-half-hour sunset cruise for $2,500 to a full eight-hour day for $4,900. To make a sunset cruise even more spectacular, book on a full moon evening — July 16, August 15 or September 14.

For more information, visit charlescharters.com.

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