Business Briefs for June 9, 2020

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It’s Tiki Taco At K Pasa

K Pasa, 2 Main Street in Sag Harbor, has officially opened Tiki Taco, its outdoor dining location that serves as a taco and tequila garden, open from 5 to 10 p.m. daily with sunset views. Takeout also remains available, as does the restaurant’s margarita window.
For more information, call 631-800-8226 or visit 1-800-taco.com.

The Clubhouse Is Open

The Clubhouse at East Hampton Indoor Tennis, 174 Daniels Hole Road in Wainscott, officially reopened for business on June 30, offering outdoor and indoor dining as well as mini golf from 4 to 9 p.m. Opening with a new team and a new menu, the grounds offer ample outdoor dining opportunities as well as a large indoor dining space able to accommodate social distancing.
For more information, call 631-537-2695 or visit clubhousehamptons.com.

Mariark Welcomes Chilean Designer Maria Cornejo

Matriark, 133 Main Street in Sag Harbor, recently reopened its doors in Sag Harbor and is welcoming Chilean designer Maria Cornejo into the boutique for the first time. Ms. Cornejo will present pieces from Zero + Maria Cornejo’s latest collection on Saturday, July 11, from 1 to 5 p.m. in the shop. Paying homage to her multi-cultural background and dedicated to sustainability, Ms. Cornejo’s pieces are made using modern and responsible design practices that are locally produced. Eighty-four percent of the collection is made in New York City and, for the first time, pieces will be shipped in compostable TIPPA packaging, reducing the brand’s carbon footprint.
Matriark was founded by Brazilian-born, luxury retail entrepreneur Patricia Assui Reed and is inspired by the power of women leaders — past, present and future — and the positive impact fostered by female leadership. By supporting the businesses of women-owned partners and organizations, Matriark’s mission seeks to foster women’s equality through commerce and community.
For more information, call 631-919-5577 or visit matriark.com.

SGF Offers Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy

SGF Acupuncture, 532 Montauk Highway in Amagansett, owned and operated by Sandra Geehreng Foster, has added Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy to its healing services, broadening the scope of therapeutic options for clients. PEMF therapy utilizes high intensity, short duration electromagnetic pulses of energy that safely penetrate the body to help stimulate cell function. By stimulating the body’s cells, proper voltage, nutrient flow, waste elimination and oxygenation are reestablished, optimizing the body’s self-healing and regulating functions.
Gentle and non-invasive, PEMF sessions can be tailored to support the specific needs of each client. PEMF has a cumulative effect, and two to three sessions per week have proven to be particularly beneficial for chronic conditions such as arthritis, osteoporosis, neuropathy, Alzheimer’s, depression and anxiety. Packages are available and can be utilized by individuals or families. Prices begin at $65 for one 30-minute session. Packages include a discounted price for 12 sessions.
In addition to helping with pain and inflammation, scientific research has shown that PEMF therapy can aid in strengthening bone and stimulating tissue healing, aiding the repair and recovery of acute injuries such as fractures, sprains and post-surgical inflammation, reducing stress and fatigue, and supporting restorative sleep. In addition to signature acupuncture treatments, SGF Acupuncture offers a variety of treatments that aid in a multitude of health problems including, but not limited to, ear, nose and throat disorders, respiratory disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, circulatory disorders, urogenital disorders, gynecological disorders, musculoskeletal disorders, psycho-emotional and neurological disorders.
For more information call (631) 267-9500 or visit sgfacupunture.com.

Stop & Shop Expands Same-Day Delivery

Stop & Shop will add three new warerooms and at least 50 more pickup locations in 2020 to support increased e-commerce demand and make it easier for more customers to get Stop & Shop groceries delivered to their door. The brand also just expanded its availability on Instacart, making same-day delivery with Instacart available at a total of 321 Stop & Shop stores. Stop & Shop has hired more than 750 associates since March to support its online operations.
“By adding new warerooms, additional locations for pickup and expanding our partnership with Instacart, we’re rapidly accelerating our e-commerce capacity and making it possible for more customers to shop how and when they want with us,” said Gordon Reid, president of Stop & Shop. “Creating a seamless omnichannel experience was a strategic priority for us prior to the pandemic, and with the increased demand we’ve seen over the last several months, it’s more important than ever that we deliver improved digital solutions and online fulfillment for our customers to shop for the food and other groceries they need.”
Stop & Shop currently operates one warehouse and 21 warerooms across its footprint and will be adding three new warerooms in 2020 to increase e-commerce capacity. Stop & Shop also plans to add pickup to at least 50 more stores by year-end. Launched in June 2019, pickup is currently available at 212 stores and provides Stop & Shop customers with a faster and more convenient way to shop online and pick up their order in as little as four hours. With this service, customers can place an order on Peapod.com, head to their local store and have a Stop & Shop associate load their groceries right into their car.
Stop & Shop also recently expanded its availability on Instacart to 321 locations, making same-day, contactless delivery available now from more than 75-percent of its stores. Customers can visit Instacart.com or download the Instacart app to shop and have the opportunity to utilize their Stop & Shop Loyalty card to earn Fuel Points at checkout.
For more information about Stop & Shop Pickup & Delivery or to place an order online, visit peapod.com.

T-Bar Steak and Lounge Reopens for Second Season

T-Bar Steak and Lounge has reopened for a second season at 268 Elm Street in Southampton.
A sister restaurant to its Upper East Side location, T-Bar Southampton offers outdoor terrace and garden locations for guests to enjoy while at the eatery. Following CDC and health department guidelines, T-Bar Steak management noted in a press release this week that it has spaced out diners on its outdoor patio and continues to offer takeout dining options for those still too nervous to dine-out during COVID-19.
T-Bar Steak and Lounge is led by Executive Chef Segundo Pelaez with restaurateurs and founders Tony Fortuna and Derek Axelrod. The menu features a range of appetizers from zucchini carpaccio with goat cheese, capers, basil and mint to guacamole for the table to the crispy sushi, yellow fin tuna tartar and Vietnamese shrimp rolls.
Entrees include a bevy of items from The Steak Bar, including its black angus porterhouse for two, as well as other items like crusted tuna served with soy, wasabi remoulade and seaweed salad and chicken Milanese made with a chopped salad and lemon. Items like banana parfait Mille Feuilles and a strawberry sundae round out the menu.
For more information, call 631-283-0202 or visit tbar2gosouthampton.com.

Montauk Mike at BookHampton

Nina Ross will bring her children’s book, “Montauk Has a Very Lonely Shark” to BookHampton’s virtual author event on Sunday, June 12, at 10 a.m.
Montauk Mike, everyone’s favorite friendly fish and the star of “Montauk Has a Very Hungry Shark,” returns in a second adventure. Join him in his quest to find a friend of his very own. Toddlers and young readers can join Mike as he sets out to find his one and only friend: the Girl in the Pink Dress. As he travels the waterways and villages of Long Island’s beautiful East End, Mike meets a variety of animals, some helpful and some not.
For more information, or to register, visit bookhampton.com.

Demarchelier Moves to the Menhaden in Greenport

The family owned and operated French bistro Demarchelier Restaurant has arrived on the North Fork. The new incarnation of the Upper East Side classic is currently located at the Menhaden Hotel in Greenport.
Led by siblings Emily and Benjamin Demarchelier, this restaurant is a family affair that builds on the legacy of the Demarchelier family’s eatery in New York. Serving traditional French fare, popular dishes include the steak tartare appetizer, and the duck a l’orange and moules mariniere entrées. The menu is paired with a wide range of predominantly French wines.
Since the original Demarchelier opened in 1978, it has worked to bring a little piece of France to New York. Demarchelier continues to be a family owned and family run restaurant.
Demarchelier will be opening their permanent Greenport location in the fall, recreating the same ambiance as the Upper East Side, just a little more casual.
For more information, visit demarchelierrestaurant.com.

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