Business Briefs: Pop-up at Baron’s, Cocktails at Manna, Market at Duryea’s

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Summery cocktails at Manna in Water Mill.

Armarium Holds Pop-Up at Baron’s Cove

Armarium is an on demand app that allows users to rent ready to wear luxury clothes and accessories in a pinch. They will be opening a pop-up shop at Baron’s Cove, 31 West Water Street in Sag Harbor from Friday, July 22 to Sunday July 31.

Customers and hotel guests will be able to borrow a variety of ready to wear statement pieces and accessories that just came off the runway. There will be Armi stylists present to help clients craft Hamptons summer outfits that are just right for them, and will even deliver all custom made looks to any address in Sag Harbor on bicycles. The shop will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. Visitors can expect designer pieces from Missoni, Palazzo, Sara Battaglia for Ferragamo, LaDoubleJ, Etro and many more.

Trisha Gregory and Alexandra Lind Rose created Armarium to give customers the chance to “experience high fashion for the moments that matter by offering a luxury experience and product without the high price tag.”

For more information, visit armarium.com or baronscove.com.

Weeknight Cocktail Specials at Manna

Who needs the weekend to celebrate? Manna Restaurant and Bar, 670 Montauk Highway in Water Mill will be offering unique cocktail specials every Monday through Wednesday starting at 5 p.m.

Summery cocktails at Manna in Water Mill.
Summery cocktails at Manna in Water Mill.

Guests can sip on $12 cocktails at the bar or patio on Monday. The Manna cocktail with Prosecco, lemon sorbet and limoncello will be offered at the bar on Tuesday with a canapé prepared by Chef Marco.

Wine tastings will take place on Wednesdays from 5 to 10 p.m., with a different local vineyard featured each week. The tastings include snacks and will cost $30 and offer six vintage wines to choose from.

The other specialty cocktails include the Basilico, Prosecco, basilico, strawberry and agave, the Capri, Vodka, rosemary syrup, lemonade and pineapple, the Daisy De Santiago, white rum, simple syrup, lime, raspberry and mint, and the Lavendar, with Vodka, Yvette, maraschino, and crème di lavender. For more information, call (631) 726-4444 or visit mannahamptons.com

Duryea’s Launches New Gourmet Market

Duryea’s Lobster Deck and Fish Market, 65 Tuthill Road in Montauk was recently renovated and added a 1,200 square foot gourmet market.

The market at Duryea's in Montauk.
The market at Duryea’s in Montauk.

The market is open every day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and sells local produce, cheese, prepared foods, fresh baked goods, coffee and artisanal products. It is modeled after the historic fish market that once stood there and follows a nautical theme with a country twist.

Vendors include Goodale Farm cheese, eggs and yogurt, Panyard macaroons and chocolate bonbons, Iacono Farms BBQ sauce and teriyaki sauce, Nounos Creamery Greek Yogurt, FOODfitness granola, Hamptons Salt Company, Hamptons Honey Company, North Fork Potato Chips and produce from Satur Farms and Good Water Farms.

For more information, visit duryealobsters.com.

Vine Street Café to Host Love Menu Art Pop Up

The Vine Street Café will be hosting a Love Menu Art Pop Up Art Fair on July 26 and 27 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 39 South Ferry Road in Shelter Island.

There will be a Vine Street Café food truck and outdoor seating area where wine and beer will be served. The Love Menu Art archival prints will be available for purchase in several sizes, along with kitchen towels, coaster sets and notecards.

Love Menu Art is an organization that takes menu art from restaurants, bars and saloons, cafes, diners, drive-ins, nightclubs and hotels that will soon be thrown away, and repairs them for presentation as art pieces. The mission is to “make sure these historic and imaginative images that record the colorful history of dining out are not forgotten, but instead are celebrated by the public.”

For more information, visit vinestreetcafe.com.

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