Harbor Bistro Kicks Open Its Doors
Harbor Bistro will open for its 13thseason on Thursday, April 19, at 5 p.m. — serving up a fresh appearance, new dishes and mainstay classics.
The menu selection, subject to change, will start with a blackened beef tataki appetizer — a seared rare-thin sliced strip with shiitake mushrooms, pancetta, fresh tomatoes, asparagus spears and lemon-soy butter — as well as a crispy kataifi-lobster bundle and charred tuna tostados.
Entrées will include a pistachio crusted Atlantic swordfish with crisp risotto cake, asparagus and Tahitian vanilla-lobster sauce; Crescent Farms duck breast with orange-walnut fried rice, baby bok choy, roasted peaches and star anise-infused duck glace; and Orechiette Clam Pomodoro with chopped local clams, plum tomatoes, garlic, pancetta, baby arugula, red chili flakes, white wine and fresh basil.
The East Hampton restaurant is located at 313 Three Mile Harbor Road. For more information, please call (631) 324-7300 or visit harborbistro.net.
Sherry Delosh Joins Town & Country
Many people call Sherry Delosh a perfectionist — which the new Town & Country agent considers a skill, paying meticulous attention to detail through each transaction.
“Most importantly, Sherry loves her work as a real estate agent on the North Fork and her clients feel that,” according to a press release. “She understands that her clients’ happiness is what brings about the best relationships, as well as repeat business in the years to come.”
Delosh moved to the North Fork in 2015 after living in the Boston area, the birthplace of her real estate career. With a background in marketing and graphic design, she uses her knowledge of both traditional and digital marketing to maximize exposure for her sellers and provide comprehensive information for her buyers.
“Sherry is dedicated to creating an exceptional experience for her clients,” the press release said, “whether they are buying or selling.”
For more information, please visit townandcountryhamptons.com.
Recycling Is Sexy
Last year, Geek Hampton recycled 1,977 pounds of electronic waste over Earth Day weekend.
This year, they’re determined to beat it.
Stop by the Sag Harbor store, located at 34 Bay Street, on Friday, April 20, Saturday, April 21, and Monday, April 23, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day to drop off a range of electronics: laptop and desktop computers, monitors, printers, copiers, mobile and landline phones, cables and wiring, networking equipment, and power supplies.
The recycling process is safe and secure — the data is destroyed securely and none of the items will end up in a landfill.
For more information, please call (631) 723-3660.