Business: L&W Does Thanksgiving, T&C Welcomes Mockridge, Dinner and a Movie

A pint of hummus from L&W Market in Bridgehampton.

L&W Market Has All the Thanksgiving Fixings

It is possible for Thanksgiving to be stress free — at least if L&W Market is involved. But place all catering menu orders by Sunday, November 18, or you’re out of luck.

Hors d’oeuvres, which serve two to six guests, will include tuna stuffed peppers for $15.99, creamed herring for $8.99, whipped feta for $11, hummus for $7, shrimp cocktail for $16, and olive tapenade for $7.99. Lobster salad is available for $64 per pound.

Before the main event, serve a salad of beets, arugula and smoked feta for $36, pumpkin soup for $14 per quart, lobster bisque for $20 per quart, or farro and vegetable soup for $18 per quart.

For the main dish, choose between medium and large turkey — raw, brined, buttered and toasted — for $7.50 per pound, and pair it with a pint of classic gravy for $10.99 per pint.

Sides include classic cranberry sauce and creamed kale for $11.99 each; croissant, celery and sage stuffing for $10.99, or $12.99 with sausage; Yakatori glazed sweet potatoes with scallions, roasted garlic crushed potatoes, sautéed Amagansett greens, roasted Brussels sprouts with pancetta, roasted cauliflower with pomegranates and pine nuts, glazed carrots and cipollinis, rosemary roasted potatoes and roasted delicate squash with maple   for $12.99 each; and Almond classic macaroni and cheese for $14.99. Corn bread for six to eight is $12 and Parker house rolls are $18 per dozen.

And don’t forget dessert! Apple crisp and chocolate croissant bread pudding serve eight to 10 each, available for $60, and pot de crème are $10 each.

All orders must be placed by Sunday, November 18, at 6 p.m. and pick-ups will be available on Wednesday, November 21, from 2 to 6 p.m. or Thanksgiving Day between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.

L&W Market is located at 2493 Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton. For more information, call (631) 537-1123 or visit

Heather Sherwood Mockridge

Town & Country Welcomes Heather Sherwood Mockridge

Heather Sherwood Mockridge, licensed real estate salesperson, has joined Town & Country Real Estate’s Westhampton office with her eye on waterfront homes.

A true East Ender, the Bellport native spent the majority of her years in the Hamptons community before modeling overseas and returning to Long Island. Here, Mockridge founded a fitness business that serves the Remsenburg, Westhampton and Quogue areas.

“Heather’s love of ‘making people feel good inside and out’ is one of the many things that drew her to real estate,” according to a press release. “Her family owns a marine construction company; Heather and her husband are property managers as well, giving her a specialized insight into all aspects of waterfront home ownership. Her organizational skills have served her well in banking, real estate, as well as a senior staff member at Brookhaven National Laboratory.”

In her free time, the mother of four enjoys sailing, skiing and surfing, and volunteering at her sons’ athletic school events. “All of her work experiences combine to make her an excellent member of our T&C office,” the release said.

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YMCA Raised Funds for Long Island Programs

Earlier this month, Winifred “Winnie” B. Mack and Northwell Health were honored during the annual Diamonds and Burlap Auction and Celebration, raising funds and awareness for the YMCA of Long Island’s community-based pre-teen and teen programs.

“We are proud to announce Winnie as our 2018 honoree at this year’s celebration,” Anne N. Brigis, president and CEO of the YMCA of Long Island, said in a press release prior to the event. “Winnie has served on the YMCA LI Board of Directors for more than five years and has been the architect between the Y and Northwell Health’s collaborative efforts on wellness and chronic disease prevention.

“She has tirelessly promoted the Y’s programs around cardiovascular health, diabetes care and chronic disease prevention through our workshops and classes that are open to the community,” she added. “Winnie is a courageous champion and an amazing advocate for a joint Northwell/YMCA Healthy Living Center offering a continuum of care with a special focus on quality child care. I have tremendous admiration, affection and am proud to call Winnie Mack my friend and mentor.”

The event, themed “Lighthouse to Liberty,” included a cocktail reception with live entertainment, a buffet dinner, dessert, and live and silent auctions. This year, for the first time, the silent auction will be made available to the public prior to the event.

“Northwell Health and the YMCA of Long Island have had a long-standing relationship”, Winnie Mack, senior vice president of health system operations at Northwell Health, said in a press release. “Together we strive to improve the health and welfare of our communities, employees and their families. Our newest endeavor is to develop a new site in Lake Success that will include new and innovative programs. We represent a continuum of collaboration from ‘Lighthouse to Liberty.’”

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Dinner and a Movie Special Starts at Rowdy Hall

Love dinner? Love movies? Great – Rowdy Hall’s got both.
The East Hampton eatery, located at 10 Main Street in the Parrish Mews, will hold its “Burger & a Movie Voucher” promotion on Sundays through Wednesdays featuring a Rowdy burger or turkey burger, and a Regal Cinema voucher, for $26. On Thursdays, swing by for “Dinner & a Movie” — the same deal, with additional choices of fish & chips, meatloaf or mussels.

Add a pint of select beer for $6 or select wine for $7, and a special dessert for $7.

Vegetarian options are available. For more information, call (631