Business: New Year’s Resolutions, Elliman in Spotlight, 1770 House Makes Top 100

The Southampton Gym location of Hamptons Gym Corp.

Hamptons Gym Corp. Ready For New Year’s Resolutions

When it comes to getting in shape this winter, Hamptons Gym Corp. is offering zero excuses.

With locations in East Hampton, Sag Harbor and Southampton, the gym is offering a special priced membership through Memorial Day for $299 at the club, or $249 online. For college students age 21 and under who are home for winter break, they can join for $49 through January 31. A four-pack of personal training sessions are also available for $199 through January 8.

For more information, please call (631) 725-0707 or visit

Vincent Frezzo

Douglas Elliman Realtors In The Spotlight

The Long Island Board of Realtors has awarded AnnMarie Pallister, the education director for the Douglas Elliman Hamptons Region, the 2017 Realtor Salesperson of the Year Award, and Vincent P. Frezzo was elected to serve as vice president of the Hamptons Chapter.

Frezzo, who lives in Bridgehampton, is based in the Bridgehampton office and is a member of the Brendan Skislock Team, and Pallister is a Hampton Bays resident based in the Sag Harbor office.

1770 House Ranked Among America’s 100 Best Restaurants

The 1770 House Restaurant & Inn, located at 143 Main Street in East Hampton, recently made the cut for OpenTable’s 100 Best Restaurants in America for 2017 — one of 19 establishments named in New York, and the only one outside of Manhattan.

“Being voted one of the best restaurants in America is a great honor,” said general manager Carol Covell. “It is gratifying for each of us who takes pride in creating a special dining experience for every guest, every night.”

The list is generated solely from more than 12 million diner reviews from 26,000 restaurants collected between November 1, 2016 and October 31, 2017. All restaurants with a minimum “overall” score and number of qualifying reviews were included for consideration. Qualifying restaurants were then sorted according to a score calculated from each restaurant’s average rating in the “overall” category.

“My thanks go to our loyal guests who take the time to write such kind reviews, and our staff, front and back of the house, who help earn us earn their top marks,” Covell said. “Of special note are the talents of Chef Michael Rozzi, Restaurant Manager and Wine Director Michael Cohen, and Innkeeper Randye Lordon. We all appreciate the commitment of our ownership, Ben and Bonnie Krupinski, who go to great lengths to keep one of East Hampton’s oldest homes in such fine condition.”

For more information, please call (631) 324-1770 or visit For the full list of honored restaurants, visit