Jonathan Davis has a family name well known in real estate circles — but he doesn’t let it define him.
The team behind Bridgehampton’s Almond Restaurant, an East End stalwart, will expand their purview with another venture. L&W Market.
The signs appeared early last winter offering a “Sag Harbor Assemblage” of three contiguous properties running from Main Street down Washington Street and over to Division Street.
Nada Barry and Gwen Waddington, who co-own the toy store, are celebrating the shop’s 50th anniversary in business on Main Street in Sag Harbor.
In November 2016, M&V Limousines Ltd. acquired Hampton Luxury Liner to offer clients upper class travel between New York City and the Hamptons by coach bus.
Last spring, in its 15th edition, the annual Hamptons Restaurant Week rebranded itself as East End Restaurant Week, which better reflected the dining promotion
Don’t let an early Easter fool you warns Phil Bucking, owner of the Sag Harbor Garden Center, which opened its doors for the season earlier this month.
Dine in at Baron’s Cove for a prix fixe Easter brunch featuring a traditional Sunday lamb or beef roast served with smashed root vegetables, local asparagus, grilled spring onions, Yorkshire pudding and natural jus.
The circa-1988 seven-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bath on 2.2 acres — listed at just shy of $3.5 million with Douglas Elliman Real Estate — now revolves around an open floor plan.
Spring may be right around the corner, but the East End hasn’t caught on — and neither has our skin.
Douglas Elliman Real Estate, the nation’s fourth-largest residential real estate brokerage company, recently announced the firm’s top Hamptons agents in preparation for its annual awards event, The Ellies.
Romantic getaway? Family vacation? Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina has all the bases covered.
A bit of Abruzzo is coming to the East End thanks to the owners of Il Mulino, the famed restaurant group in Manhattan which has eateries scattered across the country and around the world.
Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day — and they want their Irish soda bread.
Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Catholic Church is opening The Exchange, its own thrift shop, in a portion of the first floor of the parish’s rectory, next month.