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Ramen’s Stories Are All Personal

One might find oneself at a fancy ramen restaurant known for its laboriously made tonkotsu pork stock one night only to retreat to the hastily made — and equally satisfying — ramen from a late-night hole-in-the-wall the next.

SHOP: Shindig Shuck Box

Southold Bay Oysters recently unveiled their Shindig Shuck Box, a one-stop shop for any oyster aficionado or amateur that includes two dozen Southold Shindig Oysters grown right in Southold Bay and a stainless steel Plymouth-style shucking knife with instructions.

Thanksgiving at a Different House

In 2011, a survey by the National Restaurant Association concluded that 6 percent of Thanksgiving diners would eat or order out for the national holiday.

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

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.

Feeding Families for Thanksgiving at Mecox Bay

As Turkey Day draws near, Art Ludlow of Mecox Bay Dairy in Bridgehampton shares how the farm prepares to feed families celebrating on the East End, including his own.

After 20 Years, Country Lane Will Close

November 1 was the first day of a liquidation sale of the popular store that Vicki Nolan owns with her husband, Skip, announced that morning on social media. Country Lane is expected to close at the end of the year.

Business: Martin Architects Basks in Glory, Fall Prix Fixes, Saunders ‘Can-Do’ Food Drive

The Sagaponack-based Martin Architects recently received the AIA 2018 LI Award in Recognition of Outstanding Achievement in the Residential Single Family Construction, Over $3 Million Category, for their project, Washington Estate.

House: Cedar-Shake Traditional Gets Modern Upgrade

The jaw-dropping transformation of the cedar-shake traditional included a top-to-bottom renovation that landed it on the Sag Harbor market, listed for $2.5 million with Douglas Elliman Real Estate.

When an Agent is Selling Something Personal: His Home

Residential and commercial properties across various styles and price points come and go and real estate agents see a revolving inventory as part of their everyday lives.

Business Briefs: Sen Celebrates, WordHampton Wins, Third Quarter Is In

Sen Restaurant proprietors Tora Matsuoka, Jesse Matsuoka and Jeff Resnick during a celebration of the restaurant's 25th anniversary on Thursday night.

Clean Beauty Comes to Sag Harbor with Onda

While what’s going in our bodies has sparked a movement in healthy eating, what’s going on them is a surprisingly overlooked in discussions of health. Contemplating this in the middle of the night four years ago, Larissa Thomson was compelled to open a store with a highly edited selection of clean beauty products.

WLNG in Sag Harbor Sold for $3.9 Million

Gary Sapiane confirmed that he has been part of discussions with Sandra Foschi, a Sag Harbor resident and owner of Health SOS (offices based in Babylon). The sale has been reported as $3.9 million.

Business: Halloween Hits the East End, Old Orchard on Winning Streak, Fall Restaurant Specials

Play your trick-or-treats right, and you could celebrate Halloween almost all week long.

It’s Summer Every Day at Westhampton Beach Brewing Co.,

Every day’s a beach day. Though summer is over, this slogan still rings true for Westhampton Beach Brewing Co. as they’re smack in the middle of their first October — in which case, every day’s a beer day.

ZBA Grants All Variances For West Water St. Condo Project

With the fate of Sag Harbor’s proposed John Steinbeck Waterfront Park on many minds, the Sag Harbor Board of Zoning Appeals voted unanimously to grant all nine variances developer Jay Bialsky has been seeking to build a three-unit condominium at 2 West Water Street where a former motel-turned-residence now stands.

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Outfitting for the Season at Flying Point

Those with a penchant for the outdoors are particularly critical of winter wear, especially when the East End’s icy shorelines are part of the landscape.

Business: Belgian Beer at Lulu, Craft Beer at Indian Wells, Romance at Baker House

Without a doubt, Belgian beer has a very distinct taste and presentation, unlike anything from Germany, Ireland or the United States.

Sag Harbor Village Board To Meet on Pending Septic, Waterways Proposals

The Sag Harbor Village Board will hold a work session on Wednesday, January 23, at 2 p.m. at village hall. to review two proposed local laws. One would require “innovative and alternative" septic systems for new construction and major repairs of existing septic systems. The other would update the village waterways law.