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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.

A New Bond Street

Bond No. 9’s home base, Bond Street, used to be a quiet, modest NoHo side street. No longer. Suddenly, it’s a hotspot, thronged with see-and-be-seen young celebs and attendant paparazzi. So, New Bond Street — an impudent gourmand scent just for them — followed suit.

Business: Lladró Grows, SoulCycle Hops Off, Heart Treatment

Spanish luxury porcelain firm Lladró recently announced the appointment of brand marketing and sales expert Sandra Jordan as the company’s new CEO of the Americas — and one of her first initiatives was securing its first-ever summer pop-up shop in Southampton.

SHOP: Never Heard of CBD Tea? It’s Not What You Think

Unlike THC — the cannabinoid with the legendary power of producing euphoric sensations — cannabidiol, or CBD, is inert. But because it adopts some of marijuana’s pain-killing properties, it is the perfect candidate for, say, a delicious tea or latte.

Enchanted Tarot Celebrates a Quarter Century

The couple was ready to see the ancient tarot card images re-interpreted for modern-day living, and they thought others must feel the same way.

Shop: One King’s Lane Is Here to Stay

After a strong response to the retailer’s first brick-and-mortar store in Southampton, the brand has decided to extend its lease.

Two New Keith’s Nervous Breakdown Cocktail Mixers for 2017 Season

East End entrepreneur Keith E. Davis is growing his newest brand by rolling out two new mixers, Rum Punch and Bloody Mary Mix, in 2017.

Support Small Business This Saturday

Sag Harbor Village will be as vibrant as ever for this year's event, according to local business owners.

Copious Row: Goods for the Everyman…and Woman

From pocketknives to pearl necklaces, Copious Row strives to offer Sag Harbor shoppers unique gifts for anyone on their list, including themselves. “It’s not just a pop up,” affirmed David Chines, the owner of the unisex boutique on Friday.

Hamptons House, for Purposeful Purchases

Despite the organic fibers, earthy ethics, and reasonable prices, the shoppe’s upscale aesthetics and elegant hand-blown glassware result in queries such as “when did this gallery open?” Mr. Harrison said.

More To Love At Provisions in Sag Harbor

There’s more to taste and a lot more space at Provisions Natural Market and Café on Bay and Division streets in Sag Harbor Village. No matter if the desired diet is organic, gluten-free, raw, vegetarian, vegan, GMO-free or just plain health-conscious, the always-bustling boutique supermarket’s choices have grown with them as the store expanded into a space next door late this spring.

Chaisson Named Executive Director of Hamptons Film Festival

The Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) announced last week it has appointed Anne Chaisson as its executive director. Chaisson has served as the advisory...

Feeding the Community

By Emily J. Weitz   When Tony Lawless took over Cromer’s Country Market seven years ago, he thought about renaming it. After all, anything called “Lawless”...

A Wharf Shop at the Heart of Sag Harbor

For nearly 45 years, The Wharf Shop has stood at the heart of Sag Harbor’s Main Street. Many things have changed since Nada Barry...

Dreamy on Main Street

By Emily J Weitz Sylvester and Co. touts itself as a contemporary general store, and when you really think about it, it is. You can...

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