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Sag Harbor’s La Superica May Rise Again with New Owners

The co-owners of Sen Restaurant are part of a group of entrepreneurs who are taking over the former La Superica space for a new Latin fusion restaurant that they hope to operate under the same familiar name.

Help for Sag Harbor Families Struggling to Heat Their Homes

Born out of a conversation between Sag Harbor Elementary School principal Matt Malone and the entrepreneurs behind The SHED Workspace, help is on the way for local families who are having trouble paying for heating oil this winter.

Tutto il Giorno Brings a Farm-to-Table Southern Italian Kitchen to Sag Harbor

There’s a familiar simplicity to the experience at Tutto il Giorno. A literal inspiration of southern Italy, the concept is fresh, local, and uncomplicated Mediterranean cuisine in a space that is warm, inviting, and celebrates the famed family values of the culture.

Business: Chili Cook Off, Union Burger Bar, Brunch at Clubhouse, Tunes and Brews at...

Townline BBQ’s “Bands, Brews and BBQ” series is back, with Lynn Blue up next on January 18 from 6 to 9 p.m.

Dish: Pasta Night at Cittanuova

At any Italian restaurant, there is nothing better than Pasta Night — and Cittanuova knows it.

Levain Bakery: The Art of the Perfect Cookie

When two friends traded in top Manhattan careers in banking and fashion for baking, their mission was simple: create the world’s greatest chocolate chip cookie.

East End Restaurants Ready for 2019

Make a reservation at Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor to dine to your heart’s content on Monday, December 31

DISH: Christmas Nibbles

Have yourself a merry — and delicious — Christmas Eve, the easy way.

Almond Brings The East to the East End

While there’s no appreciable shortage of pizza, or pasta, or bagels, you’d be hard pressed to find more than a little decent Asian food out here.

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.

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.

‘The Three Sisters’ To Uplift, And Nourish

There is a reason that The Three Sisters — also known as corn, beans and squash — are planted together in many indigenous traditions.

Bistro Eté Offers a Taste of the French Coast

Hunting, foraging, fishing. Farm-to-table was never a trend for chef Arie Pavlou, rather the only way of life he knew, instilled in him as a child growing up on the small island of Cyprus.

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East Hampton Democrats Pick Slate, Endorse Incumbents

The committee endorsed Andrew Strong for town justice, nominated five incumbents to run for town trustee and endorsed a Republican trustee who is seeking re-election.

North Haven Likely To End Fall Leaf Pick-Up after 2019; Bans Seaplanes from Beaches

The Village of North Haven’s fall leaf pick-up in 2019 will probably be its last, Mayor Jeff Sander said at Tuesday’s Village Board meeting. Ending the leaf pick-up beginning in 2020 is the only way to resolve the fundamental unfairness of a program that benefits only people who live on public roads but costs all taxpayers a total of $45,000 to $50,000, he said.