A new line of all natural, zero-calorie and zero-sugar cocktail mixer, Be Mixed, was launched in 2015, and is now available at South Fork locations including Citarella and the Surf Lodge in Mont
More than a dozen java joints, markets, cafes and other boutique shops have been jolting the sleep-deprived and jump-starting the workplace while energizing life in Sag Harbor.
When German farm girl turned foodie fashionista Nicole Rutsch first moved to America in 2001, she was surprised at the lack of local ingredients with which to make edibles, as well as art.
Eric Lemonides and Jason Weiner have launched a new bar named Sigmund’s at the former Fresh space on the Bridgehampton Sag Harbor Turnpike.
Claudia Fleming may be one of our nation's best known and highly respected pastry chefs, but the Southold resident is more than ready to momentarily put down the desserts and step up to a different kind of plate.
Thirteen years ago, Jack Mazzola founded Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee in NYC. His newest location opened several weeks ago in Sag Harbor and there’s good news for people that enjoy Jack’s Coffee and want to brew it at home.
Local celebrity singer Samantha Cole will host a variety show on Friday, July 29 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Manna, 670 Montauk Highway in Water Mill. Ms....
Armarium is an on demand app that allows users to rent ready to wear luxury clothes and accessories in a pinch. They will be opening a pop-up shop at Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor.
Whether you grow your own vegetables or buy them at a local farm stand, it’s tempting to let their freshness shine by cooking them as lightly as possible or not at all.
The James Beard Foundation (JBF) will honor John Besh, multiple James Beard Award–winning chef, author, philanthropist, and restaurateur, at its annual Hamptons fundraiser and tasting party at Wölffer Estate Vineyard.
When Harbor Market was getting ready to open last year, there were murmurs in town about how it would serve the Sag Harbor community. For generations the little market on the corner of Henry and Division has been a fixture in the daily lives of Sag Harbor residents, from its time as a penny candy shop to Espresso’s Italian Market. A block away from the school, the space is incorporated into the lives of local schoolchildren and their parents. And just outside the hustle and bustle of Main Street, it’s long been an easy stop for takeout and coffee. Owners Paul and Susana Del Favaro and Abbey Warsh knew all of this when they took over the market, and it was with great sensitivity that they formulated what was to come.
The Wellness Foundation will host its 5th annual summer benefit on Saturday, June 18, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Mulford Farm, 10 James Lane...
When Frank Trentacoste started Bhumi Farms three seasons ago, he was an empty canvas. He left his Wall Street background behind and fixed his attention to the soil, the seasons, and the earth. From the beginning, every choice he made was with an interest in the wellbeing of the environment and the healthfulness of the food he grew. When given a choice between an organic product and a traditional product, he always chose organic. He used paper mulch instead of plastic, essential oils instead of pesticides, and organic fertilizers instead of chemicals. So receiving the certified organic designation this year, in his fourth season, was more about getting his paperwork in order than anything else. But that is no small feat.
Business Briefs: BookHampton Reopens, Jacobs Joins RedBar, Set Point Opens in East Hampton, Duryea’s...
BookHampton, the popular independent bookstore on Main Street in East Hampton recently purchased by Carolyn Brody, has reopened following a short period for renovation...
Deuki Hong does not consider himself to be a child prodigy—even though, on the surface, he could easily be.