Earlier this month, the private co-working space and innovation lab opened its doors at the Southampton Social Club.
The chefs make the rounds at “Love Bites” — an annual tasting event benefiting Katy’s Courage and The Scarlett Fund — each sampling and competing secretly.
Cheese lovers, rejoice. ’Tis the season for winter burrata.
"It’s the hottest restaurant in the Hamptons, and I think it’s going to be a really modern take on the old restaurant as it evolved over the years.” - Builder Nick Zappola on the renovation and expansion of Sen on Main Street in Sag Harbor.
If literary luminaries were cups of tea, William Shakespeare would be an amber cup of a sweet, floral black blend.
On a recent Thursday afternoon, we headed down to Rowdy Hall and put in an order for the new Impossible Burger with fried onions, tomato and cheddar cheese.
The Amagansett Food Institute Board of Directors announced last week that Kate Fullam has been appointed as the organization’s new Executive Director.
Almond restaurant will continue its long-standing tradition: a roast suckling pig dinner served with seasonal and traditional sides, now 17 years running.
Abbey Warsh and Paul and Susana Del Favero want customers to know that the business is a place to keep in mind as the holidays draw near.
Make the most of this winter by cozying up with that special someone at The Baker House 1650 in East Hampton.
There are only two rules: eat seven of Townline BBQ’s ghost pepper wings in seven minutes, and endure a seven-minute “burn period” after.
Who says you’re too old to build a gingerbread house? Not TownLine BBQ, which will host upcoming workshops for both children and adults.
There is no better time to cleanse than after the holidays. Luckily, Simply Sublime has you covered.
For Vincent, an investigative journalist in her mid-40s and barreling out of a failed marriage, it was the most natural relationship in the world.
Perhaps inspired by Canada’s national beverage, Townline BBQ — located at 3593 Montauk Highway in Sagaponack — is now serving what it calls the “Hail Mary.”