Is Golden Pear Still Too Expensive?

Is Golden Pear Still Too Expensive?

Five years ago, if you asked me to go to the Golden Pear, I would say, “Just get me a coffee, it’s too expensive there.” Things have changed.  These days, if you want to get lunch in the Hamptons ANYWHERE, you are going to spend at least $15 to have anything even remotely substantial. At Golden Pear, $20...

Lobster Rolling Through The Hamptons: Lil’ Birdie

Lil’ Birdie Restaurant on the Move

It was a terrifying announcement. My new lunch spot, Lil’ Birdie in Sag Harbor, announced it was closing its doors October 2nd. I have just discovered this place a few days ago, and I’m completely hooked. Owners Alexis and Kye have outgrown the location and are moving to a new location yet to be determined, but we will...

Sip ‘n Soda – Serving Southampton Since 1958

Sip ‘n Soda – Serving Southampton Since 1958

The Hamptons used to be a collection of small towns, each with its own identity. There were local shops, and places to eat. Some of these eateries remain, a reminder of a simpler, less complicated time. Westhampton has Eckhard's, Bridgehampton has Candy Kitchen, and in Southampton there's Sip 'n Soda. Sip 'n Soda is a beloved institution in...

Restaurant Review: Jobs Lane Ristorante

Restaurant Review: Jobs Lane Ristorante

What was once an Italian restaurant, and then a restaurant called the Gastro Pub, is now called simply Jobs Lane Ristorante, and it's back to being Italian. The decor is the same. What's cool about the location is that large sliding doors open out to the street, allowing diners to eat in an open-air environment inside and also...

Kyma x NAIA: An Unforgettable Collaboration

Kyma x NAIA: An Unforgettable Collaboration

Kyma, the award-winning Mediterranean restaurant with locations in Manhattan and Roslyn, has announced an exciting collaboration in the Hamptons with NAIA at the Capri. Kyma will host a one night special event on August 20th at NAIA at the Capri featuring a special prix fixe dinner ($95) highlighting Kyma’s signature Mediterranean items in a beautiful European beach-chic setting....

Léon 1909 Debuts on Shelter Island

Léon 1909 Debuts on Shelter Island

On Sunday, August 7, owner & restaurateur Valerie Mnuchin welcomed a lively crowd of Shelter Island neighbors, local business owners, tastemakers, friends and family to preview Léon 1909, her transportive, new restaurant opening to the public this week on Thursday, August 11. Valerie Mnuchin and her father Robert Mnuchin debut Léon 1909, their first independent restaurant located on...

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