The second annual Cars and Coffee is making a pit stop in the Hamptons on Sunday, September 16.
The brainchild of Jeffrey Einhorn, Bob Rubin and Shamin Abas, who also founded The Bridge – an invite only exhibition taking place the day before – the morning will bring together classic, vintage, exotic and specialty cars owners and those that adore the unique rides.
“Immediately following out first edition of The Bridge, my partners, Bob Rubin and Shamin Abas, agreed to introduce a more freeform and family friendly end-cap to the weekend, where enthusiasts of all types and of varying interests could show off their cars, but more importantly, connect with a broad base of like-minded people and strengthen New York’s classic car community,” explained Jeffrey Einhorn, Co-Founder and The Bridge. “The result was our highly acclaimed Cars & Coffee, with our gracious partners at the Bridgehampton Museum.”
The inaugural exhibition attracted hundreds of incredible rare vehicles – such as McLaren supercars, a 1973 Pontiac Catalina coupe and a 1927 Bugatti open-air racecar, and this year will offer just as impressive array of highlights.
“Owing to our philosophy in developing The Bridge, this is not just another weekend cars and coffee at your local donut shop. Instead, we’ve incorporated some of our favorite elements of The Bridge — live music, amazing food and some of the ultra-rare cars from the previous day’s exhibition — and combined them with a gorgeous setting to create a truly unique experience that is free for all to attend and enjoy,” Einhorn noted.
In addition to the bevy of eye-catching rides, there will also be bites and sips presented by Smorgasburg’s purveyors from NYC and across the region, and live entertainment.
Admission to Cars and Coffee is free and the event is open to the public. Cars and Coffee will be on display from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The Bridgehampton Museum is located at 2368 Montauk Highway in Bridgehampton. For more information, visit www.bridgeorama.com.