Tag Archives: Bridgehampton New York

The Post Office

The US Postal Service is struggling. The current economic climate, set against the backdrop of a rapidly changing business environment due to advances in technology and communications, has resulted in severe declines in the volume of traditional mail. But in our Hamptons community, the Post … Continue reading

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Summer’s Best Kept Secret

September is summer’s best kept secret. The Summerfolk have gone and the kids have returned to school, leaving the East End of Long Island to the locals, the tradesmen and the retirees who’ve yet to flee south for the winter. The roads are … Continue reading

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Bedside Manner

We were required to evacuate our home for Hurricane Irene. A fireman came to the house with his official vehicle, light flashing, and informed us that we were in a flood zone and must leave immediately. He further informed us that … Continue reading

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Casual Hamptons Restaurants

Summertime means casual. For me, some of the best places to eat in the Hamptons are the most casual. Here are some of my favorites: Candy Kitchen, corner of Main (Route 27) and School Streets, Bridgehampton, old-fashioned luncheonette, a long-standing … Continue reading

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Hamptons Restaurants

Ready for summer? Here are my favorite upscale restaurants in the Hamptons: The Palm, 94 Main St, East Hampton: My favorite, a Hamptons tradition managed forever by Tomas Romano, world’s best veal parmigiana, share a side of half and half fried … Continue reading

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