As we started compiling a Shopping List (or several) of Hamptons retailers, it seemed that there was a necessity to post all the shops in a smart phone-friendly list. We hope you’ll save this list to your phone for reference when you are out in East Hampton Village seeking that something special . . .... Continue Reading
In between the holidays – everywhere you go, every article, ad or blog – everyone is pressuring you to shop, shop, shop. And even if you make a decision to be a real Scrooge this year, and refrain from giving any gifts, there is so... Continue Reading
Pour yourself a holiday beverage and relax, perhaps a glass of Sylvia’s Eggnog. We are here to help you become the best Christmas Shopper of all times! ‘Christmas is almost here and I still have so many names on my list and not enough gifts... Continue Reading
She wakes up in the morning, dreams of beautiful things filling her head. Maybe a steam shower before the Mill House Inn’s famous breakfast served in her suite.
She turns to the right when she leaves the Mill House Inn, and sets forth to explore one of the loveliest shopping towns in America!... Continue Reading
She arrived on a Sunday night and snuggled under a down quilt with the fireplace flickering. The red smears and brown blotches in her journal are chocolate chip cookies and wine from a bottle of 2014 Prime Number from Roanoke Vineyards – the perfect pairing for planning tomorrow’s shopping.... Continue Reading
One of my main criteria when deciding if I will ever return to a vacation destination is the presence of a great bookstore. After all, you need a place to learn about the local history, food, art, and culture of the area, as well as grab a couple of trashy local gossip books to take to the beach with you.
Maybe you want to find the perfect book for a snuggle-down with lots of pillows, wrapped in your duvet, in front of the fireplace in your vacation suite. A glass of local wine, a cup of Chef Carolyn’s seasonal hot cider, or a cup of THCO drinking chocolate, completes my concept of heaven!... Continue Reading
Sag Harbor is considered by many to be the “Un-Hamptons” village on the South Fork of Long Island. It lacks the McMansions of East Hampton, Bridgehampton, and Southampton. Instead, it has old whaling captain’s homes with widow walks and old wooden churches with both Egyptian... Continue Reading