Last summer, Gary had the opportunity to be interviewed by Nic Dupuis for his “Two Minutes of Greatness” podcast. Thanks Nic!
If you’ve ever wanted to peek behind the curtain of a labor of love like ours, this is your chance. I’m so happy that Gary was given the opportunity to express our philosophy of “the art of hospitality,” as well as our undying gratitude for the amazing guests that come to visit us.
From Nic Dupuis’ Site:
Gary Muller was a three-star chef and restaurateur in Jersey City and Manhattan. Wanting to take care of guests longer than it takes to eat a meal, Gary and his wife Sylvia purchased a historic property in East Hampton in 1999 and the Mill House Inn is now one of the finest small hotels in the world. The Mill House Inn has been named Travel+Leisure’s “Inn of the Month”, New York Magazine’s “Top 10 Hotels in the Hamptons”, and Zagat’s “Top 50 Small Hotels”, with a coveted “28” for food despite serving only breakfast and not being open to the public. I talked to Gary for much longer than is usual for these podcast episodes and it became very clear that he cares very deeply for the people that work at the Mill House Inn and the guests that stay there.