Hangin' in the Hamptons
Celebrities, socialites and stuff for the everyman from the South Fork
In August, Hamptons restaurants are thick with bold-faced names.
Sir Paul McCartney was spotted dining with friends at Philippe East Hampton; former NFL superstar, Marcus Allen, was at a nearby table.
Throughout the weekend, Savanna’s was filled with high-profile restaurateurs. Eric Ripert (Le Bernardin), Jeffrey Chodorow of China Grill Management and Mark Packer, owner of Las...Read more »
It was the usual suspects at the usual-suspects' restaurants in the Hamptons this past weekend.
Iron Chef Bobby Flay dined solo at East Hampton’s Turtle Crossing last Thursday. He drank a beer while enjoying a three-meat combo plate with collared greens, cornbread and coleslaw.
Two nights later, he was spotted at Bostwick’s Chowder House with his wife, Stephanie March. They...Read more »
If you want to see celebs, try Georgica or the Axe Lounge at Dune. If you want to dance, try Lily Pond. Just looking for a drink? Try Race Lane or Turtle Crossing. For details, or to get more recs on where to hang at night in the Hamptons, click here....Read more »
A variety of celebrities grabbed a bite to eat at some of East Hampton’s restaurants this past weekend.
Healthy eatery Babette’s (66 Newton Lane, East Hampton, 631-329-5377) was pouring with celebrities. Jay-Z and Beyonce, All My Children legend Susan Lucci, and hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons were among the celebrities there, according to Barbara Layton, Babette’s owner.
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The allure of the Hamptons is evident with the passing of the first pricey pad or designer-clad local gracing the streets during the hot summer months of this luxurious beachy haven.
Knowing where to eat, where to shop and where to indulge in the nightlife is key.
Hamptons Magazine has rounded up 20 Hamptonites and asked them what they’re looking forward to the most this summer.
Evan...Read more »