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What Hamptonites will be doing this summer

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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 Vogel, managing partner for Night Agency, can’t wait to enjoy some barbecue at Turtle Crossing, located at 221 Pantiago Rd. in East Hampton.

Need some new bling? Randi Udell-Alper, vice president of London Jewelers, can’t wait to check out some sparklers at the annual jewelry trunk show at the East Hampton store at 2 Main St.

Fashion designer Shoshanna Gruss raves about The Stephen Talkhouse on 161 Main St. in Amagansett. This hotspot features live music all throughout the summer. For upcoming shows, tickets range everywhere from $10 to $65 for some VIP packages.

And Colin Cowie, the lifestyle and entertaining maven, is "counting the days" until he can taste some rosé at the Wölffer Estate Vineyard, which is at 139 Sagg Rd. in Sagaponack.

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