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Amagansett

  1. hamptons
    ‘Affordable’ Sales Dominate Hamptons Real EstateDepending on the meaning of “affordable.”
  2. Warring Hamptons Neighbors Stay on Their Sides of the FenceIn four years of litigation, Jonathan Sobel and Terry Semel have never met.
  3. Chevy Chase Hits a Line Drive in East HamptonLearn what an eruv is! It’s the controversial talk of (possibly anti-Semitic!) Westhampton right now. Then welcome an Iraqi refugee and an Ohio maid to the East End! And peep the mad antics of Agassi, Graff, Zabar and Chase (Chevy!) in our Hamptons weekend round-up.
  4. NewsFeed
    ‘Common Man’ Eli Zabar Faces Credibility ProblemLet’s face it. Eli Zabar’s gourmet market in Amagansett is no roadside stand.
  5. Mediavore
    Southampton Bouncer Killed by Patron; A Growing Thirst for Wine in ChinaEli Zabar in Amagansett, a lizard in a salad, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Tapas to Settle Into Chelsea and WilliamsburgWhen a Bouley alum will bring Portuguese meals to Chelsea, and where to find an American Kobe Tomahawk rib eye, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  7. Joy Bryant Hates Your ManolosThe actress bans the Italian heels from her wedding, and other sun-streaked tidbits in our “silly but devourable” wrap-up of Hamptons happenings.
  8. Beth and Howard Totally Do It (Decide to Get Married, We Mean)Didn’t make it to the Hamptons this weekend? Here’s everything that happened to everyone worth knowing.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Dumbo to Land Williamsburg’s GalapagosAmagansett: Pacific East has amped up its cocktail menu with such specialty additions as the Havana Mojito, which combines rum, mint, and sugar. [Hamptons.com] Brooklyn Heights: Five Guys burger shop still working on renovations of its Montague Street space. [Brooklyn Heights Blog] Dumbo: Twelve-year-old art bar Galapagos will move from Williamsburg to a building over 100 years old at 16 Main Street. [Dumbo NYC] East Village: “Frozen Yorgurt” coming soon to 34½ St. Marks near newly opened Good Dog. [Grub Street] Murray Hill: The Kitano’s roof decks are now open for catered clambakes and cookouts. [NYT] Park Slope: Fifth Avenue has a lineup of new restaurants, including A La Turka, whose Turkish sandwiches come on home-baked sesame-dappled bread. [NYS]
  10. Spend Your Last Weeks of Summer in East Hampton and AmagansettA guide to the area’s many beaches (including tips on parking and permits), restored-carriage-house inns, vegan smoothies, and spin-class options.