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Sag Harbor

  1. space of the week
    This Serene Beach House Is an All-Season EscapeAfter seven years of hopping from rental to rental, product designers Michael and Ellen Diamant found their forever property on the water.
  2. openings
    This New Doughnut Shop’s Flavors Include Nutella-S’more and ‘Everything Bagel’Grindstone is already a sensation in Sag Harbor.
  3. gams
    Sag Harbor Legs Sculpture Ordered to Take a Hike “I think it’s too much for them to cope with”
  4. Coming Soon
    Richie Notar Opening Sag Harbor Outpost of HarlowThe waterfront restaurant will open in May.
  5. Grub Guides
    12 New Places Where You Should Be Eating in the Hamptons This Summer (With aTacos from the Tacombi team, a pub in Sag Harbor, Tom Colicchio’s latest, and more.
  6. Coming Soon
    Gabby Karan De Felice Bringing Hamptons Favorite Tutto Il Giorno to TribecaThe restaurant will open in September.
  7. Openings
    Is Sag Harbor’s Sen Sailing Into the Flatiron District?Sources say owners Jeff Resnick and Tora Matsuok are apparently very close to making a deal.
  8. Lawsuits
    BLT Burger Sues LT Burger Over ‘R-Rated’ MilkshakesIs the “Fluffer” just “Campfire Marshmallows” in disguise?
  9. design hunting
    Fantastic Design Shops in Sag Harbor; Editta Sherman’s Bittersweet BirthdayDesign Hunting editor Wendy Goodman is on the loose in Long Island.
  10. Meanwhile in the Hamptons
    Laurent Tourondel Looks to the HamptonsThe BLT man may take over the former Grappa space.
  11. real estate
    Record-Breaking Home Sale in Sag HarborA beach house with an asking price of nearly $16 million is about to change hands.
  12. Beef
    Embattled Hamptons Restaurateur Ed ‘Jean Luc’ Kleefield PlotsThe owner of Madame Tong’s, who has turned himself in to face charges of writing bad checks, wants to open a downtown bistro.
  13. summering
    On the East End: Swine Flu 2, LiLo 0Didn’t make it to the Hamptons yet? Here’s everything that happened to everyone worth knowing.
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Bruni to Take on Benoit; Diner Makeover in the BurgSag Harbor represents in the Hamptons and a recipe from One If by Land, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Michael White’s Favorite Junk Food; Cabrito’s Spicy MartiniWildwood Barbeque wants to know who you are before they make your reservation, and the next restaurant from a Bouley alum, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  16. Mediavore
    Chicken Fingers Clutch at America’s Youth; Eco-Rebels Reject Bottled WaterUnited States of Arugula author (and friend of Grub Street) David Kamp worries for the next generation: “America is in the grips of a nefarious chicken-finger pandemic, in which a blandly tasty foodstuff has somehow become the de facto official nibble of our young.” [NYT] Doing their part for Mother Earth, more restaurants are eschewing bottled water and the profits it brings. But only Del Posto is on board in New York. [NYT] Other restaurants are looking to inflate water prices even more: “When paired correctly with fine wines, particular waters enhance subtle flavors and fragrances, allowing for the ultimate dining experience.” [Chef Magazine]
  17. the morning line
    39 More at Ground Zero • The most recent search for human remains at Ground Zero has yielded 39 more bones — as well as computer parts and other World Trade Center debris. Most were hidden under a service road that was hastily constructed in 2002 after the original cleanup. [amNY] • Two girls were stabbed — one in the back — in the course of a teenage rumble at Landmark High School, a block away from Carnegie Hall. According to the police, the girls, with their boyfriends, were settling a beef. Both are in stable condition; the stabbers remain at large. [NYP] • Add this to the bizarre scrapbook of factoids from the Freak Winter of 2007: Dolphins have been splashing around in Sag Harbor. It has happened before — but, you know, in the summer. [Newsday] • Two people — a moving contractor and his mother-in-law — are under arrest for stealing two Picassos from a late collector’s house they were hired to clean out. Ironically, the collector in question was the infamous William Kingsland, most of whose art was “hot” in the first place. [NYT] • And a theft at once far more and far less impressive: someone swiped 500,000 pounds of concrete and brick from the future Ikea site in Red Hook. The stuff is valued at about $2,000. Cheap and hard to assemble — it’s like we have an Ikea already. [NYDN]