HEADING TO THE HAMPTIONS

By Faith Hope Consolo

In stylish Southampton , Edit Boutique has come from the Upper East Side to 28 Jobs Lane, with a full array of designer labels. Organic Avenue has reopened at 28 Jobs Lane. Cynthia Rowley’s boutique at the newly reopened Capri Hotel (281 County Road 29A) offers menswear, artwork, women’s wear and wetsuits (she also has rotating pop-ups at 696 Montauk Highway in Montauk). Also located in the hotel is the famed Nobu restaurant. Interior designer secret Julia Gray Ltd. has opened an outlet store at 20 Hampton Road. Mackenz i e -Childs, at 31 Main Street, continues theincursion of home décor stores to the region, as does The Elegant Setting, which has moved to 27 West Main St. Want to dress like an equestrian? Find Horse Haven at 36 Hampton Road. Sunbarth offers colorful swim trunks and other beach accessories at 53 Jobs Lane. The Black Dog, a favorite on Martha’s Vineyard, has come to 50 Jobs Lane. Jack Wills has jumped across the pond to 54 Jobs Lane. Mixology has opened at 100 Main Street (and 148 Main St. in Westhampton) with trendy apparel at great prices.

There’s a lot of new dining, too: Little Red, coming to 76C Jobs Lane, offers casual cuisine. Tutto il Giornio, a dining hit in Sag Harbor, will open another branch at 56 Nugent Street. The former Madame Tong’s location (256 Elm Street) has reopened as The Southampton Social Club. Craving Mexican? Head for the De Jesus Deli on County Road 39. The OutEast Café serves breakfast, lunch and cocktails at 1271 North Sea Road. The Atlantic and Bentley hotels at 1655 County Road 39 and 161 Hill Station Road, respectively, are being restored.

In exciting East Hampton , Django’s Organics is bringing spectacular organic food to 514 Three Mile Harbor Road. Carlos Falchi has opened Artisan Workshop at 38 Main Street to showcase his own line and a few Isabella Fiore pieces. Shoe-Inn has relocated to 66 Newtown Lane. The Big Drop offers independent brands at 66 Newtown Lane, also home to Island Company’s classic pieces. Eres brings its French take on swimwear and lingerie year-round to 55 Main Street. Steven Alan’s summer shop at 75 Main Street offers everything from bikinis to beach blankets.

Sneakerology has relocated from Bridgehampton to 2 Main Street. Jackie Rogers has a boutique on Newtown Lane this season. Michael Kors adds to his empire with a unit at 19 Newtown Lane. Stuart Weitzman’s resort footwear can be found at 53 The Circle. Theodora & Callum’s scarves and jewelry have opened an in-shop boutique there. Restoration Hardware’s first unit in the Hamptons has debuted at 69 Main Street. Sam Edelman’s summer and fall collection is being showcased at 46 Main Street. Lacoste outfits everyone for the season at 48 Main Street. Crewcuts by J. Crew outfits the children at 14 Main Street. Hillstone’s East Hampton Grill has come to 99 North Main Street. Spring Close replaces the legendary Laundry restaurant at 341 Pantigo Road. Beachhouse at 103 Montauk Highway combines an indoor bar and outdoor patio bar. Shiki offers Japanese cuisine at 47 Montauk Highway.

Summer 2011In marvelous Montauk , Ruschmeyer’s combines a hotel, restaurant and bar. The Surf Bazaar at 183 S. Edgemere Street in Montauk offers swimwear, sunglasses and everything for the beach. Splash features gifts and toys at 54 South Erie Avenue. TopShop has opened a summer store at 148 South Emerson Avenue. Montauk’s favorite take-out wagon, Ditch Witch, returns!

In R i v e r h e a d , new stores at the Tanger Outlet Center include: Theory and Vince Camuto (both now open), and Catherine Plus Sizes, Cosmetic Co. and Elizabeth Arden (coming soon). The Riverhead Project has opened at 300 E. Main Street. Turkuaz replaces Hizir Baba at 40 McDermott Ave. Cody’s BBQ and Grill is coming to 65 East Main St. Look for a Hyatt hotel to open later this summer.

New on the North Fork : Comtesse Therese Bistro is a winery/restaurant at 739 Main Road in Aquebogue. Blue Islands takes over the Rhumb Line at 34 Front Street in Greenport. In Southold, A Lure replaces The Seafood Barge at 62300 Main Road.

In beautiful Bridgehampton Yigal Azrouël’s pop-up at 2415 Main Street sells both men’s and women’s wear, as well as baby t-shirts and blankets made from leftover fabric! Salty Home has come to 2044 Montauk Highway (Bridgehampton Commons). Almond has relocated to 1 Ocean Rd. Also new in Bridgehampton is the Agave sports bar at 1970 Montauk Highway.

Summer 2011

Stunning Sag Harbor’s newest restaurant is French bistro Pomme Café at 16 Main Street. Page at 63 Main Street offers an eclectic menu. Bond No. 9 has opened a boutique at The American hotel, 45 Main St. The Corner Closet offers both new and gently worn designer apparel at 108 Main Street.

Summer 2011E l s e w h e r e , Oak debuted a pop-up with beach and home décor items at Harbor Walk in Fire Island Pines. The Animal Rescue Fund of theHamptons has reopened its thrift store in Sagaponack. Buoy One, not surprisingly, offers seafood at 62 Montauk Highway in Westhampton. The Restaurant at La Maison Blanche is a French bistro and eight-room hotel at 11 Stearns Point Rd. on Shelter Island. Former Coast Grill chef Tom Rutyna has opened TR Restaurant &Bar at 78 Foster Avenue in Hampton Bays, not far from where Della Femina’s Brian Mazzio has debuted Shuckers Lobster & Clam Bar at 58 Foster Avenue.

Happy Summer and Happy Shopping!

 


Faith Hope Consolo
Chairman, Retail Leasing & Sales Division
Prudential Douglas Elliman

Tel: 212-418-2020 / Fax: 212-418-2005

e-mail: fconsolo@elliman.com
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