07/19/17 6:00am

The entrance to Andy’s in Greenport. (Credit: Grant Parpan)

Many have heard the story about the bartender who busts his hump slinging drinks across a bar every day and night to save enough coin to fulfill the longtime dream of one day owning his own place.

From a distance, one might think there’s a similar story behind Andy’s, the popular new bar and restaurant on Front Street in Greenport.

But to hear co-owners Andy Harbin and Doug Roberts tell it, that’s not the case at all. (more…)

07/19/17 5:58am

A scene from the first Alive on 25 in Riverhead in July 2016. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)

Stormy weather stopped East Enders from enjoying the first Alive on 25 in Riverhead last Thursday, but that opportunity will not be lost forever. A rain date for that event, which is held four times throughout the summer, has been set for Aug. 31.

The Main Street block party features live music, food and other vendors and the remaining dates are July 27, Aug. 10, Aug. 24 and Aug. 31. (more…)

07/18/17 6:01am

Alex Vinash and Brent Pelton inside the American Beech hotel reception and boutique located in Greenport’s Stirling Square. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

The revitalization of Greenport’s Stirling Square will be virtually complete with the anticipated opening of American Beech hotel reception and boutique this weekend.

Proprietor Brent Pelton hopes the new 500-square-foot storefront will serve as an inviting spot, enlivening the entrance to the Stirling Square complex which also contains 1943 Pizza Bar, the Italian specialty store Basso, design studio Open Space as well as Pelton’s New American restaurant, also called American Beech.

“It’s really important to pull life toward the front of the square,” Pelton said in a recent interview inside the new space. “I’m super proud and I’m super excited.” (more…)

07/18/17 6:00am

This Southold home is listed for $1,395,000.
(Credit: Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

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This cedar shake cottage offers homeowners views of the best of the North Fork — rolling grape vines and sweeping Sound vistas.

“The unique thing about this is that it is nestled [between] the Long Island Sound and the vineyards,” said listing agent Gayle Marriner-Smith of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. “If you look north all you see is water, and if you look south you see the beautiful vineyards. It’s really spectacular.”

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