12/02/18 6:00am

The pulled pork grilled cheese at Wölffer Kitchen is the definition of comfort food. (Credit: Wölffer Kitchen)

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Comfort food gives us good reason to embrace that winter-like chill in the air. In the Hamptons, there are plenty soul-warming dishes to keep you satisfied until spring. Here are some of our favorite foods to warm up with when on the South Fork.  (more…)

11/04/18 6:10am

Topping Rose House. (Credit: Topping Rose House)

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When the temperatures drop, the atmosphere in the Hamptons gets cozier. The traffic and crowds are thinner, making late fall and winter the perfect time for a South Fork getaway.

Hotels and inns in the area are still open, ready to welcome guests with hot chocolate, champagne and a warm bed. These seven places left the fireplace on for you. (more…)

10/21/18 6:05am

Baron’s Cove Hotel in Sag Harbor is the perfect fall outpost. (Credit: Baron’s Cove)

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The Hamptons were in many ways designed for summer. But the cooler months are ideal for taking in the South Fork like a local.

Baron’s Cove, a cozy waterfront resort in Sag Harbor, provides the perfect home away from home. (more…)

09/30/18 6:10am

Harvest Day Fair at the Southampton History Museum. (Credit: William Roh)

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Columbus Day weekend in the Hamptons will be a busy one. There are plenty of activities — including the Hamptons International Film Festival — that everyone in the family will love, including your furry companions. (more…)

09/09/18 5:55am

NoaMar Markets will excite lovers of Spanish flavors. (Credit: Greater Long Island)

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Summer travel season is coming to an end (sniff), but if you’ve got a case of wanderlust, the Island has the cure.

From southern barbecue to traditional Italian cannolis to authentic dumplings, it is possible to eat your way around the world without leaving Long Island.

All you need to pack is an adventurous appetite. (more…)

09/19/15 6:00am
This $40,000 summer rental in Cutchogue is $15,000 in the fall (Credit: The Corcoron Group)

This $40,000 summer rental in Cutchogue is $15,000 in the fall
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The arrival of Labor Day doesn’t just mean kids are heading back to school and there’s more room at the beach for locals. As balmy weather gives way to pumpkins and apple picking, fall home rental prices are dropping — meaning there’s good opportunity to get in while prices are right and the weather is still warm.  (more…)