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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.
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History at every turn, delicious eats, funky shops — just across the Peconic Bay from the North Fork and Shelter Island, Sag Harbor holds all the ingredients for a magical day trip.
Here’s how to spend the perfect day there. (more…)
HarborFest, which takes place in Sag Harbor each year, and is back again. The three-day event is set for Friday, Sept. 8 through Sunday, September 10 at locales all over the village.
Some favorite events of HarborFest, which is sponsored by Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce, include the arts and crafts fair in Marine Park, the sidewalk sale outside Main Street businesses, visits to village museums, entertainment at Bay Street Theatre and the ever raucous and rollicking Whale Boat Races which attract large crowds of spectators all along on Long Wharf. (more…)
At first, several people thought it was a crazy idea.
After all, who in their right mind sponsors an outdoor winter festival, complete with fireworks, in a famous summertime resort?
Sag Harbor, that’s who — and ever since the first successful HarborFrost back in February 2011, this village by the bay has made it an annual tradition. (more…)
Its exterior sign hasn’t been installed yet, but people are already discovering Espresso North Fork in Mattituck.
The Italian eatery was a fixture in Sag Harbor before co-owner Corrado Paini sold his share in 2014. For the next two years, he worked at his cousin’s Sag Harbor restaurant Cappelletti while searching for a commercial space on the North Fork. (more…)
Hollywood came to Greenport on Monday when a crew from the Hulu series “The Path” shot several scenes in the village, including Front Street, Carpenter Street and even inside Claudio’s restaurant. (more…)