Southampton Inn Offers a Passport To The Best of The Hamptons this 2015

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Located in the heart of Southampton, the Southampton Inn’s envious location offers guests a gateway to the best the Hamptons summer season has to offer this 2015. With 90 newly renovated guest rooms, on-site dining, outdoor recreation, and connections to all the most popular activities on the East End, the Southampton Inn is the ultimate destination for a weekend getaway or longer vacation stay.

At the resort, guests can partake of the Southampton Inn’s acres of lawn space that offers nooks to appeal to many interests. Private gardens are ideal for reading or quiet contemplation, while the all-weather tennis courts, heated 50-foot swimming pool, shuffleboard court, Ping Pong table or green spaces for croquet, volleyball, or badminton will appeal to athletes of all ability levels.

For dining options, visitors can enjoy a meal al fresco in one of the new outdoor lounge chairs in the pool area, or unwind over breakfast, lunch or dinner at the award-winning, on-site Café Oso that offers both patio seating as well as indoor dining options.

At the end of the day, guests can retire to their well-appointed guestrooms that include Tempur-Pedic mattresses, upscale linens, Gilchrist & Soames toiletries, complimentary Wi-Fi internet access, and flat-screen televisions with more than 100 channels, to rest up and prepare to experience new adventures tomorrow.

With an on-site, well-stocked game room, the Southampton Inn is welcoming to families and guests of all ages. Pets are also welcome (for an additional fee) in one of the Inn’s 18 specially designated pet-friendly guest rooms. AAA discounts plus mid-week specials make a stay at Southampton Inn both convenient and cost effective.

The property’s 6,000 square feet of flexible indoor meeting space, includes a newly renovated conference room and ballroom, on-site restaurant, and proximity to transportation to and from New York City also make the Southampton Inn an ideal location for corporate meetings, retreats and conferences as well as social gatherings. Day passes to the pool and tennis courts are also available for $100 which includes a $20 voucher to the Inn’s on-site Café Oso.

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It’s Time For The Hamptons

Best known as the summer playground for the rich and famous, the Hamptons are home to the summer’s hottest hotels, bars, clubs and events. New York movers and shakers de-camp from New York City to their summer homes between Memorial Day and Labor Day to socialize, support charities and play.

Below is a sneak peek of some of the trendiest hot spots in the Hamptons this season   Whether you are looking for a nice stroll on the beach, a relaxing oceanfront weekend getaway or exciting nightlife, the Hamptons has always been a classic destination to escape the concrete jungle that allows you to rub elbows with the rich and famous. Whatever the case, don’t forget to bring your designer swim suit and dress your best, as you never know who you will run in to.

Here’s a Happy group of choices. Just follow the links for more info and to make reservations. Having a great time is a given.

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75 Main Celebrates Thanksgiving

Three-course prix-fixe menu is the perfect start to the holiday season

Forget the stresses of cooking and entertaining all of your family and friends—this Thanksgiving, entertain at Southampton celebrity-favorite, 75 Main. Counting Kourtney Kardashian, Howard Stern and U.S. Vice President Joe Biden amongst its dining crowd, 75 Main is giving thanks with a deliciously decadent three-course prix-fixe menu, sure to please any palette with the season’s finest ingredients and a nod to the holiday’s classic favorites…

75 MAIN THANKSGIVING PRIX-FIXE MENU

Thursday, November 25, 2010 / 4:30PM to 11:00PM

FIRST COURSE

CREAM OF PUMPKIN BISQUE

garnished with candied pumpkin seeds and sour cream

MIXED GREENS

with diced tomatoes, roasted red peppers and red onions

tossed with house Balsamic Vinaigrette

CHOICE OF ENTRÉE

TRADITIONAL TURKEY

served with mashed sweet potatoes, haricot verts and giblet gravy

CLASSIC HAM

served with candied sweet potatoes and broccoli with cheddar sauce

PETITE CUT PRIME RIB

served with Yukon gold mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus

DESSERT

ASSORTED HOLIDAY DESSERTS

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Madame Tong’s REDEUX

Madame Tong’s REDEUX (www.mtredeux.com)

256 Elm Street

Southampton, NY

The East End hotspot, an A-list celebrity and socialite favorite, has made its debut back into the social and dining scene that the Hamptons is known for. Owners Ian Duke, of Prohibition fame (Upper West Side, NYC) and David Hilty revitalized the space and created something bigger, better and new.

REDEUX means remix, and that is just what the new Hamptons eatery is about.  With new owners, a new menu, new chef Frank Coe, and a new décor, the nighttime haunt is creating quite a stir and taking the East End scene by storm.  The chicly decorated restaurant will serve up Asian Fusion fare, complimented by a sultry environment comprised of Chinese lanterns, dark mahogany hardwood floors and cozy banquettes. The bars (one inside bar and two outside) are a sexy setting for sipping summertime cocktails.

Foodies will indulge in a creative menu that blends Asian cuisine with modern flair (sure-to-be-signature-favorites include, Tuna Ching Chong Chew, Szechuan Seared Rib Eye Steak and Tamarind Glazed Spare Ribs) and an exclusive cocktail list of infused spirits and fresh fruits like the Madame’s Frozen Cosmo, Coconut Caprioska and the Pink Orchid.

What’s Hot in the Hamptons for Summer 2010

On Your Way to the Hamptons:

1) CHEF GREGORY BAUMEL’S THE STONE TURTLE RESTAURANT (www.thestoneturtlerestaurant.com)

o Offering guests an unparalleled culinary experience, Executive Chef Gregory Baumel shares his imaginative take on Eclectic cuisine – everyday food with a twist – crafted with the season’s freshest ingredients, many of which are organic and locally sourced.

o A playful sense of whimsy and fun has returned to fine dining, as guests step inside The Stone Turtle Restaurant, they are greeted by a brightly colored décor, met with exposed brick and wood embodies the eatery’s casual elegance and charm.

o Stone Turtle’s Small Plates are ideal for those seeking a quick bite on the road and include Screaming Oysters (Freshly Shucked East Coast Oysters lightly poached in a sauce of Sake, Oyster Sauce, Chilis and Cilantro served with Crostini). Thirsty? Try the Hare of the Turtle (Bacardi® Superior Rum, club soda, mint leaves, jalapeno, lime, sugar, topped with Cotton Candy garnish), or the Stone Turtle Beer Sampler, which includes four 5oz. draft beers from the eatery’s twelve-beer selection. For those with a sweet tooth be sure to indulge with a selection or two from the Chocolate and Nothing But Chocolate Dessert Menu— the decadent, all-chocolate menu offers playful signature sweet treats such as The Dirty Ashtray and Chocolate Jalapeno “Chipwich Sandwich.

o If you can’t make the stop, Executive Chef Gregory Baumel also makes “House Calls” upon request, personally crafting and creating a special menu based upon his client’s tastes and wishes.

4160 Austin Blvd.

Island Park, NY 11558

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