The Hamptons

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The reopened Baron’s Cove Sag Harbor—the epitome of Hamptons chic, with 67 airy guestrooms (we recommend the harbor-facing loft suite); a cozy dining room, serving surf-and-turf specials; an outdoor terrace with twinkle lights; a heated saltwater ...
The reopened Baron’s Cove Sag Harbor—the epitome of Hamptons chic, with 67 airy guestrooms (we recommend the harbor-facing loft suite); a cozy dining room, serving surf-and-turf specials; an outdoor terrace with twinkle lights; a heated saltwater ...
The reopened Baron’s Cove Sag Harbor—the epitome of Hamptons chic, with 67 airy guestrooms (we recommend the harbor-facing loft suite); a cozy dining room, serving surf-and-turf specials; an outdoor terrace with twinkle lights; a heated saltwater ...
The reopened Baron’s Cove Sag Harbor—the epitome of Hamptons chic, with 67 airy guestrooms (we recommend the harbor-facing loft suite); a cozy dining room, serving surf-and-turf specials; an outdoor terrace with twinkle lights; a heated saltwater ...
The reopened Baron’s Cove Sag Harbor—the epitome of Hamptons chic, with 67 airy guestrooms (we recommend the harbor-facing loft suite); a cozy dining room, serving surf-and-turf specials; an outdoor terrace with twinkle lights; a heated saltwater ...
The reopened Baron’s Cove Sag Harbor—the epitome of Hamptons chic, with 67 airy guestrooms (we recommend the harbor-facing loft suite); a cozy dining room, serving surf-and-turf specials; an outdoor terrace with twinkle lights; a heated saltwater ...
From June through September, the Hamptons is the place to see and be seen. That’s why every style-savvy consumer’s favorite e-commerce website, Net-A-Porter.com, has expanded their same-day delivery service from NYC to the Hamptons. This summer, c...
The Queen of Summer Jayma Cardoso has been cultivating a boho-chic scene at Montauk’s coolest address since it debuted in 2008, turning the surf shack into a breezy indie rock clubhouse for weekending Manhattanites. Here, the Brazilian-born local ...
On my first visit to the Hamptons some 20 years ago, I stayed with friends at a sprawling rental in Southampton. We hired a now-defunct taxi service (Mercedes-Benzes, of course) to take us to overpriced restaurants and red-rope clubs. It was exact...
Unlike Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale Beach, two of the hotter hot spots on the southeast coast of Florida, St. Pete Beach—on the central west coast of the Sunshine State—is lazy and low-key, quiet and calm, unpretentious and unassuming. More old...
During the summer all New York City roads seem to end in the Hamptons. But with few decent hotels, the best way to spend the night has usually been renting ($200,000 for the season is not unheard of) or houseguesting (invariably a hellish proposit...
Behind a stucco wall in East Hampton, New York, is a refuge along the lines of an English manor, a wonderfully intimate house, idiosyncratic in this place where high style is defined by the perfectly weathered shingle. The new J. Harper Poor Cotta...
You can tell a lot about a person by the car she drives. I drive an 11-year-old Volvo sedan with no radio, a cracked windshield, and a heat shield that rattles like a diamondback when I go over 30 miles an hour. Cars, in my book, are a means to an...
The idea of touring wine country was in its infancy three decades ago, as Americans began to discover the joys of the Napa Valley, with its handful of B&B's and restaurants. Today wine tourism has exploded—not only in California, but around the wo...
First came the fishermen. Then came the surfers. Now the formerly scruffy enclave of Montauk, at the easternmost point of Long Island, has been colonized by fashion-forward boutiques and hotels that are one-upping the rest of the Hamptons with a r...