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new, returning hamptons, greenport restaurants: east end eateries worth checking


the hamptons and the north fork are getting to uncork the high season for restaurants.a new french restaurant, maison vivienne, is slated to open in southampton by memorial day; landmark claudio’s in greenport, under new ownership, has the same start date; and harbor bistro in east hampton returns to its waterfront site on april 19.maison vivienne will move into the vintage downtown southampton address that has housed a series of restaurants, including kozu, nammos, nello summertimes, and, for many years, the post house.the chef is wolfgang ban, formerly executive chef to austria’s ambassador to the united nations. svitlana flom, founder of the food and décor website art de fete, is the owner, and allan basaran, formerly of nello, is general manager and partner.diners should expect dishes






eleven madison park to ‘pop up’ in east hampton this summer


advertisement | advertise on newsdaydaniel humm, chef-partner at eleven madison park in manhattan, is moving his restaurant to the hamptons for the summer. (credit: bloomberg / paul goguen) the hamptons season is months away, but one of world’s top restaurants is already gearing up for summer on the east end. eleven madison park, the manhattan temple of high gastronomy that was no. 3 on last year’s the world’s 50 best restaurants list, will take over the old moby’s spot on pantigo road in east hampton in late june, a few weeks after its high-ceilinged, art deco home across from...






hangin' in the hamptons: july 2017


lisa klein, kim heyman, and shoshanna lonstein attend the american friends of the open university of israel luncheon and fashion show at the hamptons residence of ingeborg and ira leon rennert on friday, july 7, 2017. (credit: societyallure.com/rob rich) looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long....looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long.






hangin' in the hamptons: may 2017


morgan gerstle, 20, left, and camille relota, 19, of new york city hang out at coopers beach in southampton, may 27, 2017. (credit: veronique louis) looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long....looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long.






hangin' in the hamptons: august 25-31, 2017


sophia bitis, 16, sarah levine, 16, blair potter, 16, and sophie browning, 16, all of sag harbor, have fun in the water at sagg main beach in sagaponack, friday, aug. 25, 2017. (credit: veronique louis) looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long....looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long.






hangin' in the hamptons: july 2017


kelly costello, 18, left, of ridgewood, n.j., sophia nelson, 18, of oradell, n.j., and mia magarro, 18, of old tappan, n.j., enjoy pikes beach in westhampton dunes on june 30, 2017. (credit: veronique louis) looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long....looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long.






hangin' in the hamptons: august 25-31, 2017


sophia bitis, 16, sarah levine, 16, blair potter, 16, and sophie browning, 16, all of sag harbor, have fun in the water at sagg main beach in sagaponack, friday, aug. 25, 2017. (credit: veronique louis) looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long....looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long.






hangin' in the hamptons: june 2017


kim, mickey and 2-year-old mason wong, of syossett, hang out at coopers beach in southampton, june 9, 2017. (credit: veronique louis) looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long....looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long.






hangin' in the hamptons: july 2017


mykolle podoleanu, natalia rolin and caroline cemoura attend the oreya lounge summer kickoff party sponsored by belvedere in southampton on saturday, july 1, 2017. (credit: societyallure/rob rich) looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long....looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long.






hangin' in the hamptons: june 2017


melody caponi, 22, of speonk, and chelsea densieski, 20, of manorville at rogers beach in westhampton beach on june 2, 2017. (credit: veronique louis) looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long....looking for a hamptons fix? we're spotting sunbathers, celebrities, club-goers and more on the east end all summer long.






claudio’s in greenport sold to new owners after 148 years


claudio’s, the greenport waterfront landmark cited as the nation’s oldest restaurant continuously owned by the same family, has been sold.in an announcement on its facebook page, the claudio family thanked diners “for being the reason we got up every morning,” adding “we move on, excited, wistful, sad, all rolled into one.”the new owner and the price paid for the more than 2-acre waterfront establishment were not immediately available.a liquor license application was cited in the minutes of greenport village board of trustees’ feb. 22 meeting for a limited liability company “to be formed by david weitz,” formerly an analyst with tishman speyer. weitz could not be reached for comment.“things will be different, but we are also pleased to share that some things will remain the same,” the fami






restaurants booming in wayzata


david joles – star tribunegallery: dubbed the "land of new restaurants" a few years ago, the bellecour cafe is among the thriving eateries in wayzata and pastries were seen there thursday, march 23, 2017, in wayzata, mn.






midway airport eateries going more upscale as major revamp starts friday


if you're flying out of midway over the next week or so, the airport could look very different when you get back in town.most existing restaurants, bars and cafes at midway airport will close over a nine-day period starting friday and be replaced with new venues as part of a $75 million renovation of the airport's concession area. the overhaul is part of the larger midway modernization program, announced by mayor rahm emanuel in 2015. vendors had to get approval from a new concession operator to remain at the airport, and at least some aren't going willingly.several notable restaurants will no longer have a presence at midway, including mcdonald's, potbelly sandwich shop and harry caray's. in total, 21 of the current food and beverage locations at midway will close completely. only four ex






why many twin cities restaurants don't take reservations


ann verme and her husband had a memorable dinner on the patio of south minneapolis restaurant corner table last summer. by all accounts it was a perfect evening. only, it wasn’t the dinner they had hoped for.they had wanted to eat at nearby revival, the fried chicken joint owned by the same restaurateurs as corner table, three blocks away. the wait, however, was too long.like a number of casual twin cities restaurants that have gained cult followings, revival does not take reservations. the mania surrounding these establishments, fueled by media coverage and instagram-ready dishes, has led to long lines in cramped quarters while would-be diners battle their own patience for a hot seat. while most high-end restaurants in the twin cities take reservations, leaving the bar open for walk-ins,






greenport’s new sign welcomes visitors as well as memories


maria heaney and greenport village mayor george hubbard at the unveiling of the new "welcome to greenport" sign on route 58 in greenport, on nov. 18, 2017. photo credit: chatty allen by jean-paul salamanca  [email protected] @jpaulsalamanca updated november 27, 2017 6:00 am print see commentsshare share tweet share emailmaria heaney’s hometown of greenport will always hold a special place in her heart, she said, and now her version of the “welcome to greenport” sign first created by her late brother and his high school classmates holds a place on route 48, greeting visitors to the north fork village.the original sign was created in 1977 as part of a greenport high school project to welcome summer visitors. southold town paid for the effort. former art teacher bruce meirowitz l






hey, wait: why many twin cities restaurants don't take reservations


ann verme and her husband had a memorable dinner on the patio of south minneapolis restaurant corner table last summer. by all accounts it was a perfect evening. only, it wasn’t the dinner they had hoped for.they had wanted to eat at nearby revival, the fried chicken joint owned by the same restaurateurs as corner table, three blocks away. the wait, however, was too long.like a number of casual twin cities restaurants that have gained cult followings, revival does not take reservations. the mania surrounding these establishments, fueled by media coverage and instagram-ready dishes, has led to long lines in cramped quarters while would-be diners battle their own patience for a hot seat. while most high-end restaurants in the twin cities take reservations, leaving the bar open for walk-ins,






hey, wait: why many twin cities restaurants don't take reservations


ann verme and her husband had a memorable dinner on the patio of south minneapolis restaurant corner table last summer. by all accounts it was a perfect evening. only, it wasn’t the dinner they had hoped for.they had wanted to eat at nearby revival, the fried chicken joint owned by the same restaurateurs as corner table, three blocks away. the wait, however, was too long.like a number of casual twin cities restaurants that have gained cult followings, revival does not take reservations. the mania surrounding these establishments, fueled by media coverage and instagram-ready dishes, has led to long lines in cramped quarters while would-be diners battle their own patience for a hot seat. while most high-end restaurants in the twin cities take reservations, leaving the bar open for walk-ins,






greenport officials, residents seek return of miniature railroad


advertisement | advertise on newsdayfrank field, right, owner of the peconic county miniature railroad in greenport, checks the engines on a summer sunday afternoon in 2012, the last year the train operated. (credit: gordon m. grant) greenport village residents and officials are looking to raise money to bring back a local attraction that, for many of them, holds fond memories going back decades.plans are underway to build a miniature railroad on village property to replace the old peconic country miniature railroad that stopped operating its trains five years ago, mayor george hubbard said at last thursday’s village...






mother’s day restaurants: li eateries offering specials for mom


advertisement | advertise on newsdaypan seared local diver scallops with montauk lobster, white truffle risotto, fresh soy beans and citrus gastrique are served at view in oakdale. (credit: randee daddona) you’ve earned it, mom.this time, when you’re asked what’s for dinner, just say “reservations.”yes, mother’s day is one of the hospitality trade’s biggest days. countless restaurants will be offering specials for the big day in nassau and suffolk.here’s a sampler of long island restaurants that plan to do just that. for these and other local spots, the best advice is to book...






olive branch café opens in greenport


greenport, the north fork’s restaurant hub, has added a new cuisine to its roster. the turkish eatery-market olive branch café has opened in the little u-shaped shopping center across the street from mitchell park on front street.michelle and yusuf alptekin worked for more than a year to put the venture together. they were living in massachusetts when yusuf, a turkish chef who has consulted on restaurants in new york and abroad, visited greenport and fell in love. “it reminded him of izmir,” said michelle, referencing the resort city on turkey’s aegean coast. advertisement | advertise on newsdayit’s an ambitious venture. the alptekins took over three storefronts: one for the kitchen, one for a takeout market and one for a dining room. the menu is ambitious, too, blending traditional turkis






claudio’s in greenport to reopen as sale falls through


advertisement | advertise on newsdayclaudio's in greenport, long island's oldest family-owned restaurant, is staying in the family as a deal to sell the landmark complex has fallen through. (credit: doug young) long island’s oldest family-owned restaurant, founded in 1870, is staying in the family.claudio’s, greenport’s iconic waterfront restaurant complex, went on the market two years ago and was expected to change hands this winter. but the deal has fallen through, co-owner janice claudio said thursday. when the season opens april 6, janice, 62, her husband, bill claudio jr., 78, and his sisters,...






claudio’s in greenport to reopen as sale falls through


advertisement | advertise on newsdayclaudio's in greenport, long island's oldest family-owned restaurant, is staying in the family as a deal to sell the landmark complex has fallen through. (credit: doug young) long island’s oldest family-owned restaurant, founded in 1870, is staying in the family.claudio’s, greenport’s iconic waterfront restaurant complex, went on the market two years ago and was expected to change hands this winter. but the deal has fallen through, co-owner janice claudio said thursday. when the season opens april 6, janice, 62, her husband, bill claudio jr., 78, and his sisters,...






find dining restaurant finder download


download download find dining is a restaurant finder app that offers a fast and easy way to find restaurants near you or search around any specific location. find restaurants, cafes and eateries - any place for food. if you want to find restaurants near you, this app will find them for you even without having to type anything. otherwise, just enter the desired address or city in the world and this restaurant locator and food finder app will return a list of eateries in that area. see something you like? check their website and make a restaurant reservation from within the app. [new. ] food suggestions: don't know what to eat? get some ideas from the new smart suggestions that improve the more you use. the list of restaurants found are initially sorted based on distance but you can also cha






still available: luxe hamptons summer rentals


the hamptons summer rental season is off to a slow start, with brokers and homeowners saying there are still plenty of desirable homes available. in the days leading up to memorial day, homes could still be rented at prices ranging from less than $600 a night to $1 million or more for the full season.most popularthe growing popularity of websites such as homeaway and airbnb is helping to reshape the hamptons rental scene. some vacationers book trips just days in advance. brokers and homeowners also say they’re seeing more vacationers booking one month — or a week or two, or even a few days. those shorter stays have freed up weeks or months in homes that once were reserved for the full summer. what’s more, a surge of new construction and renovations in the hamptons has increased the supply






babylon village extends moratorium on opening new restaurants


the argyle theater at babylon village is expected to open in march at the site of a former movie theater, seen here on dec. 29, 2016. photo credit: ed betz babylon village is extending a partial moratorium on new restaurants until the end of 2018.the village board of trustees voted 5-0 at its december meeting to prolong the policy that prohibits new eateries from opening except in spaces previously occupied by restaurants.the board first approved the yearlong moratorium in january 2017. the trustees decided to continue it for the coming...






still available: luxe hamptons summer rentals


the hamptons summer rental season is off to a slow start, with brokers and homeowners saying there are still plenty of homes available. in the days leading up to memorial day, desirable homes could still be rented at prices ranging from $600 a night to $1 million or more for the full season.most popularthe growing popularity of websites such as homeaway and airbnb is helping to reshape the hamptons rental scene. some vacationers book trips just days in advance. brokers also say they’re seeing more vacationers booking one month — or a week or two, or even a few days. those shorter stays have freed up weeks or months in homes that once were reserved for the full summer. what’s more, a surge of new construction and renovations in the hamptons has increased the supply of sleekly designed renta






still available: luxe hamptons summer rentals


the hamptons summer rental season is off to a slow start, with brokers and homeowners saying there are still plenty of homes available. in the days leading up to memorial day, desirable homes could still be rented at prices ranging from $600 a night to $1 million or more for the full season.most popularthe growing popularity of websites such as homeaway and airbnb is helping to reshape the hamptons rental scene. some vacationers book trips just days in advance. brokers also say they’re seeing more vacationers booking one month — or a week or two, or even a few days. those shorter stays have freed up weeks or months in homes that once were reserved for the full summer. what’s more, a surge of new construction and renovations in the hamptons has increased the supply of sleekly designed renta






san diego county restaurants take ‘no straws’ pledge


san diego (ap) — one hundred san diego county restaurants are pledging to cut down on plastic waste by eliminating plastic straws.the san diego union-tribune reports that the eateries are taking part in a campaign called “plastic straws suck.” through dec. 31, they will eliminate plastic straws or only provide them on request.the san diego county chapter of the surfrider foundation enlisted the restaurants as part of its effort to reduce plastic waste that washes up on beaches and poses a hazard to sea life.surfrider hopes that eventually, the restaurants will abandon plastic straws permanently or switch to paper straws.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.according to the national park service, americans use 500 million straws every day.






midway food court changes: goodbye, potbelly and harry caray's. hello, home run


if you're flying out of midway over the next week or so, the airport could look very different when you get back in town.most existing restaurants, bars and cafes at midway airport will close over a nine-day period starting friday and be replaced with new venues as part of a $75 million renovation of the airport's concession area.the overhaul is part of the larger midway modernization program, announced by mayor rahm emanuel in 2015. vendors had to get approval from a new concession operator to remain at the airport, and at least some aren't going willingly.several notable restaurants will no longer have a presence at midway, including mcdonald's, potbelly sandwich shop and harry caray's. in total, 21 of the current food and beverage locations at midway will close completely. only four exi






midway food court changes: goodbye, potbelly and harry caray's. hello, home run


if you're flying out of midway over the next week or so, the airport could look very different when you get back in town.most existing restaurants, bars and cafes at midway airport will close over a nine-day period starting friday and be replaced with new venues as part of a $75 million renovation of the airport's concession area. the overhaul is part of the larger midway modernization program, announced by mayor rahm emanuel in 2015. vendors had to get approval from a new concession operator to remain at the airport, and at least some aren't going willingly.several notable restaurants will no longer have a presence at midway, including mcdonald's, potbelly sandwich shop and harry caray's. in total, 21 of the current food and beverage locations at midway will close completely. only four ex






midway food court changes: goodbye, potbelly and harry caray's. hello, home run


if you're flying out of midway over the next week or so, the airport could look very different when you get back in town.most existing restaurants, bars and cafes at midway airport will close over a nine-day period starting friday and be replaced with new venues as part of a $75 million renovation of the airport's concession area. the overhaul is part of the larger midway modernization program, announced by mayor rahm emanuel in 2015. vendors had to get approval from a new concession operator to remain at the airport, and at least some aren't going willingly.several notable restaurants will no longer have a presence at midway, including mcdonald's, potbelly sandwich shop and harry caray's. in total, 21 of the current food and beverage locations at midway will close completely. only four ex






still available: luxe hamptons summer rentals


advertisement | advertise on newsdaythis 10-bedroom oceanfront home in southampton on 3 acres with a pool and tennis court was listed for rent at $800,000 for the full summer. (credit: douglas elliman real estate / evan joseph images) the hamptons summer rental season is off to a slow start, with brokers and homeowners saying there are still plenty of homes available. in the days leading up to memorial day, desirable homes could still be rented at prices ranging from $600 a night to $1 million or more for the full season.the growing popularity of websites such as homeaway and airbnb is helping to reshape the hamptons...






east hampton changes outdoor dining proposal after complaints


concerns raised by restaurant owners have led east hampton town officials to temper proposed changes to regulations governing outdoor dining.a group of restaurant owners and operators said the changes would have prohibited their ability to have outdoor waiting areas and would have hurt revenues.most populartown supervisor larry cantwell said the proposed changes seek to clarify existing codes about the number of seats and tables permitted outside restaurants. but one line in the law — about how the amendment applies to waiting areas, bars and entertainment — has been “misunderstood,” prompting the board to delete it. “we understand it’s created an issue in the community,” cantwell said. “we’re going to do what we can to clarify that and move forward.” councilwoman sylvia overby, who sponso






hamptons attorney stole money from clients, police say


an east hampton attorney has been arrested and charged with stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from clients and using the identity of a former law firm ociate to steal more money, authorities said friday.kyle t. lynch, 42, was arraigned wednesday in east hampton town justice court, pleading not guilty to three counts of second-degree grand larceny, one count of third-degree grand larceny, two counts of first-degree identity theft and two counts of unlawful possession of personal identifying information. he was ordered held in lieu of $100,000 cash bail or $50,000 bond. it was not immediately known if lynch was represented by counsel.advertisement | advertise on newsdaylynch’s license to practice law was suspended last year, according to the office of suffolk county district attorney






hamptons attorney stole money from clients, police say


an east hampton attorney has been arrested and charged with stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from clients and using the identity of a former law firm ociate to steal more money, authorities said friday.kyle t. lynch, 42, was arraigned wednesday in east hampton town justice court, pleading not guilty to three counts of second-degree grand larceny, one count of third-degree grand larceny, two counts of first-degree identity theft and two counts of unlawful possession of personal identifying information. most popularhe was ordered held in lieu of $100,000 cash bail or $50,000 bond. it was not immediately known whether lynch was represented by counsel.lynch’s license to practice law was suspended last year, according to the office of suffolk county district attorney thomas spota.east






hamptons day-trip ideas: get the experience without shelling out for a hotel


outside deck of duryea's lobster deck, at 65 tuthill rd. in montauk, may 25, 2016. (credit: gordon m. grant) if you can’t commit to the three-night minimum required at most hamptons hotels, consider a day trip. you’ll be surprised at how much you can see, do, eat and buy in the span of a few hours before heading home to sleep in your own affordable bed....






the latest: nasa: new orleans facility closed after tornado


new orleans — the latest on severe weather on the gulf coast (all times local):5:30 p.m.nasa says its michoud (mee-shoo) embly facility in eastern new orleans remains closed while security and emergency operations crews ess damage from tuesday's tornado.a news release says there's some electrical damage to a substation at the building where major hardware is welded for a rocket designed to explore deep space.nasa notes that the most recently welded space launch system part had been moved out of that building last week.the statement says about 40 percent to 50 percent of the facility's buildings were damaged, and four or five buildings have severe damage.it says wednesday's work concentrated on finishing damage essments and restoring power to buildings in the best condition. it says those i