The Logie sisters combined their love of cooking, baking and yoga to create a unique spot in East Hampton that offers customers healthy alternatives.
Simply Sublime, a health food store at 85 Springs-Fireplace Rd., opened July 17 with a small take-out cafe that offers fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, made-to-order wraps and salads, coffee, and baked goods, including gluten-free and vegan options. The shelves are stocked with gluten-free pastas, all-natural chips, treats and frozen foods, fruit, vegetables and drinks.
At the beginning of July, a sign popped up in a Bridgehampton Commons storefront to alert shoppers that a Dunkin' Donuts was moving in.
The next closest in on County Road 39 in Southampton inside a former Starbucks, and it includes a deli.
The new Bridgehampton Dunkin' Donuts enters the local coffee service game competing with inside the Commons, and Golden Pear on Bridgehampton's Main Street, and in nearby Water Mill.
One of Riverhead's most beloved eateries is getting a makeover.
, located at Baiting Hollow Commons on Sound Avenue in Riverhead, will debut its new look and vision at a grand opening on August 3.
The new venture, by veteran restauranteur Frederick H. Terry Sr., who decided to come back out of semi-retirement, is a new concept tasting room for both foods and beverages.
is a new store specializing in women’s and children’s fashion and accessories, jewelry and home products bought from various locations around the world. It took over the former at 119 Main Street in Greenport in mid-June, and a grand opening party will take place Saturday night at down the street.
And the owners have backgrounds that are just as eclectic as the inventory. Lucy Barnes is a well-known New York City fashion designer, Heidi Kelso is a producer of television awards shows and high profile fashion events, and Fran Lombardi-Reilly is an interior decorator and antique dealer. Eureka Beach showcases a mix of each of their respective lifestyle and fashion sensibilities. The store’s name derives from the landmarked 19th century building “Eureka Hall” which houses the store right next to in the village.
Despite rumors and a Facebook page called "Save " that has been taken down, David Hersh, owner of the popular waterside spot, said his restaurant will remain open.
Hersh wrote on Rumba's Facebook Page on Thursday morning, "I know that there has been some activity about Rumba and its efforts to negotiate with the city council to keep our business model. Rumba is not going anywhere. We are OPEN and looking forward to serving our faithful guests. We had to take out a couple of seats, but we are here for the long run. Thanks to all for their support."
Rumba, according to Southampton Councilwoman Bridget Fleming, is currently embroiled in litigation with the town over several issues, including a question as to the seating capacity of the eatery as well as septic loading.