Shoe-Inn East 36 Main St, East Hampton, NY11937 Melissa and Billy Lawson have been offering the finest in footwear since 1971. They opened this Shoe-Inn outpost in East…More Hampton 13 years ago. In addition to shoes, customers can find accessories, hats, and handbags here. Other stores are located in New Jersey, upstate New York, Connecticut, and Palm Beach, and the owners travel to Europe twice a year to stock them with the finest merchandise, from stilettos to UGGs. Don't forget to check out Shoe-Inn East's annual August sale to get the best of the best at a fraction of the cost.
BCBG 20 Main St, East Hampton, NY11937 This company was founded back in 1989 by Max Azria and continues to carry sophisticated European fashions with an…More American spirit, at affordable price points. This is the best place in town to get that perfect dress for prom night or a night out on the town. Other than its famous dresses, a ready to wear line is available with great pieces for the workplace.
Fresno 8 Fresno Pl, East Hampton, NY11937 Fresno restaurant offers a new American menu that touts itself as simple, yet sophisticated. David Lowenberg and Michael…More Nolan opened the restaurant, which is named for its location on Fresno Place. The restaurant is warm and inviting, and one of its best features is its landscaped patio with a fountain surrounded by outdoor tables, as well as its zinc bar.
The police department has headquarters at the Emergency Service Building on Cedar Street. The building has…More administrative offices; a emergency communications center with 911 dispatchers who dispatch the village police, Sag Harbor Village police and six fire districts on the South Fork; and facilities for booking, temporary detention and evidence storage.
The main parking lot is in the back, but the best entrance to use for the police department is from Cedar Street; there are also a few spaces available in the Della Femina restaurant parking lot next door to make it more convenient.
Michael Stars 66 Newtown Ln, East Hampton, NY11937 This Michael Star is the first East Coast outpost of the trendy LA casualwear boutique. The 2,000 sq.ft. space has a…More relaxed seaside feel and offers what Michael Stars is best known for: basic shirts and t-shirts in super soft fabrics. The entire line is based on the simple idea that being stylish is about being comfortable. A new line of jewelery, Chan Luu for Michael Stars, is also available in-store. Since arriving in May, 2010, the shop has been a hit with locals.