The East Hampton Star 153 Main St, East Hampton, NY11937 As the longest-running newspaper in East Hampton, The East Hampton Star has been the paper of record…More since 1885. Privately owned, it has been run by the Rattray family since 1935, when Jeannette and Arnold Rattray bought it, and has been published from the same building on Main Strett, next to the East Hampton Library, since 1940. The Star, a weekly boardsheet, and has four sections: news, business, arts and sports. It covers Montauk to Water Mill, including East Hampton, Sag Harbor and North Haven Villages. The Star is sold for $1 at groceries and delis throughout the South Fork, on Shelter Island and in a few locations in Manhattan.
The Maidstone Club was founded by a group of wealthy East Hampton Village, once called Maidstone, summer residents…More almost 120 years ago. Still a private family club, with a tudor revival-style mansion off of Old Beach Lane, the club offers golf courses with holes that overlook the Atlantic Ocean and Hook Pond, tennis, and private access to Egypt Beach. It's so private, that even the Web site is member-access only.
The original nine-hole golf course was one of the first 100 ever built in the United States, and the 18-hole course has been named among Golf Digest's Top 100 courses.
Wok & Roll Main St, East Hampton, NY11937 One of the few eateries in Montauk that offers a "you hook'em, we'll cook 'em" service, Wok & Roll is…More a classic Chinese take-out joint that will flavor your catch with a variety of sauces and spices. Staple dishes such as General Tso's chicken, beef with broccoli and egg foo young are also on the menu and delivery service is also available. Grab a seat outside on the porch overlooking Main Street or take your food to go.