Balcuns Service Center 162 N Main St, East Hampton, NY11937 Vinnie and Linda Balcuns have owned Balcuns Service Center on North Main Street in East Hampton for 18 years. The…More automotive repairs and towing company also sells Getty gasoline. The shop is located just before the fork at Springs Fireplace Road and Three Mile Harbor Road.
Town & Country Real Estate: East Hampton 52 Main St, East Hampton, NY11937 Town & Country Real Estate is a privately owned agency servicing the east end of Long Island. This location is the…More first of eight locations throughout the north and south fork. It specializes in high-end homes and many of the agents live locally.
Brent Newsom Caterer P.O. Box 369, Wainscott, NY11975 For over 15 years, Brent Newsom has been catering upscale events on the South and North Forks of Long Island and in…More Manhattan. Based in Wainscott, Newsom has catered large parties for Food Network host and East Hampton resident, Ina Garten, and done weddings, holiday parties, and photo and video shoots. Chefs can prepare ethnic cuisine ranging from Asian to Nordic. Newsom also offers party event planning and guidance. The Web site provides sample menus.
A division of East Hampton Flowers, Hamptons Weddings & Events provides expert custom floral services for…More weddings and other private affairs and specializes in designing a special atmosphere or ambiance for each event. It works on weddings of all types and styles, including traditional, contemporary, romantic, or beach weddings and for locations and venues throughout the North and South forks.
Hook Mill Pantigo Rd & N Main St, East Hampton, NY11937 Hook Mill sits on the Village Green is one of the most prominently displayed mills, on the fork between Pantigo Road.…More and North Main Street. Hook Mill was built in 1806 with the main post of the 1736 mill, so it incorporates the oldest mill in East Hampton. After the village bought it in 1922, it was restored to working condition in 1939, and it functioned until the 1950s. Last repaired in the mid-1980s, the village undertook a major renovation of it in 2010, replacing rotting wood, balancing the base and re-shingling it.
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.