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WHAT ' S NEW ON THE EAST END

It ’ s rare we need to report on new openings and

sadly some closings this late in the game . But this summer of 2017 has been a slippery one . What seemed settled has in some cases come undone , while new businesses have taken advantage of opportunities not seen to move forward .
Easily the biggest change on the East End is the finally completed merger of SOUTHAMPTON HOS- PITAL and STONY BROOK MEDICAL . A marriage many years in the making , having to overcome legal and logistical hurdles that could quality as an Olympic sport , determined leaders at both institutions have finally seen the day come when one , seamless medical delivery system stretches from the East End to mid-Island .
In the short run this means little in the day-today operations of Southampton Hospital . All its facilitates remain open , its doctors and staff remain in place and all associated medical practices and satellite offices remain open and staffed as always . Ambitious plans begun by Southampton Hospital will continue . That includes the current construction of the new , Phillips Family Cancer Center at the beginning of County Road 39A in Southampton . With a projected opening at the end of 2018 it will bring state-of-the-art treatment to the East End .
Of course the ultimate goal is to use the collective size of the combined institution to better serve all of Long Island . Given a very aggressive capital campaign , that could some day soon see an entirely new Southampton Hospital campus rise on the old Southampton College site just off Country Road 39 west of the village . It will take a reported $ 250 million to build it , but build it , they will .
Funny how one event affects so many businesses . Last year ’ s fire on Main Street , Sag Harbor destroyed a block of business that are still struggling to get back on their feet . The Cinema itself was the main source of concern , a cornerstone of that historic village , the gaping hole still left there is a constant reminder of the destruction inflicted almost 9 months ago now is yet to heal . That said , an ambitious effort is underway to rebuild not just the cinema but an allnew arts center that will greatly expand it ’ s reach into the community . With over half the approximately $ 8 million raised so far , that looks to be a concrete reality in the coming year .
Meanwhile other businesses are working feverishly to reopen for this summer . Next door Sag Harbor ’ s most popular meet and greet coffee café , SAG TOWN 631-725-TOWN has ambitious plans to be bigger and better than ever ! Not only are they close to reopening the original space , they ’ ve taken over the space previously used by COLLETTE luxury , designer women ’ s consignment store , too . That will give Sag expanded seating area to accommodate the hordes of caffeine lovers who always overflow the benches and seats the original offered . Expect a ribbon cutting and latte pouring ceremony by the time you ‘ ve read this .
And what of COLETTE ? As ambitious a retailer as the East End has ever seen , her plans are well underway to reorganize and expand her network of stores , too . That started by moving her 2016 Southampton Village furniture store to a far larger space in Bridgehampton just a few steps from that village ’ s Citarella in the old Urban Archeology store .
Stocked with some of the most beautiful contemporary , traditional and antique pieces it is a showroom any furniture lover or decorator needs to visit or call 631-204-9500 .
No sooner had the last box there been put away , she took advantage of an opening at the nearby Bridgehampton Commons to open an even larger space ! There she has taken a seasonal lease for the largest consignment store in her history . Filled with carefully curated furniture , home décor , lighting and more COLLETTE offers home owners a selection of style and taste as broad as any in the area . Looking for designer clothes at a discount ? She also incorporates a women ’ s and men ’ s designer annex at the rear of the store . Open daily now through the end of September , call 631-557-0001 for more information .
EAST HAMPTON
Back in what some call “ the most beautiful village in America ” there ’ s also a few changes more than worth celebrating . Here because back to basic needs is a retail theme that always needs addressing .
In this case we have a nearly side-by-side set of new faces who compliment each other perfectly . On the corner of Race Lane and Railroad the long dormant fish store there has reopened under new , and very experienced ownership . With locations in Riverhead , Westhampton Beach and Mattituck BUOY ONE 631-527-7557 has become a staple for both the retail fish and seafood customer as well as a great take-out , prepared food option for anyone looking for a great meal on the run . Ironic , in a town founded on fishing there isn ’ t a single fish market in the village itself ! With aisles of fresh fish , seafood , shellfish , lobsters and more , that need is firmly filled not just seasonally , but as planned , year-round . You ’ ll find them open weekdays 10am - 8pm , weekends till 9pm .
So you have your fish centric meal all set what about something cool to go with it ? As in a premium beer , case of soda , jug of juice or stack of water ! Now , instead of schlepping down into the village where the traffic is thicker than the lines getting into Nick and Toni ’ s all you have to do walk a few steps down Railroad Ave and find the newest beverage center on the East End .

SIDE-BY-SIDE

Side-by-side in East Hampton Village Sam ' s Beverege Center and Buoy One make for the most convenient source for a great meal or case of craft beer .
SAM ’ S BEVERAGE CENTER 631-324-SAMS is an all-purpose stop that not only caters to your thirst , it also provides the convenience items you need to complete a day in the Hamptons . Besides the aisles of premium imported , domestic and craft beers , there is a large assortment of waters , soda and other beverages . Not to mention plenty of healthy snacks , stacks of candy , ice cream , beach gear , drink ware and more !
Are the Hamptons giving you a headache ? A bottle of Aleve might do the trick . Headed to the beach and forgot the sunscreen ? Grab a tube and you ’ re all set ! And how about your next big event ? They sell Craft beer slim kegs for all your special occasions .
With available parking in back you ’ ll find that Sam ’ s is a convenient a spot to stop and shop . Don ’ t want to make the drive ? They offer delivery to East Hampton , Wainscott , Amagansett & Sagaponack for orders of $ 100 or more . Open daily 10am till 7pm Monday through Thursday , 10am to 5pm Sunday they ’ re located at 29 Race Lane in the heart of the village .
Long as we ’ re talking about beverages , there ’ s a switch on Main Street , Bridgehampton that ’ s got a familiar ring . Over a decade ago Dave Churchill learned about the liquor and spirit business while working at DEPETRIS LIQUORS 631-537-0287 . The oldest store of its kind not just in Bridgehampton but in the area , Dave received a rich apprenticeship there . Over the years he worked at a number of other liquor and beverage shops , always with one thought in mind . Wouldn ’ t it be nice to have a place of my own ? Besides sounding like the opening line to a classic Beach Boy song (“ wouldn ’ t it be nice if we were older and we didn ’ t have to stay ….) it became a mission . One he brought to fruition when he opened CHURCHILL LIQUOR just outside East Hampton Village on the Montauk Highway . The past four years he ’ s built a loyal clientele who appreciate his deep knowledge of wines and spirits and wicked sense of humor .
But when the chance came to come back to familiar grounds he grabbed it ! Today you ’ ll see his logo hanging over the door of what was Depetris ’ s .
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WHAT'S NEW ON THE EAST END I t’s rare we need to report on new openings and sadly some closings this late in the game. But this summer of 2017 has been a slippery one. What seemed settled has in some cases come undone, while new businesses have taken advantage of op- portunities not seen to move forward. Easily the biggest change on the East End is the finally completed merger of SOUTHAMPTON HOS- PITAL and STONY BROOK MEDICAL. A marriage many years in the making, having to overcome legal and logistical hurdles that could quality as an Olym- pic sport, determined leaders at both institutions have finally seen the day come when one, seamless medical delivery system stretches from the East End to mid-Island. In the short run this means little in the day-to- day operations of Southampton Hospital. All its fa- cilitates remain open, its doctors and staff remain in place and all associated medical practices and satellite offices remain open and staffed as always. Ambitious plans begun by Southampton Hospital will continue. That includes the current construction of the new, Phillips Family Cancer Center at the be- ginning of County Road 39A in Southampton. With a projected opening at the end of 2018 it will bring state-of-the-art treatment to the East End. Of course the ultimate goal is to use the collec- tive size of the combined institution to better serve all of Long Island. Given a very aggressive capital campaign, that could some day soon see an entirely new Southampton Hospital campus rise on the old Southampton College site just off Country Road 39 west of the village. It will take a reported $250 mil- lion to build it, but build it, they will. Funny how one event affects so many businesses. Last year’s fire on Main Street, Sag Harbor destroyed a block of business that are still struggling to get back on their feet. The Cinema itself was the main source of concern, a cornerstone of that historic vil- lage, the gaping hole still left there is a constant re- minder of the destruction inflicted almost 9 months ago now is yet to heal. That said, an ambitious effort is underway to rebuild not just the cinema but an all- new arts center that will greatly expand it’s reach into the community. With over half the approximately $8 million raised so far, that looks to be a concrete real- ity in the coming year. Meanwhile other businesses are working fever- ishly to reopen for this summer. Next door Sag Har- bor’s most popular meet and greet coffee café, SAG TOWN 631-725-TOWN has ambitious plans to be bigger and better than ever! Not only are they close to reopening the original space, they’ve taken over the space previously used by COLLETTE luxury, de- signer women’s consignment store, too. That will give Sag expanded seating area to accommodate the hordes of caffeine lovers who always overflow the benches and seats the original offered. Expect a ribbon cutting and latte pouring ceremony by the time you‘ve read this. And what of COLETTE? As ambitious a retailer as the East End has ever seen, her plans are well underway to reorganize and expand her network of stores, too. That started by moving her 2016 Southampton Village furniture store to a far larger space in Bridgehampton just a few steps from that village’s Citarella in the old Urban Archeology store. 10 | Montauk / Hampton Life | August 2017 SIDE-BY-SIDE Side-by-side in East Hampton Village Sam's Beverege Center and Buoy One make for the most convenient source for a great meal or case of craft beer. Stocked with some of the most beautiful contempo- rary, traditional and antique pieces it is a showroom any furniture lover or decorator needs to visit or call 631-204-9500. No sooner had the last box there been put away, she took advantage of an opening at the nearby Bridgehampton Commons to open an even larger space! There she has taken a seasonal lease for the largest consignment store in her history. Filled with carefully curated furniture, home décor, lighting and more COLLETTE offers home owners a selection of style and taste as broad as any in the area. Looking for designer clothes at a discount? She also incor- porates a women’s and men’s designer annex at the rear of the store. Open daily now through the end of September, call 631-557-0001 for more information.   EAST HAMPTON Back in what some call “the most beautiful vil- lage in America” there’s also a few changes more than worth celebrating. Here because back to basic needs is a retail theme that always needs addressing. In this case we have a nearly side-by-side set of new faces who compliment each other perfectly. On the corner of Race Lane and Railroad the long dormant fish store there has reopened under new, and very experienced ownership. With locations in Riverhead, Westhampton Beach and Mattituck BUOY ONE 631-527-7557 has become a staple for both the retail fish and seafood customer as well as a great take-out, prepared food option for anyone looking for a great meal on the run. Ironic, in a town founded on fishing there isn’t a single fish market in the village itself! With aisles of fresh fish, seafood, shellfish, lobsters and more, that need is firmly filled not just seasonally, but as planned, year-round. You’ll find them open weekdays 10am - 8pm, weekends till 9pm. So you have your fish centric meal all set what about something cool to go with it? As in a premium beer, case of soda, jug of juice or stack of water! 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