Have you ever wondered why some people always seem to get the best tables at high-end restaurants in the Hamptons? Well, it turns out that behind the scenes, there’s a whole secret operation going on. The hosts and hostesses have now become investigative experts, instructed to dig deep into the lives of those making reservations. With a swift Google search and a check of the phone number using fancy software programs, they determine who’s important and who’s just a “normal joe.” Also, one hostess told me on the DL that goodlooking folks also get prime locations. Is this shocking to anyone? So, if you find yourself banished to the Siberia of dining tables, fret not! It’s time to take matters into your own hands and work on improving your Google profile. Who knew that your dinner destiny could be influenced by your online presence? Looks like it’s time to brush up on those search engine optimization skills and show those restaurants who’s boss! Bon appétit, my fellow digital diners! BTW, no word on if Murph’s Tavern is joining in this trend.
Amber Waves a renowned local farm, has recently delighted residents and visitors of East Hampton by opening a captivating pop-up store. Nestled conveniently behind the bustling and slow moving Starbucks, this place is awesome. Located at 70 Park Place, this hidden gem has quickly become a must-visit destination. The store boasts an enticing array of fresh produce, delectable baked goods, hats (Yes, those hats which are “THE” item in Tribeca) and a variety of other culinary delicacies that appeal to discerning palates. With its vibrant atmosphere and a wide selection of high-quality offerings, Amber Waves’ pop-up store is poised to captivate food enthusiasts and create a unique shopping experience. The store will be open until October, offering a delightful escape from Stop and Shop and all who appreciate the finest in local flavors. Need more info for hour etc? Click here.