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Montauk hotspot in hot water over code violations

It’s so hard to find housing in Montauk, it appears that trendy hotspot Sel Rrose turned its upstairs office space into a place to crash. The restaurant has been hit with numerous code violations this summer dealing with overcrowding, but was also busted for having converted a second floor office into sleeping quarters, reports the East Hampton Press.
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New London, CTThe Day

Your next treasure could be right in your pocket

The change in your pocket, purse or home jars could be worth much more than the sum of its contents at face value, a fact that residents can put to the test on Sunday during a coin show in Norwich. There are “absolutely” rare coins in circulation, said John Lauderdale,...
Shelter Island,

Podcast: Here’s what’s happening the weekend of July 30

Lobsters, waterfront fun, wine and chocolate — your weekend line-up has arrived!. Tune into this week’s northforker Weekend podcast to hear staffers Grant Parpan, Sara Austin and Charity Robey chat about weekend happenings and events worth checking out on the North Fork and Shelter Island.

Piña Coladas and More at Clinton Food Truck Fest

Brandi Ryan and Kevin Sidoti enjoy a piña colada in a pineapple at the Clinton Food Truck Fest on July 24 at the Clinton Premium Outlets. The family-friendly event featured some of the area’s top food trucks, a beer garden with craft brews, and live music. A portion of the proceeds from the Clinton Food Fest will benefit the Simon Youth Foundation, which is committed to helping students graduate.
Fishers Island,

Museum Launches Fishers Island Art Fund

The H.L. Ferguson Museum has launched an art fund dedicated to acquiring and preserving fine art of particular relevance to Fishers Island. Led by Museum trustee Thomas Parker, the fund will support the Museum’s interest in obtaining artworks by local artists or works that relate to Fishers Island. The collection will cover historical and contemporary art of all media, including paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, and photography.

Dinner Serenade in Essex

Diners were treated to a live performance as Paul Raucci from the band Tre Paul sang while he walked through the diners at Scotch Plains Tavern in Essex on July 23. Tre Paul consists of Paul Puglisi, Paul Raucci and Paul Speranza.
New London, CTThe Day

New London celebrates Peru's bicentennial

New London — Members of the local Peruvian community gathered Wednesday to celebrate Peru's independence with a ceremony and flag-raising at City Hall. July 28, 1821, is the day General Jose de San Martin declared Peru's independence from Spain. New London Mayor Michael Passero presented a proclamation from the City...

What to Do on the North Fork This Week: July 30, 2021

Get our Hamptons Insider newsletters delivered direct to you. The North Fork always provides entertainment, culture and enrichment, especially during the summer. See what’s happening this week, including live shows, outdoor fun, art and more starting July 30, 2021. LIVE SHOWS. Wine till Nine Fridays at Sannino Vineyard. Friday, July...

Anker’s new menu uses the whole fish, nose to tail

Having a fresh fish market in the front of your restaurant would be most chefs’ dream. For Axel Irizarry, the executive chef at Anker in Greenport, and local chef and cookbook author Will Horowitz, it is. The two have been working together to create a menu at the seafood forward restaurant that takes advantage of the new market, while aiming to not let any fish or seafood go to waste.

Food Notes isn't gone, just a different format

When a reader said she missed Food Notes, I realized she probably wasn't the only one wondering about this longtime Journal feature. It hadn't occurred to me to discuss these small bites of news compiled in a single weekly food column. That's because they are still on the food pages and online but in a different format.
New York City,

FreshDirect Welcomes New York Shoppers Aboard ‘Rosé Express’

Pure-play online grocer FreshDirect has launched Rosé Express service in the Hamptons and Montauk, on New York’s Long Island. The new offering provides same-day service along with 2-hour wine, beer and spirits delivery to residents and customers at the well-known summer resorts as part of the company’s ongoing expansion and adaptation to meet evolving shopper needs during and after the pandemic.