Celebrate fall in the Hamptons with an exclusive Hamptons Harvest Dinner Experience. The Baker House 1650 in East Hampton will host a Hamptons Harvest Dinner Experience on Saturday, November 2. Your harvest weekend begins the moment you arrive at The Baker House with two mini bottles of Moet & Chandon rosé champagne chilled and in your room upon arrival. Round-trip transportation will be provided to Discover The Hampton’s Harvest Dinner at the Topping Rose House.
The evening includes cocktails, dinner, music, dancing, and giveaways. Sleep in on Sunday and enjoy a full breakfast prepared by the Baker House inn’s chefs and a late check-out of 1 PM. The experience starts at $1073.77 depending on room. The experience is based on double occupancy and features all of the amenities at The Baker House 1650. To book an experience, call 631-324–4081 or visit www.bakerhouse1650.com.
For more info on the dinner at Topping Rose House visit www.discovertheeastend.com.
Hampton Coffee Flavors
Two new seasonal specials join the Fall Favorites line-up at local favorite Hampton Coffee Company this season. For coffee-lovers not quite ready to give up their cold brew cravings, they can treat themselves to a Shaken Pumpkin Crème Cold Brew for the perfect iced fall beverage. It is hand-crafted with real pumpkin syrup, home-brewed, slow-steeped cold brew iced coffee and oat milk, and shaken to perfection.
In need of a sweet treat? This year, all Hampton Coffee Company locations are proud to be serving homemade pumpkin pie blondies from the local, non-profit South Fork Bakery. Made with real pumpkin, white and milk chocolate chips, and lots of love, these blondies not only support South Fork Bakery’s cause of providing employment to special needs adults, but they taste like a little bit of fall-flavored heaven.
And autumn wouldn’t be here without the return of the classic Fan Favorites: warm-from-the-oven pumpkin muffins, hot local apple cider from The Milk Pail in Water Mill served with a real cinnamon stick, pumpkin pie lattes, pumpkin spice chai tea lattes, and hand-roasted pumpkin pie coffee brewed by the cup at the cafés or as beans to bring home. Enjoy free samples of the pumpkin pie coffee every day from opening until lunchtime.
Lulu Kitchen and Bar in Sag Harbor has new fall specials throughout the week. The specials include chicken Milanese on Monday for $34. On Tuesday, it’s all-you-can-eat mussels for $29. Wednesday, enjoy 25 percent off all bottles of wine. Thursday is paella for two for $85. On Friday, enjoy a 16-oz veal chop for $52. Saturday is grilled whole snapper for two for $96. Sunday is a clam bake for two for $96. There is also a $28.95 three-course dinner prix fixe offered Sunday through Thursday. Montauk pearl and Peconic gold oysters will be available for $1 Sunday through Thursday at the bar only. Happy hour and bar menus are available daily from 5 to 6:30 PM.
Navy Beach St. Thomas
After a decade of successfully operating its flagship in Montauk, Navy Beach has announced a new partnership with Island Global Yachting Ltd. to expand into IGY’s luxury Caribbean superyacht destinations at Yacht Haven Grande St. Thomas and Yacht Club at Isle de Sol St. Maarten.
Navy Beach St. Thomas will open in December 2019 with prime waterfront positioning at the sprawling Yacht Haven Grande. The opening of Navy Beach St. Thomas will be followed by two new sister concepts in neighboring
venues: ISLA Cantina, a vibrant Mexican eatery opening late 2019, and Sylvette, a French-Mediterranean neighborhood bistro that will open early 2020. Navy Beach St. Maarten will raise the bar even further when it opens in early 2020 in Simpson Bay.
“Navy Beach is thrilled to partner with IGY on its brand expansion into the Caribbean Islands,” said Navy Beach partner Frank Davis. “To share our beverage, dining, and event experiences with vessels and guests who have not stayed in the Hamptons or had the opportunity to enjoy Navy Beach, is very exciting for us.”