Dan's Taste of Two Forks: Culinary Delights in the Hamptons

For the third year in a row, Hamptonites will have the amazing opportunity to indulge in the tastiest food around at Dan's Taste of Two Forks. Presented by Farrell Building Company, famed Chef Bobby Flay will serve as the host of the main event on Saturday evening, July 13th. The event takes place at Sayre Park in Bridgehampton. This culinary event is known as the food and wine event in the Hamptons, where attendees can sample the best dishes from local restaurants, sip on wine from local vineyards, and sample goods from East End purveyors. The event will also feature music from DJ Phresh. A portion of this year's proceeds will go toward All For the East End, an organization dedicated to generating new and creative sources of funding and support for the non-profits of Long Island's East End townships.

This Has Gotta Be the Good Life: The Hamptons, August 26th & 27th

From trunk shows to concerts, there will never be a dull moment this weekend in the happening Hamptons. And the best part? Most of these are charity events, so not only will you be having a blast shopping, dancing, and attending concerts, you'll also be helping a cause. Here our are top picks for this weekend.

Friday August 26th

Dallas Productions has brought 25 dealers together, from both the U.S. and Europe to Bridgehampton for a weekend of antiquing and design. The fair will have an extensive range of unique antiques, jewelry and decorative home accents. From Asian to Mid-Century Modern, these top-notch dealers will cater to your every style need. Admission is $5

"Magic under the Moonlight" Benefits Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF)

We've all known the feeling: passing by a cat or dog adoption table and immediately falling in love with one or all of the furry friends needing a home. Within minutes of petting that kitten or puppy, you're mentally rearranging your apartment layout, and creating blocks in your busy time schedule for dog-walking, as you coo "you are just tooooo cute."

Unfortunately, cuteness and wishful thinking are not the only deciding factors in pet adoption, leaving many strays still residing in animal shelters, looking for a loving home. The Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons, the leading animal welfare organization on the East End of Long Island, aims to provide food, exercise, a warm place to sleep, and excellent veterinary care to over 700 cats and dogs anually at their state-of-the-art Adoption Center.

One Ocean Kicks Off the Season

Heading out to the Hamptons for the long weekend? If so, be sure to drop by One Ocean tonight for their seasonal kick off celebration. The fun lasts from 10pm to 3am so be ready to spend a night out enjoying the summer vibe. Expect a party every Friday and Saturday for the next three months as the latest night scene in Bridgehampton begins to establish itself.

In addition, be sure to check out Devorah Rose's Social Life Magazine for the latest on Hamptons society.

The Harbor Club Opens in Bridgehampton

If shacking it up in the Hamptons for the summer is your thing, you’ll want to check out Bridgehampton’s latest installment: The Harbor Club. Blue & Cream owner Jeffrey Goldstein (the East Hampton and Manhattan boutique that draws the likes of Sarah Jessica Parker, Cameron Diaz and the Olsen twins) protégés Ben Grieff and David Marino are the main players behind the latest spot said to cater to the ‘it’ crowd.

At 964 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, the space boasts 15 foot ceilings, two main bars, an outdoor patio and sprawling yard with live music during the daytime and DJs spinning til 4 a.m. The official opening party is set for Memorial Day weekend kickoff this Friday and re-opened officially on Sunday at 3pm.

MTV Takes On The Hamptons

An upcoming installment of MTV’s “True Life” will be taking place at the Hamptons. The camera crew will be heading to the Long Island beach houses to capture the East End drama.

Be prepared to get a glimpse into the lives of young adult “professionals” engaging in your average dose of reality TV partying, hooking-up, and fighting—all while hanging out on the rich people’s playground known as the Hamptons.

If you’re between the ages of 18-27 and think the world would enjoy watching your Hamptons life on a weekly basis, go to and fill out an app. We could be tuning in to your True Life this summer.