Shop ’til You Drop: Take a Saturday Stroll Through Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor Cinema
Sag Harbor Cinema. Photo, Doug Kerr

Since we know you’re going to be in Sag Harbor this weekend celebrating HarborFrost, we’ve narrowed down a few of our favorite shops for you to explore.  After all, you’ll want to duck inside to warm up!

For the lover of all things home décor, pop in to Black Swan Antiques. They offer quality home furnishings with styles ranging from Primitive to Colonial; Classical French to Victorian; Mission to Mid Century. 26 Main St., Sag Harbor.

Feeling overwhelmed with chores? Enlist the experts. A Votre Service offers house cleaning, house watching, handyman services and more throughout the Hamptons—all with an expert and top-quality French touch! Cleaning services range from basic house cleaning to post-renovation cleanup and window cleaning. Their courteous and professional staff will even help you with clutter management and running errands. Sounds amazing, n’est pas? A Votre Service is located at 80 Division Street, #B, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-2128 or visit

For your quintessential Hamptons weekend wardrobe, Sag Harbor’s Duck & Weave is a must-visit boutique. A palette of white and blue dominate the pared-down collection of men’s and women’s basics in wonderfully soft fabrics. Duck and Weave is located at 78 Main Street, Sag Harbor. Shop online at or call 631-899-4888.

A multiple-time Dan’s Best of the Best Award winner, Salon Xavier is a favorite with locals and weekenders alike. This time of year, between drying artificial heat and cold blasts of wind, our hair needs a little extra TLC. The salon offers all types of hair treatments—and also has massages, manicures, pedicures, waxing and an array of specialty facials. Or, schedule yourself a makeup appointment and a blowout. Salon Xavier is located at 1 Bay Street, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-6400 or visit

Pet owners will love Harbor Pets’ vast array of beds, toys, food, treats and accessories for both dogs and cats. Harbor Pets is located at 12 Bay Street, Sag Harbor. Give them a ring at 631-725-9070.

Emporium True Value Hardware. This is one of my absolute favorite shops in Sag Harbor. When I moved into my new place, this was my first stop for all kinds of home necessities—that egg timer, the doormat, light bulbs, the coffee maker and so much more. Their friendly, knowledgeable staff will assist you in finding what you need. 72 Main Street, Sag Harbor. Call 631-725-0103 or visit

In the dark of winter, give some light (and style) with designer lamps from Le Lampade. This mid-century Italian lighting and furniture store boasts sleek designs in floor lamps, table lamps and modern chandeliers by Stilnovo, Fontana Arte, Lumen. A writer like myself might do well with the beautiful Italian Walnut Desk by Gio Ponti, designed for the University of Padova. Located at 75 Washington St., Sag Harbor. Call 631-899-4140 or visit

You can’t pass through Sag Harbor without a peek into Corner Closet to see what new finds have come up. The high-end designer resale boutique has only the most fabulous finds, from Chanel to Hermes. It’s a vintage shoe collector’s dream, to say the least! Located at 108 Main Street. Call 631-808-3005.

In between shops, rest and recharge at SagTown Coffee. SagTown is what a coffee shop should be (and what we need in Southampton and Hampton Bays, in case any coffee shop entrepreneurs are taking note)—warm and cozy with a variety of delicious, gourmet offerings and community events. SagTown is at 78 Main Street. Ring them up at 631-725-8696 or peek at their Facebook page.

Another great stop for the home decorator is In Home. They’ve got your Sag Harbor home covered with sisal rugs by Merida Meridian, down comforters and woolen throws to keep you warm and a great selection of smaller gift items. Stop by at 132 Main Street. Call 631-725-7900. Visit

After all that shopping, it’s time to put your feet up for Happy Feet’s hour-long foot reflexology treatment. Get happy at 2 Bay Street. 631-808-3009.

If you’re looking for a more intense way to recharge, check out Studio 89 in Sag Harbor. The gym has a number of classes—even during the winter! Get fit with spin, TRX and zumba, among others. Studio 89 also offers one-on-one training. Check out their studio at 89 Clay Pit Road or visit for their complete schedule.

Temple, Zen Comfort by Klogs.
Temple, Zen Comfort by Klogs.

Right now I’m in the Dan’s Papers offices and I’m wearing my new shoes from Zen Komfort by Klogs. They are the “Temple” model in merlot. I heart these comfy shoes and they look so cool with their braided leather diagonal strap! I think I’m going to order another pair in black for my dark side.

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