If you’ve wandered down Amagansett’s Main Street lately, you may have wondered what’s going to fill the storefront next to Indian Wells Tavern? The building that formerly housed The Outdoors Store, Encore Sports, and Flowers by Beth, has been divvied up. Half of it is occupied by Ille Arts, and the other half will now be home to Lazy Point Boutique. The shop is a year-round stop for eclectic furniture, jewelry, art and clothing from all over the world. Each season’s collection is curated based on a theme. This year’s collection, “Danger Island,” will feature works from artists all over the world, including Long Island. Find Lazy Point Boutique at 208 Main Street in Amagansett. For more information, visit lazypointvariety.com.
Shelter Island Historical Society Havens Store has a fabulous new assortment of merchandise—and just in time for Mother’s Day! Treat Mom to some locally made lotions, or a piece of Shelter Island turquoise jewelry. Looking for something a bit different? How about necklaces and bracelets strung with beads made from Shelter Island ferry tickets? Select your own handmade ceramic bowls and teacups by Island artist Lora Lomuscio. Carry it all in your very own Historical Society tote bag. Stop by the Havens Store at 16 South Ferry Road, or call 631-749-0025 to order items. Visit shelterislandhistorical.org for information.
Hampton Coffee Co. has an adorable addition to their merchandise. Newly released is a line of coordinate mugs that feature the longitude and latitude of each of their East End coffee stores. It’s a great way to show your local pride during coffee breaks. Get yours today for $15.99 at the Southampton store, 749 County Road 39A, Southampton, or at the new Aquebogue location, 272 Main Road Aquebogue. Find out more at hamptoncoffeecompany.com.
Everything But Water has launched a new all-white capsule collection simply called—you guessed it—White. The 26-piece line of swimwear and resort wear has all the perfect looks for lounging (and swimming!) the summer days away. The store in East Hampton will reopen this month. Find it at 66 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, or at everythingbutwater.com.
Planning a day at the wineries of the North Fork? Take a tour with the North Fork Trolley Company. The tour features three different wineries and perhaps a farmstand as well. Or catch a ride on their Friday night sunset tour. Two and a half hours of wine tasting concludes with a beautiful view of the sunset at Palmer Vineyards. The Trolley Company also offers discount coupons for The All Star bowling alley in Riverhead so that the fun can continue. Call 631-369-3031 for more information, or visit northforktrolley.com.
New Kids on the Block
Ovando, the beloved florist and event design boutique of Manhattan, opened a new shop in 52 Hampton Road, Southampton. Owner Sandra de Ovando draws inspiration from her childhood spent in Mexico City to create beautiful floral and event designs that have earned her well-deserved renown. Stop by Ovando for help designing your next private soirée or for a simple bouquet to brighten up your home. Visit ovandony.com for more information.
This summer, keep an eye out for Montauk Hard Label. The new whiskey company has been aging its two flavors (custom smooth blend and ghost blueberry) for the past year. This latest addition to the East End’s growing craft liquor scene will debut in June at a launch party at 668 the Gig Shack. Find out more at montaukhardlabel.com.
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