Traveling to a new area this summer in search for treasures? Chances are you want to do some research before starting out. So we will provide a series of posts that pinpoint key info sources and other “insider” knowledge when available.
Where to start? The Hamptons, of course!Photography by Way2Finds.
While the sand and sun may be the top attractions, the area is also known for wineries as well. Check out this to get a sense of what Long Island wineries are all about. (In case of a rainy day you may want to head over to the neighboring North Fork for more winery options.Photography from www.hamptonsrealestateshowcase.com.
Eating is always a major pastime out on the East End (as the Hamptons are also commonly called) of Long Island (NY), and that means a new crop of restaurants arrive every season plus be sure to plan ahead to enjoy perennial favorites. Here are some of the top spots to enjoy.Photography from www.lipulse.com.
As you dine around town you’re likely to hear many conversations about one of the “locals’ favorite topics – real estate. Click here to be at least a bit “in the know”.
Thinking of putting down stakes in the Hamptons, find out more about what it’s actually like to live in these beach townsPhotography from www.easthampton.com.
If making a visit or two is more in your realm of possibility, this guide from The New York Times may prove valuable!
Enjoy the beach, enjoy the weather – and don’t forget to go in search of some finds to take home to help remember this interlude!