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Luxury Attaché: Hot on the Hamptons, Summer 2012 Preview

Summer is fast approaching, and we all know what that means: weekends spent in the East End sunning, sipping, savoring and shopping. Behold: my Summer 2012 Hamptons preview:

FOOD & DINING

Andrra

39 Gann Road, East Hampton

Andrra fills the old Boathouse space with the aroma of fresh pita bread, which chefs bake on the premises of this seaside Mediterranean eatery.

The Bell & Anchor

3253 Noyac Road, Sag Harbor

The Bell & Anchor, the newest endeavor from famed restaurateur David Loewenberg and Beacon chef Sam McCleland, is undoubtedly the next big seafood spot on the East End.

Pepalajefa

7 Main Street, Sag Harbor

This Sag Habor marketplace is the super luxe spot to pick up bites for the beach.

The Cocktail Party (Love, Mary)

61 The Circle, East Hampton

Celebrity caterer Mary Giuliani’s The Cocktail Party supplies everything from bite-size hors d’oeuvres to homemade drink mixes for a memorable East End soiree.

RETAIL

James B. Fairchild

619 Hampton Road, Southampton

Opened by a former vice president at Ralph Lauren, this Southampton interiors shop offers a curated selection of designers such as Chanel, Hermes and Prada and unique artisan works.

MONC XIII

40 Madison Street, Sag Harbor

Interior designer Natasha Esch’s chic mix of vintage and antique furniture and modern accoutrements brilliantly compliment any home style.

Michelle Farmer Collaborate

60 Jobs Lane, Southampton

This airy new Bridgehampton location carries Farmer’s own resort wear line in addition to her sought-after jewelry collection.

Haute Hippie

20 Newtown Lane, East Hampton

The chic label known for bohemian looks opens its first permanent Hamptons outpost this summer on East Hampton’s Newtown Lane.

C. Wonder

5 Main Street, Southampton

Chris Burch’s whimsical C. Wonder lights up the Hamptons with chic beach accessories and vibrant home decor.

NIGHTLIFE

Beaumarchais East Hampton

Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton

Beaumarchais will be open for dinner starting the weekend of May 18, with their legendary “Beau Brunch” starting Memorial Day weekend. It will be located at the Three Mile Harbor Road in the space formerly occupied by Philippe.

Hamptons Players Club

103 Montauk Highway, East Hampton

One of the East End’s first beer gardens, the Hamptons PlayersClub will also have a restaurant and a VIP lounge.  The beer garden will serve primarily American beers as well as sophisticated and healthy interpretations of classic bar bites. It brings sophistication to the world of beer with its polo and equestrian-inspired design.

Nammos Estiatorio

136 Main Street, Southampton

Award-winning chef Emmanouil Aslanoglou adds Greek flavor to his inspiring Mediterranean cuisine at Nammos Estiatorio. The restaurant, replacing Nello Summertimes on Southampton’s Main Street, also serves as an exclusive lounge each weekend, complete with heated cabanas, making it a true nightlife destination.

OTHER

The Montauk Beach House

55 South Elmwood Avenue, Montauk

The Ronjo, a decades-old motel in the heart of the hamlet, will reopen as The Montauk Beach House, a high-end boutique hotel.

Gallery Valentine

2415 Main Street, Bridgehampton

The beautiful East Hampton gallery featuring works from celebrated artists such as Andy Warhol debuts a Bridgehampton space for smaller, highly curated contemporary art shows.

Main Beach Drivers

Main Beach Drivers is a new service that sends carefully screened drivers to operate clients’ cars for as little or long as desired. Whether it be for a few hours of party hopping or an entire day of activities, this new venture provides luxury ground transportation at taxicab pricing.

Jenene is one of the foremost experts in concierge services and lifestyle management.  Over the past 10 years, Jenene forged and executed concierge programs with some of the world’s leading hoteliers, real estate developers, hedge funds, and Fortune 500 clients. Previously, Jenene ran guest relations at CNN for 7 years. At CNN, she learned to address the exacting demands of high net worth clients, and developed relationships with hundreds of exclusive vendors to seamlessly execute and exceed  requirements.  At Luxury Attaché, she leveraged her expertise to create a unique lifestyle service provision fueled by proactivity to provide clients with personalized service delivery, access, convenience and once in-a-lifetime experiences.  Jenene attended the NYU Stern School of Business, and the University of Colorado, Boulder.

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