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Sail Inn, Another Montauk Icon, Is Sold

Praise the mozzarella sticks and pass the pool cue! The Sail Inn in Montauk’s dock area has been sold to the mother-son team of Colleen Croft and Luca Guaitolini, who also own the upscale Upper East Side restaurant Elio’s, but the new owners say they are not planning to go luxe on the longtime locals’ joint on West Lake Drive when it reopens in the spring.

Dec 1, 2022
Recorded Deeds 12.01.22

Real estate, wall-to-wall real estate.

Dec 1, 2022
Recorded Deeds 11.24.22

Sizable transactions in Amagansett lead the weekly list.

Nov 23, 2022
Recorded Deeds 11.17.22

The latest in South Fork real estate transactions.

Nov 17, 2022
Real Estate Market Cools, Prices Do Not

The surge in housing demand created by Covid and urbanites’ desire to have a safe retreat outside of the city has finally started to cool, according to the most recent report by Town and Country Real Estate. Rising interest rates and the rising cost of renovations due to a tight labor market and inflation are playing a role.

Nov 17, 2022
Recorded Deeds 11.10.22

It was a quiet week in Real Estate Land.

Nov 10, 2022
Dockside Will Close for Good on Sunday

Dockside Bar and Grill, which is closing for the year on Sunday, will also be taking a bow. It was officially announced on Thursday that Stacy Sheehan and Elizabeth Barnes, the owners of the much-beloved Sag Harbor eatery, have sold the business to Eric Miller and Adam Miller and the developer Adam Potter.

Nov 10, 2022
Cannabis Giant Buys Montauk Brewing

People have increasingly taken note of Montauk Brewing Company's growing popularity, characterized by its always-packed tap room, cool takes on brews involving ingredients like watermelon and pumpkin, and buzzy media coverage. The international cannabis and alcohol company Tilray was among those paying attention, and on Monday, Tilray announced that it has bought the Montauk Brewing Company for an undisclosed sum.

Nov 8, 2022
Recorded Deed 11.03.22

It’s the return of the South Fork real estate transaction report . . .

Nov 3, 2022
Challenge to Toilsome Brewery Is Tossed

On Friday, Suffolk County Supreme Court Justice Carmen Victoria St. George said Michael and Christine Aaron’s attempt to stop a brewery from being built on Toilsome Lane in East Hampton Village was “not ripe,” agreeing with the village’s zoning board of appeals that an official determination on whether the brewery is compatible with the village’s code has yet to be made.

Oct 20, 2022
Rita Cantina Is Told to Nix the Catering

Rita Cantina, a popular Mexican restaurant in Springs, was dealt a blow last week by the East Hampton Town Zoning Board of Appeals, whose members agreed with a determination by Ann Glennon, the town’s chief building inspector, that catering businesses on the restaurant premises are operating illegally.

Oct 19, 2022
Sticking Points at the Springs General Store

The new owners of the Springs General Store are eager to get to work converting a storage shed on the property into a tiny wine store, but questions about accessibility for the disabled and exactly what type of drinking would be allowed at the site have slowed the progress of their application before the East Hampton Town Planning Board.

Oct 6, 2022