Cheers to the upcoming summer! I am thrilled to reintroduce my readers to one of my favorite child-friendly beverage companies, Tickle Water. My favorite characteristic of Tickle Water is that it is perfect for small hands, meaning that it will be ideal for my daughter to bring with her to school and activities. Her favorite is the watermelon and green apple. She calls the Watermelon flavored water “owl bubbles.” It is so cute when she laughs after each sip. We enjoy Tickle Water together during the afternoon while at our pool. The size is also compact and lightweight for bringing to the beach. The tickly taste is so refreshing!
The Trunks of Love Kick-Off Reception took place this past Saturday, June 10th from 6-8pm at The Baker House 1650 in East Hampton. The third annual event to benefit Veterinarians International was hosted by Baker House 1650 proprietor Antonella Bertello. This beautiful and well-attended event offered guests the opportunity to not only learn more about the mission of Veterinarians International, but to offer supporters the opportunity to meet and greet with Veterinarians International’s veterinarians, nurses and ambassadors.
Veterinarians International is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a mission to enhance the health of humans, animals, and the environment through the use of sound veterinary care and expertise.
Thinking about what healthy snacks to bring to the beach? Whether you have or have not yet taking a class at one of Tracy Anderson’s Hamptons studios, you must try her delicious smoothies and USDA certified organic protein bars that will be available at all Golden Pear Cafe locations.
Order one of Tracy Anderson’s freshly made smoothies (mixed with her patented protein powder) as well as her latest all-organic Ultimate CLEAR Bars. Tracy Anderson’s smoothie menu will provide options for pre/post-workout, detoxification, and weight loss. Each Smoothie is gluten-free, fructose-free, non-GMO, and made with organic ingredients.
The Hamptons International Film Festival is one of the most anticipated event of the year, and I cannot think of a better happening to pair with great food and conversation. While working about an appetite during each film screening, head over to any and all of the for restaurants I have curated that will be serving up some serious grub from a perfectly plated ahi tuna salad to a swoon-worthy charcuterie and cheese board.
I had the pleasure of enjoying a lovely, whimsical stay at one of my favorite spots on the East End, c/o The Maidstone in the historic Village of East Hampton. This eclectic and chic boutique was just the spot my husband and I needed for a little ‘staycation’ with our daughter. The entire hotel is family-friendly and dog friendly, making it an ideal escape for everyone. Every aspect of The Maidstone and their restaurant, The Living Room Restaurant, is so inviting and stylish. You could spend your entire stay at the hotel and still not discover every chic and heartwarming Scandinavian detail this oasis has to offer.
We began our stay by checking in just after 3:30pm, set our belongings in our room, Josef Frank. Each of their 19 rooms, named after a Scandinavian celebrity or historical figure, is individually designed and has its own character and charm. Austrian-born Josef Frank was a renowned artist and architect who adopted Swedish citizenship in the latter half of his lifetime. The room features an original Josef Frank banana sofa by the bay window and a dressing room, a marble bathroom featuring a free-standing claw foot tub along with a separate rainfall shower, a King-size Hästens bed, luxurious toiletries by Malin + Goetz, and flat screen television with a DVD player.