Drink It Tuesday: Tickle Water

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!

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Highway Restaurant & Bar

My family and I have been coming to Highway Restaurant and Bar in East Hampton for over a year. We come here for several reasons: Grade A service, friendly servers, and consistently top notch cuisine. The newly revamped interior decor is charming and beachy, almost as if you were dining in someone’s home. Much of the ingredients in the restaurant’s dishes hails from local farms, and I particularly admire that the dishes remain unchanged. You will recognize as soon as you step inside that you will be treated to a delightful dining experience.

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10 Best Things I Drank in 2015

I sipped on a diverse range of beverages in 2015, many of which if you were to mention to me in 2014, I would be so surprised by. I love with my adventures in blogging, and freelance writing that I have had the opportunity to try so many innovative products.

I bet you will fall in love with many of these brands as I have. From cold-pressed cocktails, to a hot “dirty” chai, here are my ten “best things I drank in 2015.”

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Brunch at Highway Restaurant and Bar and an Interview with Chef Finney

I have been dining at Highway Restaurant and Bar since this past spring. Since my first dinner when I first enjoyed their Steamed Pork Buns and Split Roasted Organic Chicken, I have been back about four or five times, most often with my father-in-law who loves to frequent here for lunch on the weekends, and dinner during the weekdays. The restaurant opened under its current name in winter of 2014.

I can see why he loves coming here: the staff is delightful and genuinely courteous, and the dishes are hearty and flavorful. I am very pleased with the decor, which reminds me of a traditional Hamptons country dining room with the square bookshelf near the booths that run along the wall the cozy fireplace that divides the dining space with the spacious bar area.
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Osteria Salina Wainscott

Sicilian restaurant, Osteria Salina, has relocated to a new, prime location just off of Montauk Highway in Wainscott nestled on the banks of Georgica Pond. There were spectacular views of the pond where we were sitting in the back of the restaurant. This warm and welcoming establishment boasts a spacious lounge and bar area, with plenty of tables throughout the venue. I can see Osteria Salina being the perfect location for family reunions, birthdays, engagement parties, and anniversaries.

Upon sitting at out table, we were promptly greeted by a plate of Salina’s Cucumbers, which are the perfect accompaniment with cocktails. The cucumbers are gently seasoned with flake sea salt, cracked black pepper, and a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil. A second starter presented was their Caponatina Eoliana e Crostini with eggplant, tomato, golden raisins, celery, agrodolce, and capers. Bread with extra virgin olive oil and flake sea salt was also brought to our table. The starters were not too salty, and the Caponatina Eoliana reminded me of luxurious ratatouille. The cucumber was very refreshing and the accompaniment of skewers was very smart.

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