Recently launched onto the U.S. market, Rosé Piscine initially was launched in France and Brazil. It has been on the market in Brazil for just over two years. Just in time for summer, Rosé Piscine has made its debut in the Hamptons. They were a featured rosé at Dan’s Rosé Soirée over Memorial Day Weekend.
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!
It is my pleasure, on behalf of St. Jude, to my invite all of my readers to the 3rd Annual St. Jude Hope in the Hamptons, celebrating the lifesaving mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The event will be held on Deerfield Road in Watermill on Saturday, July 15th from 6-10:30pm. Guests will enjoy cocktails, farm fresh fare, live and silent auctions, and live entertainment. Wear country chic attire with comfortable shoes for plenty of dancing.
The 19th annual Hamptons Super Saturday to benefit OCRFA: Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance took place this past Saturday, July 30th at Nova’s ARK Project in Watermill. This was my third Super Saturday event, and since 2014, have considered it to be my favorite event of the summer. Everything is all in one place: great food, games, children’s activities, an open bar, the best gift bag for VIPs, beauty bars, contests, rides, and of course lots and lots of shopping for designer duds at deeply discounted prices. My favorite aspect of the event is Camp Divalysscious curated by Lyss Stern, where my family and I spent our most time.
Manna is a romantic, intimate Italian restaurant set in the heart of Watermill and within walking distance to the Hampton Jitney station stop, the post office, as well as several local businesses. The menu has a strong Sicilian flare, where Owner and Chef Marco Barrila hails from. This was my first visit to Manna, which opened this past winter. At 6pm on a Thursday evening, my guest and I were some of the first restaurant-goers to arrive.
We decided to sit outside and enjoy the warm summer air. Their cozy dining space inside is perfect for during the off-season. Our waiter was prompt and courteous, taking his time with the menu explanation and inputting his recommendations.