Wednesday, August 10, 2011

What's the hardest reservation in the Hamptons??? Plus, since there is no good Mexican anywhere, make it yourself!

So what's the hardest reservation in the Hamptons? Is it Nick & Toni's? Is it the East Hampton Grill? Is it ... oh this is getting annoying, I'll just tell you. It's Beach Paws in Wainscott! So, how is the food? Well it depends if you like Mighty Dog or Eukanueba but that's the real reason to go there. The reason to bark about Beach Paws is it is the best dog grooming service in the Hamptons bar none! Lara Plimpton and her team do miracles for my kids Boo and Russell. In fact, my fidos are fond of getting the mannies, peddies and fluffing there, it's more tail wagging than between the leg shakes. I don't know how they do it but Lara makes if fun for them. But if you think you're going to drop by for a quick rinse and blow dry guess again. It's by appointment only (sometimes a week or so in advance) but like all things in life it's well worth the wait. Beach Paws is located at 348 Montauk Hwy in Wainscott. 631-537-4590. When you go, make sure to tell Lara Boo sent you!

Now, I am not a food critic. But I do like food and my favorite is Mexican. So when I heard that they were opening up Agave in Bridgehampton, I was psyched. Now, I've yet to go there and try the food but I can't get anyone to go with me. Apparently the buzz is so bad about this place, I don't know anyone who will join me in the place Well, maybe in the Fall they'll get their act together (fingers crossed). So in the meantime, I'm always in search of good south of the border stuff to go. Well, I can say with certainty, I've found what is probably the best salsa I've ever had!It's at Sean's Place in Southampton. It's made fresh and includes fresh tomatoes, cilantro and I think strawberries. So if your in Southampton. take the time go to Sean's Place and let me know if you agree. But don't worry if you don't want to make the trip just for Salsa, owner and trained chef Sean King has more awesome stuff for those with an epicurean pallet.

Meanwhile, in spite of the latest shaking on Wall Street most of my friends in the biz tell me it's full steam ahead. I have to agree. So if you're holding off before buying hoping for a crash like back in '08, forget it. Buyers are still out there and taking advantage of the lowest interest rates in history. Remember, there is only so much Hamptons land and real estate around!

1 comment:

Bohol House for rent said...

I also love mexican food. Especially if paired with a chilly salsa. And with the ambiance of the beach, everything will surely look perfect.:)