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    A Long Island man drowned minutes after entering the water at a popular beach after being caught in rough conditions and a rip current.  Benjamin Kitburi, age 31, died at Ditch Plains Beach in Montauk, around 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, July 19. When officers arrived on the scene for a 911 call of a swimmer in distress, they found Kitburi, a resident of Montauk, had entered the surf minutes earlier with two others to take a swim, said Capt. Christopher Anderson, of the East Hampton Police. The three were quickly pulled to deeper water and separated by rough conditions and a strong rip current, Anderson said. After going unconscious, Kitburi was removed from the ocean by three nearby surfers who contacted 911 and began life-saving measures, he added. The two remaining swimmers, identified as Kitburi's fiancee Persia Jensen, age 26, of Montauk, and Jensen Turner, age 32, of Montauk, were able to swim back to shore and leave the water before collapsing, Anderson said. Montauk EMS transported Kitburi to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital where he was pronounced dead, police said. Jensen...
    A 70-year-old bicyclist was killed when he crashed with a car on Long Island. The crash took place in Suffolk County in Amagansett around 11:15 a.m., Sunday, July 3 on Montauk Highway. Russell Windsor, age 70, of Amagansett, was killed when he entered the highway from the eastbound shoulder of the road and collided with a 2011 Toyota Sienna driven by Mohammad Rahman, said Det. Sgt. Ryan Hogan, of the East Hampton Police Department. Windsor was transported to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital where he was pronounced dead, Hogan said.  Rahman remained at the scene and is cooperating fully with the investigation, Hogan said.  "No criminality is suspected at this time," he added. The portion of Montauk Highway was closed for several hours during the investigation. Detectives are asking that anyone who may have witnessed the crash call 631-537-7575.
    Police have released the name of a 32-year-old woman who was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver on Long Island. Brentwood resident Tracey Dorismond was struck in West Islip on Montauk Highway in West Islip at approximately 10:30 p.m. on Monday, May 23 near the intersection of Pease Lane. Original story - Woman Dies After Being Struck By Hit-Run Driver In West Islip According to the Suffolk County Police Department, the driver proceeded to flee the scene westbound after striking Dorismond, who was pronounced dead at the scene by a member of the Medical Examiner's Office. The investigation into the fatal crash is ongoing. Anyone with information regarding the incident has been asked to contact the Suffolk County Police Department’s Major Case Unit by calling (631) 852-6555 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.
    A variety of new restaurants are set to make a splash in the Hamptons this summer, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The news outlet reported that the restaurants span a variety of types of food, from upscale seafood eateries to expanding pizzerias from established owners.  Bloomberg reported that the following eateries are set to open up this summer or have recently begun serving guests: Roberta's, a pizzeria in Montauk O by Kissaki, a Japanese restaurant located at 47 Montauk Highway in East Hampton Lobster Roll, located at 32 Montauk Highway in Southampton, and an off-shoot of the iconic Amagansett location. The Living Room at the Maidstone, a seafood restaurant in East Hampton Astro’s Pizza, located in Amagansett Mavericks Montauk, a surf-and-turf steakhouse located at 51 South Edgemere St. in Montauk Enchanté, a French eatery located at 295 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Road in Southampton Léon, a French and Italian-style eatery located at 29 West Neck Road, Shelter Island Read the full report from Bloomberg here.
    A driver was hospitalized after the van he was driving was hit by a Long Island Railroad train. The incident took place in Suffolk County around midnight on Wednesday, March, 16, on the Montauk Branch, when the van was struck by a westbound train, east of the Patchogue Station, MTA officials said. Officials are not sure how the van got onto the tracks, railroad officials said. Following the crash, service on the Montauk Branch was suspended between Sayville and Bellport. The driver of the vehicle was rescued from the vehicle by emergency personnel and transported alive to a nearby hospital, they added. All passengers aboard the incident train were safely transferred to shuttle buses.  Full service on the Montauk Branch was restored at 2:45 a.m., Thursday, March 17, with trains operating on or close to schedule.
    A man was killed in a crash with a Mack truck on a busy Long Island roadway. Robert Favichia, age 67, of Copiague was killed around 5:30 a.m., Friday, Feb. 25 in Lindenhurst. Favichia was driving a 2001 Dodge pickup truck eastbound on Montauk Highway when his vehicle struck a 2009 Mack truck that was backing out of an alley in front of 51 Montauk Highway, according to Suffolk County Police. He was transported to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip where he was pronounced dead, police said. The driver of the Mack truck, Erik James, age 43, of Brentwood, was not injured. The Dodge was impounded for a safety check. The Mack truck was inspected at the scene by officers from the Motor Carrier Safety Section. Detectives are asking anyone with information on the crash to contact the First Squad at 631-854-8152.
    A NEW YORK man bizarrely claims to have been abducted as a teen and held captive as part of an alleged secret government experiment focusing on mind control and psychological warfare known as "The Montauk Project." Speaking exclusively to The Sun, the man, who asked to remain anonymous, claims he was abducted in 1980 and 1981 and taken to an underground lab beneath Camp Hero where he was subjected to a series of disturbing and grueling tests against his will. 4The man claims he was abducted and taken to an underground lab beneath Camp Hero in Montauk, Long IslandCredit: Alamy 4Rumors of the experiments are the inspiration behind Netflix's sci-fi series Stranger ThingsCredit: Netflix Between 12 and 13 at the time, the source, now 54, who has lived in Montauk for most of his life and now works at Camp Hero State Park, said he only recovered the memories of his alleged abduction in 2018 under hypnosis. "We were riding around Montauk on bikes, we had a little BMX gang," he said. "This kid I'd seen around before, who was a...
    Train service on the Long Island Railroad's Montauk branch was temporarily suspended after a vehicle was struck by a westbound train. The crash took place around 10:25 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 26, when a westbound Montauk Branch train from Patchogue headed for Babylon hit a car on the tracks east of Sayville, said the MTA. One person in the vehicle was taken to the hospital, a railroad spokesman said.  The number of people in the vehicle and what caused the collision are still under investigation.
    A 32-year-old woman was sentenced after a crash when she was driving while intoxicated in which a bicyclist was killed on Long Island. Lisa Rooney, of Montauk, was sentenced on Thursday, Sept. 9 to three to nine years in prison for the crash that killed 28-year-old John James Usma Quintero, Suffolk County District Attorney Tim Sini announced. The DA's Office said Rooney pleaded guilty on Friday, March 19 to the following charges: Aggravated vehicular homicide Second-degree manslaughter Aggravated driving while intoxicated Seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance  “Every single time you get behind the wheel of a car while intoxicated or impaired, you assume the risk that you could kill someone,” Sini said. “It’s reckless, it’s selfish, and it’s entirely avoidable. The victim was simply making his way home from work when his life was tragically cut short by this defendant’s actions." At about 6 p.m. on Oct. 30, 2019, Rooney was driving a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado north on Flamingo Avenue in Montauk when she veered into the lane of oncoming traffic, the DA's Office said. The...
    It’s so hard to find housing in Montauk, it appears that trendy hotspot Sel Rrose turned its upstairs office space into a place to crash. The restaurant has been hit with numerous code violations this summer dealing with overcrowding, but was also busted for having converted a second floor office into sleeping quarters, reports the East Hampton Press. The cocktail and oyster bar’s owner, Kristin Vincent, says the venue “had a very hard time during COVID.”Sel Rrose According to the local print edition of the paper, the restaurant was issued violations for overcrowding, turning the spot into a nightclub with dancing, and summonses for safety issues. Town Attorney John Jilnick has initiated legal proceedings. Assistant Town Attorney David McMaster was unable to provide Page Six with details, but confirmed that “DCB Elmwood LLC (Sel Rrose) is currently charged with a series of Town Code violations from multiple dates. All matters are pending in the East Hampton Town Justice Court.”  Sel Rrose’s attorney, Edward Burke Jr., is working with the town to resolve the issues.Sel Rrose The cocktail and oyster bar’s owner, Kristin Vincent, tells...
    QUOGUE, Long Island (WABC) -- Speed is being eyed in a crash that killed five people on Long Island over the weekend, and family and friends mourn those who died.It happened just before midnight Saturday on Montauk Highway in Quogue, where authorities say a Nissan Maxima veered into oncoming traffic and slammed into a Toyota Prius operated by an Uber driver.Both drivers, identified as 22-year-old Justin Mendez and 32-year-old Farhan Zahid, were killed, along with three passengers in the Prius.ALSO READ | Tractor trailer overturns spilling vegetables on Brooklyn Queens ExpresswayEMBED More News Videos John Del Giorno reports over the scene of the spilled vegetables on the Brooklyn Queens Expressway. They were identified as 20-year-old Michael Farrell, his 25-year-old brother James, and 25-year-old Ryan Kiess, all of Manhasset."It is with tremendous sadness that we share the tragic news of the loss of three of our Manhasset alumni," Manhasset School District officials wrote in a letter to families. "We were informed yesterday that Michael Farrell, his brother James Farrell, and Ryan Kiess were among those who tragically passed in a car...
    QUOGUE, Suffolk County (WABC) -- Five people were killed when two cars collided head-on in Suffolk County Saturday.Police said a Nissan Maxima was traveling westbound on Montauk Highway in Quogue around 11:19 p.m. when it veered into oncoming traffic and slammed into a Toyota Prius.The male driver of the Toyota, 32-year-old Farhan Zahid, and three male passengers were pronounced dead at the scene.The three male passengers were identified by police as Michael Farrell, 20, James Farrell, 25, and Ryan Kiess, 25. All three were from Manhasset, New York.One other passenger, 22-year-old Brianna Maglio, was injured and is listed in critical condition.The driver of the Nissan, 22-year-old Justin Mendez who was the only person in that vehicle, was pronounced dead at Southampton Hospital.Police said that excessive speed may have been a contributing factor.MORE NEWS: Suspected drunk driver charged in crash that killed mother, daughterEMBED More News Videos A man is facing manslaughter and driving while intoxicated charges following a crash that killed a mother and her young daughter in Queens Saturday. ----------* More Long Island news* Send us a news tip*...
    QUOGUE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Five people are dead and another is in critical condition Sunday following a head-on crash on Long Island. It happened on Montauk Highway near the intersection Quogue Street (East) around 11 p.m. Saturday. READ MORE: NYPD: Group Lighting Fireworks In Queens Attacked Man Walking Dog When He Complained About Noise According to police, a red Nissan Maxima heading westbound on Montauk Highway left its lane and crashed head-on into an oncoming gray Toyota Prius. Four people were pronounced dead at the scene. A fifth victim was pronounced dead at Southampton Hospital. A sixth person was in critical condition at Peconic Bay Medical Center, police said. READ MORE: 68-Year-Old Brooklyn Man Hospitalized With Broken Nose, Wrist From Brutal Attack Caught On Camera Montauk Highway remained closed from Old Depot Road to Quogue Street (East). Police said the crash might have been caused by “excessive speed,” but it is still under investigation. The identities of the victims were not immediately released. MORE NEWS: Driver Charged With DWI, Manslaughter In Crash That Killed Mother, Daughter On Rockaway Boulevard In...
    More On: lirr Third alleged LIRR OT cheat to rescind not guilty plea in federal case MTA ‘Overtime King’ wants to rescind not guilty plea in federal fraud case Happily ever ‘graft’er! Married LIRR couple played hooky, covered for each other: IG NYC subway stations will now offer COVID vaccines — and free rides A person wandering the Long Island Rail Road tracks east of Bridgehampton was struck by an oncoming train Thursday morning, officials said. The 11:18 a.m. out of Montauk struck the person shortly before noon, and had not resumed its journey as of 12:41 p.m., the MTA said. “The LIRR is reporting delays on the Montauk Branch after a person was struck by a westbound train at 11:59 a.m. at the Sag Harbor Turnpike railroad crossing in Bridgehampton,” authority rep Kayla Shults said. The unnamed victim was transportation alive to nearby Stony Brook Hospital, Shults said. More information was not immediately available. MTA Police are investigating why the person was on the tracks, Shults said. The LIRR sent shuttle buses to bring stranded riders to their...
    The "Real Housewives of Miami" are hitting a different beach. We hear the cast of the upcoming Peacock series is filming in Montauk. "They’ve been shopping and enjoying the Hamptons," says a source. We’re told Larsa Pippen will also be holding an event there for her jewelry line, Larsa Marie. While in the ritzy enclave, a source tells us the ladies will be staying at an $8 million manse near popular Gurney’s Resort, which they found through Nest Seekers International’s Sara Burack. ELSA PATTON, ‘REAL HOUSEWIVES OF MIAMI’ FIXTURE, DEAD AT 84 Real Housewives of Miami Marysol Patton, Alexia Echevarria, and Adriana De Moura attend DuJour's Jason Binn, Roberto Coin and Peter Webster celebrate the Grand Opening of the Roberto Coin Flagship Store in Miami on February 10, 2016 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images for DuJour) The three-story home has glass walls, a rooftop pool, a two-level garage, and 4,000 square feet of outdoor lounge and living areas, which will likely make it easy for the crew to navigate shooting. Page Six exclusively revealed in January...
    More On: real housewives Sonja Morgan gets ‘physical’ at her ‘RHONY’ intervention Erika Jayne’s ‘RHOBH’ co-stars wonder if they’ve ‘been duped by the lies’ ‘RHONY’ cast stages an intervention for Sonja Morgan Tamra Judge sees ‘health improvements’ after breast implant removal The “Real Housewives of Miami” are hitting a different beach. We hear the cast of the upcoming Peacock series is filming in Montauk. “They’ve been shopping and enjoying the Hamptons,” says a source. We’re told Larsa Pippen will also be holding an event there for her jewelry line, Larsa Marie. While in the ritzy enclave, a source tells us the ladies will be staying at an $8 million manse near popular Gurney’s Resort, which they found through Nest Seekers International’s Sara Burack. The three-story home has glass walls, a rooftop pool, a two-level garage, and 4,000 square feet of outdoor lounge and living areas, which will likely make it easy for the crew to navigate shooting. Page Six exclusively revealed in January that the show would make a comeback on the NBC streaming service. It initially ran...
    A Long Island man has been arrested for alleged DWI following an early morning crash that caused the vehicle to burst into flames and left a woman seriously injured. The crash took place around 3 a.m., Monday, July 19, in Montauk on Route 27 (Montauk Highway), said Det. Sgt. Daniel Toia with the Town of East Hampton Police Department. According to Toia, Wilme Chan-Herrera, age 26, of Mastic, was driving a 2019 GMC Terrain westbound on Montauk Highway when he lost control of the vehicle, striking a guard rail and a tree. The vehicle became engulfed in flames after Chan-Herrera and his 30-year-old passenger escaped.  Both were transported to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital with serious injuries, police said. Chan-Herrera was charged with DWI and aggravated unlicensed operation. The investigation is ongoing.  Anyone with information is asked to contact the East Hampton Town Police at 631-537-6969. All calls will be kept confidential.
    More On: kelly bensimon Kelly Bensimon seen kissing on-again, off-again boyfriend Kelly Bensimon joins Douglas Elliman real estate group Candace Bushnell, Kelly Bensimon both think there’s less sex in the city these days ‘Real Housewives of New York’ nearly ‘ruined’ Kelly Bensimon’s life Summer — and Kelly Bensimon’s Instagram feed — are heating up. The “Real Housewives of New York City” alum, 53, shared a topless photo of herself on a boat in Montauk on Friday. In the picture, she covered her breasts with her hands, wearing only striped shorts, a necklace and sunglasses. She captioned the photo, “Looking forward…” This is hardly Bensimon’s first time posing nearly nude, as she famously appeared in Playboy’s March 2010 issue. She reflected on the experience in February 2017 after the iconic men’s magazine began publishing naked photos again. “I am 49, and I did the cover 10 years ago. So I feel like I look better now,” the former Bravolebrity told Page Six at the time. “I am glad that they are going back to showing women naked; it was a beautiful layout....
    It's almost time for sun and sand, and a popular Long Island clam bar-restaurant is getting a jump on things. The Clam Bar at Napeague, 2025 Montauk Highway, Amagansett, has announced they will open for the 2021 season on Friday, March 26. The classic seaside snack bar is celebrating 40 years of business.  The Hamptons staple is serving up its popular seafood, and more, Friday through Sunday beginning at 11:30 a.m.  Takeout and table service will be available, and the counter will be used for takeout only.  The restaurant will be open seven days after Easter weekend.  As of now the restaurant is operating weather permitting, call to confirm hours before your visit.  Menu highlights include: Tuna bits New England clam chowder Manhattan clam chowder Clams on the half shell Montauk pearl oysters Lobster salad roll Fish & Chips Local steamers Lobster BLT Takeout orders can be placed online by visiting www.clambarhamptons.com or by calling the restaurant directly at 631-267-6348. 
    A Hamptons 'influencer' failed to pay more than $14,000 in rent for a three-month stay in a luxury Montauk property and then refused to move out by taking advantage of New York's eviction ban, according to her outraged landlords.   Marisa Hochberg, 32, has been living the high life using the home as a backdrop to flaunt her glamorous life on Instagram to her 12,000 followers, all the while leaving owners Cheryl Berman-Schechter, 50, and her husband, Matthew Schechter, out of pocket, reported the New York Times.  Hochberg, a wellness professional from New York, allegedly skipped on half of the $31,750 rent and then hunkered down in the home until October after signing a lease until August 8, according to court records.  When confronted by the owners, Hochberg reportedly hit out accusing them of evicting her 91-year-old father during the pandemic and, at another point, claiming she had COVID-19. Her father told the Times he had spent just one night there and owns a property down the road, while her former employee has cast doubt on her claims of infection.  Hochberg...
    COPIAGUE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — There’s an update on the elderly couple whose car plunged into a canal on Long Island on Monday. Joseph and Dolores Abitabile Credit: Kathleen Hurley-Abitabile) Joseph and Dolores Abitabile were rescued by Good Samaritans after their car went into the water. MORE: Couple Rescued By Good Samaritans, Police After Car Goes Into Canal Off Montauk Highway According to their daughter’s Facebook post, the couple is still in the hospital but are able to share a room together. She also expressed gratitude to all those who helped save their lives. MORE FROM CBS NEW YORK Stimulus Package Update: Is A Deal Even Possible At This Point? Head Of University Hospital Says New Jersey’s Second Wave Is Here: ‘This Is About To Get Worse’ Due To COVID-19, Warnings From Health Experts, Thanksgiving Figures To Be More Subdued Event This Year You can get the latest news, sports and weather on our brand new CBS New York app. Download here.
    COPIAGUE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Police are responding to reports of a car in the water on Long Island. Suffolk County police said the crash happened shortly after noon on Montauk Highway near South 9th Street in Copiague. Montauk Highway is closed at the intersection. Check back with CBSNewYork.com for more on this developing story. You can get the latest news, sports and weather on our brand new CBS New York app. Download here.
    Suffolk County Police are looking to the public for help identifying a man who managed to steal an 8-foot-long surfboard, valued at $299, from a sports outlet in Montauk. The Darkhorse surfboard was stolen from Plaza Sports on 716 Montauk Highway on Sunday, Sept. 6 at approximately 9 a.m.  He then fled the scene in a black or darkly-colored range rover with no license plates and the stolen blue surfboard peeking out of the vehicle's sunroof. A cash reward for the thief's identity is being offered by Suffolk County Crime Stoppers. Anyone with information pertaining to the surfboard thief can submit an anonymous tip with Suffolk County Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-220-TIPS, using their mobile app which can be downloaded through the App Store or Google Play by searching P3 Tips, or online.
    Tiffany Trump joined her brother Donald Trump Jr. and his girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, on a boat in Montauk ahead of her father Donald Trump’s Hamptons fundraiser on Friday night, The Daily Mail reported. Both Tiffany and Kimberly chose to wear comfortable maxi dresses for the occasion, which was called “Trumpilla.” Several members of the first family gathered with supporters in a parade of boats, which served as a rally for the president ahead of Saturday’s full slate of fundraising. Kimberly wore a long black dress with a deep v-neck and a tie across her back. Some pictures showed her barefoot, and she seemed to be aboard a boat named “Above The Ground.” Kimberly’s dark tresses hung in loose curls over her shoulders and down her back, and she received the style from Blow, in Bridgehampton. After her hair appointment, Kimberly was photographed wearing a gray and white mask, the same comfy black outfit, taupe wedge sandals, and carrying a large bag and a wide-brimmed straw hat. She also sported a long, light-colored manicure. The fundraising chair of President Trump’s reelection...
    Kelly Bensimon shared an update to her Instagram page on Monday afternoon, where she flaunted her long legs. The upload consisted of two new images that showed her clad in the same attire. In the first photo in the series, Kelly could be seen leaning against her black SUV. There was a clear blue sky overhead and a few telephone wires that ran along the top of the photo. A blue sign in the distance read “Surfside Inn Restaurant,” and in the caption of the post, Kelly shared with her followers that she was in Montauk. Kelly popped her hip to the side and draped her arms near her hips. She placed one leg on the ground and kicked the opposite behind her, resting it on the wheel of her car. Kelly stepped on her dog’s pink leash, which was on the ground, and her pooch focused her attention on something straight ahead. The second image in the deck showed Kelly doing the same pose but that time, she gazed into the camera. The former Real Housewives of New York...
    Earlier this year, Montauk local Tanish Lindsay started a one-woman protest in the East End village against the deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery. On Monday, she was joined on a march through its streets by hundreds of locals — and a slew of celebs including Julianne Moore, Sienna Miller, Naomi Watts, Cynthia Rowley and Christy Turlington. We’re told that after Lindsay began to get some local support, she organized Love at the End Montauk, a peaceful march for Black Lives Matter. “There was some resistance, partially because small businesses didn’t want Main Street closed down for the march, but it keeps growing,” a community member told Page Six. “The goal for Love at the End march for Black Lives Matter is to educate my community that racism exists here, that black people and immigrants are being treated unfairly and paid poorly, and to bring our loving town together to eliminate this inequity and unkindness,” Lindsay said. “People come to Montauk to escape from the realities of their city lives, but we cannot escape racism unless we confront...
    Earlier this yr, Montauk native Tanish Lindsay began a one-woman protest within the East Finish village in opposition to the deaths of George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery. On Monday, she was joined on a march by means of its streets by a whole bunch of locals — and a slew of celebs together with Julianne Moore, Sienna Miller, Naomi Watts, Cynthia Rowley and Christy Turlington. We’re instructed that after Lindsay started to get some native assist, she organized Love on the Finish Montauk, a peaceable march for Black Lives Matter. “There was some resistance, partially as a result of small companies didn’t need Most important Road closed down for the march, nevertheless it retains rising,” a group member instructed Web page Six. “The purpose for Love on the Finish march for Black Lives Matter is to coach my group that racism exists right here, that black individuals and immigrants are being handled unfairly and paid poorly, and to carry our loving city collectively to get rid of this inequity and unkindness,” Lindsay stated. “Folks come to Montauk to flee...
    Foodies in the Hamptons are not letting coronavirus get them down this summer. Pandemic dining is finally in full swing and revelers are having a socially distanced blast — just in time for the Fourth of July. From Southampton’s Main Street to the beaches of Montauk, Hamptons restaurateurs are finding creative ways to serve their clientele in COVID-19 friendly ways: BEST PANDEMIC OUTDOOR DINING 75 Main — 75 Main St., Southampton Malki Roth of Southampton and Dani Ganz of Manhattan enjoy outdoor dining at 75 Main.Dennis A. Clark This East End dining mainstay, strategically positioned on Southampton’s closed Main Street, will bring the entertainment to an outdoor dining area, including belly dancers and a stage with a DJ.  The eatery — which has been known to attract the likes of the Kardashian clan — will have socially distanced outside tables. This will mean fewer patrons at a time will be able to snag a coveted seat, but restaurateur Zach Erdem hopes his establishment will still have all the fun. “It’s Mykanos on Main Street,” he said, adding: “Reservations are a...
    Foodies in the Hamptons are not letting coronavirus get them down this summer. Pandemic dining is finally in full swing and revelers are having a socially distanced blast — just in time for the Fourth of July. From Southampton’s Main Street to the beaches of Montauk, Hamptons restaurateurs are finding creative ways to serve their clientele in COVID-19 friendly ways:   BEST PANDEMIC OUTDOOR DINING 75 Main Malki Roth of Southampton and Dani Ganz of Manhattan enjoy outdoor dining at 75 Main.Dennis A. Clark This East End dining mainstay, strategically positioned on Southampton’s closed Main Street, will bring the entertainment to an outdoor dining area, including belly dancers and a stage with a DJ.  The eatery — which has been known to attract the likes of the Kardashian clan — will have socially distanced outside tables. This will mean fewer patrons at a time will be able to snag a coveted seat, but restaurateur Zach Erdem hopes his establishment will still have all the fun. “It’s Mykanos on Main Street,” he said, adding: “Reservations are a must.” 75 Main St.,...
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