Montauk Salt Cave

Here we lie on ergonomic lounge chairs, covered in soft red blankets, taking deep breaths of the world’s purest healing salt in the Montauk Salt Cave. In this dark, serene…

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Montauk Dance Scene Starts at Two

At a young age, Montauker Laura Cisco couldn’t stop moving. “I remember standing in front of the glass oven door in my family’s kitchen, working on my dance moves. It…

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Uihlein’s Marina Turns 60

Henry Uihlein (pronounced “You Line”) sat behind his desk at Uihlein’s Marina, taking one phone call after another. “Yes, the fishing’s good, we can rent you a boat. If you…

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Harvest on Fort Pond

A soft pink glow settled over the water at Harvest on Fort Pond,   enchanting diners from almost every window at 7 pm one Wednesday in May. We could tell this…

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Nostalgic Martell’s Still Smokin’

A respectable selection of a rather niche product is incongruously displayed behind the counter in Jimmy Martell’s quaint, nostalgic store on Main Street, which for decades has supplied Montauk with a…

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Happy 50th, John’s Drive-In!

Happy 50th, John’s Drive-In! Montauk institution John’s Drive-In is still hot at 50 as owner Dave Rutkowski nurtures the icon’s perfect formula: great comfort food, nostalgia, and Montauk serendipity. By…

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Thar She Blows, Off Montauk

Thar She Blows, Off Montauk By Liam Sullivan Deepwater Wind, the company that recently installed five wind turbines off the coast of Block Island, is now planning a project, dubbed…

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Beach Bound!

A Tale Of Two Sisters Bookshop is run by Montauk natives Laura and Keri Marino. The talented sisters give art, individual guitar, and piano lessons. The cozy shop holds book…

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