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East End Business Notebook: Theater Cuts Ribbon, Burger Wins Award

Catch up on the week's business headlines from across the East End over the past week.

WESTHAMPTON-HAMPTON BAYS

Sweet Andy's Cookies Owner Appears on Fox News

Andy Terry, founder of Sweet Andy's Cookies in Westhampton appeared on Fox News on Wednesday to talk about his cookie flavors and how he made the move from being a financial advisor to cookie connoisseur.

Since Terry started his business in 2010, he and his wife, Lissa, have worked to expand the wholesale business to retail, opening a storefront last summer and most recently expanding to the web.

EAST HAMPTON

Sag Harbor Restaurant Earns 'Best Burger' Award

LT Burger's "Smashed Smoke Burger" is going to be featured on Red Robin's menu for a limited time, all thanks to an award it picked up over the weekend.

At the South Beach Food & Wine Festival over the weekend, the burger won Red Robin's "Best of the Bash."

NORTH FORK

The Crazy Fork Reopens in Mattituck Friday

Fans of the The Crazy Fork, a seafood eatery that launched last August in Mattituck, will be able to head back for a bite as the restaurant reopens to the public again on Friday.

According to chef and co-owner David Distenfeld, The Crazy  Fork, which was closed for the months of January and Februry, will reopen Friday after some remodeling - and with some new menu additions, including burgers, steak sandwich, steamers, pan seared salmon and blackened catfish.

SOUTHAMPTON

Douglas Elliman Recognizes Top Agents in Southampton Area

Douglas Elliman real estate firm honored its top agents and offices Monday night during an awards ceremony, and many of the top honors went to the Southampton area.

The title of Top Office of 2012 across the Long Island, Hamptons and Westchester regions went to Southampton, managed by Ray Smith. The Bridgehampton office, managed by Paul Brennan, was ranked number 2.

The top individual prize in the Hamptons, based on gross commission income, went to Lynda Packard, of the Southampton office. The top team based on GCI went to The Enzo Morabito Team, of the Bridgehampton office.

RIVERHEAD

PHOTOS/VIDEO: Dancing in the Street as Suffolk Theater Cuts Ribbon

After what Suffolk Theater co-owner Bob Castaldi half-jokingly described as "80 years" in the making, he and his wife Dianne cut the ribbon the Main Street anchor on Friday morning, the day before its grand opening is scheduled.

"This little theater survived against all odds and it was restored against all odds" said Bob. "We were in front, but there were lot of people behind us."


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