Golden Eagle Opens in New Location in East Hampton
Golden Eagle, an arts supply store founded in 1954, has reopened in a new location in East Hampton Village.
Just over a week ago, the store opened at 79 Newtown Lane, next to the UPS Store and across the street from the East Hampton Middle School.
In July, store owners announced the landlord leased their space at 14 Gingerbread Lane in the village to another tenant, which turned out to be Amagansett Applied Arts. The owners said they would close Sept. 30.
After a decade of taking care of dogs while their owners couldn't, Hampton Pet Club closed up shop.
Todd Lester and Jason Neimark, who owned the pet boarding and day care business, said they were forced to vacate the space at 1070 Montauk Highway in Water Mill at the end of September after their lease was not renewed.
"We would like to thank our loyal clientele and canine companions for their many years of patronage and support; all of which helped the Hampton Pet Club become a great place for dogs," the owners wrote on their website. "The relationships formed and memories created will be treasured."
Score one for the locals: Greenport Harbor Otherside IPA is now being served at Madison Square Garden.
"For a brewery our size to be served at such an iconic place is beyond flattering. We are looking forward to the challenge of meeting increased production ahead of the Peconic location opening," said Greenport Harbor Brewing Company's owners John Liegey and Rich Vandenburgh.Planet Fitness To Hold Grand Re-Opening
Planet Fitness in Hampton Bays has completed the second phase of a renovation project and is set to show it off at a ribbon cutting ceremony next month.
The 20-year-old fitness studio, located at 250 Montauk Highway, will hold its grand re-opening on Nov. 7 at 1 p.m. The event will feature prizes, refreshments and give-aways.