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10 Rainy Day Hamptons Pastimes

Samantha Yanks | June 7, 2013 | Style & Beauty

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Number four on my list: ice cream at Bridgehampton Candy Kitchen (this is their watermelon flavor—yum)

1. See a Movie: Blockbusters like Star Trek Into Darkness and Iron Man 3 are at UA Southampton 4 Theatre and UA Hamptons 5, but there are some great indie gems—like Mud, starring Matthew McConnaughey and Reese Witherspoon—playing at Sag Harbor Cinema. visit fandango.com for times and locations

2. Visit a Museum: Children's Museum of the East End and The Sag Harbor Whaling Museum are great if you have kids.

3. Read: Stop by the public libraries in East Hampton, Bridgehampton, and Westhampton. Check their calendars for great kids events and storytimes, too. For a permanent addition to your at-home library or coffee-table, pick up Kelly Killoren Bensimon's In the Spirit of the Hamptons at BookHampton.

4. Ice Cream Run: Yummylicious in Sag Harbor, Bridgehampton Candy Kitchen, The Fudge Company in Southampton, Scoop du Jour in East Hampton, Bay Burger in Sag Harbor, and Sylvester & Co. in Sag Harbor serve my favorite scoops.

5. Gallery Hop: There's much to see (and ponder) at Gallery Valentine, Tripoli Gallery, Vered, The Drawing Room, Eric Firestone Gallery, and Silas Marder.

6. See the New Parrish: Visit the newly opened Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill and have a seasonal lunch and a glass of wine in its Art of Eating Café.

7. Eat Out: Some of the best new spots of the season are Topping Rose House, Delmonico's of Southampton, BLT Steak, Fresh, Madison & Main, The Cuddy, and The Smile at Ruschmeyer's.

8. Eat In: Pick up prepared food and pitch a picnic in the living room. Loaves & Fishes, Goldberg's Famous (for bagels and lox), and Pepalajefa always have what I'm looking for. I also love The Milk Pail Farm for homemade apple cider donuts and pies, Mecox Bay Dairy cheese, Mary's Marvelous granola, and fresh eggs from Rogers' Farm.

9. Go Antiquing: There's no telling what you'll find at Laurin Copen Antiques, Mecox Gardens, English Country Antiques, Black Swan Antiques, and Nellie's of Amagansett.

10. Exercise: Take your pick: indoor cycling at Flywheel Sports, a 50-minute workout at SLT, hot yoga at POE, Tracy Anderson's method, Core Fusion at Exhale, Mary Ann Browning's Browning's Fitness.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY KATHY YL CHAN



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