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With late night option blocked, Zero Bond owner opening restaurant in Hamptons


Scott Sartiano will open Sartiano’s at the Hedges Inn — the locale where rumor had it he was thinking of trying to open an outpost of Zero Bond, his members only club.

Rattled by the prospect of wee hours partying in East Hampton’s historic village district at a planned east-end outpost of the NoHo hotspot, East Hampton recently decided to stick to its traditional 11 pm last call for restaurants.

Sartiano’s popular Zero Bond club in Manhattan has become quite the scene due to the patronage of Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, Mayor Eric Adams and many other luminaries.

In a public session May 17, local residents spoke up to show support for the resolution, which was voted into law later that afternoon. The vote came amid rumors about other venues looking to potentially open late-night options.

Instead, Sartiano will open an an outpost of his popular NYC eatery in the historic inn. Like its city counterpart, the eatery will operate under the culinary direction of Alfred Portale.

It will be open Thursday to Sunday by reservation only beginning July 18th.

Chuck Scarborough (center) and Ellen Ward Scarborough (center right) attend Southampton History Museum's Halsey House Gala on July 06, 2024 in Southampton, New York. (Photo by Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images

Chuck Scarborough (center) and Ellen Ward Scarborough attend Southampton History Museum’s Halsey House Gala on July 6 in Southampton. (Photo by Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Noticed

This Saturday, July 6, the Southampton History Museum held its annual fundraiser,
The Halsey House Gala. This year, longtime Southampton resident Chuck Scarborough
was a guest of honor.

He also donated a personal tour of NBC Studios to the Silent Auction — commemorating 50 years this year at NBC.

Billy Porter has announced a concert July 12th to celebrate the grand reopening of
Guild Hall in East Hampton. “An Evening with Billy Porter” tickets range from $150-
$1000 and include a reception with the Grammy, Emmy, and Tony Award-winning actor
and singer.

Fashion darling Libertine and its Creative Director Johnson Hartig hosted an intimate
dinner recently, drawing guest of honor, Martha Stewart, a longtime fan of the brand. The chic Sag &Amp Madison Garden was the setting for Chef Hank Tomashevski  to prepare a three-course meal. Stewart had longtime publicist Susan Magrino in tow.

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