264 Butter Ln., Bridgehampton
A converted barn in Bridgehampton is the home of SoulCycle’s latest endeavor, SoulAnnex—classes that take things off the bike and onto the mat. But don’t think that means sessions are easy—they’re still taught by SoulCycle’s high-energy, motivating instructors that regulars have come to know and trust. Classes include Torch’d, which uses body resistance, free weights, and dance for a strength-focused workout, and Housework, a Pilates-meets-high-intensity-cardio session. But there’s also Reset, a forty-five-minute guided meditation class that’s all about stillness, peace, and tranquility, and Le Stretch, meant to lengthen and relax worn-out muscles and joints.
Market Art + Design
The Bridgehampton Museum, 2368 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton
Sixty-five contemporary art galleries from around the world (including New York's Absolut Art, London's Kahn gallery, and Paris's Nil gallery) are setting up temporary outposts on the grounds of the Bridgehampton Museum for this four-day art fair (running July 5 to 8 only), the biggest in the Hamptons. In addition to exploring work that spans over 55,000 square feet of exhibition space, ticket holders can sit in on furniture and design presentations and break for Aperol spritzes and fresh oysters, served on site.
M. Gemi Andiamo
240 Snake Hollow Rd., Bridgehampton
Direct-to-consumer shoe brand M.Gemi takes their show on the road this summer making a special final stop at this year's Hamptons Classic (8/27-9/3). The tricked-out gelato truck will be selling the slip-on woven The Cerchio sneaker in gelato-inspired hues like rose, burnt sienna, and dusk blue. Also on offer: scoops from New England-based gelato maker Morano.
The Class by Taryn Toomey
264 Butter Ln., Bridgehampton
Taryn Toomey has finally made it to the Hamptons, setting up shop in a light-filled barn in Bridgehampton. The vaguely named class is hard to define exactly, but you can expect this: seventy-five minutes of intense movement, which includes screaming, shaking, and yelling to release emotional energy. You will get a pretty incredible workout in the process, thanks to the burpees, planks, leg lifts, and squats thrown in. There’s also a fair bit of yoga, for good measure. Fans of Toomey’s new Tribeca studio will notice the same attention to detail in Bridgehampton: bronze light fixtures by Kelly Wearstler and crystal lighting by Christopher Boots throughout the whitewashed space, set off by the signature scent of palo santo. For those who want to release emotional energy in private, house calls are available. Photos: Jaimie Baird
Tracy Anderson at The Golden Pear Café
2426 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton
Anything Tracy Anderson does, we jump on the bandwagon. Our go-to trainer has drastically improved our lives and our health–so naturally we're excited about her latest collaboration with Golden Pear Cafe. This summer, Tracy has curated a menu of smoothies available at all four cafe locations, including Southampton, East Hampton, Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton. Organic, gluten and fructose-free, each blend is mixed with her patented protein powder, ideal for pre/post workout nutrition and detoxing.
2400 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton
Cayli Cavaco Reck’s background may be in fashion and interiors (her resumé includes stints at Elle Décor and House and Garden) but her understanding of the importance of beauty—beauty products, to be exact—goes beyond skin-deep. It started with her over-forty-and-loving-it Instagram account, Knocking on Forty, and manifested into a free-standing pop-up shop right in the heart of Bridgehampton. The whitewashed space is neatly stocked with R and Co., Earth tu Face, and Smith and Cult, plus #goodcleangoop favorites like Pursoma, Vintner’s Daughter, Moon Juice, and Odacite.
2400 Main St., Bridgehampton
For most, florals are a deeply personal matter of taste, and it takes a thorough, skilled florist to nail it every time. Luckily, this beloved flower-and-gifts shop has two: owners Michael Grim and Jim Osburn. While they’ll gladly put together a beautiful monotone bouquet, their specialty is color—think violet and fuchsia orchids, magenta roses, and ombre hydrangeas—which they deftly apply to arrangements and centerpieces of every size and style.
1 Ocean Rd., Bridgehampton
Located in a historic building in downtown Bridgehampton, this lively French restaurant is made fun by a mix of old-fashioned and modern touches: 100-year-old tin ceilings, gleaming white subway tile paired with red Zebra-print wallpaper, open French windows filled with flowers. Plats-du-jour include everything from fish and chips to risotto, lobster, and dry-aged ribeye. There's also an additional Meatless Monday pre-fixe menu.
One Ocean Yoga
1927 Scuttle Hole Dr., Bridgehampton
Taking full advantage of Bridgehampton's idyllic landscape, One Ocean ditches the concept of the traditional yoga studio for an open-air tent sprawled out on the grounds of breathtaking Channing Daughter's Winery. Yoga classes are offered in a group setting or one-on-one; the same goes for meditation sessions, Reiki, and Pranic healing.
Dan Flavin Art Institute
Corwith Ave., Bridgehampton
Dan Flavin was a mainstay of the community of artists that flocked to the Hamptons in the summers, and so it's fitting that there's a space here devoted to his works. This renovated firehouse (which has been stewarded by the Dia Art Foundation for its entire existence) has a permanent exhibition of Flavin's fluorescent light works on the top floor and a space for temporary exhibitions on the first floor.
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