Harvest East End at The Hampton Classic Horse Show

This past Saturday I had the pleasure of attending Harvest East End at the Hampton Classic Horse Show Kick Off Party in Bridgehampton, NY compliments of  WEHM Radio Station. (My favorite station!)
The ride out to the Hampton’s was so beautiful, a treat in itself! I made two collages to be able to show you a lot of what
inspired me on the ride.  Naturally, Tiffany & CO. won the middle spot in my collage! What girl doesn’t love it!
We made a quick pit stop at Calvo’s Deli in East Hampton because we were just starving!  We had no idea what it was but it turned out delicious. We snacked on a fresh baked empinada YUM! If your ever out that way do stop in!
As usual the first thing I have an eye out for is the fashion (yes, of course, after the wine!) I loved the bright colors and patterns most people were wearing. Print pants are HOT right now! I need to get some! Prints in general were abundant with a few classic solids among them. 
Here are a few sandals and jewelry that captured my attention. I love the sandals that double as an ankle bracelet, yes they are mine! I am partial to bird accessories and loved the necklace on the sweet girl serving me Stolichnaya Elite Vodka with an orange slice.  It matched my ring so well!

As for the food, OH MY GOD!!!  It was so delicious and beautifully presented.  The chef’s from the best East End restaurants prepared the locally grown and harvested food and seafood tight in front of us. And all evening long! Boneh was brave and tasted the Crispy Duck Tongues, as you can see by his expression it was a memorable experience. I was not as brave! I was perfectly happy with all of the lobster, scallop and crab selections!  I even ate oysters prepared many different ways! They really are so tasty but look so scary! The Frisky Oyster convinced me to try them and I was so happy they did! Mmmmm, my mouth is watering as I write!! We were able to taste so much local wine that it is hard to remember all of them! My usual favorite, Martha Clara Vineyards, were there as well as so many others, too many to list. If you haven’t experienced Eastern Long Island Wine Country yet you must and you will be very pleased!

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