End the Season With a 1920s-Style Summer Party
It's the Roaring Twenties version 2.0.
Ditch the athleisure, dust off your party dresses, and trot out your dancing shoes: Here come the Roaring Twenties, version 2.0. Beach barbecues, casual get-togethers, afternoon cocktail parties and evening soirees mean more than ever before, so go ahead, indulge— safely and stylishly. These summer party ideas are perfect for your end of the summer bash.
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Bring the Party Outdoors!
A Saucy Summer
Does it take a Frenchwoman to turn out the perfect tomato sauce? Made with local tomatoes and no added sugars or other flavors, Marie Eiffel’s version is great au naturel or jazzed up with your own fresh herbs and other ingredients. $12, available here.
L’Acquolina’s Handmade Pasta
And what better to pair with red sauce than handmade pasta. Don’t even think about store-bought. Handmade in Amagansett from locally grown wheat flour, L’Acquolina’s fresh pastas are party pleasers, particularly when served with your favorite farm-stand vegetables and pestos. $12 per pound, available here.
Grill on the Go
Don’t forget to bring the ketchup and mustard! This compact portable porcelain table grill is good to go just about anywhere you want to take it. $299, available here.
East Hamptonite and (not-so) local secret Gail Watson has gained due praise for her heady homemade breads, but breakfast toast is even better when it’s slathered with one of her fruit-forward jams. Order online Monday through Wednesday for pickup on Fridays, just in time to dazzle your house-guests. $10 for an 8 oz. jar, available here.
Inspired by hand-blown Murano glass, Fratelli Guzzini’s faceted acrylic serving bowl is putting out strong Amalfi-style vibes, and it’s light as a feather to boot. Available in three sizes in blue (shown), tan, gray, and white. From $30, available here.
The Rare Omakase Berry
Omakase berries once grew only in the Japanese Alps, but for the first time, these strawberry cultivars are being grown indoors, brought to you by the Oishii team in New Jersey and available for contactless delivery on the East End. $50 for 8, available here.
East Hampton–based entertaining entrepreneur Stephanie Nass has introduced new seashell- inspired cocktail napkins, ideal for the beach or a tiki-torch-lined poolside affair. $48 for a set of 4, available here.
A Party Favorite
Pizza fanatics will go gaga over the Garden Ease outdoor oven, featuring weather- resistant stainless steel, a marble worktop, and ample shelf space. Now, that’s amore! $10,914, available here.
The print version of this article appears with the headline: Summer Stock.
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