As it turned out, she was prescient. So be respectful. meatloaf). To our absolute thrill and shock, we were seated at the next table over from hers! The beautiful homes and charming town of East Hampton. Whether you are an online subscriber, get the paper in the mail, delivered to your door in Manhattan, or are just passing through, every reader counts. In the heart of the Hamptons, The Bridgehampton Florist is the destination for the Hampton’s best flowers, including the largest selection of orchids anywhere on the East End. The delightful Inn we stayed at The Mill House – dog friendly! Posts from Our East Hampton Weekend : Our early morning walk on the beach with Mr. Darcy. A video of her preparing a gargantuan pitcher of Cosmopolitans went viral, and received a “This is iconic,” comment from Katie Couric. Thank you for reading . I love it. Though she sold the shop to focus more on her television show and cookbooks, and it has since closed, she continues to have an office above where the shop was once located. “Hunkering down at home with Jeffrey and a few overnight Belgian waffles for dinner,” she wrote under a photo of a fluffy, syrup-soaked waffle topped with bananas. Food Network star misses cooking for other people, On March 15, one week before Gov. She was even forward thinking enough to stockpile cleaning supplies that would soon be impossible to find at local supermarkets. All rights reserved. The most “emotionally devastating” part of quarantining, she said, is not being able to see friends. From Garten’s pristine kitchen to her nearly perfectly organized pantry, take a look at the Barn ahead. THE SHOP. I found this place by fluke in Waze. It makes everything we do possible. “I find that an old-fashioned phone call is much more satisfying,” she said. Drop in for attentive service, thoughtful gift ideas and even the greeting cards to go with them. The stories you care about, delivered daily. It was so interesting to see her in one of her favorite spots enjoying an intimate dinner with friends – just witnessing her was a pleasure. “The hard part for me is I can’t cook for people,” she said. The shop is filled with a wide selection of wonderfully curated gifts for every important occasion. Even if you see her car in the driveway." . Although the production of her show has been shut down, Ms. Garten hassingle-handedly been filming short videos for the Food Network. The parlor was so handsome and cozy…  For dinner, we were seated in “The Tavern” of the restaurant – the basement of the antique house was dark, cozy, and candlelit – not stuffy at all. The Barefoot Contessa takes House Beautiful on a tour of her simple yet elegant new barn in the Hamptons. And according to blogger Jalon Burton, Garten is so private, it’s near impossible to find interior shots of the house after 1994 when House Beautiful published a feature about Garten’s home. Even as a famous chef with her own television show on the Food Network, Barefoot Contessa, Garten doesn’t divulge too much information about her personal life. Viewers are getting a chance to see the real her, and watch a progression of “corona curls” overtake her hair. Don't stop. So absolutely had to drive by.

Food Network Star Ina Garten started out on the road to food fame with a specialty shop called the Barefoot Contessa on Newtown Lane in East Hampton. I’m working on some home projects (lots of spray paint and stripping wood involved) that I’ll be sharing next week.