• Pottery Barn
Pottery Barn and Pottery Barn Kids opened on Hampton Road in June — in a building that was originally Southampton Town Hall and most recently housed a Saks Fifth Avenue.
• Flying Point Spa
Flying Point Spa opened in the Village East shopping complex at the corner of County Road 39 and Hampton Road in Southampton in early 2013.
One of the country's most well known indoor cycling studios opened in the small hamlet of Water Mill back in July. It set up shop in the Water Mill Shoppes off of Montauk Highway, in the space that formerly housed Blockbuster, which closed in October 2012.• Bliss Sleep Center
Beth Lee Schlendorf, the owner of Water Mill’s Bliss Sleep Center, has been bringing local residents the most extensive selection of organic mattresses and bedding on the East End for the past two months.• Topping Rose
Topping Rose House, a hotel and restaurant in Bridgehampton, opened is doors this summer, giving people a first look in June at its ribbon cutting ceremony and reception. Topping Rose House is a restored 1842 Greek revival mansion, named for Judge Abraham Topping Rose. The restaurant is operated by celebrity chef Tom Colicchio and chef de cuisine Ty Kotz.
• Bridgehampton Dunkin' Donuts
Dunkin' Donuts moved into the Bridgehampton Commons shopping center in May, donating all of the sales proceeds to cancer causes.
• Juice Press
Juice Press, a raw juice and smoothie shop that is expanding throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn, opened on Main Street in Southampton Village, in the space formerly occupied by BookHampton, in May.
• Hampton Coffee Experience
Hampton Coffee Company, which has locations in Water Mill and Westhampton Beach, quietly opened its third cafe in May, on the highly trafficked County Road 39A corridor in Southampton.
• Ice Skating Rink
Will Hansen, whose family has owned Southampton Golf Range since 1957 and has always had a love for ice skating, opened a rink on the 13-acre property around Thanksgiving. The outdoor rink will offer lessons, hockey, and open skating from November to March.
• Studio Art
Karen Hogan, who has owned an art studio in Westhampton for five years, said parents from further east on the South Fork would bring their children all the way to her studio because there wasn't much for kids to do closer to home. Seeing a need, Hogan opened a Studio Art location in Water Mill, just off Montauk Highway in the center of the small hamlet, wedged between Southampton Village and Bridgehampton.
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