Southampton Inn

Southampton Inn hosted a brainstorming breakfast called “It Takes a Village” to discuss the recent hardships and challenges Southampton retailers and business owners have endured within the past few years. Working together to build better businesses and creating a better local economy are the main goals of the “It Takes a Village” project, which is firmly rooted in the idea that banding together is the safest bet to endure the economic crisis many businesses are having trouble dealing with alone. The collective effort of retailers, restaurants, and recreational outlets throughout every season in Southampton has been and will be what sustains those businesses. The Inn’s breakfast allowed members of the community to exchange ideas and reach out a helping hand. The successful event acted to unite the Southampton community, and many ideas were generated for the upcoming weeks. It was also impossible to ignore the immense beauty of the region, which from Labor Day to Memorial Day showcases many brilliant and affordable businesses that selflessly have each other’s interests in mind.

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Under the direction of Dede Gotthelf since 1998, Southampton Inn has transformed into the premier hospitality and event venue on the East End, having earned numerous awards such as Best Inn, Best Hotel, Best Breakfast, Best Public Space, Best Wedding Location and Best New Restaurant for OSO. Dede wishes to continue building Southampton Inn’s sustained success and help neighboring businesses build upon theirs.

Southampton Inn, with OSO at Southampton Inn, and local Southampton community members welcomed press outlets this past weekend for “It Takes a Village,” donating thoughtfully for the cause. Transportation, accommodations, meals, products, and coupons for many Southampton businesses were some of the numerous ways by which “It Takes a Village” aimed to increase interest and consumer presence for the many businesses taking part, including Pedro’s Wine Collection, Southampton Publick House, Bruce Michael, Southampton Historical Society, Driver’s Seat Restaurant, Christopher Fischer Cashmere, Ralph Lauren Southampton, Brahmin, Old Town Crossing, Therapy Boutique, Besim’s Fine Cigars, Cashmere Outlet, Norahs Women’s Clothing, TC Menswear & Women’s Wear, Jill Lynn & Co., Brooks Brothers Southampton, Aimee’s Resort Clothing and Jewelry, Symmetry Studio, Beautiful You Center for Healing Arts, J. McLaughlin, The Southampton Press, Dan’s Papers, Sea Green Designs, Southampton’s Going Nuts, Topiaire Flowershop, Twist Southampton, Stitch Southampton, W├Âlffer Vineyards, 75 Main, Angelo David Salon, Madame Paulette and Hampton Jitney. SOUTHAMPTON INN is located at 91 Hill Street, in Southampton, New York. Telephone is 631-283-6500.