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MARRAM IS MONTAUK’S NEWEST OCEANFRONT HOTEL
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Northforker | SEPTEMBER 9, 2019
BY CYNDI ZAWESKI | If you’re looking for a zero-stress fall getaway, there’s a new beachfront boutique resort designed for relaxation. Situated directly on the Atlantic Ocean, the 96-room Marram hotel recently opened in Montauk.
IL BUCO’S DONNA LENNARD TAKES HER DRINKS TO GO
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Grub Street | AUGUST 23, 2019
BY CHRIS CROWLEY | Whisked away to Montauk for a late lunch at Mostrador at the Marram Hotel with my friend Heidi Ledner, a photographer and the director of Campo, an artist colony in Garzón, Uruguay. The restaurant is run by two chefs from South America, Fernando Trocca and Martín Pittaluga, and it’s a lovely little open-air café connected to the …
INSIDE MONTAUK’S DESIGN MOMENT
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Architectural Digest | AUGUST 22, 2019
BY CHARU SURI | The new Marram hotel in Montauk, which opens August 23, echoes this forward-thinking design sensibility. Atit Jariwala, chief executive officer of hospitality company Bridgeton and the visionary behind the hotel, says that the idea of transforming the former Atlantic Terrace motel grew from the fact that he spent a lot of time there, and saw “a tremendous …
MONTAUK’S NEWEST HOTEL BRINGS A BIT OF PEACE OUT EAST
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Vogue | AUGUST 15, 2019
BY ELISE TAYLOR | Marram, which takes over Montauk’s old Atlantic Terrace, describes their vibe as “barefoot luxury.” It’s apparent from the movement you arrive. The buildings are built of weathered cedar. Burnt orange umbrellas, white chaise lounges, wood beach chairs, cornhole boards, and fire pits—complete with homemade marshmallows and roasting sticks—dot the beachgrass-filled courtyard. (“Marram” is the English name for …
HOW TO HAVE A LAZY, LOW-KEY WEEKEND IN THE HAMPTONS
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goop | AUGUST 12, 2019
RETRIEVED FROM GOOP.COM | Our ears started to prick up the second we heard that a new property was opening in East Hampton a few summers ago. A new place, a quiet place, a place that would combine the beachy home of your most design-y friend with all the conveniences of a hotel was coming to Pantigo Road. Our first …
MORE THAN JUST A PRETTY FACE
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THE VILLAGER | JUNE 12, 2019
BY MICAELA MACAGNONE | Guests arriving at Walker Hotel Greenwich Village are greeted by a facade featuring copper-clad bay windows, cast-stone trim and restoration antique-glass illuminated by gas lanterns reminiscent of the early days of Greenwich Village. The exterior of the hotel, on W. 13th St. between Fifth and Sixth Aves., was inspired by the Georgian-revival towers found on New York’s …
CHEFS OF NYC: SOCIETY CAFE
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Chef Manuel Gonzalez of Society Cafe at Walker Hotel Greenwich Village | My culinary career started in Ames, Iowa. I left Puerto Rico at the age of 18 with the goal of moving to Iowa to study veterinary medicine. My friends and I were always hosting parties at our house and I loved the rush that I got from these events. My first restaurant job was at a small 30 seat Brazilian restaurant close to campus. I distinctly remember being nervous, but very aware of everything that was going on around me. It was thrilling, and I was hooked.
THE ULTIMATE EATING AND SITESEEING GUIDE
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VOGUE AUSTRALIA | JUNE 3, 2019
Good thing it’s known as the city that never sleeps, because you’ll need every waking minute of the day to scour the magic that is Manhattan.  New York is the ultimate city destination. But how does one tackle this vibrant beast without missing a thing? Some strategic planning will put you on the front foot, and we suggest breaking down …
MARKET TO TABLE
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DICED | APRIL 15, 2019
Ashley Day, Content Director | “The owner texted me that they caught these yesterday,” Chef Manuel González (Culinary, ‘11) tells me as a Long Island fishmonger bags three black sea bass. The vendor shows us clear eyes and red, rather than brown, blood inside a cleaned out carcass to demonstrate the freshness. “They knew me as a cook carrying stuff …
16 CHEFS AND RESTAURTEURS
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BUSINESS INSIDER | APRIL 24, 2019
Taylor Tobin | 16 chefs and restaurateurs share their favorite places to eat in NYC. Whether you've visited New York City or not, you might not be surprised to hear that the Big Apple boasts one of the finest and most extensive dining landscapes in the US. INSIDER asked a range of food experts about their favorite, must-try eateries in New York City and they suggested everything from cheap, late-night bites to high-class spreads sure to impress even the pickiest of dates. Here are some restaurants to try in NYC according to chefs and restaurateurs.
GOOP CITY GUIDE: JOURNEY EAST HAMPTON
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GOOP | JUNE 2019
As the seasons change, so do the Hamptons. The series of villages that make up the narrow tip of Long Island transform from quiet farmland to showy summer playground right around Memorial Day. Even the chefs flee hot-as-soup Manhattan and open outposts of their impossible-to-get-into restaurants in Montauk, Amagansett, Sag Harbor, East Hampton, and Southampton. While parties, pop-ups, and dinner reservations can easily eat up the whole calendar, this season, the Hamptons are slowing down—a little. Several stunning and considered new lifestyle and wellness spaces—like the Sanctuary, Shou Sugi Ban House, and of course goop MRKT Sag Harbor—are offering a holistic antidote to all the revelry with things like sound baths, clean beauty treatments, rebound classes, and visiting meditation experts as June fades into August.
JAZZED UP: A NEW MUSICAL SERIES
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FORBES | FEBRUARY 21, 2018
Walker Hotel Greenwich Village and The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music are collaborating to showcase student performances in the hotel’s lobby lounge, The Parlour at Society Cafe. “It’s been a really great opportunity that creates a win-win for Walker Hotel Greenwich Village, as well as the students from the New School for Jazz,” says Arin Canbolat, general manager …
A FIRST LOOK INSIDE JOURNEY EAST HAMPTON
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WWD | JUNE 5, 2018
It’s no secret that Montauk has become the preferred Hamptons hangout for well-heeled city dwellers looking to party. With a crop of new hotels and exclusive clubs opening each summer, the formerly quaint fishing village has slowly transformed into a rowdy spectacle — much to the town’s dismay. However, that’s not to say that the entire East End is a round-the-clock party.

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