Delmonico’s Of Southampton Est. 1837 Commemorates Hamptons Opening
Billy Oliva, Executive Chef, Delmonico’s Restaurant Group, Nicolas Geeraerts, Director of Operations, Delmonico’s Restaurant Group, Dennis Turcinovic, Owner & Managing Partner, Delmonico’s Restaurant Group, Brenda Simmons, African American Museum of the East End and Southampton Mayor Mark Epley. (Photo: Delmonico’s Restaurant Group)
Delmonico's Of Southampton Est. 1837 celebrated the opening of their Hamptons location with a champagne brunch held on Saturday, June 8, 2013. Classic antique cars were on display outside the Southampton restaurant and inside guests tasted samplings from the menu which included Crab Cake Eggs Benedict, freshly shucked oysters from the raw bar, Lobster Newburg as well as a few sweet treats like mini Baked Alaska Ice Cream Cones.
Southampton Mayor Mark Epley
had the honor of slicing through red ceremonial ribbon to celebrate the official opening with Delmonico's Restaurant Group executives. To commemorate the special day Delmonico's Restaurant Group executives presented Brenda Simmons
, co-founder of African American Museum of the East End with a donation for the Hamptons organization.
The Southampton location is seaside spin on the flagship Delmonico's Restaurant in downtown Manhattan featuring fresh, locally sourced ingredients like freshly caught seafood as well as farm-to-table specialties and modern twists on Delmonico's signatures like the Eggs Benedict, Delmonico Steak, and Lobster Newburg.
Delmonico's of Southampton is located at 268 Elm Street. For more information, please call 631-283-0202 or visit www.delmonicosofsouthampton.com.
Nicole is the Editor-in-Chief of Hamptons.com where she focuses on lifestyle, nightlife, and mixology. She grew up in the Hamptons and currently resides in Water Mill. www.hamptons.com