Also celebrating an anniversary—our couple-team Yuri and Sergio

The Estia’s family is happy to announce that our long standing employees, Sergio Rincon and his bride Yurassi have just celebrated their first year of marriage. After a honeymoon in Peru last March the young couple returned to our dining room committed to building their life together at home and at work. Most of our […]

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Help Our Gardens Grow

Help Our Gardens Grow Come Celebrate at the Fourth Annual Josh Levine Memorial Foundation/Slow Food East End Cocktail Party and Silent Auction at Dodds & Eder, Sag Harbor Make your Reservation for the Cocktail Party Today! The Josh Levine Memorial Foundation and Slow Food East End are staunch supporters of the Edible School Garden movement […]

Creative Southwestern-inspired cuisine spices up the Darien dining scene

Estia’s American Creative Southwestern-inspired cuisine spices up the Darien dining scene By Mary Kate Hogan original link on Americano Beef Tacos Photographs: Jane Beiles (Food) There’s a culinary celeb cooking in our midst, but he’s been grilling, poaching and frying under the radar. Organic gardener, chef and family man, Colin Ambrose is a veteran […]

The Art of Estia’s on The Nice Niche

Article and Collage From The Nice Niche Featured Artist Ross Watts above in the garden of Little Estia’s Kitchen with his “Schooling Bass” installation; Top Right-hand corner, Colonial Flag of reclaimed books, Ross Watts Photography by Daniel Gonzalez “The food is what draws crowds and I like to think it’s the artwork created for us […]

Article from Sag Harbor Express Paton Miller portrait by Mansell Ambrose by Annette Hinkle When Colin Ambrose moved to the East End in the early 1990s and opened Estia restaurant in Amagansett, he not only made a commitment to his customers — he also vowed to be loyal to the region’s artists. “The first week […]

Eat Prepare to split your stomach at this all-you-can-eat grilling tournament hosted by Geoffrey Zakarian

Article from – July 2013 – By Brandon Cohen What happens when you take eight of the best executive chefs from New York City and pit them against their equally badass Hamptons counterparts in the grilling battle royale to end all grilling competitions? Who cares — you’ll be too busy shoveling some perfectly charred […]