Daily Bee: Noodle Outpost Sighting, Art Openings and ‘Intuitive’ Coaching

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Happy Monday! We continue to be over-excited at the thought of ramen noodles in the Hamptons. (As reported by Curbed Hamptons, Momi Ramen of Miami is hiring a chef for its new East Hampton outpost). Could this location, pictured above, be our new home away from home? Rumor has it that Momi will bring its addictive noodles to the former Turtle Crossing space at 221 Pantigo Place, a.k.a. Route 27. Nothing wrong with highway views. We spied a lot of paper-in-the window when we visited over the weekend. If you know for sure, drop us a line at thehamptonbee@gmail.com.

We’re already planning our ‘Hamptons chic’ outfits…

This year’s ArtHamptons, the annual art fair that brings well-heeled visitors to a gigantic tent on a sprawling sculpture field in Bridgehampton, will take place over Fourth of July weekend. That’s a week earlier than usual, apparently so as not to conflict with Art Southampton, which kinda stole the traditional date, according to Dan’s Papers. What’s more: Art Southampton seems to have kicked ArtHamptons out of its normal field, so now ArtHamptons is moving to a private residence on Lumber Lane in Bridgehampton, not far from Channing Daughters winery.  Fine with us; we never really got the sculpture field (Nova’s Ark Project) anyhow. And we weren’t joking about “Hamptons chic” – that’s actually the official dress code, at least for the opening night preview.

In other art opening news….

On Easter weekend, the “duo tuo” of Jerry Schwabe and Kirsten Benfield will have an exhibit of their works at Ashawagh Hall in good ole Springs. Think dreamy seascapes and soothing beach scenes. The opening reception is 4 p.m. – 8 p.m., Saturday April 4, and visitors can also stop by throughout the weekend. “Hamptons chic” attire is not required.

Need intuitive coaching?

We’re not gonna lie: We’re actually not sure what “intuitive coaching” is. Perhaps we need it? Maybe your business does? A coach named Susan King, who claims to have worked with Oprah, Donna Karan and various boards of global companies, will be leading one-on-one sessions this coming weekend at Topping Rose House in Bridgehampton. An hour with Susan runs $400, but apparently one leaves with “clarity and new perspective” — so maybe that’s a good deal, on balance.

Get your shamrock on

Our friends at Hamptons.com helpfully provide eight St. Patrick’s Day-themed drinks to try during your shamrock shenanigans. Blame them, not The Hampton Bee, for your hangover on Wednesday.

Got at tip? Contact us at thehamptonbee@gmail.com.

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