That’s Amore – Love Italian Model in Hampton Bays at Salvatore’s – Occasions Sq. Chronicles

Mamma Mia! Get ready to fall in love Salvatore’s in Hampton Bay.

Eating in the east this summer can sometimes be anything but a love affair, with crowded environments and often bad dishes. But at Salvatore (149 West Montauk Highway) there’s nothing but love, love – that’s amore.

The restaurant is perfect from start to finish in a casual setting. From exquisite wood-fired pizzas to an impressive brunch, your heart will simply sing with every divine bite. As soon as you walk through the doors, the warm feeling of family embraces you. The spacious dining room is beautifully and colorfully furnished and offers plenty of seating.

Bright paintings surround you as you start your meal with fun starters that are classically offered, such as crispy calamari or baked clams. Salads are fresh and shouldn’t be missing, like Sal’s Chopped Salad or Tomato & Mozzarella.

The icing on the cake is of course the pizzas. This isn’t just dough and cheese, however. This is art. Like the great Italian masters Michelangelo and da Vinci, you will take a look at this work and experience the miracle. Served by a fantastic staff, these are round pieces of heaven. Exquisite pizzas such as San Gennaro with cotto, ham, stracciatella, fior di latte, pistachios, basil are brought to the table hot and fresh; Tartufo with truffle and mushroom sauce, Fior di Latte, cremini mushrooms, basil; and the Vongole Freshche with fresh mussels, pancetta, Fresno peppers and pecorino. As an added bonus, there are also options for cauliflower crust or gluten-free crust. Their incredible Rosso Wood Fired oven makes everything just magical.

And that’s not all. Salvatore’s also serves up an assortment of pastas, heroes, and even burgers that locals rave about.

Do yourself a favor. Open your heart and let love pour in at this amazing restaurant.

For more information and reservations please visit here or call 631-856-4054.


Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 4:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Friday: 4:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Saturday: 1pm – 11pm

Sunday: 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Sondheim Finished Indi Model By Eleri Ward – Occasions Sq. Chronicles

Ghostlight Records will release the new album A Perfect Little Death by SUF / SOND – the brainchild of New York singer / songwriter Eleri Ward – in streaming and digital formats on Friday June 4th. SUF / SOND is a swirling combination of Ward’s two deep loves: the expansive, unique canon of Stephen Sondheim and the ethereal, melancholy sounds of Sufjan Stevens. Eleri blossomed out of a spontaneous Instagram cover of “Every Day a Little Death” entitled “Sufjan on Sondheim” in 2019 and has now made SUF / SOND their own niche at the intersection of musical theater and indie folk music embodied by swirling harmonies and their original point of view. The album contains 13 songs, ranging from “The Ballad of Sweeney Todd” to “Loving You” to “Take Me to the World” and takes you through an acoustic Sondheim journey that evokes the golden hour. A Perfect Little Death is produced by Eleri Ward.

Eleri recorded all of the songs in the closet of her apartment during the lockdown after making many requests for a SUF / SOND release after posting a video of “Johanna (Reprise)” on TikTok. With over 42,000 views, she was immediately inspired to expand and share this project, and the album was ready within a month. Each arrangement is unique, thoughtful, and moves in and out of darkness and light.

Kurt Deutsch, the label’s founder, says: “Eleri Ward’s SUF / SOND is simple, haunting and beautiful. I was deeply moved by the creativity of this project and how it combines Sondheim with a singer / songwriter aesthetic in a completely modern way. A perfect little death is one of the discoveries of the year and Ghostlight Records is excited to release such a distinctive recording. “

Eleri Ward is a New York-based actress, singer, and musician who makes pop music herself, having released her first release in May 2020. She has been singing and performing since she was eight and has always tried to carve out her own space with the uniqueness that she brings to the theater. Eleri studied songwriting at Berklee College of Music before moving and graduating from the Boston Conservatory with a BFA in Musical Theater and an emphasis in songwriting, which is clearly evident in the way she has recorded the Sondheim canon. @eleriward

Memorial Day Weekend NYC Type – Occasions Sq. Chronicles

The 1885 tall ship Wavertree at the South Street Seaport Museum will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Pier 16 on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through 2021. Entry is free and includes access to the outside areas of the ship, including the main deck and raised aft deck. The visits are self-guided along a set route and are limited to 35 (masked) people each. The museum also has a new free outdoor exhibit at Pier 16 celebrating the people who lived and worked in the South Street Seaport District. The exhibition uses historical photographs, prints, lithographs and paintings to show part of the Seaport Museum’s collection with more than 28,000 artefacts and works of art as well as over 55,000 historical records.

Photo: Courtesy of the South Street Seaport Museum

The Intrepid maritime, air and space museum, is dedicated to military and naval history. In recognition of our men and women in uniform, the Intrepid Museum is celebrating Memorial Day weekend May 28-31. Memorial Day weekend activities begin on Friday May 28th with our annual flight deck movie night featuring the iconic Forrest Gump! Throughout the weekend, discover a variety of displays, activities, and demos from the military, including the U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Coast Guard. The weekend ends on Monday, May 31st, with the museum’s annual memorial service broadcast live to the public.

Fleet Week New York The US Navy (USN), Marine Corps (USMC) and Coast Guard (USCG) are proud to present Virtual Fleet Week New York 2021 from May 26th to 31st on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Carter Denton

The weeklong event is a new way for residents of New York City and the surrounding three-state region to continue to attend the annual celebration despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Viewers are encouraged to check back every day as new content is added to the program, including live question-and-answer sessions and virtual ship tours.

This year’s calendar of events will be published on the Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts of Fleet Week New York. Current information on all FWNY events can be found under “Like” FleetWeekNewYork on Facebook and “Follow” @FleetWeekNYC on Twitter and Instagram.

The New York Philharmonic’s Memorial Day Concert, a New York tradition since 1992, free of charge. Seating is based on availability. Ticket distribution begins around 6 p.m.

A journey from the dark to the sublime. Gemma New conducts popular classics, Jessie Montgomery’s vibrant musical portrayal of the Lower East Side of her youth, and Carlos Simon’s Beethoven-inspired ode to triumph over fate. The performance in the magnificent Cathedral of St. John the Divine will be shared live – free of charge NYPhil +, our new streaming service.

The performance will be broadcast from Pulpit Green next to the cathedral. To ensure public health and safety, anyone wishing to enter the cathedral’s concert area must be fully vaccinated. The gates to the cathedral grounds will open at 5 p.m. visit Information on outdoor seating.