262 // DERRIG’S DAY

MICHAEL DERRIG, OWNER OF LAND­SCAPE DE­TAILS AND LONG­TIME HAMP­TONITE, SHARES HIS PER­FECT DAY OUT EAST. BY CAL­LIE CHUTE

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Michael Derrig, owner of Land­scape De­tails and long­time Hamp­tonite, shares his per­fect day out East.

I start my days very early at 5 AM. Three days a week I work out with Chris Car­ney at Rail­road Av­enue Fit­ness (11 Rail­road Ave., East Hamp­ton, 631-9074221; rail­roa­d­av­enu­e­fit­ness.com). Oth­er­wise, I take my labs, Sweet Pea and Henry, to Ge­or­gica Beach (Lilly Pond Lane, East Hamp­ton, 631-324-4150). If my kids, Han­nah and Michael, are home from school, they’ll come too. No mat­ter what, I stop at Jack’s Stir Brew Cof­fee (146 Montauk Hwy., Ama­gansett, 631-267-5555; jacks­stir­brew.com). They open at 6 AM.! At the end of a long day, I usu­ally run back to the beach for a quick swim. On the week­ends, my wife Dwyer and I love to have our fam­ily and friends over. Red Horse Mar­ket (74 Montauk Hwy., East Hamp­ton, 631-324-9500; red­horse­mar­ket.com) is right around the cor­ner, so it’s per­fect. When I have time to get lunch, I like to or­der Big Al’s Bur­rito at Estia’s Little Kitchen (1615 Bridge­hamp­ton-sag Har­bor Tpke., Sag Har­bor, 631725-1045; es­tias.com). For din­ner in the sum­mer, we love to take the boat out to Montauk or Shel­ter Is­land and grab a bite at Duryea’s (65 Tuthill Road, Montauk, 631-668-2410; duryea lob­sters.com) or Salt (63 Menan­tic Road, Shel­ter Is­land, 631-749- 5535; salt­shel­ter­is­land.com). In the fall, 1770 House (143 Main St., East Hamp­ton, 631324-1770; 1770house.com) and the new Dopo La Spi­ag­gia (31 Race Lane, East Hamp­ton, 631-6589063; dopo­laspi­ag­gia.com) are great. No mat­ter where the day takes me, the best part is al­ways com­ing home. Sounds like a cliché, but there’s no place I would rather be.

LEFT: Michael Derrig and his wife, Dwyer. RIGHT: Estia’s Little Kitchen bar is home to Tur­tle Rolls (pic­tured), as well as Big Al’s Bur­rito. BE­LOW RIGHT: Duryea’s Lob­ster Deck can be reached by car or boat. BE­LOW LEFT: Ge­or­gica Beach is one of three lifeg

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