By Debra Scott
Roeloffs East Hampton Optical remains a family affair
Mark Roeloffs of Roeloffs East Hampton Optical is the third generation in the family business. Morgan McGivern

So sang Mick Jagger on “Memory Motel,” immortalizing the long, low-slung structure in Montauk’s downtown on the Rolling Stones’ 1976 album, “Black and Blue.”
The Memory Motel, immortalized in a Rolling Stones song of the same name, will have live music and D.J.s every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday this summer.

Expectations are high that this will be a popular train

“Montauk is obviously picking up and is an exciting place to be right now,”
At her new shop, Made in Montauk, Ingrid Torjesen, left, sells handmade pillows like the ones she is lounging on. Kim Gatti, right, has opened the Beach Boutique at Montauk Harbor. Janis Hewitt Photos

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Now in its second season
Theresa Davis, the manager of LongHouse Reserve’s new Instore museum shop, is surrounded by one-of-a-kind objects from the world’s most exotic places. Durell Godfrey