Simply Sublime on Springs-Fireplace Road in East Hampton has just celebrated its first year in business, with edible offerings that range from cookies to kombucha and customers that range from construction workers to yoginis on a cleanse.
“I like coming to work and helping the community,” said Alison Burke, who owns the cafe with her sister, Juliette Logie. Their original concept was to open a coffee bar, but it became much more.
Last year, Roger Waters showed up at Amagansett's Stephen Talkhouse when G.E. Smith was playing, Nick Kraus, a manager there, said. He missed it, unfortunately, he said, "Pink Floyd was there and I was nearby and had no idea." Anyway, he is surprised that tonight's 8 p.m. show, which will include Taylor Barton, has not yet sold out.
Mr. Kraus also couldn't believe there were still tickets for Xavier Rudd's show on Thursday night, a popular performer he called an "Australian Jack Johnson."