East End restaurateur buys two Montauk hotspots

Jeremy Morton, who already owns Morty’s Oyster Stand in Amagansett and Provisions Natural Foods Market & Cafe in Water Mill, now adds Rick’s Crabby Cowboy Café and Ruschmeyers to his growing portfolio. View the Article on libn.com

The Masters Of Main Street: Hal Zwick And Jeff Sztorc

What do you get when you combine a Manhattan advertising veteran who owned some of the most iconic businesses in the Hamptons with an economics-educated local surfer who has a successful building and development background? You get the Compass commercial real estate power-duo, Hal Zwick and Jeff Sztorc. One can count on one hand the […]

John Papas Cafe: Business & Contents For Sale

Founded in 1992, John Papas Cafe has been a famous diner destination in the East Hampton business district through thick and thin. A beloved “Americana” diner meets classic Greek cuisine. The restaurant, known for its home style cooking, is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. John Papas is a favorite spot, with a friendly staff, […]

Ruschmeyer’s in Montauk Has Found a Buyer

Ruschmeyer’s, a Montauk landmark and summer hotspot overlooking Fort Pond that went on the market this fall for $35 million, has a new owner, just in time for the 2021 summer season. View the Article on behindthehedges.com

John Papas Puts His Cafe On The Market

There were few storms that John Papas couldn’t steer his eponymous cafe through. Through two recessions, two divorces, a fire and now a pandemic have not flagged the business. View the Article on 27east.com

John Papas, Another East Hampton Icon, Is for Sale

John Papas Cafe, an East Hampton Village fixture since 1992, is for sale for an asking price of $1.3 million, Hal Zwick and Jeffrey Sztorc, the Compass Real Estate brokers who hold the listing, announced on Monday. View the Article on easthamptonstar.com