'Steak' And 'Moussaka' Signs Gone From Old Stove Pub - 27 East

‘Steak’ And ‘Moussaka’ Signs Gone From Old Stove Pub

authorMichael Wright on Aug 7, 2013
The Old Stove Pub in Sagaponack can keep its iconic lighted sign with glowing red arrow, but the storied restaurant recently removed two other signs that for decades announced the... more

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