Vanessa Leuck, Ethan Popp and Broadway on the North Fork are bringing back their sold-out, one-man immersive adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol To Shelter Island’s historic Ram’s Head Inn for one night only this holiday season.
The Rams Head Inn on Shelter Island has been around about 100 years.
Ram’s Head Inn — 631-749-0811 — is taking a unique approach when it comes to celebrating Valentine’s Day this year. It’s called “24 Hours of Romance” and will be provided to a single couple who will have the inn all to themselves.
It is said that one of the best ways to nurture the earth is to commit to being one of its great stewards. At the Ram’s Head Inn, that has been one of their guiding principles. As owner Aandrea Carter says their mantras is that if you pick something in their vast organic garden you should eat it.
Embarking on its second holiday season under new ownership, the historic Rams Head Inn, built in 1919, hosted a festive kickoff with hope of spreading joy and cheer. The program delivered on proprietor, Aandrea Carter’s, promise of restoring the beloved waterside restaurant and Inn into a year-round destination.
Come solve the mystery! Join us for a 1920’s themed Mafia Marriage Murder Mystery Dinner experience on Saturday, February 18th.
For more than 40 of those years, it was owned by a husband and wife. This year, it’s under new ownership.
Shelter Island may be the least populous of the five East End towns, but a wave of new destinations has awoken this sleepy getaway from its slumber.
Rams Head Inn on Shelter Island will hold a Murder Mystery Dinner on Thursday, September 22, dubbed “The Jewel Heist.”
Most people would be intimidated taking over a beloved 100-year-old Shelter Island establishment. Not Aandrea Carter. “I love that The Rams Head Inn came with character, history and a soul,” she says.
But with recently refurbished hotels, is this the moment it gives in to glitz? A writer gets on his bike to explore.
It’s a new day on Shelter Island when it comes to options for Thanksgiving dinner. Prior to the pandemic, Islanders had few local choices if they didn’t want to cook at home.
Taking Halloween from simply spooky to audacious and fantastical, The Rams Head Inn on Shelter Island and Heiberg Cummings hosted its second annual Masquerade Ball.
When Aandrea Carter saw that the Rams Head Inn, a scenic waterfront property on the iconic Shelter Island in New York, was for sale in April, she knew it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
It’s time to ring in 2023. Here are a few options for celebrations and dining specials on the East End.
A cool spring, construction delays and business decisions to open later leave Islanders with only a few options to celebrate Mother’s Day Sunday.
Embarking on its second holiday season under new ownership, the historic Rams Head Inn, built in 1919, brings a festive program to all its guests with hope of spreading joy and fun.
The new owner of the Ram’s Head Inn is a longtime East End resident. As an avid boater, Shelter Island has been a place Aandrea Carter frequents, and she plans to keep the Inn’s charm while ushering it into a new era.
In 1979, six weeks after buying the Ram’s Head Inn, James and Linda Eklund opened for the season, welcoming a wave of guests eager to see what the new owners had done with the place.
Looking for something to do on Shelter Island this spring? A quick ferry ride will transport you to delicious dinners, live music and peace of mind. Fill your calendar with these events as you discover all The Rock has to offer this season.
If you’re hoping to travel locally for a quick summer getaway, I’d strongly recommend Shelter Island. Located 90 miles east of New York City between the North and South Forks of Long Island, the town originally known as Manhansack-aha-quash-awamock (translation: “an island sheltered by islands”) specializes in laidback luxury, so it’s no surprise that everyone from Christie Brinkley to Kendall Jenner have paid a visit.
A historic property famed for hosting a post WWII gathering of nuclear scientists, including father of the atomic bomb Robert Oppenheimer, The Ram’s Head Inn was owned by a local Shelter Island family for over forty years before it was sold at the peak of the COVID pandemic to a new owner, real estate investor Aandrea Carter.