1. Organic and local is everywhere, but it’ll cost you.
Farmer’s Markets on the East End (of Long Island) are a tradition. Sometimes, though less and less now, they work on the honor system, where you leave the right amount of money for what you take. More often, there’s a person there selling local fruit and vegetables. Or, like the Amagansett Farmer Market, it’s a store where you can buy anything from local corn to almond croissants to cheese, but it’s not unheard of to see $2 heads of garlic or a $29 blueberry pie.