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It Happened One Weekend: Chefs, Cyclists and the Inferno

[Montauk Yacht Club hosts Hamptons Magazine's annual clambake]
1) The James Beard Foundation honored restauranteurs Alex von Bidder and Julian Niccolini, along with the 50th anniversary of the Four Seasons restaurant, at a Chefs & Champagne event on Saturday night. Held at the Wölffer Estate Vineyards, the party featured the food of 30 or so New York chefs at the self-proclaimed 'premiere culinary event' on the East End. [CurbedWire Inbox]

2) Georgica celebrated co-executive chef Robert Hesse's return to primetime on Saturday, fêting the reality star with a cocktail party in his restaurant's lounge. Hesse was back on the small screen last week, rejoining the cast of Gordon Ramsay's very own Hell's Kitchen. [CurbedWire Inbox]
3) Cyclists ruled the roads on Saturday morning as the Wounded Warrior Ride shut down streets and pedaled through the Hamptons. Created in honor of Lance Corporal Jordan Haerter, a Sag Harbor native killed in Iraq last year, the 28 and 62 mile rides benefit wounded soldiers and their families, and raise awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project. [SH Express]
4) The 16th Annual Water Mill Summer Benefit held court on Saturday with guests and performers embracing the event's Inferno theme. The fire-red clad crew combined the theater, art, fashion and design worlds to celebrate the Byrd Hoffman Watermill Foundation. Installation art, cocktails, fire-eaters and a silent auction made for an appropriately 'artistic' evening. [Hamptons Online]