Serendipity’s July/August issue is on stands now! Get to know our cover girl, Abby Elliott, star of Bravo’s new television series, Odd Mom Out, which is quickly becoming the most-talked about show of summer. We’ll also present the winners of our 3rd annual Locally Made awards, which highlight the best goods—from clothing to spirits—made right here in Fairfield and Westchester counties. Warm weather also means tending to your garden (we have all the accessories you need) and fun road trips (we have five scenic destinations to map out—and new cars to drive there in). And as we gear up for the 2016 Greenwich Wine + Food Festival, Chopped star Alex Guarnaschelli gives us some of her favorite recipes.
All About Abby
Our cover star opens up about her famous father, comedian Chris Elliott, growing up in Connecticut, and how she gets into her Odd Mom Out character, Upper East Side momzilla Brooke. Plus, what it was really like being on Saturday Night Live for four seasons. (Photograph by Emilio G. Hernandez))
Serendipity’s 3rd Annual Locally Made Awards
Meet some of the most awe-inspiring and talented artists and designers right here in Fairfield and Westchester counties. This includes the pickled delights of Jane’s Good Food in Westport, CT, the beautiful jewelry from Annabelle’s Collection in Greenwich, CT, the functional and adorable snapsuits from Cheekie Charlie in Mamaroneck, NY, and many more! (Photograph by Hollie Bertram)
Gorgeous Garden Accessories
Spruce up your landscape with a beautiful array of ornaments such as twisted wire planters, bird houses and more to ensure your garden is a haven you’ll want to relax in all summer long.
Summer Road Trips
We have five fun road trips to take right now. We’re recommending the most scenic routes and best cars to drive to reach destinations like Manchester, VT, Newport, RI and more. (Photograph by James Chandler)
Stirring It Up With Alex Guarnaschelli
The Chopped star will be appearing at our 2016 Wine + Food Festival this September (tickets on sale now) but in the meantime she’s dishing on her advice to young chefs, her favorite celebrity foodies and her foray into stand-up comedy. Best of all, she shares four easy recipes perfect for the warm summer months. (Photograph by Squire Fox)
For more great summer stories, be sure to check out the July/August issue on newsstands now! Or click here to subscribe.