The cultural impact of the '60s is all over the place, from TV, to... anywhere people have TVs. Boy does everyone love Mad Men! Now you can also enjoy a '60s holdover when boozing in Sagaponack, thanks to the Old Stove Pub. Reopening tomorrow after a years-long closure, the quinquagenarian (originally opened in 1969) Greek-staurant is sprucing things up -- well, oaking things up -- with a new wood bar, plus adding a cleaned-up front patio and second-floor dining rooms for private parties. The menu remains largely as it was, with saganaki (Greek cheese baked in a casserole), pastitsio (oven-baked macaroni w/ meat, tomato, and bechamel sauce), skewered & baked shrimp tourkolimano, plus rich, sweet baklava -- the Greek dessert good enough to make you yell "This. Is. Scrummptiousss!!". The chef'll once again be using a brick-walled broiler to turn out huge slabs of steak (provided by a “top-secret butcher”), as well as Colorado lamb or a bone-in salmon steak with a pomegranate reduction, ironically proceeding your enlargement. To wash it all down, there'll eventually be a slew of TBD cocktails, but for now you'll just have to house a great selection of Mediterranean wines, not to be confused with Mediterranean whines, which are currently being voiced by tons of mad men in Europe.