Dining in the Hamptons is tricky. The restaurants are booked way in advance for weekend dining. So plan in advance. Make your reservations before your visit.
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Nick and Toni’s - $$$$
136 North Main Street, East Hampton, New York 11937
Nick and Toni's is definitely one of the East Hampton restaurants that you should visit. This restaurant features a Tuscan-farmhouse, and it provides the ideal environment for the enjoyment of Mediterranean and Italian food. The items on the menu are changed seasonally to give guests something new to try every now and then, and they are all prepared with the freshest local produce.
1770 House - $$$$
143 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937
East Hampton specialty luxury hotel, historic country inn and one of Long Island's top rated restaurants.
The Palm - $$$$
94 Main Street, East Hampton NY 11937
It is a steak house, but you also can have the hottest Lobster Meal
The Maidstone - The Living Room - $$$$
207 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937
Chic slow food restaurant with an emphasis on seasonal, local and organic food combined with Scandinavian delicacies.
Fresno Restaurant - $$$
8 Fresno Place, East Hampton, NY 11937
The new American menu emphasizes simple yet sophisticated preparations of local fare.
The Grill on Pantigo - $$$
203 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, NY 11937
Citta Nuova - $$$
29 Newton Lane
East Hampton, New York 11937
The Citta Nuova is one of the finest Italian restaurants in East Hampton, serving contemporary Milanese cuisine in a casual setting.
Serafina - $$$
104 North Main Street, East Hampton NY
Northern Italian cuisine in a lively, upbeat atmosphere.
East Hampton Point - $$$$ (by the water)
295 Three Mile Harbor, East Hampton NY
East Hampton Point is the perfect place to enjoy the sunset views of the marina on Three Mile Harbor. The food is outstanding, with a plethora of options ranging from chicken to pasta to oysters.
Shiki Japanese Restaurant - $$$
47 Montauk Highway, East Hampton, NY 11937
Offering an array of delectable Sashimi, sushi, hot and cold appetizers, and large plates
Harbor Bistro - $$$ (by the water)
313 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton, NY 11937
It focuses on new American cuisine with classic French backbone blended with hints of Asian and South American fare.
IN SAG HARBOR:
Il Cappucino - Madison Ave - $$$
New Paradise Café - Main Street -$$$
Tutto Il Giorno - Bay Street - $$$$
B.Smith's - by the water on the Harbor - $$$
Pierre's - Main Street - $$$
World Pie - Main Street - $$
Bob Van - Main Street - $$$
Saint Ambroeus - Main Street - $$$$
75 Main - Main Street - $$$
Le Chef Bistro - Job's Lane - $$$
Plaza Café Restaurant - Hill Street - $$$$
Red Barn - Montauk Hwy - $$$$
Babette’s - For gourmet vegetarian cooking at Newtown Lane (631) 329-5377.
Restaurants: New To The Hamptons - By Nicole Barylski
Nammos Estiatorio, located at 136 Main Street, Southampton. Chef Emmanouil Aslanoglou brings his expertise to the Greek and Mediterranean restaurant specializing in charcoal grille whole-fish entrees. Nammos Estiatoria also serve as an exclusive lounge on the weekends.
Osteria Salinaat 95 School Street brings authentic Sicilian cuisine with a Salinian slant to Bridgehampton. Named after Salina, an Aeolian Island off the coast of Sicily chef Cinzia Gaglio, comes with a long family history dating back over 100 years in Sora, Italy. Osteria Salina opened last summer
Pepalajefa at 7 Main Street has a classic European-inspired foods with international zest to the Hamptons. Owner Livia Hegner derived the vision for her menu from a lifetime of travel and family-inspired recipes. Pepalajefa introduced customers to a European approach to cuisine with new flavor combinations, preparations and seasonings.
The Bell & Anchor at 3253 Noyac Road. The Bell & Anchor is the latest venture by The Beacon co-owners restaurateur David Loewenberg and executive chef Sam McCleland. This new year-round seafood restaurant with a New American spirit was opened last May.
The Hamptons Players Club at 103 Montauk Highway a polo/equestrian themed restaurant. The restaurant features a modern American menu by Chef Hector Diaz with specialties from the wood burning oven.
East Hampton also has two new BBQ restaurants, Smokin' Wolf BBQ & More at 221 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, and The Millers' BBQ at 283 Pantigo Rd, East Hampton . Both offers a variety of BBQ, sandwiches and side dishes.
Meatpacking District's current brunch hotspot Beaumarchais at 44 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton brought a taste of the French Riviera last summer. Beaumarchais opened for dinner and brunch in 2012. Saturdays and Sundays they offer their famous champagne "Beau Brunch" with live international DJ's from 2 to 6 p.m.
Andrra's at 39 Gann Road, East Hampton (631-329-3663) views of Three Mile Harbor from both the main dining room and lounge area is the perfect place to grab dinner and watch the sunset. Executive Chef Sami Krasniqi brings the Mediterranean seafood and chops concept to the recently renovated harbor- side location. Andrra's lounge with nightlife entertainment is also open from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Bavarian bar and restaurant Zum Schneider at 4 South Elmwood Ave, Montauk opened a Montauk location on May 27, 2012. Zum Schneider is opened year round and feature a beer menu very similar to the one from the city