Restaurants in The Hamptons
The Meatpacking District staple moved east and brought its globally notorious Beau Brunch with it. White tablecloths grace the outdoor brick patio while thumping house music pours out the doors and party patrons tuck into Nutella pancakes and smoked salmon eggs benedict. Not hungry?
Saunter right off the sand at this beachfront surf shack and cool off at the bar, shoes and shirt optional. The provocative name is befitting of the jolly scantily-clad crowd, replete with an occasional Charlie Sheen sighting.
New owner Jayma Cardoso has dialed back the Bacchanalian revelry and returned the Surf Lodge to its more mellow origins.
Italian restaurant with a built-in vegetable and herb garden. Located above a luxury car showroom.
Gig Shack serves "global surf cuisine," including fish tacos and a soft-shell crab BLT. Stick around long enough to watch a local musician drop in for an impromptu acoustic set.
Casual, cajun-accented seafood. (Seasonal.)
The after-beach crowd spills out of this sun-dappled bar situated on a long stretch of road in Amagansett with the Long Island Railroad running through its backyard.
The restaurant is owned by six native fishermen who unload their daily catch less than 150 feet away from the restaurant. For fish any fresher—in tacos, sushi, and more—you’d have to catch it yourself.
One of the few places in the Hamptons for waterfront dining and sunset views. The seafood is right off the boat.
After riding the morning waves, everyone gathers for breakfast burritos and chai lattes at Joni's.
International comfort food in a stylish brasserie and bar.
The most coveted reservation continues to be East Hampton’s 24-year-old Nick & Toni’s, which is a who’s who: Howard Stern, Lou Reed, and Naomi Watts, just to name a few.
One block from the ocean, Runaways is the spot for just-caught seafood, such as flounder stuffed with lump crab.