Restaurants in Long Island + The Hamptons

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Casual, cajun-accented seafood. (Seasonal.) Read More

Italian restaurant with a built-in vegetable and herb garden. Located above a luxury car showroom. Read More

The Meatpacking District staple moved east and brought its globally notorious Beau Brunch with it. White tablecloths grace the outdoor brick patio while... Read More

The Chef: Grill master/Iron Chef Bobby Flay cornered the market on southwestern cuisine in New York City in 1991 with Mesa Grill, then expanded to Las... Read More

One of the few places in the Hamptons for waterfront dining and sunset views. The seafood is right off the boat. Read More

New owner Jayma Cardoso has dialed back the Bacchanalian revelry and returned the Surf Lodge to its more mellow origins. In addition to a complete... Read More

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... Read More

In a weathered cottage on Sag Harbor’s wharf, groupies line up at the Dock House for the clam chowder and steamed lobsters; the live specimens are... Read More

Bring a bottle of rosé to Duryea’s Lobster Deck, set on a rocky Montauk outcropping and renowned for its well-priced lobster. Just be... Read More

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... Read More

For a light dinner, try tender littleneck clams with a gorgeous view of the harbor. Read More

Smell the roses while lunching on scallop-laden bruschetta in the magnificent Tuscan-inspired garden. Read More

Tucked in the back of a marina, this open-air restaurant is worth seeking out for its grilled Mexican corn on the cob. Read More

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