Things to Do in Long Island + The Hamptons

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Michael and Paula Croteaux run the only winery in the United States dedicated solely to rosé. Read More

Don't miss Ditch Plains, with its legendary offshore breaks and wide beach bracketed by jagged cliffs. Read More

The equestrian-themed bar launched with Triple Crown viewing parties in a space decked with polo memorabilia and custom furniture from the Pennsylvania... Read More

Stroll the sculpture gardens at the 16-acre arts space, ounded by textile designer and crafts expert Jack Lenor Larsen. Works by artists like Willem de... Read More

Today’s experiential traveler wants to participate rather than merely observe. But while working a harvest usually means backbreaking, dawn-to... Read More

Hike along the cliff-top trails to the park's historic lighthouse and take in views of the Atlantic. Read More

This virtually deserted beach is also ideal for private picnics and solo sunbathing. Read More

A summer camp for adults. Straight across the water from Surf Lodge, Ruschmeyer’s is a relative newcomer to the scene having opened in 2011. A... Read More

A sunset sail on a catamaran ends the day just right. Read More

Preorder the fried chicken. Read More

The farm sells high-quality organic produce and delicious dressings. Try the carrot-ginger variety. Read More

Striped Breton sailor tops hang from driftwood displays at this fair-trade- and organic-focused shop. Its owner, Joelle Klein, used to be a designer for... Read More

2011’s buzziest opening is reaching even bigger heights. An impressive lineup of International DJ stars (Sebastian Ingrosso; Wolfgang Gartner)... Read More

Garden cocktails in a faux Ralph Lauren ad, this place is quintessential Hamptons. A handsome mahogany bar sits inside a seafood-centric restaurant... Read More

Everyone from local blues bands to Jimmy Buffett plays live music at this Amagansett mainstay, which first opened its doors in 1987. The low-key venue... Read More

If you want to take surfing lessons, head to the Sunset Surf Shack and ask for owner Craig Lieder, a quintessential hang-ten dude. Read More

Owners Chris and Ros Baiz provide a history of the Fork's viticulture as they pour you a glass of their red Rooster Tail. Read More

The Normandy fondue at the Village Cheese Shop [fondue for two $25]—made with Époisses and Saint Albray—goes great with a glass of... Read More

This inviting, state-of-the-art winery with award-winning wines hosts free Friday jazz at sunset, overlooking the vines. Read More

The rollicking East Village biergarten brings Munich to Montauk with the opening of its waterside outpost. Bavarian bratwursts and soft pretzels with... Read More

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