Hamptons Guide

Headed to Hamptons?  Here’s your guide 

It’s the official kick off of the Hamptons season!  We are all ready to pack our overnight bags and travel either through a red sea of traffic lights, Jitney bus, or Blade Helicopter.

Here are a couple of fun places to get you through Memorial Day weekend.

East Hampton 

Hampton Bagels

The freshly baked warm bagels offer up a heart warming nosh for any time of the day.

Nick and Tony’s

Dinner is a must.  This place is solid if you can get a reservation.  The people watching is part of the fun.

Another past time favorite is sitting on the benches.  You never know who you might run into these days.  Russel Simmons is a serial bench warmer.


Sant Ambroeus

Its’s such a great Italian place for lunch, or dinner.  Try their Branzino. You will instantly feel like you are in Italy.  No passport needed.

Golden Pear Cafe

Awesome for a quick bite after the beach, or tennis.

Red Stix

Spectacular for Chinese dinner.  How can you ever go wrong with the sticky rice and potstickers.


Crows Nest Inn

This place is magical.  It’s a hotel with a great Mediterranean restaurant that serves up great seafood.

Clam and Chowder House

No frills Montauk beach side restaurant. Don’t leave without ordering a lobster roll.  😋


Great spot for a peaceful vegetarian meal. The menu is extensive and creative for non vegetarians.

East by Northeast 

This Japanese restaurant is perfect to catch a sunset view with your sweetheart. Top notch Sushi influenced by the Far East and the northeast.

Later I will update you all on night life.

Safe travels!


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