Come as you are restaurant focusing on fresh summer flavors and friendly service, this waterfront restaurant uses the natural resources of the area in unexpected ways exemplified by their preparation of littleneck clams which features chorizo, apples and cilantro.
The coveted Marina location in Sag Harbor town has finally been filled by a worthy establishment. Harlow is both bar and restaurant with late night dancing and ample outdoor seating overlooking the bay and the harbor. With seafood and burgers to die for, those lucky enough to travel to the Hampton’s by boat will certainly know about this spot.
Page restaurant on Main Street in Sag Harbor has opened a porch space complete with bar and appetizers where people collect after-hours for sangria. The small lounge space is incredibly comfortable and makes it easy to meet people.
The dive to top all dives, Murf’s is a salty taste of old Sag Harbor sailor culture that we are lucky to have. A juke box, dart board, and casino games are just a few of the down and dirty activities offered by the small and musty spot. Unique and beloved, it has an unequivocally old school vibe embraced by locals and visitors alike.
Standout rustic Italian fare at this intimate Sag Harbor restaurant incorporates simple pasta dishes, incredible sauces, and a variety of local seafood plates into a perfect country style menu. Lunch and dinner served daily, no reservations, but enjoy bay views as you wait for a table.
Trendy seasonal eatery and bar in Southampton, hosts popular parties with unforgettable themes and scenes. One of the more premiere destinations in the hamptons for events. Summer menu in the backyard with an extra special Caribbean Mahi Mahi.
For such a small town, Southampton makes some great beers. The Publick House has won awards for its ales and lagers. The summer ale is a great choice for complimenting the taste of summer and no better place to enjoy it than in the public house itself. A great bar with frequent events and “ladies nights” that attract a young scene.