The Hamptons offers not only the best beaches to relax on this summer, but it’s also place where you will find some of the best food. You have to try these dishes before the seasons change because, before you know it, we’ll be going back to school and work, wishing for we could munch on these delicious Hamptons treats once more.
Bagel and Spread
Bagel Buoy, Sag Harbor
If you like the idea of breakfast all day, and bagels that are amazing, go to the Bagel Buoy Market in Sag Harbor. Not only are their spreads like lobster salad and honey walnut chicken amazing on a toasted bagel, but they have great french toast and awesome pancakes when all you’re feeling is that breakfast comfort food before you hit the beach.
Bay Burger, Sag Harbor
I promise I’m not being biased with another must-try within Sag Harbor, as it’s a great town for must-have foods. The Burger at Bay Burger is arguably one of the best burgers in the Hamptons. It is made with fresh ground beef, house-made buns, and classic toppings. Trust me, it won’t disappoint.
LT Burger, Sag Harbor
Let’s see if you can finish their avocado burger in one sitting.
Lunch Lobster Roll Restaurant, Amagansett
You can’t go to the Hamptons without trying a lobster roll. Pretty much anywhere you go =will have a lobster roll on the menu, and it is definitely the choice you should be making.
Sen, Sag Harbor
Everyone needs a little sushi in their life during the summer months. Sen has the perfect sushi menu, including awesome tacos made from wontons.
Cowfish, Hampton Bays
This Maui Wowi roll is exactly that: wow. In the mood for a sushi roll you have yet to try before? Go to the Cowfish, you won’t regret it.
The Southampton Social Club, Southhampton
Feeling like some raw fish for a late night snack? Southhampton’s sesame crusted tuna is on their late night menu, along with other great snacks like lobster rolls in mini croissants.
The Seawater Grill at Gurney’s Inn, Montauk
It might not be a California roll, but it might also just be better than any other sushi roll you have tried before.
Estia’s Little Kitchen, Bridgehampton
This place is amazing. You can choose from a range of savory omelettes, fluffy pancakes, and spicy fish tacos. The chef adds a Mexican flair to the food, especially with the homemade hot sauce.
Page, Sag Harbor
The best time to stuff your face with brunch in while on vacation in the Hamptons. Try this delicious eggs Benedict at Page next time you need energy before wave surfing all day.
Muse, Sag Harbor
You can never have too many pancakes on a breezy ocean morning when you are in the Hamptons.
Momi Ramen, East Hampton
Missing late night ramen noodles when you can’t sleep or just came home from a night out? Momi Ramen has noodles that are perfect when you just want to load up on carbs without any regrets.
Baron’s Cove, Sag Harbor
Next time you want dinner while looking out at the marina in Sag Harbor, go to Baron’s Cove. The view is great and the mussels are even better.
Babette’s, East Hampton
Babette’s is a restaurant that emphasizes clean, tasty food, like they’re incredible shrimp salad.
Bay Bar Kitchen, East Hampton
Scallops have always been my go-to seafood meal whenever I’m somewhere known for their fish dishes. The menu at Bay Bar Kitchen sticks to local East coast seafood classics including these awesome scallops.
Golden Pear Cafe, Sag Harbor
This place is not only great for when you want veggies on veggies, but most of their dishes are also gluten-free.
South Edison, Montauk
Sometimes, you need a little veggie love. Try this grilled cauliflower with lentils if you are just in the mood for some tasty veggies.
Levain Bakery, Wainscott
Their huge chocolate chip cookies are just what you need when your sweet tooth takes over and you need something that will melt in your mouth. This bakery is so good, it’s also on our list for the food you have to try in the Hamptons before you die.
Big Olaf, Sag Harbor
This is a must if you find yourself anywhere near Sag Harbor. Not only does Big Olaf make their own waffle cones and the whole place smells amazing because of it, but their homemade ice cream is unbelievable, leaving you to want to go back every night. One of the best parts is after you get your ice cream, you can walk down the docks and check out the huge yachts that are there every summer.
Want to escape from typical Hampton’s food for the night? Try the French bistro, Pierre’s especially for this dessert. Not only is there a lot of chocolate on the plate, but also banana and brownie ice cream. I don’t know about you, but I might skip dinner and go straight to this dessert.