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Things to do


Where to eat

There are way too many places to name, so we've included some of our favorite spots to get you started.

Sag Harbor

  • ⭐️ Espresso Da Asporto for great sandwiches - ask for extra dill sauce, you won't be disappointed
  • ⭐️ Corner Bar a Ritscher favorite, great for a great burger and a beer
  • Beacon for a nice dinner with a view of the bay (we haven't been here, but we hear it's nice)

East Hampton/Amagansett/Napeauge

  • ⭐️ Clam Bar for the best lobster roll in town (it's far, but worth it if you're visiting Amagansett or Montauk)
  • Rosies for brunch in Amagansett

Southampton / Hampton Bays

We'll level with you, we don't spend much time here, but these are some spots we hear are great

  • Claude's Restaurant a great meal for those who don't want to venture too far (it's in the Southampton Inn!)
  • Cowfish for fresh seafood on the water

Multiple Locations (check for locations)

  • ⭐️ Carissa's the Bakery for the best bread and breakfast in town (our favorite location is across from East Hampton Resort House)



  • ⭐️ Montauk Brewing for a local brewery
  • Farmstands

    • ⭐️ Balsam Farm - do not miss the mozzarella cheese at the Amagansett stand
    • ⭐️ Marilee's Farmstand - representing the Foster family who have been farming out east for generations
    • Amber Waves - a bit pricey, but a nice place to have your morning coffee


    Any beach, truly, any beach at all. You can't go wrong.

    Most beaches will require a beach pass to park. Gibson and Peter's Pond beaches won't require a pass. You should also ask your hotel if they provide passes or transportation (Southampton Inn provides free transport to/from and Ocean View Terrace Inn has limited passes for guests).

    Beaches with parking lots/attendants usually offer parking for $50 on weekdays. Try Atlantic beach, Coopers beach, or Sagg Main beach on Friday.