964 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton, NY (631) 537-9105
Cabaret and dining is alive and well in the Hamptons at Bridges . Owned by Jeff Bernstein and Jeff Cook, Bridges offers diners entertainment just about every night and
a packed house for their Sunday Gospel Brunch. Chef John Jacob turns out New American fare. Appetizers like Spanakopita ($7) and Maryland Crab Cakes ($11)
keep audiences captivated as do entrees such as Five Spice Trout with Asian Noodles ($18), Chicken Scaloppini ($17) and Tuna Filet Mignon with peanut Szechuan
sauce ($20). The desserts (all $5) such as macadamia pecan pie, ricotta cream cake, triple chocolate ganache and flan are made in house by Sheila Jacob. top
95 School Street
95 School Street, Bridgehampton, 537-5555
95 School Street serves regional cuisine and highlights the food and wines of the East End of Long Island. Try the local Iacono Pan Roasted Chicken, a signature dish.
Other popular dishes include Whole Roasted Striped Bass with baby artichokes, sundried tomato and lentils, Seared Tuna dusted with cumin, coriander and fennel
seed served with polenta and asparagus and Grilled Atlantic Salmon with corn and tomato relish. The restaurant received a Wine Enthusiast Award for their wine list,
as well as a citation in USA Today. Anthony Dias Blue of WCBS Radio 88 said that "95's food is honest and very tasty . . . [95 School Street] gives good value for
money." Gourmet Magazine included their now famous dish, Trenette, among their taste memories of 1997.