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66 Newtown Lane
(631) 329-5377
Chef: Daniel Van Der Beek

Contemporary American; Health. 

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Jerry & David's Red Horse Market
74 Montauk Hwy.
(631) 329-6655

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94 Main Street
(631) 324-0410
Fax: (631) 324-8751

Traditional American; Seafood; Steaks. 

99 North Main Street
(631) 329-6666
Chef: Kevin Penner

Contemporary American, Italian.

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74 James Lane
(631) 324-7100
Fax: (631) 324-5816


Riccardo's Seafood House

313 Three Mile Harbor Rd.
(631) 324-0000

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33A Main Street
(631) 324-3609


367 Three Mile Harbor Road
(631) 324-9024

Traditional American; Italian; Seafood.

103 Montauk Highway
(631) 324-6772
Dede McCann and Dennis MacNeil, Proprietors
Chef: Dennis Macneil

Seafood; Contemporary American. 

29 Gann Road
(631) 324-1111
Chris Eggert and Kevin Boles, Proprietors
Chef: Chris Eggert

Seafood; Contemporary American. The owners also run Santa Fe Junction.

31 Race Lane
(631) 324-3199
Fax: (631) 324-9327

Contemporary American/Mediterranean.

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10 Main Street
(631) 324-8555
Jeff Salaway, Toni Ross and Mark Smith, Proprietors

English Pub.

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85 Montauk Highway
(631) 324-2004


207 Main Street
(631) 324-5006
Fax: (631) 324-5037
Executive Chef: William S. Valentine

Contemporary American. 
 wine list, lunch, dinner, cigar room.

36 Newtown Lane
(631) 324 - 5900

Italian; Pizza. 

Montauk Highway
(631) 329 – 1133

Tuscan Italian

28 Maidstone Park Road
(631) 324 – 0725

8 Fresno Place
(631) 324-8700
Chef: Chris Eggert


Golden Pear Cafe(s)
34 Newtown Lane
(631) 329-1600

126 North Main Street
(631) 324-8008
Fax: (631) 324-3523

Northern Italian. 

221 Pantigo Road
(631) 324-7166
Fax: (631) 324-7253

Southwestern; Barbecue. 

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295 Three Mile Harbor Road
(631) 329-2800

American/Continental.  with a dining deck directly overlooking the water.

100 Montauk Highway
(631) 324-3939

Seafood. outside dining patio.

313 Three Mile Harbor Road
(631) 324-0000
Fax: (631) 324-9126

Seafood; Contemporary American.

341 Montauk Highway
(631) 324-8585
Fax: (631) 324-8585

Contemporary American. 

136 North Main Street
(631) 324-3550
Fax: (631) 324-7001
Chef: Joseph Realmuto


44 Three Mile Harbor Road
(631) 329 – 6000


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29 Newtown Lane
(631) 324-6300

Contemporary American.

209 Pantigo Road
(631) 324-9010

Traditional American. 

47 Montauk Highway
(631) 329-0490
Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 329-5377

Babette’s offers diners cutting edge vegetarian cuisine with a twist: lots of flavor! Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily in season, Babette’s has something for all tastes. Chef Daniel Van Der Beek’s creative hand puts out menu items such as the Who’s that Grill sandwich - marinated tofu, smoked tempeh and grilled seasonal vegetables on eight grain bread. Non-veggies will appreciate the Calypso Shrimp or Pepper Seared Tuna. Make sure you try the BBQ tofu, it’s tender and tasty according to The New York Times. For breakfast there’s Cinnamon Swirl French Toast, Outrageous Omelettes and Organic Oatmeal. Another specialty of Babette’s is the fresh fruit smoothies, with combinations like peach, pineapple and coconut and strawberry, peach, orange. Listed as a top 12 breakfast spot on Long Island by Newsday and a great spot for breakfast by Glamour Magazine. top

Della Femina
99 N. Main St., East Hampton, (631) 329-6666

Della Femina is one of the few Long Island restaurants to be awarded three stars by both Newsday and The New York Times. It has clearly established itself as one of the top restaurants in the Hamptons. The sleek interior offers spacious dining, a fireplace and comfortable bar area. Check out the caricatures drawn above the bar and around the restaurant that feature some of the restaurant's loyal following: Martha Stewart, Itzhak Perlman, Billy Joel. Sample the deep flavors of Maine "Day Boat" Halibut or the Colorado Rack of Lamb - two of Della Femina's signature dishes. And while dining at Della Femina, don't be surprised to find the likes of Christy Brinkley, Barbara Streisand, Katie Couric, Alan Alda or the adman himself, Jerry Della Femina, dining nearby. Joanne Starkey of The New York Times states that Della Femina is "warm, friendly, and has a superior kitchen." Peter Gianotti of Newsday offers that Della Femina is, "a smart, serious, remarkably consistent restaurant."  Anthony Dias Blue of WCBS Newsradio 88 Food & Wine Report, says that "Della Femina is turning out world class food." Enough said. 

Jerry & David's Red Horse Market
74 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, NY (631) 329-6655

Jerry & David's Red Horse Market is the Hamptons' most popular upscale specialty food market. The Red Horse Market carries an extensive line of top gourmet specialty food products such as hard-to-find olive oils, condiments and sauces. As well, the market carries over 45 international and domestic cheeses, a large line of fresh organic produce, breads, pastries and imported coffees. They also offer fresh-cut European flowers, charcuterie, and fresh-caught local fish off Montauk Point.  The meat department offers aged prime meats and free range poultry. New this year, the Red Horse will be producing its own line of homemade baked goods such as pies, muffins, croissants, fruit tarts and cookies. Hot lunches to go are offered daily as well as Sunday brunch. The Red Horse Market also serves as a full service catering company. They will provide the food, the staff, the flowers, the music and even the rentals for any size event. 

Georgica Grill
47 Montauk Hwy., East Hampton, NY
(631) 329-9821

Conveniently located on Montauk Highway near the entrance to East Hampton village (in the spot that previously housed Zizzi Balooba), East End diners will now find the new Georgica Grill. At this attractive eatery chef/owner Michael Cinanni and co-owner Jed Schutz lure locals and visitors alike with a simple, moderately priced menu of contemporary eclectic cuisine. Nab a burger, sandwich or thin-crust pizza or enjoy well-prepared entrees like Grilled Yellowfin Tuna ($20), Baby Back Ribs ($17), or Sea Scallops with orange-ginger ($18) and three different curries. There are five different pastas and four pizza options to round out Georgica Grill's diverse menu. The perfect place to enjoy simple yet satisfying offerings, Georgica Grill seats 100 and serves dinner nightly, in season. top 

The Laundry
31 Race Lane, East Hampton, 324-3199

The Laundry originally opened in 1980 on the site of a steam laundry that has served the community since the turn of the century. A longtime Hamptons institution, The Laundry has been a consistent culinary player in the burgeoning East End restaurant scene. Appetizers such as Seared Filet Mignon with tomato, shallots and anchovy sauce ($11) and Lobster Salad with black beans, tomatoes, peppers over arugula ($12) are sure shot winners. Entrée offerings such as Sauteed Soft Shell Crabs on cornmeal basil fried tomatoes ($24); Grilled New York Strip Steak with French fries and tomato salad ($28) and a Seafood Mixed Grill with salmon, tuna, and shrimp accompanied by a spicy carrot sauce ($26) will bring diners back again and again. Peter Gianotti of Newsday raved about the soft shell crabs naming them "the delicate taste of the moment," in his two star review of the Laundry in 1999. Joanne Starkey of The New York Times awarded the Laundry a "very good" rating in 1999 commenting that the restaurant had "a new look but the same high standards."  top

Nick & Toni's
136 North Main Street, East Hampton, N.Y. 11937, (631) 324-3550

Chef Joseph Realmuto creates eclectic Mediterranean cuisine with Tuscan and Provencal accents. -What's the secret behind the restaurant's success? Fresh food and a high celebrity quotient. Nick & Toni's has their own 1/2 acre organic garden out back and is dedicated to local farmers and fisherman. The wood burning oven specials out of the oven turn heads as do the celebrities (DeNiro, Spielberg, Billy Joel, Barbra Streisand, Tom Hanks, Brad Pitt, Jack Nicholson) who frequently stop by to dine. Sample menu items include: Pan Roasted Monkfish; House Smoked Beef Shortribs; and Slow Roasted Duck Breast. Nick & Toni's also offers inventive pizzas like: Butternut Squash, Shallots, Smoked Bacon and Roasted Garlic and one with Littleneck Clams, Garlic, Parsley and Grana Padana. For dessert, at least have biscotti and vin santo. The Wine Spectator said that "Nick & Toni's is the restaurant by which all other Hamptons restaurants are measured." In 1994, Nick & Toni's was awarded two stars from Ruth Reichl of The New York Times. Be sure to make reservations in advance or stop by the bar for a grappa or fine tequila. 

Riccardo's Seafood House
313 Three Mile Harbor Rd., East Hampton, NY (631) 324-0000

Veteran chef, Riccardo Traslavina, has opened Riccardo's Seafood House in East Hampton. The concept of the waterfront eatery is seafood with a South American twist; Traslavina is a native of Chile. Menu items include ceviche, gazpacho, clam chowder, fried clams and steamers as well as paella and lobster. Side orders such as plaintains, rice and beans, guacamole and cole slaw are available. Appetizers range in price from $4.50 to $8; entrees range in price from $12 - $19. The 150 seat restaurant overlooks the body of water known as Three Mile Harbor in the Springs area of East Hampton.

Rowdy Hall
10 Main St., East Hampton, (631) 324-8555

Tucked into a cozy alley right around the corner from the East Hampton Cinema on Main Street, Rowdy Hall is a haven for locals, celebrities and anyone looking for a cut-above comfort meal. The younger sister to East Hampton's famed Nick & Toni's restaurant, Rowdy Hall is named for a raucous turn-of-the-century boarding house frequented by New York City bohemians. Offering English pub/French bistro fare, Rowdy Hall has garnered favorable reviews from both Newsday and The New York Times. Decorated to reflect the Arts and Crafts period of American design, Rowdy Hall also boasts a popular bar with a beer selection that's second to none in the Hamptons. While you're digging into your juicy "Rowdyburger" don't be surprised if you spot a famous face doing the same. Alec Baldwin, Kim Basinger, Billy Joel, Isaac Mizrahi, Alan Alda and Grace Jones have all been spotted enjoying the fare at this comfortable neighborhood eatery. 

Turtle Crossing
221 Pantigo Rd., East Hampton (631) 324-7166

Owners Nancy and Stanley Singer have put this unassuming East Hampton eatery on the map by offering mouth-watering, authentic BBQ by the seaside. Named "the best BBQ on Long Island" by The New York Times, Turtle Crossing's fare has drawn raves both locally and nationally. When President and Mrs. Clinton visited the East End for a weekend of fundraising in 1998, Turtle Crossing was the sole restaurant where they and their entire entourage dined. Turtle Crossing obviously made an impression on the first couple, and they were selected to provide their trademark BBQ dishes again for the President's follow-up visit the next year. Gourmet magazine has praised Turtle Crossing's hardwood-smoked ribs and according to Newsday's Joan Reminick, Turtle Crossing's menu "positively smokes." A favorite of director Steven Spielberg and his brood, Turtle Crossing also provides complete catering services and their entire menu is available for take-out orders. 

44 Three Mile Harbor Rd., East Hampton, NY, 11937, (631) 329-6000 

TSUNAMI offers a Pacific-rim menu in a zen-like setting which features a copper bar, rich and exotic fabrics for the furniture, warmly painted walls and cozy seating. The upscale menu is executed by chef John O'Connell a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. Sample dishes include: Tuna Sashimi Salad ($15); Salmon Roll ($8); Soft Shell Crab with wasabi, cilantro, yogurt, cucumber and pineapple ($24); Sha Shang Duck with scallion pancake ($25); Pesto Rubbed Tuna with roasted pepper, mango, mirin, Chinese basil & toasted sesame ($27); and Indonesian Pepper Crusted Prime Shell Steak with five spice demi-glace ($29). Desserts are anchored by the Tsunami banana split ($8) which features a Japanese breaded baby banana laced with a touch of peanut butter, chocolate sauce and Tahitian vanilla. TSUNAMI received two stars (a "very good" rating) from The New York Times in 1999. Food critic Joanne Starkey stated, "the adjectives that best describe the fare here are exciting, appealing and delicious." 

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