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Susan’s guidebook

Susan

Susan’s guidebook

The Best of Sag Harbor - EATERIES
While many places that offer lobster rolls and fresh seafood have gone way up in price, the Dock House remains reasonable, and is one of the most beautiful locations to sit and eat. If they're busy, they will give you a clam shell with a number on it and you can stroll the wharf and look at the picturesque bridge, Windmill beach and fancy yachts that are often parked there.
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The Dock House
1 Long Wharf
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While many places that offer lobster rolls and fresh seafood have gone way up in price, the Dock House remains reasonable, and is one of the most beautiful locations to sit and eat. If they're busy, they will give you a clam shell with a number on it and you can stroll the wharf and look at the picturesque bridge, Windmill beach and fancy yachts that are often parked there.
I am not a fan of their coffee, but everything else here is delicious. Especially the buttery lobster rolls! This is a local favorite and only a few minutes from the house.
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Harbor Market & Kitchen
184 Division St
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I am not a fan of their coffee, but everything else here is delicious. Especially the buttery lobster rolls! This is a local favorite and only a few minutes from the house.
Estia's is amazing. Fresh food they mostly get from their own garden, or source locally. Breakfast is the best around. Even waiting for a table is not that bad as the gardens are gorgeous - but they do have limited tables so best to go early.
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Estia's Little Kitchen
1615 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike
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Estia's is amazing. Fresh food they mostly get from their own garden, or source locally. Breakfast is the best around. Even waiting for a table is not that bad as the gardens are gorgeous - but they do have limited tables so best to go early.
Sitting outside at Dockside Bar & Grill is always a treat. I like just about everything on their menu. During the cold Winter months, their chicken pot pie is to die for. Billy Joel's boathouse is across the street with all its colorful buoys.
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Dockside Bar & Grill
26 Bay Street
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Sitting outside at Dockside Bar & Grill is always a treat. I like just about everything on their menu. During the cold Winter months, their chicken pot pie is to die for. Billy Joel's boathouse is across the street with all its colorful buoys.
I have never met anyone who doesn't like Buddhaberry. Besides the create-your-own FroYo, I think their crepes are great too! I am not a fan of their coffee but I'm just a coffee snob.
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BuddhaBerry
125 Main Street
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I have never met anyone who doesn't like Buddhaberry. Besides the create-your-own FroYo, I think their crepes are great too! I am not a fan of their coffee but I'm just a coffee snob.
The Best of Sag Harbor - COFFEE
From age 8, my daughter has called Sagtown her "Happy Place." (Some things are best not explained to kids...). It does seem to have that Je ne sais quoi... a spot where people like to hang out and lollygag with coffee or Acai bowls in the morning. Maybe you too will call it your Happy Place. :-)
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SagTown Coffee
78 Main Street
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From age 8, my daughter has called Sagtown her "Happy Place." (Some things are best not explained to kids...). It does seem to have that Je ne sais quoi... a spot where people like to hang out and lollygag with coffee or Acai bowls in the morning. Maybe you too will call it your Happy Place. :-)
The last donut I had there had jelly made with Rose from Wolffer's vineyard. It was divine. My other favorite is the Lemon Poppy donut. After the weekend, they sometimes put out day-old donuts for only $1.00 and you know, those are awesome too.
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Grindstone Coffee & Donuts
7 Main St
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The last donut I had there had jelly made with Rose from Wolffer's vineyard. It was divine. My other favorite is the Lemon Poppy donut. After the weekend, they sometimes put out day-old donuts for only $1.00 and you know, those are awesome too.
The coffee shop in the back of Sylvester's is a little known secret. It's my favorite place for ICED coffee (serve yourself)... It really is "dreamy" as they say. They also have hot coffee and you can take it outside and sit on a bench and people-watch, but I always end up browsing around the store as I guess is the point of having coffee in the back! ...Great store to browse around.
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Sylvester & Co. Modern General®
103 Main St
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The coffee shop in the back of Sylvester's is a little known secret. It's my favorite place for ICED coffee (serve yourself)... It really is "dreamy" as they say. They also have hot coffee and you can take it outside and sit on a bench and people-watch, but I always end up browsing around the store as I guess is the point of having coffee in the back! ...Great store to browse around.
Colorful bubbles on the ceiling, a seat by the square and Bubble Tea! Is why we go here. Yum!
Yummylicious!
2 Main Street
Colorful bubbles on the ceiling, a seat by the square and Bubble Tea! Is why we go here. Yum!
Sag Harbor ESSENTIALS
Schiavoni's is the closest grocery store run by a local family. They have breakfast and deli sandwiches in the back, as well as self-serve coffee. They close at 7pm!
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Schiavoni's Market Inc.
48 Main Street
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Schiavoni's is the closest grocery store run by a local family. They have breakfast and deli sandwiches in the back, as well as self-serve coffee. They close at 7pm!
For essentials, King Kullen is the largest grocery store and is open late. The Retreat Boutique is my fav store in Bridge Commons for clothes shopping ... (See "As Cheap As it Gets...)
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Bridgehampton Commons
2044 Montauk Highway
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For essentials, King Kullen is the largest grocery store and is open late. The Retreat Boutique is my fav store in Bridge Commons for clothes shopping ... (See "As Cheap As it Gets...)
White's Pharmacy is now in Sag Harbor -- (where Harbor Books used to be -- and if you miss Harbor books, it moved beside Jacks).
White's Apothecary East Hampton
81 Main Street
White's Pharmacy is now in Sag Harbor -- (where Harbor Books used to be -- and if you miss Harbor books, it moved beside Jacks).
Where can you go to a 7-Eleven that is backed up by a view like this one? I dunno! This 7-Eleven also has a wide array of help yourself coffees and I believe this 7-Eleven has items they don't carry in just any ole 7-Eleven. Whatever it is you need, late at night -- (or ahem after 7pm when most grocers are closed), this one should have it. At busy times it may be best not to drive into that itsy bitsy parking lot. Just park on the street across from the post office.
7-Eleven
Where can you go to a 7-Eleven that is backed up by a view like this one? I dunno! This 7-Eleven also has a wide array of help yourself coffees and I believe this 7-Eleven has items they don't carry in just any ole 7-Eleven. Whatever it is you need, late at night -- (or ahem after 7pm when most grocers are closed), this one should have it. At busy times it may be best not to drive into that itsy bitsy parking lot. Just park on the street across from the post office.
Where to go for healthy stuff, groceries and drinks. The Cafe is open until 4:00 and has Juices and nice breakfast items and stir fries and there are tables outside. The grocer is open until 6pm.
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Provisions
7 Main St
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Where to go for healthy stuff, groceries and drinks. The Cafe is open until 4:00 and has Juices and nice breakfast items and stir fries and there are tables outside. The grocer is open until 6pm.
As Cheap As it Gets (in the Hamptons!)
Sag Harbor USED TO be the place to go for the "unHamptons" or "cheaper" -- but of course escalating rents have hit Sag Harbor as well, and lately the 'ole standbys like Bay Burger, Conco D'Oro's pizza and other local favorites are gone. But a few places remain reasonably priced and have stood the test of time. You can help to keep them in business. : )
Real NY style bagels used to be hard to find out here. Now they are easy, at Bagel Buoy. People mispronounce it as "Bagel Boy" but it is Bagel Buoy, ("Booey") you know, the things floating out there so boats know where to anchor? Marina park across the street is a nice, quiet place to sit and eat or have coffee. Please don't let kids chase the ducks! They have enough problems already. Quack!
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Bagel Buoy Market
3 Bay Street
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Real NY style bagels used to be hard to find out here. Now they are easy, at Bagel Buoy. People mispronounce it as "Bagel Boy" but it is Bagel Buoy, ("Booey") you know, the things floating out there so boats know where to anchor? Marina park across the street is a nice, quiet place to sit and eat or have coffee. Please don't let kids chase the ducks! They have enough problems already. Quack!
Some say Schiavoni's is expensive, but it is the only grocery store we have in town and compared to other Hamptons towns, I would say it is reasonable. Run by a local Sag Harbor family going way back, Schiavoni's has just about everything you may need.... The cheapest coffee in town is in the back -- You can also get a deli or breakfast sandwich in a hurry. They aim to please!
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Schiavoni's Market Inc.
48 Main Street
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Some say Schiavoni's is expensive, but it is the only grocery store we have in town and compared to other Hamptons towns, I would say it is reasonable. Run by a local Sag Harbor family going way back, Schiavoni's has just about everything you may need.... The cheapest coffee in town is in the back -- You can also get a deli or breakfast sandwich in a hurry. They aim to please!
This thrift store is in a class of its own. Donations come from well-heeled Hamptonites who are passionate about the cause, as sales go to The Retreat safe haven for victims of domestic violence. The Retreat is the only thing like it and has many helpful programs for local, (or so called "year-round") Hamptons families. I have found so many items at the Boutique which have been a smash hit, it would be too long a list. Last time we were there, we got a designer gown for $10 for my daughter's dance. Yes $10. Her dress was 20x cheaper than her hair. The Retreat Boutique is open only until 6pm and is in BridgeHampton Commons across from TJMaxx. If you like thrift shops, you gotta go to this one!
The Retreat Boutique
2044 Montauk Hwy
This thrift store is in a class of its own. Donations come from well-heeled Hamptonites who are passionate about the cause, as sales go to The Retreat safe haven for victims of domestic violence. The Retreat is the only thing like it and has many helpful programs for local, (or so called "year-round") Hamptons families. I have found so many items at the Boutique which have been a smash hit, it would be too long a list. Last time we were there, we got a designer gown for $10 for my daughter's dance. Yes $10. Her dress was 20x cheaper than her hair. The Retreat Boutique is open only until 6pm and is in BridgeHampton Commons across from TJMaxx. If you like thrift shops, you gotta go to this one!
Every Hamptonite knows about L.V.I.S. (pronounced "Elvis") in East Hampton which stands for Ladies Village Improvement Society. This thrift shop is nestled into the back of a beautiful historic site beside the tennis courts in Herrick park in East Hampton. You can walk to it easily from the compact car park of Herrick parking lot. LVIS dates back to 1895 when "ladies who lunch" (then in long dresses) got together and beautified the village. They now not only take care of various gardens and trees in East Hampton but they offer scholarships and programs to the local students. There is clothing thrift store which in my opinion is more hit than miss as clothes can be dropped off by wealthy Hamptonites who perhaps have only worn the item once! Donations are sorted out on the racks by color so it's easy to find what you want. There is also a "Labels for Less" rack for the more designer threads. They have furniture and bric-a-brac for sale in the "Bargain Box" a separate shop ... and it's nice to browse the many books in the back too. (Children's section is nice). Every LAST SATURDAY of July, LVIS holds a festival fundraiser with a carousel, food and is fun for families.
LVIS
95 Main St
Every Hamptonite knows about L.V.I.S. (pronounced "Elvis") in East Hampton which stands for Ladies Village Improvement Society. This thrift shop is nestled into the back of a beautiful historic site beside the tennis courts in Herrick park in East Hampton. You can walk to it easily from the compact car park of Herrick parking lot. LVIS dates back to 1895 when "ladies who lunch" (then in long dresses) got together and beautified the village. They now not only take care of various gardens and trees in East Hampton but they offer scholarships and programs to the local students. There is clothing thrift store which in my opinion is more hit than miss as clothes can be dropped off by wealthy Hamptonites who perhaps have only worn the item once! Donations are sorted out on the racks by color so it's easy to find what you want. There is also a "Labels for Less" rack for the more designer threads. They have furniture and bric-a-brac for sale in the "Bargain Box" a separate shop ... and it's nice to browse the many books in the back too. (Children's section is nice). Every LAST SATURDAY of July, LVIS holds a festival fundraiser with a carousel, food and is fun for families.
I am not one for clothes shopping, but I love this store. If you forgot to pack something or need something in a hurry, this place always seems to have what you need -- like that perfect underthing for your sundress... or a light sweater...I love their soaps in the back too, and the price can't be beat. There are little dollar items too -- great for bored kids to look at while you shop...
Flash Back
69 Main St
I am not one for clothes shopping, but I love this store. If you forgot to pack something or need something in a hurry, this place always seems to have what you need -- like that perfect underthing for your sundress... or a light sweater...I love their soaps in the back too, and the price can't be beat. There are little dollar items too -- great for bored kids to look at while you shop...
After Sag Harbor lost it's longtime pizza place, I would say Felice's is the next best thing, albeit a bit of a drive, but if you're going thru Amagansett anyway, and have a craving for pizza, or a sit-down italian dinner, this is the place. Down the street is beautiful Amagansett Square and library to browse.
Felices
237 Main St
After Sag Harbor lost it's longtime pizza place, I would say Felice's is the next best thing, albeit a bit of a drive, but if you're going thru Amagansett anyway, and have a craving for pizza, or a sit-down italian dinner, this is the place. Down the street is beautiful Amagansett Square and library to browse.
Everyone loves Hampton Chutney, including Paul McCartney who likes to ride his bike there and grab a Lhassi. We've also seen Alec Baldwin there, Jimmy Fallon etc... But nevermind. They just have great food and Amagansett square is great chill atmosphere, where kids can play under tall trees on the lawn. Or take a yoga class at Mandala.
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Hampton Chutney Co.
12 Amagansett Square
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Everyone loves Hampton Chutney, including Paul McCartney who likes to ride his bike there and grab a Lhassi. We've also seen Alec Baldwin there, Jimmy Fallon etc... But nevermind. They just have great food and Amagansett square is great chill atmosphere, where kids can play under tall trees on the lawn. Or take a yoga class at Mandala.
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John's Drive-In
677 Montauk Highway
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Little Kids and Big Kid Fun for Families
https://www.sagharborkids.org for tips about events for kids going on in Sag harbor Also if you are here in August, Atlantic beach has a Sand castle contest every August. They will have signs up about the dates. This is a lotta fun but it does get crowded.
When Zoe was a kid she always begged me to take her here. just step in and you will see why.
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Children's Museum of the East End
376 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike
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When Zoe was a kid she always begged me to take her here. just step in and you will see why.
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South Fork Natural History Museum & Nature Center
377 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike
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This is a big place where families can go bowling, play miniature golf, eat til they drop and then some. As far as pricing, I believe it's best if you have 6 people. I went there when they just opened so there are probably more activities there I don't know about. Rock climbing wall?? If you go, let me know about your experience!
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The Clubhouse
174 Daniels Hole Rd
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This is a big place where families can go bowling, play miniature golf, eat til they drop and then some. As far as pricing, I believe it's best if you have 6 people. I went there when they just opened so there are probably more activities there I don't know about. Rock climbing wall?? If you go, let me know about your experience!
This store has toys toys toys!! And some very fun kites too. Fun to browse around. Kids love it. If you have a breezy day, the best places to fly and run with a kite is Long beach, or Havens Beach dog park.
Kites of the Harbor
75 Main Street
This store has toys toys toys!! And some very fun kites too. Fun to browse around. Kids love it. If you have a breezy day, the best places to fly and run with a kite is Long beach, or Havens Beach dog park.
John Jermain Memorial Library
201 Main Street
Mashashimuet Park (otherwise known as "Mash Park") just recently had its playground completely revamped as per the instructions of our local elementary school students. What they wanted, they got. There are also tennis courts and a back board. Check into the club house to make sure a court is available.
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Mashashimuet Park
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Mashashimuet Park (otherwise known as "Mash Park") just recently had its playground completely revamped as per the instructions of our local elementary school students. What they wanted, they got. There are also tennis courts and a back board. Check into the club house to make sure a court is available.
Beaches!!
Sag Harbor Village is divided, (by Division Street), into East Hampton and Southampton. Southampton beaches (actually in Sagaponack) are closest. Ocean Road Beach and Sagg Road beach are about a 15-minute drive. Here, I will also suggest places to stop for a bite to eat near each beach.
Havens Beach (my guidebook photo) is about 7 minutes walk from the house. Hampton Street can be busy and is best to cross at the crosswalk. Havens is a small quiet bay beach. There are bathrooms and a little loop drive where people who like to jog like to jog.
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Havens Beach
Havens Beach Road
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Havens Beach (my guidebook photo) is about 7 minutes walk from the house. Hampton Street can be busy and is best to cross at the crosswalk. Havens is a small quiet bay beach. There are bathrooms and a little loop drive where people who like to jog like to jog.
This is the most beautiful bay beach in my opinion, and the best if you want to take a long swim. Locals call it "Long Beach." You can always get parking (but as with all beaches, there is a day fee if you don't have a residential permit). You will always have a stretch of beach all to yourselves no matter how busy the Hamptons. There are bathrooms but no snack bar. The choices for food are slim near Long beach so it's best to take food and drinks with you. But if you wanna venture off for a snack or some cold drinks, Serene Greene's farm stand is closest, at the end of Long Beach where it connects to Noyac Road. If you want to go a little further, go toward Cromer's (which is a basic grocery store) on Noyac road. A little beyond Cromer's is a deli called Jimmy Jim's which is also good for a quick snack -- and a little further still is a little restaurant called Cappeletti's that serves lobster rolls and I hear the italian food is good there.
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Foster Memorial Town Beach
1000 Long beach road
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This is the most beautiful bay beach in my opinion, and the best if you want to take a long swim. Locals call it "Long Beach." You can always get parking (but as with all beaches, there is a day fee if you don't have a residential permit). You will always have a stretch of beach all to yourselves no matter how busy the Hamptons. There are bathrooms but no snack bar. The choices for food are slim near Long beach so it's best to take food and drinks with you. But if you wanna venture off for a snack or some cold drinks, Serene Greene's farm stand is closest, at the end of Long Beach where it connects to Noyac Road. If you want to go a little further, go toward Cromer's (which is a basic grocery store) on Noyac road. A little beyond Cromer's is a deli called Jimmy Jim's which is also good for a quick snack -- and a little further still is a little restaurant called Cappeletti's that serves lobster rolls and I hear the italian food is good there.
If you're looking to get away from crowds or go for a quiet kayak trek, Louse Point is a beautiful beach that can sometimes be all your own. You can kayak here from General Springs store (see my review) or drive.
Louse Point
If you're looking to get away from crowds or go for a quiet kayak trek, Louse Point is a beautiful beach that can sometimes be all your own. You can kayak here from General Springs store (see my review) or drive.
Elizabeth Noron Wildlife preserve is known for it's birds which you can feed from your own hand. (Take a little bag of seed with you!). There is a little trail out to the end of a peninsula which has a pretty beach and gorgeous views. Often you are the only one there.
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Elizabeth A Morton National Wildlife Refuge Admin Building And Visitor Contact Station
2595 Noyack Road
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Elizabeth Noron Wildlife preserve is known for it's birds which you can feed from your own hand. (Take a little bag of seed with you!). There is a little trail out to the end of a peninsula which has a pretty beach and gorgeous views. Often you are the only one there.
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Indian Wells Beach
Indian Wells Highway
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Ditch Plains in Montauk is known for its surfing. If you don't surf, it's fun to watch the scene. Even in Wintertime, those crazy surfer dudes are out there!
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Ditch Plains Beach
18 Ditch Plains Road
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Ditch Plains in Montauk is known for its surfing. If you don't surf, it's fun to watch the scene. Even in Wintertime, those crazy surfer dudes are out there!
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Atlantic Avenue Beach
169 Atlantic Ave
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If you're visiting Louse Point beaches, this is a charming spot to stop for a bite to eat. You can also check out an art exhibit at Ashawaugh Hall or visit beautiful Springs beaches like Maidstone from here. (Springs is the northern part of East Hampton). Folks eat outside at a picnic table or on the porch. The General Store also rents out kayaks.
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Springs General Store
29 Old Stone Highway
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If you're visiting Louse Point beaches, this is a charming spot to stop for a bite to eat. You can also check out an art exhibit at Ashawaugh Hall or visit beautiful Springs beaches like Maidstone from here. (Springs is the northern part of East Hampton). Folks eat outside at a picnic table or on the porch. The General Store also rents out kayaks.
Also near "Long Beach, en route to the bird sanctuary is Jimmy Jims Deli. They have sandwiches and acai bowls, smoothies and breakfast too.
Jimmy Jims Deli
3348 Noyac Road
Also near "Long Beach, en route to the bird sanctuary is Jimmy Jims Deli. They have sandwiches and acai bowls, smoothies and breakfast too.
If you're at Indian Wells or Atlantic beach -- or simply driving through Amagansett on way to Montauk, it's really great to stop in at Meetinghouse Square in Amagansett and have a dosa at Hampton Chutney. When you are there, you can see why it is a favorite spot for celebrities. It's beautiful. These are the same owners as the chutney in Manhattan, but quite a different environs here. Children like to play on the grassy knoll with the tall trees and play hide and seek behind the hydrangeas that seem to be everywhere. My fav dish at Chutney is the mango Lhassi (Paul McCartney likes the strawberry lhassi), and the breakfast dosa with cilantro chutney.
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Hampton Chutney Co.
12 Amagansett Square
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If you're at Indian Wells or Atlantic beach -- or simply driving through Amagansett on way to Montauk, it's really great to stop in at Meetinghouse Square in Amagansett and have a dosa at Hampton Chutney. When you are there, you can see why it is a favorite spot for celebrities. It's beautiful. These are the same owners as the chutney in Manhattan, but quite a different environs here. Children like to play on the grassy knoll with the tall trees and play hide and seek behind the hydrangeas that seem to be everywhere. My fav dish at Chutney is the mango Lhassi (Paul McCartney likes the strawberry lhassi), and the breakfast dosa with cilantro chutney.
This beach is gorgeous at sunset and is popular with locals who drive onto the beach and have cookouts etc, and go fishing, or clamming (by permit). You can dive down and grab armfuls of big clams from the mud floor of these shallow waters here. Sitting on the rocky jetty and watching the birds dipping and diving and boats coming in is a precious way to enjoy a sunset.
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Maidstone Park Beach
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This beach is gorgeous at sunset and is popular with locals who drive onto the beach and have cookouts etc, and go fishing, or clamming (by permit). You can dive down and grab armfuls of big clams from the mud floor of these shallow waters here. Sitting on the rocky jetty and watching the birds dipping and diving and boats coming in is a precious way to enjoy a sunset.
Nearest ocean beach. Gorgeous!
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Ocean Road Beach
1251 Ocean Road
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Nearest ocean beach. Gorgeous!
If you are at Foster Memorial Beach a/k/a "Long Beach" which may have the occasional food truck, but not a snack bar, Serene Green's is a cute little Farmers market around the corner to pick up a bite. They have more inside than it seems from the outside. There are cold drinks, an often homemade soups and dips like crab and artichoke, and plenty of produce. In the Fall, they are the only place that has my favorite apple: Winesap.
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Serene Green Inc.
3980 Noyac Road
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If you are at Foster Memorial Beach a/k/a "Long Beach" which may have the occasional food truck, but not a snack bar, Serene Green's is a cute little Farmers market around the corner to pick up a bite. They have more inside than it seems from the outside. There are cold drinks, an often homemade soups and dips like crab and artichoke, and plenty of produce. In the Fall, they are the only place that has my favorite apple: Winesap.
This beautiful farmers market is on the way to the ocean beaches. You can pick up something to snack on at the beach or get some groceries there on the way back. They have specialty foods like grass-fed meats and lots of cheeses.
Fairview Farm At Mecox
19 Horsemill Ln
This beautiful farmers market is on the way to the ocean beaches. You can pick up something to snack on at the beach or get some groceries there on the way back. They have specialty foods like grass-fed meats and lots of cheeses.
Sag Harbor Historical Sites
Cavaniola’s Gourmet Cheese and Wine Cellar is worth a quick stop if not for the cheese but for the "umbrella building," the oldest building in the area which in 1777 quartered British soldiers. It also has canon shots, scars from the war of 1812.
Cavaniola's Cellar LLC
89 Division St
Cavaniola’s Gourmet Cheese and Wine Cellar is worth a quick stop if not for the cheese but for the "umbrella building," the oldest building in the area which in 1777 quartered British soldiers. It also has canon shots, scars from the war of 1812.
John Jermain Memorial Library
201 Main Street
Old Whalers Church of Sag
44 Union St
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Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum
200 Main Street
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Custom House
912 Main Street
Long wharf has a lot of history. Walk around the shops, see the old "stocks" or picnic at windmill beach and watch the sunset. You can also take a water taxi from here.
Windmill Beach
4 Ferry Rd
Long wharf has a lot of history. Walk around the shops, see the old "stocks" or picnic at windmill beach and watch the sunset. You can also take a water taxi from here.
The community of Eastville, on the East Hampton side of Sag Harbor is one of the earliest known working class communities composed of African Americans, Native Americans and European immigrants.
Eastville Community Historical
139 Hampton St
The community of Eastville, on the East Hampton side of Sag Harbor is one of the earliest known working class communities composed of African Americans, Native Americans and European immigrants.