• 75 Main
    75 Main St, Southampton, NY 11968
    75 Main is the perfect location for those looking for fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere. It offers brunch, lunch andMore dinner seven days a week all year long. It also has a nightlife scene, where visitors can enjoy a lounge-type club on Fridays and Saturdays until 4am, as well as a daily happy hour, 4pm - 7pm, with half-priced drinks and passed hors d'ouvres.  Big plans are in store for the spring of 2011. Become a fan on Facebook for updates and the live entertainment schedule.
  • Agave Bar & Mexican Grill
    1970 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
    Agave Bar & Mexican Grill serves Mexican lunch and dinner as well as drinks from a tequila bar. Part sports bar andMore part restaurant, Agave keeps 20 beers on tap and six large TVs that NFL football games. In addition to Mexican food, the restaurant also serves burgers and hot wings.
  • Almond
    1 Ocean Rd, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
    Almond is a Parisian bistro-style restaurant offering cuisine that uses locally farmed produce and products. MenuMore items includes escargot, steak fries and steamed black mussels. The dining room is a 100-year old space with hand-carved bars, classic white subway tiles and zebra wallpaper. Jason Weiner is the executive chef. 
  • American Pie
    2044 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
    American Pie, a pizzeria, gelato and juice bar, is located in the Bridgehampton Commons. The restaurant has a fourMore tables and a few stools along the high-top bar. In addition to pizza, it serves soups, salads, calzones and zeppoles. American Pie also delivers orders that meet a minimum order of $20.
  • Annie's Organic Cafe & Market
    56 Nugent St, Southampton, NY 11968
    Annie's Organic Cafe & Market offers customers delicious and healthy food options in the heart of SouthamptonMore Village. Menu items include 100% organic sandwiches, soups, vegetarian & vegan options, and much more. The cafe also features a backyard garden patio with various plants and flowers.
  • Barrister's
    36 Main St, Southampton, NY 11968
    Owner Michael Ferran, long-time resident of Southampton and LIU graduate, prides himself on the casual, welcomingMore atmosphere of Barrister's. This, along with the local, fresh food on the menu, is why he feels he has been in business for so long. Overlooking Main Street, the bright and airy dining room and upscale, yet affordable, menu offers something for all tastes.
  • Bay Burger
    1742 Bhampton Sag Harbor Tpke, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
    Bay Burger is a burger joint and ice cream parlor just outside of Sag Harbor Village, on the way to Bridgehampton.More During the summer, the kitchen also serves breakfast. The restaurant has become a hang-out spot, since it has a 50-inch plasma TV with XBox360 and, on some nights, live entertainment. There is also a garden patio. 
  • Blue Sky Restaurant
    63 Main St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
    Blue Sky Restaurant, formerly Spinnakers, got a much-needed makeover several summers ago. With a new vibrancy, Blue SkyMore serves authentic Mediteranean seafood dishes. Outdoor seating is available in the summer, while in winter the brick walls allow for a cozy dining room. There is a garden dining room as well.
  • BOA Thai-Asian Fusion
    129 Noyack Rd, Southampton, NY 11968
    BOA Thai-Asian Fusion is a restaurant and bar. Menu items include Chicken Satay, Spring Rolls, Won Ton Soup, Roast DuckMore Salad, Thai BBQ Chicken, Salmon Teriyaki, Crab Fried Rice, Shrimp Stir Fry and Veggie Pad Thai, among others. On Sundays, from 11am to 3pm, it offers the All You Can Enjoy Brunch. 
  • Bobby Van's Restaurant
    2393 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
    Bobby Van's is a chain of steakhouses. Bridgehampton is home to the restaurant’s original location, and is knownMore for its famous regulars, such as Truman Capote. Bobby Van's features full lunch and dinner menus with dishes such as oysters, crab cakes, filet mignon, salads, lamb chops and Chilean sea bass. The restaurant also features a full bar.
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