January 2021

30 Things We’re Looking Forward to in the Hamptons

Restaurants:

Photo courtesy of Tom McGovern.

Nammos Estatorio
136 Main Street, Southampton
Try the soft shell crab moussaka, the perfect Greece-meets-Hamptons meal. On weekend nights, Nammos will house Alex Julian and Eric Marx’s latest lounge, already anticipated to be one of Southamptons “toughest doors.”

Bell & Anchor
3253 Noyac Road, Sag Harbor
Set to open the last week of May, the menu includes food for the adventurous, like P.B. & O, pork belly, oysters and kimchi, and for the more conservative, like burgers and lobster cobb salad.

Andrra
39 Gann Road, East Hampton
Homemade pita bread and baklava are among this new Mediterranean restaurant’s specialties. Stick around after dinner when it becomes a lounge, with DJs spinning from 11PM to 2AM.

Beaumarchais East Hampton
44 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton
The Meatpacking hotspot has brought its unique brand of booze-fueled, DJed brunch to the Hamptons. Mark your calendar for the July 14th Bastille Day themed bash.

Swallow East
474 West Lake Drive, Montauk
Sit at the kitchen bar and watch Chef Tchinnis hard at work adding his personal flair to small plate dishes like striped bass tacos and macaroni and cheese. The grand opening will be June 10th.

Hamptons Players Club
103 Montauk Highway, East Hampton
A beer and the bourbon glazed skinless chicken wings are a classic choice for this polo- themed biergarten, opening May 25th. Chef Hector Diaz grows his own herbs on-site, not only for his light and refreshing dishes, but also for the herb infused cocktails.

Zum Schneider MTK
4 South Elmwood Avenue, Montauk
The new Montauk locale distinguishes itself from the East Village original with its new seafood dishes. Signatures include Beery Oyster Shooters, three local oysters in three different kinds of beer, and scallops over sauerkraut.

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