In Hamptons Hot List, Part 1, I gave you the newest hot spots in fashion and beauty. Today, find out where to work out, eat, and spend the night, Hamptons style.
Hampton’s Fitness Map:
60 Windmill Lane, Southampton
Ready for a body transformation? Mary Ann Brownings takes her business in the Gagosian Building in NYC to the beach with her new private gym in Southampton.
Best Places to Eat in the Hamptons:
28 Jobs Lane, Southamption
Super cheery looking juices, in vibrant colors, housed beautiful glass bottles, are all the rage for good reason: they leave your skin and body looking stunning. I just did the LOVE EASY cleanse and feel like I got the perfect kick start for summer.
16 Navy Road, Montauk
From four fabulous Italians comes a chic new Montauk spot—trust me. Live music and fresh seafood in a beach-house atmosphere every Saturday night at Montauk’s newest family restaurant. And the best part about Montauk? You can eat on the beach.
104 North Main Street, East Hampton
The still-hopping Manhattan restaurant brings its signature yellow umbrellas and delicious Italian food to East Hampton this summer. Without a doubt, I’ll be there all the time.
3556 Montauk Highway, Sagaponack
Love Lane Café at the Poxabogue Golf Course offers locally sourced produce with a casual coffee-shop vibe.
The Crow’s Nest Inn
4 Old West Lake Drive, Montauk
Nightlife guru Sean MacPherson plans to completely revamp the old restaurant and 14-room inn for next season, but for now you can enjoy the Crow’s Nest as is before it starts the next chapter of its long life.
Read more about fabulous Hamptons hotspots. And don’t miss the Hamptons Hot List Part 2 arriving in your inbox tomorrow.