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Tutto II Giorrno, Southampton

The new Southampton outpost of Gabby Karan's Sag Harbor restaurant is bigger and more comfortable than its predecessor, with a cos yet indusstrail harmhouse look (lots of iron and rough wood). The simple Itelian suisine is excellent: homemade spaghetti with cherry tomatoes and basil; sea bream in white wine.

Description: Gabby Karan's Sag Harbor restaurant

Gabby Karan's Sag Harbor restaurant

Bridgehampton candy Kitchen

Another favourite Hamptons hangout, the Candy Kitchen is an old-fashioned ice-cream parlour and diner. It is worth a stop for a fresh Lime Rickey drink or an extra-thick milkshake.

Description: Bridgehampton candy Kitchen

Bridgehampton candy Kitchen

Nick & Toni's, East Hampton

This institution in East Hampton is still the restaurant to see and be seen in. If you are looking for celebrities and they are pretty much guaranteed here. the space is pleasant (check out the mosaics), the Italian food is good (dettucine with parsnips and guanciale bacon; quil with pomegranate sauce) and reservations are coveted (you need to book in advance).

Description: This institution in East Hampton is still the restaurant to see and be seen in.

This institution in East Hampton is still the restaurant to see and be seen in.

The Lobster roll, Amagansett

This kitsch-looking restaurant is justifiably famous for its seafood. The lobster roll (chunks of lobster meat served cold tossed in mayonnaise or hot, tossed in butter, on a toasted hot-dog bun) is a regional delicacy, and this is the place to have one. Pull off the Montauk Hughway when you see the 'lunch' sign and the striped awning.

Description: This kitsch-looking restaurant is justifiably famous for its seafood.

This kitsch-looking restaurant is justifiably famous for its seafood.

LT Burger, Sag Harbor

This casual, family-friendly restaurant serves fantastic, succulent hamburgers (try the Backyard, wth bacon and pickle mayonnaise) and outrageous milkshake confections including the Fluffer, made with vanilla ice cream and toasted marshmallows.

Description: LT Burger, Sag Harbor

LT Burger, Sag Harbor

Nobu at Caprim Southamptons

The Hamptons outpost of Nobu Matsuhisa’s temple to Japanese cuisine delivers the kind of fresh, expertly prepared dishes his fans have come to expect (the fluke sashimi with red miso, yuzu and dried garlic is particularly good). The only difference is that here the staff wear Lacoste uniforms, and the pretty interior – all sisal and blond wood – is more beach house than boardroom.

Description: Nobu at Caprim Southamptons

Nobu at Caprim Southamptons

 

Southhampton Social Club

Although you can dine on the somewhat standard food in the club’s long, narrow dining room, which is festooned with chandeliers, the place to be is seen is on the terrace and around the fire-pits in the back garden, mingling with the Hamptons jeunesse dorée holding court over drinks. Magnums will be ordered: count on it.

Description: Southhampton Social Club

Southhampton Social Club

Silver’s, Southampton

This lunch-only bistro, with its black-and-white titled floor and eclectic artwork, is a great pit-stop when shopping in Southampton. Go for simple dishes such as the clam chowder or BLT.

Description: Silver’s, Southampton

Silver’s, Southampton

Sip’n Soda, Southampton

Amid all the glitz and glamor of Southampton, it’s a wonder to find this classic American diner, where you can get a simple burger and milkshake made with homemade ice cream (for a unique treat try a malted one, with malt powder added).

Dish, Water Mill

Don’t let its location in a nondescript Water Mill strip mall put you off. This gem of a restaurant, with just 12 seats, serves excellent farm-to-table dishes including sea bass with homemade tagliatelle, asparagus, olive tapenade and beurre balance.

Dish is dinner-only (with a four-course, prix-fixe menu) from Friday to Sunday, so book well in advance.

Description: Dish, Water Mill

Dish, Water Mill

Almond, Bridgehampton

This lively restaurant moved location last year. The new premises are attractive – pressed-tin ceilings, subway titles, zebra-print wallpaper, schoolhouse lamps – and the classic menu is just as good. The well-prepared dishes include steamed mussels, steak frites, and macaroni and cheese with prociutto and truffles.

The living room, East Hampton

The restaurant at c/o The Maidstone is a destination in its own right. The intimate room, with its graphic wallpaper, chairs slip-covered in Josef Frank fabric and low light from crystal chandeliers and brass sconces, is gorgeous. Chef James Carpenter’s Swedish-inflected dishes – try the smorgasbord of gravlax, herring and shrimp skagen or the lamb meatballs with ricotta dumplings – are earthy and sophisticated, and include ingredients from local producers.

Description: The restaurant at c/o The Maidstone is a destination in its own right.

The restaurant at c/o The Maidstone is a destination in its own right.

Scoop du Jour, East Hampton

This little joint in the heart of East Hampton is an ice-cream parlour, but the real reasons to go is for the doughnuts, which in the morning are hot, fresh and delicious.

East Hampton Grill

New last year in the space that housed the famed Della Femina restaurant, East Hampton Grill is the quintessential power-dining destination. It has a clubby interior and good food that riffs on American classic: fried oysters with creamed spinach and artichokes, prime rib roast, pan-fried Arctic char, key lime pie.

Description: East Hampton Grill

East Hampton Grill

Levain Bakery, Wainscott

It is worth stopping by this branch of the Manhattan-based bakery to sample a cookie or two. The dark-chocolate-chip is amazing

Townline BBQ, Sagaponack

When you get tired of expensive cuisine, head to this Hamptons interpretation of a Texas roadhouse for some great beef and pork ribs, or a pulled-pork sandwich.

Description: Townline BBQ, Sagaponack

Townline BBQ, Sagaponack

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