The Best Food Establishments in the Hamptons

The Hamptons are great for many things — shopping, beaches, and most importantly, food. We’re going to break down the best Hamptons food establishments that you just have to try!

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75 Main

First up, is a Hampton’s staple. Located in Southampton, 75 Main is located in the heart of town.

With such a great menu selection, you will definitely find something you like. You can sit outside in the front watch the people of Main Street, sit inside or sit out on the pack patio. All three options offer the same exceptional service and amazing food.

At 75 Main, you can get breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner. Our all time favorite is the Fusiloni alla Vodka Telefono. This is by far one the absolute best thing on the menu, and is seriously worth the calories. If you are a pasta lover, get this dish!

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The Surf Lodge

If you’re down to party, The Surf Lodge is definitely the place. They have amazing live music at night, and the drinks are to die for. If you don’t like the party atmosphere, The Surf Lodge also has great brunch and lunch as well! This location gives you a great view of the water, and what’s better than lunch with a view?

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Nick and Toni’s 

Next is another Hampton’s classic. Nick and Toni’s is located in East Hampton, and has an Italian/Mediterranean style menu that you’ve got to try! After a long day at the beach or out shopping, this is a perfect place for the whole family to gather together.

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Duryea’s Lobster Deck

Located in Montauk, Duryea’s is right on a dock that goes out to the water. Aside from the breath taking view, Duryea’s has amazing food, especially their seafood. If you love oysters, definitely get them from here. The food is fresh, cooked to perfection, and the restaurant’s vibes are immaculate.

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Hampton Coffee Company

Hampton Coffee Company has delicious coffee, smoothies, pastries, and more! There are so many different locations, so you will definitely run into one on your Hamptons vacay. Their locations include Watermill, Westhampton, Southampton, Montauk, and Aquebogue. 

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The Golden Pear

Of course, we had to close out the list with another classic. The Golden Pear is a major Hamptons hangout.

Even Alec Baldwin says, “Nothing says the Hamptons like the Golden Pear.”

They have locations in Southampton, Bridgehampton and East Hampton, and are known as the Hampton’s go-to cafe for good reason. With a very big menu, The Golden Pear serves coffee and pastries, as well as panini’s, wraps, soups, and salads. The Golden Pear is the place to go if you want a quick and easy lunch!

What’s your favorite Hamptons’ food establishment? Drop a comment below and let us know!

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