For those of you still whining about the closure of Indian Wells Tavern, stop it. It’s embarrassing. Head into its replacement, Main Street Tavern, and have Cory make you a big boy/girl drink to cry into. You’ll thank us later.
There’s a ton of places to dine by the sunset out east, but Beacon in Sag Harbor is one of the best among them. A sister restaurant to Bell & Anchor and Fresno, Beacon takes the idea of “Refined New American” further up a notch, with plating and execution to rival restos in NYC and beyond.
Argento will never replace Silver’s, the legendary Southampton eatery which occupied the same space for almost a century. It isn’t trying to, and frankly, it shouldn’t. Instead, the expert culinary and hospitality team behind Hamptons fave Dopo La Spiaggia is coming to you with a new concept set to broaden carnivore horizons in Southampton.
Sel Rrose brings the excellence of the NYC mixology scene to Montauk in a venue that’s quintessentially east end. Helmed by veteran NYC bar owner Kristin Vincent (of Sel Rrose (the NYC version), Fig. 19 and Home Sweet Home fame), the Hamptons iteration of her house of mixology is poised to serve up the same level of cocktail in a far more relaxed setting.
With one of the most irreverent sense of humor we’ve ever seen from a restaurant, K PASA is a taqueria in Sag Harbor that’s in it to win it. Recently launched by the team behind Sen (another Sag Harbor favorite), this new Mexican spot brings the spice both on the plate and in everything else they do.
We remember Moby’s, in all its iterations, and we just love the fact that they’re returning to the old spot on Pantigo Rd. We could sit back here and tell you stories of the old days, when we were young and reckless, drinking the night away at the old spot. But then things changed. We grew up. New spots opened up. Montauk boomed. Moby’s moved away, doing a brief stint in Northwest Harbor.
Nothing feels more like summer than BBQ. If you want to skip the grilling and cleaning that goes with doing it yourself, TownLine BBQ has you covered. You can expect a menu of meats that are smoked and dry-rubbed on site, southern inspired sides (cue the cornbread), and a large selection of housemade sauces.