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9 Dishes You Have to Try Before the Season Ends

Hamptons-Magazineby Beth Landman

Try all nine dishes on our food-centered summer bucket list before Labor Day.

Hamptons’ culinary scene seems to get better each year. This season, chefs are presenting creative dishes made with the freshest ingredients—some even cultivating their own gardens. With only a few weekends left to enjoy it all, here are our top food picks to try before the season ends.

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Welcome to the Hamptons: A Newcomer’s Eating Guide

by Cameron Curtis

Here are some top spots that will make your first trip to the East End a memorable one.

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Al fresco dining guide

new-york-social-diaryby Erin Frankel
Whether it’s leafy gardens, breezy rooftops, festive backyards, iconic parks, or street side cafés you’re looking for … here is our summer 2014 al fresco dining guide:

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The Hamptons Summer Update

There’s always an influx of great new stores and restaurants in the Hamptons every summer—and this year is no different. We’ve tried many of these—and have heard that others are great. Below, what’s new (and a few things that are just new to us). Read more

Dan’s Taste of Summer: Taste of Two Forks

guest-of-a-guestFood Network stars are heading East for the most celebrated food event of the East End summer season. Restaurant Impossible star Robert Irvine will host the 2nd annual GrillHampton (Friday July 11th), a battle of 8 NYC chefs vs 8 Hamptons chefs in an ultimate grill off with a panel of discerning judges, including Kingside’s Marc Murphy, presiding. Read more

The Best New Restaurants

The best new Hamptons restaurants

As the summer season hots up in the Hamptons, Natalie Chassay rounds up the best new restaurants for lapping up the laid-back East Coast vibe
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11 new eateries to try this summer in the Hamptons

ny-postHeading out to the Hamptons this holiday weekend? Like the shoreline, the restaurant scene out East is everchanging. From new chefs to sushi pop-ups to chichi spins on fro-yo, here’s what to expect now that the season has shifted into high gear. Read more

Restaurant Review


Bay Kitchen Bar

Author: Richard Jay Scholem

Eating at Bay Kitchen “feels like a vacation.”
Eating at Bay Kitchen “feels like a vacation.”

Bay Kitchen Bar
38 Gann Rd, East Hampton
631- 329-3663,


A golden sun was sinking beyond the horizon, casting a shimmering reflection on the waters of Three Mile Harbor. We were seated on a second floor perch overlooking the marina. There were seagulls and gliding boats on the bay. Inside, striped navy blue and white upholstery generated a nautical spin to the room while candles in reclaimed mid-century glassware flickered. A fellow diner remarked, “Eating here feels like a vacation.” He was right. Read more

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