A Sneak Peek Of What's New In The Hamptons...

by Guest of A Guest · May 11, 2022

    And just like that... Memorial Day Weekend is around the corner.

    Driving out East at the beginning of every summer season is always a reliable game of spot the difference. Somehow everything looks exactly the same as you left it last year, but wait - is it? 

    While there's still lots more newness to be announced (from designer pop-ups to stylish soirées), scroll below for a sneak peek of new spots sure to catch your eye.

    EAST HAMPTON
    - Sunset Harbor: EHP Resort & Marina will be serving up fresh local fare at their new waterfront restaurant, Sunset Harbor.

    - Tutto Cafe: Finally, East Hampton gets to join in the Tutto Il Giorno fun with the restaurant's new cafe concept which will feature wine, coffee, pastries and more.

    East Hampton Gardens: Ina Garten and Martha Stewart's favorite shopping destination East Hampton Gardens has changed ownership and received a beyond chic upgrade.

    - Onna House: Be sure to stop by Lisa Perry's chic new collective, housed in an even chicer newly restored modernist home, which highlights the work of women designers and artists.

    MONTAUK
    - Mavericks: A surf and turf feast overlooking Fort Pond? Count us in.

    - Roberta's: Montauk is seriously stepping up its pizza game with the arrival of Brooklyn-based hot spot Roberta's and their beloved Neapolitan pies.

    SAG HARBOR
    - Andie: Looking to hit the beach in style? Cult favorite swimwear brand Andie has set up shop in Sag Harbor!

    SOUTHAMPTON
    - Lobster Roll: Long gone are the days of schlepping it all the way out to Amagansett for a hot lobster roll - East End icon Lobster Roll has expanded with a new location further West.

    - Enchanté: Southampton's storied Red Bar is out, modern French bistro Enchanté is in.

    BRIDGEHAMPTON
    - Dopo Il Ponto: If it ain't broke don't fix it - Dopo La Spiaggia to open their fourth upscale Italian spot in the Hamptons.

    SHELTER ISLAND
    - Léon: Prepare to hop the ferry this July to try out rustic French-Italian dishes at East Hampton native Valerie Mnuchin's first foray into the restaurant world, Léon.

    [Photo via @sisirestaurant]