Check out 14 new dining destinations out east, courtesy of guestofaguest.com
Harpoon House, a new hotel in place of what used to be the Old Post House, will play host to Blu Mar, a coastal Mediterranean spot with a serious focus on fish.
Brooklyn Chop House Southampton
There’s only so much fish a person can eat – even out East! Brooklyn Chop House’s Southampton menu is slated to feature everything from Peking duck and dumplings to French onion soup and pastrami.
T Bar Southampton
From the Upper East Side to the East End, T Bar lounge will be serving up steaks, seafood, pizza and sushi.
Union Burger Bar
Set in old speakeasy, Union Burger Bar is the burger place the Hamptons didn’t know it needed.
The Garden at Watermill
A great new hideaway, The Garden at Watermill features a well appointed backyard setup with just about everything you could want – swings, couches, and lawn games, oh my. Basically, the perfect place for a good old fashioned lobster bake.
[Photo via @thegarden_watermill]
Ed’s Lobster Bar East
Sure Ed’s Lobster Rolls are good enough for the city, but are they good enough for out East? In the words of a magic 8 ball – as I see it yes.
[Photo via @edslobsterbar]
Bel Mare Ristorante
East Hampton was in desperate need of a good Italian, saucy spot.
Bostwick’s On The Harbor
Beloved Bostwick’s is expanding with a gorgeous waterfront location in Springs.
The bakery that launched a thousand Instagrams is opening up a bigger bake shop, and toning down its sweetness by adding on an all-day restaurant.
The Upper East Side favorite is taking up residence in the prime old Moby’s turned old EMP Summer House location.
[Photo via @bostwickschowderhouse]
Think Mexican, but make it Hamptons. Meaning spiced rotisserie fish and chicken, moles, ceviches, and most importantly, margaritas.
Morty’s Oyster Stand
RIP Cyril’s, but long live Morty’s Oyster Stand. This new spot in the same spot is sure to be a roadside attraction for all shell shuckers.
[Photo via @cochecomedor]
Sel Rrose Montauk
Named for Marcel Duchamp’s female alter ego, this downtown artsy favorite is heading out to Montauk. Expect natural wines, oysters, and a distinct avant garden feel.
The new Gurney’s on Star Island is sure to gain quite a reputation with the opening of Showfish – which features a massive lobster tank, nine-foot seafood display, and the opportunity for guests to pick their fish right on the dock.