It's almost Memorial Day, and we all know what that means: time to try the summer's newest crop of eateries. This year, classic American fare seems to be what'll be on your menus. Keep in mind that many of these restaurants are not open yet; some are scheduled for June. Some of these are under new management (Highway Restaurant) and some are the same management/ownership but have moved (O'Murphy's).Read More
Your Guide to New Hamptons Restaurants for 2015
NYC celebrity playpen Beautique is opening at the Capri this summer. Expect modern American food with Chef Alain Allegretti as culinary director and Greg Grossman as chef.
Circo's of Southampton
The Maccioni family brings a fishier version of upscale, circus-themed New York Italian restaurant, Circo, to the East End. Mario Maccioni will be at the helm.
The Restaurant at Baron’s Cove
Enjoy classic American food—surf and turf, burgers, lobster rolls—served up by Chef Matty Boudreau along with a gorgeous view of the harbor.
Wölffer Kitchen will be opening in the old Cuddy space. That's about all we know right now--employment ads for servers have recently been spotted online.
The Chequit hotel, under new management, will debut its new restaurant Red Maple, headed up by Chef Richard Pims, soon.
The same great Sicilian dishes the restaurant was known for in Bridgehampton will be served in the former Georgica space.
Renovated and under new management, the Highway Restaurant is serving up serving classic American food like its beloved chicken pot pie.
Winston's Bar and Grill
Chef Winston Lyons bravely takes on the challenge of a year round restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the Nichol's space. Initial reports are good.
Chef Philippe Chow is back at his old stomping ground on Three Mile Harbor Road (which has been Sienna the past couple of years). He'll be serving up his classic Chinese dishes like salt & pepper lobster; chicken, shrimp and steak satay; filet mignon with oyster sauce, pink prawns, and the famous Peking Duck.
Momi Ramen, known in Miami for its "perfect bowl of ramen," is bringing it to the Hamptons, in the former Turtle Crossing space. All noodles will be freshly made in house.
After confusing us for weeks, a banner outside the restaurant says it's going to be a BBQ joint with a smoker opening Memorial Day weekend.
Scarpetta Beach is the oceanfront version of the original Meatpacking District restaurant at Gurney's Resort, featuring Italian classics as well as the best of Long Island’s seafood and produce.
Muse at the End
Chef Matthew Guiffrida of Muse in the Harbor brings his signature dishes like Not-Yo-Mama’s Meatballs to Montauk, along with some specialty menu items.
In the former O'Murphy's space, a new burger/beer joint with Danny Ye, of Nobu and Fat Duck, as the consulting chef.
The beloved Montauk institution has moved from its old location on the circle to a bigger space by the marina. Expect the same tasty burgers and sandwiches.