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Lunch recs in the Hamptons

LloydG Jul 16, 2008 08:20 AM

Our family will be spending next week in Sag Harbor, and we'd like to explore a few of the other Hamptons towns during the day, with a Chow-worthy lunch to break up the day. Nicer places are okay, but so are local favorites and holes-in-the-wall (do those even exist in the Hamptons?). We'll be with two 9-year olds, but I imagine at lunch that shouldn't be much of a problem. Does anyone have recommendations for lunch spots in Bridgehampton, Southampton, Easthampton and Montauk. If there are other good towns to wander around, plesae let me know.

Thanks in advance.


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    LloydG Jul 28, 2008 10:35 AM

    We managed to hit World Pie, which was terrific, and had two great dinners at Turtle Crossing (where we've been before). I wish there was something like World Pie in Great Neck, but alas, it is not so. We also had our traditional breakfast at Bird on a Roof in Montauk, and a passable lunch at the MTK Cafe. We never made it to Southampton.

    On the list for next time is Estacia's Little Kitchen, which I biked past, and a Mexican take-out place that looked like a deli in Sag Harbor.

    Thanks for all the recs.


    1. southlake Jul 26, 2008 05:42 AM

      Lloyd-- you gotta hit up World Pie in Bridgehampton........it's good for the adults and the kids.......

      1. coll Jul 26, 2008 02:32 AM

        Agave in Sag Harbor (also just opened one in Hampton Bays) is great for a quick Mexican lunch. Although you may have come and gone already?

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          chaz Jul 25, 2008 07:22 PM

          75 Main-S/hampton

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            mangiamama Jul 17, 2008 06:54 AM

            Silver's in Southampton (not cheap), but they serve lunch 7 days.
            Bridgehampton - Bobby Van's or World Pie
            East Hampton - Nichol's (on 27 not in the Village)
            Sag Harbor - Estia's Little Kitchen

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            1. re: mangiamama
              neverlate Jul 25, 2008 07:11 PM

              I like Nichols or Rowdy Hall for lunch.

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