Places to Stay in the Hamptons
Well-known hotelier Sean MacPherson runs a sophisticated restaurant and inn called Crow’s Nest. Part of the property includes the David Pharaoh Cottages that offer a peaceful vibe, the perfect amount of quiet, and incredible views of Lake Montauk. As far as dining goes, there is a revised new concept that involves table service and a communal table on the lawn that also functions as a private event space.
A bed and breakfast that is inspired by the 17th-century is also an option when vacationing in the Hamptons. The hotel is called East Hampton’s Baker House 1650. The complex features a guests-only pool, multiple outdoor terraces, and a lounge area that has a fireplace. Aside from that, there’s also a state-of-the-art spa with a swimming pool, soaking Jacuzzi tub, eucalyptus steam shower, and a dry sauna.
Eating and Drinking in the Hamptons
If you’re looking for a young and modern spot to enjoy some crafty spirits, the Sagaponack Farm Distillery is the place to go. There is a tasting room that serves specialty cocktails and sandwiches.
At Springs’ Bostwick’s on the Harbor, you’ll be able to drink cocktails and enjoy a view of the sunset. This bar opened up for the first time in the 1920s, and it serves cold beers and more on a cliff that is right on top of Fort Pond Bay.
Sen is a sushi spot in Sag Harbor in the Hamptons, and it’s known for having some of the best ramen. Another place for affordable and reliable cuisine is just a few miles away at The Bell & Anchor. They serve a three-course prix fixe menu that starts at a pretty affordable price on the weekdays.