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The Hamptons Specialty

Establishment neighborhood
Silly Lily Fishing Station and Marina
99 Adelaide Ave, East Moriches
It’s a slight jaunt outside the Hamptons (about 20 miles), but this adorable, quaint fishing station and marina is worth a visit, particularly given it’s considered one of the last of its kind on the east coast. An adventurous couple bought the establishment–which has been serving the area since the 1930’s–last year and seriously upped the ante by bringing in a food truck and weekend farmer’s market and happy hour–all in addition to the fishing services and dory, boat, kayak, and paddle boards rentals.
Dylan’s Candy Bar
52 Main St., East Hampton
The East Hampton outpost of Dylan Lauren's bright, graphic candy shop is a go-to for housewarming gifts, especially when you're hoping to get on the good side of your younger hosts. The Hamptons shop also has a summery assortment of pool and beach accessories, like candy-shaped pool floats, striped beach towels, frisbees, and adorable goggles decorated with plastic sprinkles. This summer, they're also selling DO, the customizable, safe-to-eat cookie dough you have to wait hours for in the city.
Red Hook Lobster Pound
34 South Etna Ave., Montauk
Lemondade and lobster rolls make for a pretty irresistible pairing so it's no surprise that Montauk local favorite Sweettauk recruited the folks at Red Hook Lobster Pound to join them out East. This tiny spot, marked by the light blue picnic tables out front specializes in lobster and shrimp rolls, but there's also a solid Caprese salad and clam chowder if you're feeling decadent. Also: hot dogs. There's plenty of Sweettauk lemonade—meyer lemon, blackberry dragonfruit, mango and strawberry mint— on tap, too.
Tracy Anderson at The Golden Pear Café
2426 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton
Anything Tracy Anderson does, we jump on the bandwagon. Our go-to trainer has drastically improved our lives and our health–so naturally we're excited about her latest collaboration with Golden Pear Cafe. This summer, Tracy has curated a menu of smoothies available at all four cafe locations, including Southampton, East Hampton, Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton. Organic, gluten and fructose-free, each blend is mixed with her patented protein powder, ideal for pre/post workout nutrition and detoxing.
Tracy Anderson at The Golden Pear Café
111 Main St., Sag Harbor
Anything Tracy Anderson does, we jump on the bandwagon. Our go-to trainer has drastically improved our lives and our health–so naturally we're excited about her latest collaboration with Golden Pear Cafe. This summer, Tracy has curated a menu of smoothies available at all four cafe locations, including Southampton, East Hampton, Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton. Organic, gluten and fructose-free, each blend is mixed with her patented protein powder, ideal for pre/post workout nutrition and detoxing.
Tracy Anderson at The Golden Pear Café
34 Newtown Ln., East Hampton
Anything Tracy Anderson does, we jump on the bandwagon. Our go-to trainer has drastically improved our lives and our health–so naturally we're excited about her latest collaboration with Golden Pear Cafe. This summer, Tracy has curated a menu of smoothies available at all four cafe locations, including Southampton, East Hampton, Sag Harbor and Bridgehampton. Organic, gluten and fructose-free, each blend is mixed with her patented protein powder, ideal for pre/post workout nutrition and detoxing.
Tracy Anderson at The Golden Pear Café
99 Main St., Southampton
Anything Tracy Anderson does, we jump on the bandwagon. Our go-to trainer has drastically improved our lives and our health–so naturally we're excited about her latest collaboration with Golden Pear Cafe. This summer, she's curated a menu of smoothies available at all four cafe locations, including Southampton, East Hampton, Sag Harbor, and Bridgehampton. Organic, gluten and fructose-free, each blend is mixed with her patented protein powder, ideal for pre/post workout nutrition and detoxing.
Tate’s Bake Shop
43 N. Sea Rd., Southhampton
The story behind Tate's has become the stuff of legend: Kathleen King started baking cookies to sell at her family's farm stand when she was just eleven-years-old, opened her first bake shop at twenty, then rebranded to Tate's (her father's nickname) at forty; today, you'll find her baked goods in stores throughout the country. But the only Tate's Bake Shop is in King's hometown of Southhampton, and it is the real deal. Cookies are the obligatory purchase, but Tate's also does brownies, blondies, even gluten-free goodies. You can order cakes, too.
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