1 Ocean Rd., Bridgehampton
Located in a historic building in downtown Bridgehampton, this lively French restaurant is made fun by a mix of old-fashioned and modern touches: 100-year-old tin ceilings, gleaming white subway tile paired with red Zebra-print wallpaper, open French windows filled with flowers. Plats-du-jour include everything from fish and chips to risotto, lobster, and dry-aged ribeye. There's also an additional Meatless Monday pre-fixe menu.
Fresh Hamptons (Closed)
203 Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton
The menu here is full of vegetarian, vegan, organic, and gluten-free options (in a variety of different portion sizes). The other buzzword that rings true at this casual, woodsy spot is local, as Chef Todd Jacobs has a long-standing relationship with the nearby farms and fisheries where he sources ingredients.
Topping Rose House Restaurant
1 Bridgehampton Sag Harbor Tpk., Bridgehampton
This restaurant brought on Jean-Georges Vongerichten as a consulting chef, and while he's given the menu a bit of a culinary makeover, you can still expect to find vegetable-forward dishes sourced from the property's one-acre farm. The weekend brunch is especially great.
2468 Main St., Bridgehampton
This is the kind of classic go-to that caters to a more grown-up Hamptons crowd (lots of white pants, loafers, and pastel sweaters). That said, it's actually really fun and kind of buzzy. The mussels are always top-notch, and the bar is perpetually two to three people deep—even so, their dirty martini is totally worth it.
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