East Hampton Specialty
341 Pantigo Rd., East Hampton
Moby’s in-demand restaurant is still in full swing on Pantigo Road, but this little café-style outpost has us charmed. For easy weekdays when you’re feeling a breakfast pizza, crunchy salad, with a strong macchiato to finish, Moby’s Market delivers. The interior is beautifully minimal with cool Scandinavian-style furniture, subway tiles, and sage green accents. Opening in July. Images courtesy of Michelle Giang.
La Ferme Farmstand
139 Pantigo Rd., East Hampton
At its heart, this slice of Long Island is a farming community; not taking advantage of the fresher-than-fresh produce would be a mistake. New York’s produce pop-up Alimentari Flâneur has gone back to its source with La Ferme Farmstand at Bhumi Farms. The idea behind the stand is to showcase fruits and vegetables you don’t see every day, things like barhi dates still on the vine. Expect vegan snacks from Dada Daily and regular appearances from partners like Scarr’s Pizza. Images courtesy of Sise Drummond.
68 Newtown Ln., East Hampton
Carissa Waechter is a familiar face on this skinny stretch of Long Island. Her cookies, cakes, and pickled sourdough rye bread (the starter has been going since 1999) have been gracing the tables of year-round residents and New York blow-ins for years.
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.
55 Main St., East Hampton
NYC’s ever-expanding Juice Press now has three locations in the Hamptons (East Hampton, Southampton, and Bridgehampton), right in time for summertime cleansing. Along with their cold-pressed, organic juices, they also sell healthy, raw snacks like falafel, kale salad, and yogurt parfaits.
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.
East Hampton Gourmet (Closed)
66 Newtown Ln., East Hampton
East Hampton Gourmet has been around for a little over 20 years and its not difficult to understand why. In addition to their catering, which is the perfect solution if you don’t want to cook, they also offer curb-side pickup. They have delicious prepared foods (including frozen dim sum), as well as delectable, gluten-free lentil crackers, which are so good with their lentil pâté. The turkey chili, Chinese chicken salad, and crab cakes are all perfection.
100 Pantigo Pl., East Hampton
This has got to be one of the greatest bagels on Long Island. Lox, lots of cream cheese varieties... There's not much else we need to say.
105-107 Newtown Ln., East Hampton
Perfect sandwiches, soups, cookies and snacks. Open 7 days a week at long last. Try the turkey meatloaf sandwich. There is also a location in Amagansett.
Round Swamp Farm Market
184 Three Mile Harbor Rd., East Hampton
This family-run market, located on an East Hampton farm that's been in the family for nine generations, sells their own produce along with fresh fish, and their own baked goods and deli items. Their Bridgehampton outpost offers the same fare as the original, including the pies, which are amazing.