Sag Harbor Kitchen
26 Bay St., Sag Harbor
From five-time Michelin Bib Gourmand winner Melissa O’Donnell, Sag Harbor Kitchen is opening on Bay Street in June. Expect lots of seafood—best enjoyed on the patio with a cocktail and a sunset view—and vegetarian-friendly dishes, too.
Vin sur Vingt
29 Main St., Sag Harbor
Wine bar Vin sur Vingt has an extensive list of French wines, great tapas, and now a Sag Harbor outpost. (In addition to their buzzy locations in the city.)
Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee
51 Division St., Sag Harbor
Here, you'll find the best coffees in Sag Harbor, along with a pretty excellent breakfast sandwich. Come early before the lines. There’s a Jack’s in Amagansett and several outposts of in the city, too.
What the Falafel
51 Division St, Sag Harbor
This all-vegetarian (and mostly vegan) spot serves really good falafel pitas and bowls, with plenty of tahini, hummus, and baba ghanouj for dipping.
The 1818 Collective
43 Madison St., Sag Harbor
Designers, curators, and shopkeepers Kristin Fine and Analisse Taft-Gersten make hunting for vintage furniture an adventure. Treasures from decades past are brilliantly displayed with modern pieces, art, lighting, textiles, and sweet little somethings that take all the stress out of hostess gifting.
11 Madison St., Sag Harbor
Between the Wölffer Estate Vineyard, stables, and restaurant, the Wölffer family have quite the footprint in the Hamptons. Joey Wölffer’s namesake boutique is a local staple for beachy dresses, chunky jewelry, and the softest suede totes and bucket bags. This store is the perfect dip-in-and-dip-out spot for last-minute gifts, easy outfits, and especially gorgeous vintage jewelry.
goop Sag Harbor
4 Bay St., Sag Harbor
The coastal-cottage-themed space feels like walking into a chic friend’s beautifully appointed home. Neutral tones and earthy materials and textures anchor the space while brass bar carts (kitted out with gorgeous crystal barware) bring the luxe vibes.
Dopo la Spiaggia
6 Bay St., Sag Harbor
In a shingled cottage on a leafy street in Sag Harbor directly facing the water, this little gem is one of our go-to Italian restaurants in the Hamptons. Sure, the setting is almost perfect (we love the tucked-away patio for alfresco dinner on warm evenings, and walks along the marina afterwards), but it’s really the food that keeps us coming back over and over again. The pasta dishes are almost without equal on the East End. The tagliolini (squid ink pasta with bay scallops, shrimp, calamari, chili, and tomatoes) is also one of our favorites. It also happens to be our neighbor—the goop pop-up is right next door, for some pre- or post-lunch browsing.
goop Sag Harbor
4 Bay St., Sag Harbor
COVID-19 update: Open from February 3rd. We’re back in town—Sag Harbor, to be exact. It’s our second Hamptons pop-up, and we’ve made over a traditional cottage with the help of designers Kate McCollough and Max Zinser. The result is goop’s version of the world’s chicest general store—a bright and beautiful place where you can find Prada bags, summer shoes (specifically selected by our team for the Hamptons), a freestanding Kohler bathtub full of G.Soak bath remedies, a goop-exclusive Cynthia Rowley collection of swimwear, and anything else you could possibly need for a perfect Hamptons summer. There’s more than just fashion and beauty, too: The store's garden will be stocked with freshly baked baguettes from Eli Zabar, plus potted herbs and ripe tomatoes, in case a sudden urge to have a picnic at the beach should strike.
1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor
This popular French bistro brings its classics to Sag Wharf this summer.