Southampton Restaurants

Establishment neighborhood
Jue Lan Club (Closed)
268 Elm St., Southampton
The Hamptons isn't exactly known for its Chinese food, which made the opening of Jue Lan Club in Southampton—the original location is in NYC’s Flatiron district—especially noteworthy. The food here is upscale-Chinese, both classic and modern, which translates to spare ribs and pork fried rice or “drunken” black bass with chiles and braised oxtail with bao buns. Jue Lan Club also brought its night scene to Southampton: It’s open until 4am on the weekends, as the club-ish attachment of the restaurant, known as The Barn (which also serves as an art space), gets going sometime after 11pm.
Beautique at the Capri Hotel (Closed)
281 County Line Rd., Southampton
It's kind of great that this Manhattan lounge-slash-restaurant unveiled a summer outpost in the beloved Capri Hotel as it didn't have an eatery of its own until now. Headed by 20-year-old local wunderkind, chef Greg Grossman, the menu boasts all sorts of decadent dishes (ex: fried oysters topped with potato chip mousse, black truffle marmalade, and caviar). Not unlike its midtown counterpart, expect a bit of a scene at this indoor/outdoor spot.