Sag Harbor Restaurants
8 W. Water St., Sag Harbor
While there's no lack of seafood joints in this neck of the woods, this dockside restaurant in Sag Harbor is the ideal place to indulge (the parchment baked halibut is unreal) while catching the sunset on the sprawling patio overlooking the bay.
Doppio East (Closed)
126 Main St., Sag Harbor
With locations in Connecticut, NYC, and Long Island, this particular branch mixes plenty of local fish into its rustic Italian menu, especially when it comes to small plates. The pizzas, for which their other branches are famous, haven’t yet made it to the menu, but the pastas and bistro-style mains make for a perfectly cozy and delicious home-style Italian dinner.
Harlow East (Closed)
1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor
This nautically themed outpost of NYC’s midtown restaurant was probably Sag Harbor’s buzziest opening last year. Luckily, the food (raw bar, local East End wines, dressed up fish dishes) is just as good this year, and it looks like they've ironed out some of the kinks with the service. The best seats are on the deck overlooking the dock.
1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor
This popular French bistro brings its classics to Sag Wharf this summer.
62 Main St., Sag Harbor
This is an elevated burger shack: Their Heritage Turkey Burger is fantastic, as are their classic burgers, shakes, s’mores, and ice cream desserts.
Lulu Kitchen & Bar
126 Main Street, Sag Harbor
The leather chairs, exposed brick, and large wood burning oven make this a cozy spot to grab lunch or dinner. The menu focuses on local ingredients woven into new and classic European dishes like wood fired pizza, grilled fish, and organic roast chicken, all showcasing Chef Philippe Corbet's love for wood-burning cuisine.
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63 Main St., Sag Harbor
Devoted to local and organic (chances are that the veggies in your order are from their on-site hydroponic garden), this Sag Harbor mainstay now has a market and café in the back, though we usually stop by to stock up for beach picnics. Opt for the grilled portobello mushrooms over quinoa and tuna tartare, which are both delicious.
29 Main St., Sag Harbor
Considering that it's backed by the family that brought us East End institution Wölffer Vineyard, this restaurant (the first of two Hamptons locations; the other is in Amagansett) is pretty much guaranteed to be a hit. The Sag Harbor location features a mix of American cuisine and Mediterranean influences, with, of course, an extensive wine list.
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