Grab a burger at Laurent Tourandel’s LT Burger–famous for its shakes, fried pickles, and all-around great food. Sen is the go-to spot for sushi, and for organic, natural, and vegan fare. For breakfast and lunch, Provisions café is a great spot.
To experience a Sag Harbor tradition, go to Conca D’Oro for pizza. It’s a local’s favorite; and don’t forget, New Yorkers know pizza.
The Back Page Patio Café sits right behind its sister restaurant Page. This is such a great discovery for anyone who gets those late-night cravings.
As for a kid-friendly a place, BuddhaBerry frozen yogurt café is a fun, lively place, where the kids can serve their frozen yogurt themselves.
For coffee lovers, Sylvester and Co. is famous for its “dreamy” coffee blend. Not to mention, perusing the shop is a delight in and of itself. Also, SagTown has coffee as an assortment of scrumptious goodies to start your day.
Sag Harbor is mostly a casual place, but if you want fine dining, there is no better place than the American Hotel. It is the unofficial “hub” of the Hamptons, offering great food and service, an unparalleled wine list, and really fun people watching. If you’re in the mood for Italian food, Tutto Il Giorno is the place. It’s located off the main drag, but the crowds waiting for a table will tip you off to the great food and service inside.
You’ll want to have drinks at The Beacon, overlooking the Sag Harbor bridge and bay. Go for the amazing views, especially at sunset. The sunsets are amazing, and if you hang around for dinner, you won’t be disappointed. Some say it’s the best food in the Hamptons. The American Hotel has a wonderful bar scene, with great people watching and bartenders that are consistently voted the best in the Hamptons.