2012 Annual Chefs and Champagne in the Hamptons..Greetings Hamptons Mouthpiece readers...I am excited to bring you this information that you may or may not be aware of the “James Beard Foundation Annual Chefs & Champagne”  at the Wölffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack, N.Y.  This annual culinary fundraiser in the Hamptons features flowing Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte and delicious tastings from a select group of more than 30 fine chefs, several from JBF Award-winning restaurants. On Saturday, July 21, the James Beard Foundation (JBF) will honor multiple award-winning TV personality and cookbook author Ted Allen and the judges of Food Network’s Chopped who include Maneet Chauhan, Scott Conant, Amanda Freitag, Alex Guarnaschelli, Marc Murphy, Marcus Samuelsson, Aarón Sanchez, Chris Santos, and Geoffrey Zakaria.chef1
Chefs & Champagne® New York is considered the East End’s premiere culinary event. Funds raised at the event will help to support the James Beard Foundation’s mission and programs. A silent auction consisting of fine dining experiences, wines and spirits, cookware and culinary travel packages will also raise funds for the culinary arts organization. The 2012 recipient of the Christian Wölffer Scholarship for wine and food studies will also be announced.
Saturday, July 21, 2012**6:00 pm to 8:30 pm (followed by VIP Afterparty)
VIP Experience  5:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Wölffer Estate Vineyard*139 Sagg Road* Sagaponack, NY 11962
Call for Reservations…General Admission ranges from $200-$275 & VIP $375
General admission includes: all tastings, silent auction bidding opportunities, and gift bag.
The VIP experience includes exclusive reception with early access to all tastings; advanced silent auction preview; reserved table seating; access to VIP after-party (8:30 pm to 10:00 pm); and a gift bag.
*For reservations and more information, please contact the James Beard Foundation at (212) 627-2308. Visa Signature® is the preferred card of the James Beard Foundation.
These are the participating Chef’s that will be at the event…I am excited that the chef from Red Rooster in Harlem will be here in the Hamptons…I LOVE this restaurant…
Chefs:  Christopher Agnew, Caviar Russe, NYC; Pastry Chef Dominique Ansel, Dominique Ansel Bakery, NYC; Pastry Chef Marc Aumont, The Modern, NYC; Timon Balloo, Sugarcane, Miami, FL; Jonathan Benno,  Lincoln Ristorante, NYC; David Bouley**, Bouley Restaurant, NYC;  Pastry Chef Heather Carlucci, Print, NYC; Pastry Chef David Carmichael, Gilt, NYC; Cesare Casella, Salumeria Rosi Parmacotto, NYC; Jeremy Culver, Fulton, NY;  Todd English**, The Todd English Food Hall, NYC; Todd Gray, Equinox Restaurant, Washington, D.C.; Robert Gurvich, Alison Eighteen, NYC; Chris Hastings**, Hot and Hot Fish Club, Birmingham, AL; Gerry Hayden and Pastry Chef Claudia Fleming**, The North Fork Table & Inn, Southold, NY; Luke Holden, Luke’s Lobster, NYC; Marcus Jernmark, Aquavit, NYC; Laurent Kalkotour, DB Bistro Moderne, NYC; Larry Kolar, Solé East, Montauk, NY; Christopher Lee**, Huntington Social, Huntington, NY;  Aliya LeeKong, Junoon, NYC; Andrew Matthews, BLT Prime, NYC; Jeremy McMillan,  Bedford Post Inn, Bedford, NY; Jehangir Mehta, Mehtaphor, NYC; Gretchen Menser, Fresno, East Hampton, NY; Seamus Mullen, Tertulia, NYC; Mads Refslund, Acme, NYC; Marcus Samuelsson**, Red Rooster Harlem, NYC;  Richard Sandoval, Raymi, NYC; Chris Santos, Beauty & Essex, NYC; Tim Sullivan, Great Performances, NYC; Pastry Chef Meredith Tomason, Craft, NYC; Steve Topple, Ludwig’s at the Sonnenalp Resort of Vail, Vail, CO; Michael  Weisshaupt, Restaurant Latour at Crystal Springs Resort, Hamburg, NJ;  Simpson Wong,  Wong, NYC
About the James Beard Foundation
Founded in 1986, the James Beard Foundation is dedicated to celebrating, nurturing, and preserving America’s diverse culinary heritage and future. A cookbook author and teacher with an encyclopedic knowledge about food, James Beard, who died in 1985, was a champion of American cuisine. He helped educate and mentor generations of professional chefs and food enthusiasts. Today, the Beard Foundation continues in the same spirit by administering a number of diverse programs that include educational initiatives, food industry awards, scholarships to culinary schools, and publications, and by maintaining the historic James Beard House in New York City’s Greenwich Village as a “performance space” for visiting chefs. For more information, please visit Find insights on food at the James Beard Foundation’s blog Delights & Prejudices.
Is your mouth watering yet Hamptons Mouthpiece readers…I know my mouth is watering and my stomach is grumbling, just the thought of all these fantastic chefs in one place ….WOW and for such a great cause.

UPDATE 2015: Nichols Restaurant is closed..Updates coming soon!

UPDATE 2014….3 Burger places have been removed from this list for several reasons: this list was originally published in 2012, Barristers my favorite Burger place in the Hamptons closed in 2013, Madison & Main (Sag Harbor) closed their doors 12/2013. I will be on the search for 3 more places in the Hamptons that make the BEST burgers….
Best Burgers in the Hamptons….Who doesn’t love a list…when you are searching for things on the Internet, you might type in search BEST THIS or BEST THAT…..So with that in mind this year every week I will be posting about the Best Restaurants, Best burgers, Best Lobster Rolls, Best Drinks, Best beaches, Best shopping, best movies…BEST, BEST, BEST in the Hamptons…

Top 10 Restaurants in the Hamptons who make the Best Burgers in the particular order
  1. Southampton Publick House: Southampton
  2.  Rowdy Hall: East Hampton
  3. East Hampton Grill: East Hampton
  4. 1770 House: East Hampton
  5. Corner Bar: Sag Harbor
  6. Big Bity Burger: WestHampton Beach


My personal favorite was Barristers in Southampton…I loved the burgers here, and when you order make sure you get the sautéed onions and cheddar cheese….mmmmmmm DELICIOUS! Who will take their place as my all time favorite NUMBER#1 Burger Place in the Hamptons. 
As always, Hamptons Mouthpiece keeping you in the know with the Hamptons Best!!!
Photo courtesy of Kurt Leggard

Greetings Hamptons MouthPiece Readers…..Saturday, April 14th a beautiful day in the Hamptons, the temperature read 63 degrees, a perfect day for a drive to Montauk. Kurt, Allura and I drove to Montauk and once we got there we decided to have dinner at  the FishBar because it was given excellent reviews on Yelp; however when we called a recording answered and said they were only open for Dinner. Since we were given no information on what time dinner started, we went with our back-up plan and decided to go to Inlet Seafood instead.
My daughter Allura and I are Foodies and probably the biggest food critics; we love good food and even more we love good service. Friends, the Inlet Seafood was the best find, and I highly recommend this restaurant.  We thoroughly enjoyed it. The restaurant has the best oceanview from almost every seat in the place. You can even take a walk on the beach while waiting for your table, you can wait in the downstairs area or on the deck over-looking the ocean.

We got there somewhat early for dinner, lunch had just ended and dinner did not start until 4pm. We waited at the Bar and Kurt had a drink and I had a Cosmopolitan. It was delicious and I say that honestly. Not everyone makes a good Cosmo but our bartender did and I was pleased, so much so I had 2…good thing I was not driving. 

We were seated for dinner and we could not wait to order because the food smelled so good. Our waitress brought out fresh homemade bread and even though I am not eating bread these days, I could not resist, it was just so good. I ordered the Mussels, Allura ordered the Rhode Island Clam Chowder and Kurt ordered Fried Calamari. Wow…..the mussels were so delicious and the broth was heavenly, I found myself dipping my garlic toast in the broth and savoring every single bite. Allura was kind of skeptical about her soup since she really loves the New England clam chowder, but I do think this Rhode Island Chowder made the top of the list, it was divine. The calamari was very light and not chewy, almost melted in your mouth. We were now salivating at the excitement of our entree, because truth be told, if a restaurant passes the appetizer test then the Entree will be great. I am pleased to say they did not disappoint…Allura and I ordered the Pan Seared Scallops over Risotto with Mushroom and Kurt ordered the Lobster. The scallops were savory and the Risotto was cooked to perfection and it was hot, which was a plus. Kurt took his time savoring every bite of his Lobster and sharing with his darling daughter who gave the puppy dog eyes when she wanted some. 

We were so full I just wanted to lie down and go to sleep. I could not even consider making any room for dessert but Allura does not consider her restaurant experience completed unless she has dessert. I was slighly disappointed that there were not many choices for dessert but the one Allura chose was not bad at all…rather over the top, she was impressed…Warm Brownie with chocolate ice cream, whipped cream topped with sprinkles…

What a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon, the Restaurant is moderately expensive our total bill that included drinks was a little  less than $200, it was worth every penny and it is on our list of favorites… This restaurant was started by 6 local Fisherman who supply most of New York and the Hamptons with the catch of the day. They opened up this wonderful dining experience  and the rest is history. You may want to make a reservation before you come. I was so tired from my 2 drinks and feeling so full when I got home I took a 3 hour nap.

Well Hamptons MouthPiece readers…next time you are in Montauk, consider Inlet Seafood. It is a family friendly restaurant and the service is wonderful and the food is YUMMY…For more information about the Inlet Seafood click here….As always Hamptons MouthPiece, keeping you in the Know!!!! 

Wine:Look at the Legs

Greetings Hamptons MouthPiece Readers….Yesterday, March 10th I had the pleasure to do something that I have never done before and WHOW was it a wonderful experience. My friend Sharon and I took the Ferry from Shelter Island yesterday over to the North Fork and visited Water’s Crest in Cutchogue, NY. When we arrived we were greeted and asked if we would like to have a wine tasting while we waited for everyone to arrive for our Wine Blending event. The answer to that was an absolute YES….since I was the designated driver for the day, my tastings were limited but Sharon was free to enjoy herself. We started with the 2009 Reserve Chardonnay, I am not a fan of Chardonnay but I did like this wine, it was light and fruity and one that I would enjoy drinking. Our 2nd tasting was the New Release “2010 Campania Bianco another Chardonnay, Sharon loved this one, I however preferred the 1st one, it felt a little heavy for me and I like wines that are very light. Our last tasting with the White Wines was the 2010 Dry Riesling…this was my favorite of the 3 and I loved it. It was perfect for me and I am told that it is a perfect pairing with spicy food…

It was then time for the event and so we were walked to the back where we each were seated next to our partners and we worked in groups. We were given 3 reds that we would be blending.

  • 2008 Merlot
  • 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon Grand Vin(cs)
  • 2007 Cabernet Franc Grand Vin(cf)
James Waters the owner and the Wine Maker was the host for the day and we were given a lesson on blending and an overall history of Water’s Crest. Although Water’s crest makes several delicious wines on the East End in Long Island you might be surprised to learn that they do not have a vineyard, they purchase their grapes from another Vineyard who grows grapes in LI and they then make the wine on the premises. We were taught about our Palet’s…how to taste the wine, what we should be tasting, why wine-makers blend wines. Wine makers blend wines for several reasons, from enhancing the aroma -to adjusting the sweetness of the wine.
It was time for us to start blending our wine and that was both educational and a lot of fun. I was not sure how I was going to do on my first try because I do not really care for Merlot. Merlot being the prominent wine I had to come up with a formula that would give me the smooth mellow taste that I enjoy… WHAM I did it…I blended a wine that was so delicious for my taste and Jim(the owner) tasted it and liked it as well. Here was my formula:
(now you didn’t think I was going to give you the percentages)
Look at the Legsnot referring to Larry Rivers sculpture that graces the outside Residence of a home in Sag Harbor.….
Fun Fact: When you swirl a glass of wine and look at how it runs down the glass, you’re looking at the legs. Look at the ring of wine near the top of the glass and how the droplets form and run back down into the wine. These are the legs. I am told they usually occur in high alcohol wines and you’ll see the link between alcohol and wine legs shortly.
Sharon after several tastings finally got her blend where she wanted it to be…you will see in the video I posted her various attempts and her perfect saying for the day..“I don’t believe in wasting”
We were all given our very own personal blend to take home with us and before we left Jim let us each sample a Special blend that will not be ready until 2014..It is still sitting in the barrel until Mid-summer and afterwards will sit in the warehouse until 2014…It was delicious…I am told it will retail for $50 a bottle.
We ended our day at Water’s Crest and the cost for such a wonderful afternoon was only $30. What a find and a definite cool thing to do on a Saturday afternoon in March. Sharon and I left and stopped over at Sparkling Pointe that was literally 2 minutes away. This place is absolutely beautiful and for you Sparkling Wine fans they only have sparkling wine…They are also the recipient of the Jazz on the Vine, LI Winterfest Closing event on March 18th at 330pm…well worth a visit.
There is another opportunity to take this class but hurry class is filling up quickly…
Saturday, March 17th**2-4pm, $30pp**create your own Wine Blend on Saturday, March 10th or March 17th from 2-4pm, for a truly unique experience.  You will have a one of a kind opportunity to create your very own 375ml bottle.  The cost is $30 per person which includes an artisanal cheese plate to pair with the currently released Waters Crest Red Wine flight.
Space is limited to the first 30 people to respond per event date. RSVP required to Waters Crest. 631-734-5065

There is one weeked left for the LI Wine Fest, might be worth a drive From NYC, The Hamptons or Western LI and even NJ…..For more information about Water’s Crest…click here and for more information and the schedule for the Jazz on the Vine that was my experience and as always, Hamptons MouthPiece keeping you in the know!

Dining out in the Hamptons can be Affordable…..Greetings Hamptons Mouthpiece readers, when many people think of the Hamptons, they think it is only a summer resort area where the rich and famous hangout for the summer..They come to go to the beach, dine out at the hundreds of restaurants, party and attend over-priced events… I had several people ask me this summer “people actually live here year-round”, I looked at them puzzled..why would you think people don’t live here year-round. Even before I moved to Sag Harbor, I have always loved the Hamptons in the Fall, for many reasons.

  1. No traffic,
  2. Prix Fixe menus at Restaurants
  3. The beaches are beautiful and quiet in September
  4. Shopping, many sales on items that I could not afford full price.
  5. Everyone is kind, warm and very friendly
  6. Bikers respect the road

I decided to bring you information in one place that you may not be aware of…this article will focus on Restaurant specials during the off-season…Special Thanks to Word Hampton

Fresno**8 Fresno Place, 631 324-8700

Prix Fixe:Appetizer & Entree $28**Appetizer, entree & dessert $30 Sunday- Thursday all night
Friday & Saturday until 6:32 and Every night at the bar.


Grill on Pantigo,

203 Pantigo Road, 631 329-2600

$24 Food & Wine**Appetizer, entree & a glass of wine*5:30-6:30 Monday-Thursday


Michaels’ at Maidstone**28 Maidstone Park Rd, 631 324-0725

ThreeCourse Prix Fixe $30

Available Sunday through Thursday, all evening. Friday 5 p.m.- 6:30 p.m.

Early Bird Special $21.95**Call for specials. Varies daily.

Available everyday from 5 p.m.- 6:30 p.m.


Nick & Toni’s**136 N Main St, 631 324-3550


Nick & Toni’s offers specialty woodburning oven pizzas, film & food package, and a three-course prix fixe for the fall season. The famous woodburning oven pizzas are returning for the fall season. The pizza menu is available all night Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday. A sample menu is as follows:

Pizza Menu $16

Film and Food is offered every Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday. A two-course dinner will be available with a United Artist/Lowes movie voucher for $30 per person. The menu will include a choice of soup, mixed greens or Caesar salad and any pizza or pasta.

The three-course prix fixe for $30 is offered every Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday all night. Choose an antipasti or primi, secondi and dolci. Pizzas are not available for the prix fixe and there is a supplemental charge for the whole fish, strip steak and veal chop.

For further information or reservations, call Nick & Toni’s at (631) 324-3550

Stone Creek Inn

405 Montauk Hwy, 631 653-6770

Three Course $30 Prix Fixe Menu**Until 6:30


Agave’s Blue Cactus*122 E. Montauk Highway, 631 728-0000

Prix Fixe Special $12.95

Your choice of –Starters, Cup of soup of the day, Garden salad

-Entrees: Cheese quesadilla*Grilled chicken quesadilla*Bean & cheese burrito

Grilled vegetable burrito*Chicken enchilada*Los carbos taco salad with seasoned ground beef

-Dessert*Homemade tres leche cake*On premise only. No take out.


Gators Restaurant

6 W Montauk Hwy, 631 728-4100

 Fish Fry Only $12.99**» Best Lunch Deal in Town (Two lunches for $14.99!)

Recession Special 3 Course Prix Fixe only $16.99


Estia’s Little Kitchen

1615 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpke, 631 725-1045

Prix Fixe Dinner**Three course dinner  for $27.00 from 5:30-6:30 pm.
Choose soup or salad, main course and any dessert.

5:30pm to 6:30pm


Barrister’s Restaurant**36 Main St, 631 283-6206

$5 Bailout Burgers Wednesday**All Day. All Nite. Any Way.

Wednesday’s only

New Paradise Cafe**Sag Habor, Main Street**Fall Special
Prix-Fixe menu 7 days per week 5-10pm (includes appetizer & entree)
$28 or $32.00***add $3 for choice of any dessert

Pomme Cafe**Sag Harbor, Main Street**Fall special
Brunch 10-4pm daily…Dinner Prix-Fixe M-TH $19.99 (3 course meal)

Phao Restaurant, Sag Harbor, Main Street*631-725-0101
Prix Fixe Menu 530-630pm* M-TH**$24.95 specific menu


Clamman Caterer*235A North Sea Rd, 631 283-3354

PRIX FIXE MENU**Each evening please help yourself to our fabulous extensive Salad and Side Bar.
CHOICE OF: Fish of the Day or Organic BBQ Chicken*$39.50
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: STEAK NIGHT**Prime Ribs or Steak Au Poivre**$42.50
CHOICE OF:Lobster or BBQ Baby Back Ribs **$42.50 plus dessert


Le Chef

75 Jobs Lane, 631 283-8581**Prix Fixe from $24.95


Red Bar brasserie 210 Hampton Rd, 631 283-0704

Prix Fixe**2 Courses $26, 3 Courses $29

Offered all night Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday. Friday from 6- 6:45. Excluding holidays and weekends.


Shippy’s Pumpernickels Restaurant

36 Windmill Ln, 631 283-0007

Dinner Special $15.95.Includes soup, salad, potato and vegetable.**except holidays

Sunday Special Complete Prime Rib Dinner $18.95**except holidays


Southampton Publick House 40 Bowden Square, 631 283-2800

 2 for 1 Entrees 5-10pm* 3-course prix fixe dinner $21.95.


Muse Restaurant & Aquatic Lounge760 Montauk Hwy, 631 726-2606

$24.95 3-course Prix Fixe from the regular Dinner Menu ALL NIGHT!

Thursday – Sunday starting at 5PM. Call 726-2606 for reservations or just come in.


Casa Basso*59 Montauk Hwy., 631 288-1841

3 Course Prix Fixe Menu **$25 per person. See menu at

Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday- All Night
Friday & Saturday – 5-6:30pm

Harbor Bistro*New Hours & Prix Fixe Availability
WHERE:  313 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton, NY 11937  (631) 324-7300
WHEN:   Beginning Monday, September 12
$29 Prix Fixe – All-night Thursday & Sunday, 5 – 6 p.m. Friday & Saturday or all-night every night at the bar; $19 Prix Fixe – 5 – 6 p.m. every night
The Living Room**Afternoon Tea
WHERE:  The Living Room c/o The Maidstone**207 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937
WHEN:   Saturdays and Sundays from 3 to 5 p.m.
Weekend Afternoon Tea at The Living Room
Afternoon tea on Saturdays and Sundays from 3 to 5 p.m. The offer includes a selection of Plain teas, finger sandwiches, scones, jam, clotted cream and cookies. The cost is $20 or $30 which includes a glass of champagne. Dinner Prix Fixe at The Living Room beginning at 5:30. The dinner includes three courses for $35.. For more information contact The Living Room Restaurant at c/o The Maidstone at(631) 324-5006.Navy Beach**New Fall Menu Items and Hours*Sixty cent(.60) Sunday’s

6 Navy Road, Montauk, NY 11954** (631) 668-6868**
WHEN:   September 11 – October 9
They include Duck Leg Tacos with Hoisin BBQ and Mango Chutney ($13) and Lamb Osso Buco with Israeli Cous Cous and Harissa ($26).  As well, Navy Beach announces a new fall promo called “Sixy Sundays.”  Every Sunday all day from September 11th through October 9th the following items will be themed with 6’s.  Enjoy .60 cent Jerk Wings and $6 Navy Dogs, available at the bar only.  Also enjoy $6 Draft Beers and $6 Bacon Bloodies.

Rowdy Hall**Oktoberfest Weekly Prix Fixes
10 Main St. in the Parrish Mews, East Hampton, NY (631) 324-8555
When:   Saturday, September 17 to Friday, October 14 beginning at 5 p.m.
Rowdy Hall Celebrates Oktoberfest with German Fare Fester Pries and Beer Specials
$24 fester preis (prix fixe) from Saturday, September 17 through Friday, October 14 starting each night at 5 p.m. The dinner specials change weekly and are as follows:

Serafina East Hampton**Fall Prix Fixe
104 North Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 (631) 267-3500
WHEN:   Thursday and Sunday all night***$21.95 three-course prix fixe menu all night Thursday and Sunday. Appetizer substitutions may be added for $3 and main course substitutions may be added for $6.

The Backyard Restaurant at Solé East**New Fall Hours and Menu
90 Second House Road, Montauk, NY 11954 (631) 668-2105
WHEN:   Wednesday through Sunday, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.**new hours and menu items for fall.  The restaurant offers dinner Wednesday through Sunday beginning at 5:30 p.m. and, on Friday nights, dinner will be accompanied by live music.  Chef Larry Kolar’s dinner menu includes popular favorites and new seasonal tastes.


Townline BBQ**Fall Happy Hour
3593 Townline Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 (631) 537-2271
When:   Thursday – Monday
Townline BBQ fall happy hour specials.  Thursday, Friday and Monday from 4 – 7 p.m. Townline will offer the following deals at the bar:.Football Specials:  Saturday and Sunday from 1 p.m. to close and Monday from 7 p.m. to close
BEER SPECIALS***$3 Coors Light pints & $12 Coors Light pitchers
*$4 pints & $15 pitchers of tap beer (Guinness Stout not included)
FOOD SPECIALS @ the Bar ranging from $2.50-$5.00

Fresno *Autumn Hours, Deals and Live Music**8 Fresno Place, East Hampton, NY (631) 324-8700**Wednesday to Sunday from 5:30, Closed Monday & Tuesday
A nightly $28 two-course, and $30 three-course, prix fixe menu is available in the dining room until 6:32 p.m. and all night, every night, at the bar. Brazilian Thursdays continue starting at 7:00 p.m. with live bossa nova by Ludmilla and specialty caipirinhas, Brazil’s national cocktail, on offer.

Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina*Gulf Coast Kitchen Fall Prix Fixe
WHERE:  32 Star Island Road, Montauk, NY 11954 (631) 668-3100
WHEN:   Sunday – Thursday starting Monday, September 12 from 5:00 p.m.
$29.95 three-course prix fixe dinner menu from Sunday to Thursday evening starting Monday, September 12.  Locals who show their Montauk Yacht Club blue and white enamel key chain get an additional 10% off. Top of the seasonal menu is an award-winning clam chowder that will compete in the 30th Montauk Fall Festival Clam Chowder Contest on October 8.  Entrees include grilled striped bass, mussels meuniere, slow cooked short ribs and an 8-ounce Kobe beef burger. Chocolate decadence cake with raspberry puree and vanilla bean crème brûlée are among desserts.

Your favorite seasonal Restaurants will be closing soon for the season
Turtle Crossing American Bistro**
WHERE:  221 Pantigo Road (Rt. 27- Montauk Highway), East Hampton, NY 11937
WHEN:   September through Sunday, October 16
Friday Night, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday Lunch, Noon – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday and Monday, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
*Five Nights for Dinner and Weekends for Lunch
*New Fall Back to Favorite with Fajita Thursdays
*New Saturday and Sunday Specials at the Bar
*Happy Hours Continue
*Mama, Lee and Rose every Friday with $5 and $4 tap beers
is open for dinner, take-away and catering five nights from Thursday to Monday, and for lunch Saturday and Sunday, through October 16 with new and long-standing menu favorites.

The Beacon, 8 West Water Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 (631) 725-7088
WHEN:   Lunch – Saturday and Sunday from 11:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. through Sunday, September 25;

Dinner – Thursday to Monday starting at 6:00 p.m. through October
On Chef Sam McCleland’s lunch menu are tuna tartare with capers, whole grain mustard, cucumber, red curry paste and mixed greens ($14); moules frites “Beacon style” with garlic, white wine, lemon-thyme, cream and tomatoes and fries ($16); blackened flounder sandwich with house-made remoulade and crispy chips on ciabatta bread ($16); and lobster salad with mixed greens, red onions, French beans, tomatoes and balsamic vinaigrette ($25).


I am sure that there are many other restaurants that are having a prix fixe for the off season, I would suggest if the restaurant you want to go to is not on this list, you call them and ask them if they are offering fall specials or…If you had a bad experience at a restaurant during the summer, give the restaurant a second chance you may find that you will have a better experience during the Fall…I try to avoid restaurants that are crazy crowded in the summer and I go to those restaurants in the Fall and winter because I find the service to be more relaxed, better service and the food is not rushed. If you want to really know what’s going on in the Hamptons…Hamptons Mouthpiece is your resource..