HAMPTON’S LIST – Out with the old……


Gearing up for the Hamptons for 2016 July 4th! Well we can help you navigate all the openings & closings that took place while you were not there.


Sag Harbor

Harlow East closed space still vacant

Le Bilboquet: New York’s signature French restaurant is opening in the former Harlow space in Sag Harbor. Known for its poulet Cajun, head here for a taste of the best French cuisine around, and an even better, incredibly intimate atmosphere on the water. 1 Long Wharf

Dopo La Spiaggia: Formerly Tutto Il Giorno, this Italian restaurant in Sag Harbor is returning to its roots. Chef Maurizio Marfoglia’s pitch perfect Italian fare is once again the focus. It’s already the hottest reservation to score. 6 Bay St., 725-7009

East Hampton

Phillipe closed

Nichols is now going to be the Service Station classic american. Michael Gluckman’s new restaurant will serve comfort food to a casual crowd. Steak frites, oysters Rockefeller and rock shrimp tacos are already menu favorites for those that have gone in for VIP tastings.


Where Red Stixs once stood now stands The Greenwich, a New American eatery located at 1020 Montauk Highway in Water Mill. The restaurant has a sister (The Greenwich Project) on 8th Avenue in the city.

Manna is the new kid on the block in Water Mill. The Italian restaurant is located at 670 Montauk Highway in the space formerly occupied by Mirko.


Pierre Weber, the mastermind behind Pierre’s in Bridgehampton and the exclusive Pierre’s Upstairs, has taken over the former Sagg General Store on Sagg Main Street in Sagaponack. The new space will retain the general store feel, but will have more food choices and will be re-branded as Pierre’s.

Topping Rose House: Bridgehampton’s beautiful and stately hotel houses its own restaurant, where guests can enjoy a farm-to-table breakfast, lunch, or dinner on the expansive wrap-around porch. Even better? Jean-Georges Vongerichten, a world-famous Michelin star chef, will be creating the menu this summer. 1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike, 537-0870



The Southampton Publick Houise has closed  & moved to where The Driver’s Seat once stood and is now Union Cantina, a farm-to-table Mexican restaurant in the former Southampton Publick House. The restaurant has three bars, including the 400 Rabbits Tequila Bar, which carries more than 100 types of tequila.

Jue Lan CLub will open Memorial Day in Southampton

Kozu, a Japanese restaurant featuring a menu created in part by John Keller of Nobu is where  Nammos on Main Street used to be with a nightclub called Beach House

Former 1Oak space as AM, a booming nightclub with graffiti-decorated walls, headlining D.J.s (Fat Joe raps May 27), and gyrating burlesque dancers from The Box.


Arbor has opened last month in the former Ciao by the Beach location (240 Fort Pond Road). Arbor will feature a Mediterranean-style menu and have a “casual chic vibe”

A Hamptons mainstay for more than 25 years, Cyril’s Fish House in Montauk has closed its doors for good.

Dave’s Grill is moving from 468 West Lake Drive to 467 East Lake Dr., where Fishbar used to be. and will be called Dave’s Gone Fishing

The Grey Lady, a seafood restaurant and oyster bar with spots in Nantucket, Aspen and the Lower East Side, will open its first outpost in Montauk, at 440 West Lake Drive, where Harbor used to be.