Time for some good food in a laid-back and warm summer weather at the East Coast. There are new restaurants in the Hamptons that you definitely should try for this season.
Bay Kitchen Bar. Father and son Eric and Adam Miller, together with partner Richard Silver opened this new restaurant in Hamptons just last April. This is located in the former Andrra site by the old Boat House. Here you can feast on the classic East Coast seafood dishes. You can also taste amazing clambakes and barbeque at this restaurant. Try the Fisherman Soup, Spaghetti Vongole and Latino-based Montauk tuna. Meat lovers can sink their teeth on luscious spit-roasted Long Island duck. Rafael Cardenas Architecture at Large’s Scott Rominger and Adam Miller designed the place. The outdoor deck gives you a mellow view of the Three Mile Harbour.
Harlow East. Famous restaurateur Richie Notar recently opened the Hampton branch of his Harlow NYC, which is also in Midtown Manhattan. This new restaurant is in the former B. Smith’s site. This has the same menus as the restaurant in Midtown Manhattan, but it is more focused on seafood specialties. Its original Harlow specialties are mixed with Asian and Mediterranean style menus with the innovative talents of Danny Ye, the executive chef of this branch. This restaurant is open from breakfast to dinner; so advanced booking is advisable. But Notar said the restaurant is always open for walk-ins.
Topping Rose House. This new restaurant is in the center of Bridgehampton. This is a luxury hotel that looks like a Greek villa. It was restored by Simon Critchell and Bill Campbell, who are the owners of the place. This hotel has opened last year. Its restaurant is famous for its luscious menus; especially that it has the acclaimed Tom Colicchio as its head chef.