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Places to eat in Sag Harbor

A dockside establishment dressed for the summer season in Sag Harbor.

If you are at Malloy’s you are at the epicenter of it all.  B. Smith’s Restaurant and Bar is right there and a great place to hang out drinking tropical concoctions and watching manicured and buffed yachties parading along.  The Dockhouse is a seafood shack offering fresh delicacies and take out to take along on your return trip to the anchorage. 

A short walk, because nothing is very far away in this town, you’ll find plenty of options among restaurants.  There are also convenience stores, a liquor store, a deli, a meat market and fish monger in proximity to the waterfront. 

The restaurant at The American Hotel could be one of the finest dining experiences in the Hamptons (not that Sag Harbor is truly a Hampton). With an eclectic menu that tries to please everyone and the most spectacular 85-page global wine list (Wine Spectator "Grand Award" winner), this is truly an experience. Spread among four rooms in the historic building, the settings are intimate, filled with antiques, and comfortable. The outdoor seating in front of the hotel provides a nice open atmosphere at lunch.

There are plenty of other options in town, from casual to eclectic, ensuring that you can satisfy most any appetite. And if you want a quiet night aboard, simply order from the fishmonger or stop by the Dockhouse to take out steamed lobster, fresh oysters and so much more. (But we wonder if the lobster shortages seen in the last few years will be repeated this coming season.)

The American Hotel.

Sag Harbor Restaurants:

B. Smiths
Longwharf at Bay St
Sag Harbor, NY 11963
(631) 725-5858
Elegant world class restaurant located on the picturesque Long Wharf Marina, serving American fare. You'll see Barbara Smith the TV personality, doyenne d'entertaining, and model restaurateur, in framed photos with H. Clinton and T. Gore, and on assorted magazine covers in the waterside establishment, which she owns with her husband, producer Dan Gasby. Bright and welcoming, perched at Malloy's Marina at the very end of Main Street. Open daily with brunch on Sundays. Closed for the winter season.

IL Capuccino Ristorante
Madison Street , Sag Harbor
(631) 725-2747

Northern Italian Cuisine. Established in 1972, a tradition in the Hamptons . Open all year.

The Corner Bar & Restaurant
1 Main Street, Sag Harbor
(631) 725-9760

View of the bay, directly across from Long Wharf & The Windmill. Open year-round for 27 years, 7 days a week for Lunch & Dinner. Featuring fresh local seafood, hearty sandwiches, burgers & steaks.

JLX Bistro
16 Main Street, Sag Harbor
(631) 725-9100

Overlooking the Sag Harbor Wharf . Open for Lunch/ Brunch/ Dinner/ Cocktails. Enjoy mussels & frites, 9oz. Bistro burgers,tuna clubs, fresh oysters and spa salads. Reservations not necessary. Open Year Round. The centerpiece of the bar is a dramatic antique mermaid bow ornament procured from an old sailing ship.

23 Main Street, Sag Harbor
(631) 725-1774

Japanese restaurant and Sushi Bar. Great drink specials and Sake list. Must-try Exotic Rolls. Outdoor seating also available.

The American Hotel
Main Street, Sag Harbor
(631) 725-3535

A unique culinary experience in the heart of the village. Unbelievable wine list. French restaurant, gift shop, gourmet foods retail, and hotel in this historic setting in a lovely 19th century building.

La Superica
1 Main St, Sag Harbor
(631) 725-3388

Latino favorite foods, drinks, soups & salads within steps of the waterfront.

The New Paradise Cafe
126 Main St, Sag Harbor
(631) 725-6080

Experienced restaurateur Robert Durkin, owner of Robert's in Water Mill, has renovated the former Paradise Cafe, revamped the menu, applied his considerable culinary skills to the cuisine - and voila: New Paradise Cafe. The cuisine is eclectic and contemporary; the prices reasonable. New Paradise Cafe is tucked behind the petite bookshop, Paradise Books, offers two cozy rooms plus a child-friendly summer patio.

Dockside Bar & Grill
26 Bay Street, Sag Harbor
(631) 725-7100

American seafood and steakhouse. The only restaurant on the South Fork whose lobby is flanked by official flag disposal boxes owes some of its funky charm to sharing its premises with the Sag Harbor American Legion. Its brick patio overlooking the harbor makes an ideal summer dining spot; the well-tended bar has the feeling of a place for locals. There is a sensible wine list with reasonable prices and many wines by the glass.

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