Farm To Table Restaurants Best of The Hamptons

Fresh and locally grown foods are all the craze this season. As we enjoy ever Summer weekend out in the Hampton’s we give you the top Farm to Table Foods in the Hampton area.

Estia’s Little Kitchen

Located in Sag Harbor, Estia’s Kitchen serves American fare with a Southwestern flare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The restaurant has its very own garden on premise and focus’ on the tagline clean flood-long life. Most of the time your salad will be harvested directly from the garden, shortly before service. Locally grown foods, from farmers and friends from around the area are used whenever possible.

Located at 1615 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike, Sag Harbor, NY 11963

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Nick and Toni’s

Behind Nick and Toni’s you will find an acre into a fertile, organic garden. The kitchen staff harvests the plot daily to provide around 30 percent of the restaurants produce. Located in East Hampton, this Tuscan farmhouse style restaurant included a wood-burning oven, adds to the ambiance and peaceful atmosphere. With delicious foods and drinks, this place is a must-try.

Located at 136 N Main St, East Hampton, NY 11937

South Edison

At South Edison, you will find a menu filled with local seafood and produce.  The chef’ developed and original creative menu and continue to craft new dishes to complement the customers’ favorites. You can walk in and try an extensive array of wines and original cocktails. South Edison reflects Montauk’s fun an casual atmosphere o stop in and enjoys the food.

Located at 17 S Edison St, Montauk, NY 11954

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 Sited on 2.8 acres, with 200 feet of ocean frontage, the estate at 320 Old Montauk Highway in Montauk features three structures—a main house, guest cottage and pool house, plus pool and tennis—the property was purchased by the world-renowned “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf” playwright in the 1960s. 

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

The legendary stage actress Uta Hagen, who originated the role of Martha in that famous work, convinced Albee to buy the property, which he proceeded to populate with an impressive array of native plants and trees. He went on to write the Pulitzer Prize-winning “Seascape,” and many other of his more notable plays, in the second-floor study overlooking the beach. In addition to Ms. Hagen, other notable guests included fellow writer Tennessee Williams and artist Lee Krasner.

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