Fall is now upon us, but with New York still seeing clear skies and high temperatures, there’s still just as much reason to get out of the city for a beach getaway.
We’ve rounded up some of the best restaurants, hotels and products to enjoy while this summery weather lasts.
1. Ocean Dunes Hotel in Amagansett, NY
Pack your bags and head to the stunning Ocean Dunes — an exclusive oceanfront escape located on Bluff Road, resting on four private acres in the charming village of Amagansett. It is the perfect location for a second home or a resort getaway. The idyllic vacation spot includes amenities such as private balconies, an outdoor heated swimming pool, daily housekeeping service, a picnic and barbecue area, and a first rate front desk staff to take care of your every need.
631 267 8121
2. MiaMica Travel Accessories
For women on the go, Miamica’s trendy travel accessories are a must-have. Organizing and packing have become far more effortless and enjoyable with this line of fun and functional designs.For every travel problem, there’s a fashionable, functional and affordable Miamica solution.
3. Watermelon Salad at 75 Main in Southampton, NY
One of Long Island’s best brunch spots, 75 Main, has been a favorite among locals, visitors and celebrities alike for more than 30 years. Try one of their many delightful specialty dishes – like the fresh watermelon salad with arugula, crumbled feta, chopped pistachios, red onion and passion fruit vinaigrette. Delicious!
75 Main Street, Southampton, NY, 11968
4. Summer Cocktails at Sotto Sopra in Amagansett, NY
Amagansett eatery Sotto Sopra brings a taste of Northern Italy to the Hamptons with a brilliant menu full of fresh, flavorful fare which is complemented by an expertly crafted cocktail list. Sit back and relax in the charming outdoor patio area, surrounded by lush garden, and enjoy menu favorites like the blueberry mojito (above, left) or the Rose Cocktail (above, right).
231 Main Street, Amagansett, NY
5. Polpo Eoliano at Osteria Salina in Bridgehampton, NY
A hotspot on the East End of Long Island, Osteria Salina has captured the attention of Hamptonites and celebrities alike, with a commitment to farm-to-table fresh food and sincere hospitality. One of its most popular dishes, Polpo Eoliano (above, left) features charred octopus, served with fava beans, fingerling potatoes and parsley pesto.