Jessie Randall’s Top 12 Picks for Where to Go and What to Do In the Hamptons

by Charles Manning

Heading out east this weekend? Let Loeffler Randall designer Jessie Randall be your guide to the best the Hamptons have to offer. 

Where to Eat

(Pierre’s Restaurant)

1. Pierre’s, Bridgehampton
[It] feels a little like Saint Bart’s in the Hamptons.”

2. Estia’s, Sag Harbor
“[This place] is great for a Mexican spin on brunch. There’s usually a wait, but you can hang out in their pretty garden and they’ll text you when your table is available.”

3. Candy Kitchen, Bridgehampton
[This] is the first place that made me fall in love with Bridgehampton from the first summer I was dating Brian and we had a summer share near town. This is the quintessential old-fashioned small-town diner. I love the graphic design on its paper coffee cups.”

4. Jean-Georges at Topping Rose House
”A nice place to grab a drink or a delicious breakfast.”

5. The Golden Pear, Southampton, East Hampton, Sag Harbor
“I love The Golden Pear for quick, easy meals. And the iced tea! Shout-out to my favorite barista, Keith!”

Where to Shop

(Goop)

6. Goop Market, Sag Harbor
“Stroll around Sag Harbor! You’ll find Loeffler Randall goodies at Goop Market and LoveShackFancy, and then pop into our friends’ shops: AYR, Matta, and Shop Joey Wölffer.”

7. Knockout Beauty, Bridgehampton
“Head to Bridgehampton to the Warm NYC pop-up inside Knockout Beauty. Warm, designed by my friend Winnie Beattie, is my favorite for summer dressing.”

Where to Unplug

(The Barn)

8. The Barn, Bridgehampton
“I like to go to SoulCycle at the Barn, with its indoor/outdoor vibe.”

9. Naturopathica, East Hampton
“I like to get a massage at Naturopathica East Hampton because it smells amazing in there and you can book it online.”

10. Happy Feet, Sag Harbor
“At Happy Feet in Sag Harbor, Brian and I have our legs and feet punched, prodded, and massaged while we recline in old-school BarcaLoungers.”

Where to Go Out

(Baron’s Cove)

11. Wölffer Estates, Sagaponack
“Bring a blanket and friends to Wölffer Estate and have wine outside with music on Friday or Saturday nights. Great with kids!”

12. Baron’s Cove, Sag Harbor
“For a summer drink, we like Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor. The view reminds me of childhood summers in Cape Cod.”

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1 comment

Irene Tully July 27, 2018 - 8:33 AM

Great story of good folks.

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