What’s New On The East End This Summer 2021
May 19, 2021 | What To Do
As vaccines keep rolling out, curfew comes to an end, mask requirements are lifted and capacity increases we slowly start returning to the hustle and bustle of the Hampton’s we’ve come to know and love. This summer is predicted to be a good one and we’re here to highlight a few new eateries and events making their way to the East End. Cheers to summer 2021!
Manna Waterfront Restaurant & Bar at Lobster Inn-Southampton
Credit: Manna Waterfront Restaurant & Bar at Lobster Inn
The waterfront dining spot, Manna at Lobster Inn, will reopen under new ownership and management with a new concept and will feature sustainable seafood courtesy of Executive Chef Thomas Bogia. With indoor and outdoor seating, a full bar and lounge area complimented by an eclectic seafood menu and waterfront view, this is bound to be the new Hampton’s hangout. Diners can look forward to double-infused shrimp scampi, charred cobb salad, sushi, trout carbonara, surf ‘n turf and more complete with homemade desserts.
@PopUpBagels, an exclusive bagel club that has taken over the Fairfield County food scene, has announced they will offer their bagels in the Hamptons for the summer season. Owner Adam Goldberg began his business out of a backyard pickup window where he shared his light and crispy bagels with family and friends. Fast forward a couple of years, his business has taken off and subscriptions sell out almost immediately. Their delicious bagels and schmear packages are available by subscription and advance sale only. You can get your first bite of a @PopUpBagels this Memorial Day Weekend, once your order is placed you can pick a designated pickup time to assure the freshest experience possible. To keep up with their whereabouts, visit their Instagram page @PopUpBagels or visit www.PopUpBagels.com.
Spirit's Promise Equine Rescue-Riverhead
Credit: Spirit’s Promise Equine Rescue
Shop from local businesses and take a tour of the farm at Spirit's Promise Equine Rescue's monthly farmers market. The Farmers Markets are held the first Saturday of each month from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. and members can visit for $5 and non-members for $15, children ages 0-2 are free. Line dancing is also available for an additional fee. To register click
Credit: Bounce Beach Montauk
One of ‘The Ends’ popular attractions formally known as The Sloppy Tuna and then Nick’s On The Beach, will now be home to Bounce Beach Montauk. The newly upgraded bar and restaurant will make its grand debut Memorial Day Weekend and offer brunch, lunch and dinner services prepared by James Beard Honoree Chef Sean Olnowich. Picture this, you and the gang stop in for a brunch of Jameson infused French toast, then on your way out you pick out your beachwear for the day from their swimsuit takeout bar stocked by Solid & Striped. The evening rolls around and it’s time for cocktails and lobster, easily accessible from their lobster roll takeout window just steps away from the beach. Sounds like a perfect day to us!