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With a boutique cheese counter piled with locally sourced labels and a concept menu devoted to le grand fromage , Caseus has hit upon a winning combination...
A classic Connecticut roadside hotdog stand with checkered floors, photos of locals papering the walls and some fine diner grub, this is the place to grab an affordable bite for the kids on the way to nearby museums...
Jamms jams 'em in by offers something for everyone. The menu spans the gamut from burgers and leafy salads to pastas and steak.
The Scrimshaw Restaurant draws in crowds with its Asian-American fusion fare and nautical setting.
Eat and drink in classic pub fashion at Digger's.
If clubbing is not your thing but socializing is, pull up to 75 Main to rub shoulders with the jet set and the locals. And for daily happy hours and a live band at night.
A barbecue-inspired joint great for kids.
A good stalwart place to get a drink is World Pie - a great pizza joint/bar with outside seating.
Flawless Italian restaurant styled to look like an old Tuscan farmhouse.
Get gourmet sustenance without going broke at Provisions , a natural foods market with delicious take-out wraps, burritos and sandwiches.
A good stalwart place to get a drink is Almond, a a trendy boîte (it’s not a bad idea to call ahead for a table).
If clubbing is not your thing but socializing is, pull up to Red Bar Brasserie to rub shoulders with the jet set and the locals. And for romance and candlelight.
Popular ice-cream parlor.
An East Hampton standby is Della Femina, owned by flamboyant Jerry Della Femina, who throws a massive beach party every July 4.
Head to the American Hotel, where there’s a French-American restaurant to go along with the quaint, old-world B&B decor.
Don't be fooled by the oh-so-casual-looking summer attire. Steven Spielberg, Martha Stewart and Diddy all have homes here...
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