The following are some helpful links when planning a visit to Sag Harbor…
GETTING TO SAG HARBOR:
Please see the MapQuest link on our individual property pages for driving directions.
Sag Harbor is famous for its fine dining! Below are just a few of our favorites. Click on the “List of Sag Harbor Restaurants” for a full list. For more details, check out the individual restaurant websites.
List of Sag Harbor Restaurants – Provided by the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce
THE AMERICAN HOTEL – Fine Dining; Elegant Ambiance; Award-Winning Wine List. Main Street, Sag Harbor.
SEN – Great Japanese Food & Sake Bar; take-out service available, Main Street, Sag Harbor.
IL CAPUCCINO – First-rate Italian; take out service available, Madison Street, Sag Harbor.
ESTIA’S LITTLE KITCHEN – Great breakfasts, lunches & dinners; intimate, friendly diner setting; take-out service available. Sag Harbor/Bridgehampton Turnpike.
DOCKSIDE BAR & GRILL – Fresh local seafood and grill; great outdoor dining overlooking the bay. Bay Street, Sag Harbor (in the American Legion building)
There are many other fine restaurants in the Hamptons if you have a car and are willing to explore. We are happy to make recommendations if you tell us your preferred cuisine.
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES & LOCAL INTEREST:
BAY STREET THEATRE – Professional Theater, Children’s Programs, Films, Comedy
CHILDRENS MUSEUM OF THE EAST END – First rate children’s museum with rotating and permanent exhibits, programs etc.
SAG HARBOR CYCLE – Bike Rentals
HAMPTONS FILM FESTIVAL (October)
THE HAMPTON CLASSIC HORSE SHOW (Late August)
HAPPY FEET – Massage / Reflexology
SAG HARBOR CINEMA – Indie, Foreign and Art Films
GURNEY’S INN & SPA – Luxury Day Spa in Montauk
TENNIS – Sag Harbor Park Tennis at Mashashimuet Park
ELIZABETH MORTON WILDLIFE REFUGE – Bring sunflower seeds and feed birds from your hand
SAG HARBOR HISTORICAL SOCIETY – walking tours and local history
There are a number of excellent local beaches, all swimmable. Regrettably, because they are non-transferable, we are unable to provide season beach permits – but there are one or two that we can direct you to that do not require a permit as they are non-lifeguarded. Alternatively, all the lifeguarded beaches offer day permits for non-residents for $25 per day.
Please click the links below for more specific information.
The South and North Fork of Long Island are becoming renowned for their vineyards. Visit the excellent local vineyards close to Sag Harbor below, or make a trip to the North Fork and do a winery tour.
We are happy to make recommendations, or you can visit http://www.liwines.com