Amagansett /ˌæməˈɡænsət/ is a census-designated place that roughly corresponds to the hamlet by the same name in the Town of East Hampton in Suffolk County, New York, on the South Shore of Long Island. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP population was 1,165. Amagansett hamlet was founded in 1680.
Restaurants in Amagansett
5 based on 66 reviews
The Amagansett Beach & Bicycle Company, On the East Hampton / Amagansett Border, sells, rents and repairs Bicycles, Kayaks, Surfboards, Boogie Boards, Skateboards, Rowing Shells and Stand Up Paddleboards [SUP]. You can learn to Bike, Row, Kayak, Surf or Stand Up Paddleboard from our expert instructors. Take a one and 1/2 to two hour guided tour / lesson of beautiful Accabonac Harbor on easy and comfortable Kayaks You can get your Bike repaired from our expert mechanics.
The staff were very friendly and offered good suggestions on bike routes. The selection of bikes was adequate for our needs. Overall, it was a nice way to spend a cloudy day in the Hamptons.
5 based on 94 reviews
Located in beautiful East Hampton, New York, LongHouse Reserve is a sixteen acre garden with established lawns, ornamental borders, plant collections and outdoor sculpture, planned by the internationally recognized textile designer, Jack Lenor Larsen. Mr. Larsen, along with the recommendations of the LHR Art Committee, has assembled a collection of over 70 sculptures for the gardens. LongHouse Reserve was established in 1991 and reflects founder Jack Lenor Larsen's desire to encourage creativity in gardening and in collecting and every day living with art. LongHouse gardens are open to the public Wednesdays and Saturdays, through Sept 30, 2017, 2-5pm. Open Saturdays, October 7 - November 25 2017, 12-3pm.
Gardens and sculpture combine to create an enchanting oasis in the middle of suburban East Hampton. Jack Lenor Larsen's amazing ability to combine art and the environment make a garden where there is a surprise vista in every direction you look.
4 based on 154 reviews
We stopped at Wolffer during our three-day wine-tasting visit to the East End of Long Island. This winery is in a lovely location and the building itself is an attractive venue. While you can taste indoors, the back terrace overlooking a carefully manicured and maintained vineyard is clearly the way to go. There are several flights to choose from and are tastefully presented in small decanters with clean, modern-looking wine glasses. The terrace is scrupulously clean, service is gentle, attentive and friendly. Wolffer produces a variety of Whites, Reds and Roses. Among the Reds, we liked the Cabernet Franc and Pinot Noir best; the Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling were the most favored among the whites. We didn't try the Roses, but enjoyed the Nobless Oblige sparlking wine.
4.5 based on 161 reviews
We went the first week of June, so it was still practically empty. The bath houses and the snack bar were all closed. But it was still a great experience with an amazing view. We were able to park in the nearby lot for free and hang out at the beach for a while.
4 based on 30 reviews
They have a large variety of comfort diner-like food. Something for everyone... I've had the salad with steak strips, chili, and tried several appetizers. Friendly service... Family Friendly... Overall satisfying but not a gourmet meal.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
This place would thrive just by location, location, location. In the summer, Hamptons see-and-be seeners would show up, pay most any price to see most any artist. The Talkhouse could just coast and succeed on momentum...but they don't. I'm on the email list of 15-20 music venues. Only one asks my opinion (the Talkhouse) in their "would you pay X to see (pick an artist) to perform". I'm sure it's a useful tool for them and keeps me engaged. Their annual Wounded Warrior Benefit is a wonderful cause and they are commended for their effort. What prompts me to write this today is the exceptional treatment we received last night when we went to see THIRD WORLD perform. We showed up early hoping to get one of the scarce seats at the bar. The Manager told us that we didn't need to wait on line and that she would put a reserved sign on the seats that we wanted. When I attempted to tip her upon entry, she simply would not accept it. We spent an hour at the back bar and the bartender there was great. With the band doing a soundcheck an hour before the doors were opened, I entered through an open door (by the back bar) and stood on the side to listen. Most places would have had me leave,...no one said a word to me. When we did enter and sat at our "reserved seats" two bartenders asked our names and remembered them the whole night. As for the place itself, it's old, has character and charm and it's a bar so people will tend to talk. The sound is scaled well for the room. They book great acts and price them fairly. It's just a landmark place and a cultural icon. Long live Stephen Talkhouse...and thanks for your hospitality.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
Open annually from May through October. Open to the general public, Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays. The house, and its adjacent studio, give visitors a glimpse of how artists Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner lived and worked. A National Historic Landmark.
I loved this place even more as I tried to visit several times, in the years, and this time it was the good opening slot. You can visit the Krasner-Pollock residence opened in 1956,in Springs- East Hamptons ,where they artists lived and the atelier where the famous artist used to paint his works of art.
It so exciting and moving at the same time to step into the magic room where the artist use to work. In the Study, you have , of course to wear special slippers as th floor itself it's a piece of art , covered with colorful paint, typical sign of his pictorial technique .
You can also sit in the calm garden that hosted artists and friends in the past.
Check out opening hours , normally from Thursday to Saturday 1pm to 5 pm. and visit the little library. Entrance fee 5 $. Go and visit.
5 based on 1 reviews
The Amagansett Square is a quaint, cozy, outdoor shopping area nestled in the heart of Amagansett. It is a vibrant, community-oriented place where children can run and play freely and adults can easily shop, eat and meet neighbors & friends. Often, the Amagansett Square hosts special events for the community, specifically, outdoor concerts, movies on the green, fundraisers, and plenty of fun for children; Santa in the Square, Easter Egg Hunt, and more. Our beautiful town square is frequented by/among locals, Hamptons regulars, & the world's brightest luminaries.
If you are in East Hampton Head over to Amagansett Square. There you will find charming boutiques, Jack's Stir Brew, the Meeting House Restaurant and many other stores all outdoors.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
A marvelous Art Gallery, Concert Hall and a 315 seat, John Drew Theater featuring both both live dramas and televised dance and opera from the Metropolitan Opera's live broadcasts. Last summer Donovan played a 90 minute, sold-out concert there to great acclaim. A MUST-DO-SEE in beautiful, Easthampton, NY. Walk to the ocean 20 minutes away!
4.5 based on 25 reviews
A private museum buried off Old Stone Highway that has many of the stunning handbags done by Judith Leiber over the years. Open Saturdays in season - call or look on the Internet to see if they are open., If you are lucky, Judith and her husband Gerson, both in their 90s will be there to talk to you. The property is also beautiful.
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