Water Mill is a hamlet of the Town of Southampton on Long Island and census-designated place (CDP) in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population of the CDP was 1,559 at the 2010 census. Its ZIP code is 11976.
Things to do in Water Mill
4 based on 145 reviews
Four of us dined for dinner. The waiter was exceptional, reciting specials and choice of items from the menu. His service of the meal was exceptional, which always makes for an outstanding dining experience. The food was enjoyed by all. The atmosphere was as expected and the dress of the diners casual.
4 based on 37 reviews
This is part of a chain, with several locations throughout the East End. We stopped by one morning desperate for coffee and found it quite lovely. The barista was attentive and skilled and provided us with our drinks exactly as requested. The coffees were excellent. The place is a coffee shop and offers a few tables inside as well as a picnic table with benches outdoors. There is a selection of bakery goods, sandwiches and salads. Try the Lobster salad: it is great! You can also order eggs to taste and other breakfast items.
4.5 based on 213 reviews
What fun discovering an entire store filled with Tate's Bake Shop items! There are many assorted packaged products or you can pick from the fresh baked items. There is a nice assortment of coffee and teas. The little patio in front was decorated so beautifully with fall colors-the perfect setting for our tea and cookies!
4 based on 41 reviews
And it's not just sushi. It's teppanyaki and other dishes too. It's not cool on the inside. Quite regular & normal. Refreshingly so. Plenty of choices for old school rolls & sashimi or hip it up style. It was busy spot on a Saturday night out of season. Anyone looking for a great little spot around Water Mill, do it. Menu will make you happy and it's reasonable. Enjoy.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Hamptons Coffee is a great place to meet friends for a cup of coffee and a snack. They roast the coffee right on the premises. There is a couple of sitting area's inside and outside. Hamptons coffee company has documentary night where you can watch a film. This place is very community oriented.
4 based on 124 reviews
In 2001 Jason Weiner and Eric Lemonides opened Almond. Almond quickly became the "un-Hamptons" restaurant the Hamptons desperately needed. Jason's commitment to straight forward, locally sourced cuisine and Eric's commitment to being nice to people soon garnered a fiercely loyal following for the restaurant. Almond quickly became a go-to spot in the Hamptons for locals, celebrities, tourists, and fellow restaurateurs. The critics caught on as well. Almond garnered accolades from such esteemed publications as Wine Spectator and the New York Times. Fast-forward 10 years and the iconic Hamptons French bistro enters a new era in a new location in downtown Bridgehampton. Almonds new home is a historic space with 100-year-old tin ceilings, hand carved bar and classic white subway tile. Jason continues to cook good food and Eric is still nice to people. They also haven't lost their knack for sucking up to food journalists. Peter Gianotti of Newsday awarded the new spot three stars and named Almond the Best New Restaurant of 2011
Have eaten here a few times and it is always decent. This passed weekend however, was exceptional. Even my experience calling to reserve a table was extremely pleasant!
The staff was lovely. The food and drinks were delicious. I had the chicken, and it was the best I've had in the Hamptons in years. Our whole table (6 of us) very much enjoyed our meals from start to finish.
Definitely order the ice cream for dessert, you will NOT be disappointed!
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Family Friendly. Healthy. Options for Vegan, Vegetarian, and Gluten Free Meals. Quick. Delicious. Focus on Philanthropy
Visited family on Long Island at Christmas time and decided to give this place a try for lunch. It closely resembles Chipotle but is not related to them. Stark, modern interior so don't go if you're looking for atmosphere.
If, however, you're looking for very friendly employees and delicious, fresh Mexican food for lunch - I highly recommend this place!
4 based on 86 reviews
Sip ‘n Soda is a great spot for children of all ages to enjoy delicious homemade ice cream. Lots of flavors to choose from. Adults and children selected a variety of flavors and ate them either in a cup or cone.
Everyone left with a smile on their face. Next time I’ll have to try a brunch.
4 based on 174 reviews
We are excited to announce that Chef Jean- Georges Vongerichten began consulting for the Topping Rose House Restaurant. Jean- Georges celebrates the seasons, presenting a farm- to- table cuisine, using ingredients grown on our property's one acre farm and sourced from the local reputable fisherman and farmers.
Third time at Restaurant. Had been good not great. But that wasn't "in season". Granted everywhere in Hamptons struggles in August with the crowds. And maybe that can explain the awful service. But what's the chef's excuse? My wife's salmon was tasteless and bass I had absolutely no taste to it at all. My wife started with watermelon and feta salad. Don't think there was any dressing on it. Just chunks of watermelon and a few pieces of cheese. I started with the calamari. It was the best thing we had -- and 6 pieces to dip into an "ok" sauce isn't much. Didn't stay for dessert. Went home and had Joe & Liza cream. A local brand that's always great!
4 based on 6 reviews
Wow on our first visit Ete became our new favorite restaurant in the Hamptons A small french eatery catering to a select few this establishment prepares food and drinks with heart and the testing proves it. Not to be missed!Thank you for your lovely review "Dqny". We are so pleased it is apparent our food & drinks are prepared with love! Looking forward to seeing you again soon. Live life deliciously!
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