ENCHANTÉ BISTRO | In the spot that housed Southampton’s renowned Red Bar Brasserie is EHP Hospitality Group’s long-awaited reimagined bistro Enchanté. With a chic, mid-century design, Enchanté (French for “nice to meet you”) is already receiving raves for their elevated bistro fare and the welcoming ambiance of their glass-enclosed dining room. Parisian-inspired menu offerings include Peconic escargots, Niçoise salad, and mussels or steak frites— délicieux!
Enchanté Bistro, 210 Hampton Road, Southampton, Enchanté Bistro
MAVERICKS | Overlooking Montauk’s scenic Fort Pond in the former East by Northeast space, Mavericks finally opened after a long delay to stellar reviews. Helmed by seasoned Hamptons chef Jeremy Blutstein and sommelier Vanessa Price, Mavericks offers a “surf-and-turf reboot, with sunsets on the side.” Look for contemporary takes on timeless classics and locally sourced dishes like the chilled Montauk Jonah crab claws, Southampton maitake mushroom steak, and whole Montauk fluke meuniére—all accompanied by wines from their impressive 275-bottle list.
Mavericks, 51 South Edgemere, Montauk, Mavericks
Sag Harbor Kitchen, 26 Bay Street, Sag Harbor, Sag Harbor Kitchen
VIN SUR VINGT WINE BAR | Craving a taste of Paris right here in the Hamptons? Get ready for the newest addition to Sag Harbor’s Main Street—an East End outpost of NYC’s French wine bar mainstay Vin Sur Vingt, slated for a Memorial Day weekend opening. The Hamptons location of this popular bistro founded by Sébastien Auvet will be open for lunch and dinner with an authentic French bistro menu and a carefully selected rotating menu of 250 wines, with more than 40 offered by the glass. Vin Sur Vingt Wine Bar, 29 Main Street, Sag Harbor, VSV Wine Bar