This East Hampton haunt serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner but is open only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The food is organic, local and fresh so you know your getting quality food no matter what it is. The best thing about grabbing a brunch here while sitting out on the outdoor patio is Babette’s Bloody Mary’s, they pack quite the punch and the ingredients are all freshly squeezed. I’ll take two please, or three.
2 Candy Kitchen
Candy Kitchen is the perfect spot for those looking to take a break from the glitz and glamour of the Hamptons. This nostalgic country diner serves delicious omelets and breakfast fare along with thick homemade milkshakes, which are ideal for sunny days.
3 Estia's Little Kitchen
Estia’s Little Kitchen is a cool homey restaurant serving up delicious breakfast with a Mexican twist. The cooks at Estia’s tend to mix it up, even surprising the most hardcore fans. For example a customer could make a custom dish and that could then be put on the menu. Case and point: “Big Al’s Burrito” is the dream child of Alec Baldwin; when he came to Estia’s he ordered an egg white burrito with spinach, diced vegetables and veggie burger. Now it is one of the most popular breakfast items on the menu.
This French bistro takes the spirit of a St. Bart’s café with bamboo barstools, white interior with sunlit rooms by day. Pierre’s serves up some mean egg dishes such as Croque Monsieur ou Croque Madame, which is toasted brioche bread with ham and melted swiss cheese topped with an egg sunny side up. With scores of brunch dishes to choose from, choosing the right meal to satisfy your taste buds won’t be difficult.
Serving only breakfast and lunch, Silver’s is a great spot to dine in the afternoon on a lazy Sunday, the European vibe and bistro delights are highlights of this Hampton hot spot. Be sure to try a specialty espresso or one of the herbal teas to cap off a perfect afternoon.