The Hamptons Guide – Sag Harbor

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If you are looking for an old-school Hampton scenery, this pretty village is the one to visit. From a classic The American Hotel to a new luxurious Baron’s Cove, Sag Harbor combines some of the best things that everyone loves about the Hamptons. Relaxing atmosphere and incredible views, classic American history sights and lots of incredible restaurants.

Where to Stay: Best Hotels in Sag Harbor

The American Hotel (49 Main Street, Sag Harbor | 631.725.3535)

This historic hotel is known for its affiliation with many famous writers and artists. Ever since Capitan William Freeman and a ferry boat owner Addison M. Youngs bought the building in 1876m the American Hotel (or “The American House”) became the center of cultural and literature life of the East-End. These days, it’s also a place where you can find the best dining and always perfect service.

Baron’s Cove (31 W Water Street, Sag Harbor | 844.227.6672)

This newly built hotel features the most luxurious vibe in the Hamptons. From harbor facing rooms to the exquisite salt water pool and tennis court, and on-site concierge—it’s simply impossible to beat all decadent features provided by Baron’s Cave to its residents!

What to Visit: Best Entertainment in Sag Harbor

Bay Street Theatre (1 Bay St, Sag Harbor | 631.725.9500)

Theatrical performances, comedy shows, meetings with celebrities – this community center hosts some of the most attended cultural events in the Hamptons. Make sure to book your tickets ahead of time as Bay Street Theatre events are very popular!

Where to Eat: Best Restaurants in Sag Harbor

LT Burger (62 Main Street, Sag Harbor | 631.899.4646)

If you are a meat eater, this classic American restaurant is a must-visit. Most of my friends who ever went to LT Burger keep reminding me to book our next dinner there! There are not that many vegan options available out there, but salads are yummy.

The Beacon (8 West Water Street, Sag Harbor | 631.725.7088)

Looking for a combination of fresh food and amazing views? Then, The Beacon restaurant is the answer! The restaurant is famous for its fish dishes, but there are also options for those following a plant-based diet. Also, don’t forget to check out a dessert menu—it’s very impressive!

Sag Town (78 Main Street, Sag Harbor | 631.725.8696)

If you are looking for artisanal coffee that you can drink in a hip environment, that’s the place to go! Pick up your custom coffee and some freshly baked goods to start your morning on the best note possible!

Where to Shop: Best Stores in Sag Harbor

Bond No. 9 (45 Main Street, Sag Harbor | 631.725.7467)

If you are looking for a signature scent, definitely stop by at this gorgeous perfumery. As you might remember from my recent post about Bond No. 9, it allows you to customize not only the scent, but also a bottle design!

The Styleliner by Joey Wolffer (25 Madison St, Sag Harbor | 631.725.1436)

Guaranteed: the design of this one-of-a-kind boutique will blow your mind! Why? Because until recently the boutique was based in a converted Airstream trailer! This season, this boho chic concept launched a real store in Sag Harbor and I can’t wait to check it out!

Copious Row (27 Washington Street, Sag Harbor | 631.808.3600)

This elegant boutique offers a unique selection of handpicked items (women’s and men’s clothes and home accessories) from international designers.

Where to Sweat: Best Fitness in Sag Harbor

Yoga Shanti (32 Bridge Street, Sag Harbor | 631.725.6424)

If you are not a fan of hot yoga, check out this studio offering Iyengar and Ashtanga yoga classes led by world-renowned teachers Colleen Saidman and Rodney Yee.

Norma Jean Pilates (52 Main Street, Sag Harbor | 631.808.3131)

Many celebrities swear by this low-impact form of exercise that helps to build a flexible, strong body. Book an appointment for a private, duet, or a semi-private class at a studio that uses a studio reformer machine. The studio also hosts two clubs that bring together running and dancing enthusiast.

P.S.—Check out also my East Hampton Guide, Amagansett Guide, and Bridgehampton Guide.