Whether it’s a seafood shack by the water or a trendy Mediterranean restaurant with an inviting garden, dishes on the East End usually draw on ingredients sourced from the surrounding waters and farmland. Fishermen on boats bring in their daily catch and farmers harvest their crops all summer long just a quick day trip from the five boroughs. In other words, the ingredients are even more fresh than anything diners would find in New York City. From Westhampton to Montauk, chefs are busy transforming those ingredients in a variety of styles, and over the next few months, the menus at the hottest Hamptons restaurants will continue to evolve. Eater will update this map throughout the next few months, the busiest time to dine out east.
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