From a former (Le) Parker Meridien grill man and his wife, BB's bringing Manhattan's ground-beef fetish to the Hamptons. The menu also features grilled cheeses, dogs, ice cream, tots, and other items sure to make this a bikini season one to not remember.
The 1770 House Inn has had more than three centuries to prefect their menu building skills, and it's very apparent. The inn and restaurant have retained much of the original architecture, allowing you to enjoy your meal (Pro tip: get the burger) while feeling like George Washington.
This Sag Harbor spot is a modern day soda shop with an emphasis on delicious, tasty burgers, such as the LT Backyard burger (grilled hickory smoked bacon, NY state cheddar, and LT Sauce), and The Standard, The Mexican, or the Smashed Smoke.
The Cuddy has a casual vibe, delicious comfort food -- like bacon-wrapped quail -- and handcrafted drinks.
The East Hampton burg' spot carries a rep of being a vivacious and lively place to grab a bite. Open seven days a week for lunch or dinner year round, Rowdy Hall is a refreshingly casual pub in a town overcrowded with stuffy, uptight restaurants.