Wednesday, July 6, 2011


Here's your black book to summer food in the Hamptons.
Take your taste buds on vacation at these hotspots for snacking and savoring:
Sip, juice, love.Treat yourself to a juice, smoothie, raw food or even vegan ice cream at Organic Avenue's Southampton boutique.

28 Jobs Ln., MAP
Go fish.Making its debut this summer, Nobu is opening at the Capri Hotel in Southampton. Expect Chef Nobu's signature dishes, made to perfection.

281 County Rd., 39A, (631) 488-4248, MAP
Be a softie.Our favorite healthy dessert shop has opened a shop out east. Soft Serve Fruit Co's low-calorie, fruity concoction is as close to guilt-free as it gets.

869 Montauk Hwy., (631) 726-6166, MAP
Rusch here.Montauk's latest dining hotspot comes from the guys behind The Fat Radish. The restaurant at Ruschmeyer's features fresh seafood with local ingredients and an extensive list of biodynamic, sustainable and organic wines.

161 Second House Rd., (631) 668-2877, MAP
Naam naam naam.We love The Juicy Naam's customized cleanse, made of organic, superfood-rich juices. And when we're not in the mood for a full cleanse, the daily fresh juices and raw food snacks are perfect for a day at the beach.

Sag Harbor store, 51 Division St., (631) 725-3030, MAP; East Hampton farm stand, 27 Race Ln., (631) 604-5091, MAP
Do the local motion.You don't have to be vegan to enjoy East Hampton's Babette's: the organic eatery offers dishes for meat-free and meat eaters alike. Plus Babette's seasonal ingredients make it easy to be a locavore.

66 Newtown Ln., (631) 329-5377, MAP
Answer the Q.A Bridgehampton gem, Yama Q is known for its fresh fish dishes, high-quality sushi and oversized salads. Yum!

2393 Montauk Hwy., (631) 537-0225, MAP

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