Southampton Restaurants

100 Pantigo Road (Rt. 27), East Hampton; 10 South Etna Avenue, Montauk; 2101 Montauk Hwy, Amagansett, and 2123 Montauk Hwy, Bridgehampton, 819 County Road 39, Southampton.
631-329-8300, 631-238-5977
Seven days, Monday-Saturday, 6 a.m.-4 p.m. (till 3 p.m. in Southampton), Sundays, 6 a.m.-3 p.m.

Goldberg's Famous is a formidable Jewish deli. Its mainstays are bagels and flagels baked daily. It's also a great source for Jewish rye, kasha varnishkas, stuffed cabbage, and chopped liver, among other mouth-watering staples of the cuisine. There's a veggie tuna salad if you're watching your weight. Try freezing some stuffed cabbage to serve summer house guests on a rainy day.
East Hampton:631-329-8300
Southampton: 631-204-1046
Amagansett: 631-267-5552
Montauk: 631-238-5977
Bridgehampton: 631-537-7865

749 County Road 39A, Southampton, NY 11968
Breakfast, lunch, and desserts seven days, 6 a.m.-7 p.m., until 8 p.m. in summer.

This upscale espresso bar, juice bar, bakery, and cafe will serve all Hampton Coffee Company favorites but also has low-fat, whole wheat, gluten-free, and vegetarian options. It features barista-prepared beverages and an "East End Pour Over Bar" where connoisseurs choose the type of coffee they want to try as well as the method of brewing. Outdoor as well is indoor dining at a communal table or a leather armchair. Free WiFi.

48 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY 11968
Tuesday-Sunday, 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m. No reservations.

La Parmigiana is the sort of neighborhood Italian eatery where it's okay that the tables are crammed closely together. The service is friendly and attentive, and the portions are gargantuan. There's a covered terrace for the overflow in warm weather. The menu has everything from pizza by the slice and hot heros to dozens of pasta, veal, and chicken dishes. Half portions available. You get in and out through the La Parmigiana shop where purchases are irresistible. Some sauces are now marketed in other shops.

75 Job's Lane, Southampton, NY 11968
Tuesday to Sunday, lunch 11:30 a.m-3 p.m., dinner 5 p.m.-10:30 p.m.

The dining space at Le Chef is small but nicely laid out, with good lighting and acoustics. The restaurant, in the village business district, has an interesting idea about dinner prices, offering a prix fixe with a la carte choices. You just pay a little more if you want to mix and match. As its name suggests, Le Chef tends toward French cooking, with nut-crusted local flounder, semi-boneless duckling, Prince Edward Island mussels, and filet of beef au poivre. Risotto and veal scaloppine are borrowed from Italy. A lunch menu features sandwiches, salads, freshly made soup, and a la carte entrees.

76-C Jobs Lane, Southampton, NY 11968
Seven days. Dinner, Sunday-Thursday, 5:30-10 p.m., Friday and Saturday until 11 p.m. Lunch, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 11:30 a.m.-3 p.m., "in-between menu," 3-5 p.m.

Brought to you by David Loewenberg and Kirk Basnight, little/red is red bar/brasserie's younger sibling. The menu is long and diverse. It may feature New York strip steak and cod on the high end or a simple burger, fish and chips, and salads at the less expensive end. The grilled cheese sandwich with duck, brie, and cabbage is a noted choice, and the wait staff recommends truffle fries with it. The menu, including desserts, and the service gets good marks from Laura Donnelly, The Star's food writer.

162 West Inlet Road, Southampton, NY 11968
Seven days, year-round for lunch and dinner with brunch on Sunday.

Tim Burke Productions has reopened the popular Lobster Inn, a landmark on the water at the eastern end of the Sunrise Highway. Early bird specials from 5-6:30 p.m. every day and a complimentary cocktail at Sunday brunch. There's an upstairs water-view room for private parties.

307 North Sea Road, Southampton, NY 11968
Seven days, 6 a.m.-Mignight.

What's to say? It's McDonald's.

136 Main Street, Southampton, NY 11968
Call for hours.

Nammos Estiatorio established itself last summer with dishes that have Mediterranean flavors while the chef, Emmanouil Aslanoglou, will add some Greek specialties. The restaurant is a late-night destination, and it has an outdoor patio and a lounge with heated cabanas.

91 Hill Street, Southampton, NY 11968
Seven days. Breakfast, lunch, and afternoon libations and desserts, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

At the Southampton Inn, Oso is available for private parties in the evening. Pastries, tea sandwiches, and a "club" menu are the order of the day. Dining is inside or on the inn's European patios.

21 Hill Street, Southampton, NY 11968
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner six days, 9 a.m.-10 p.m., midnight in season. Closed Tuesday. Takeout and delivery available.

Family owned and operated since 1973, the Italian and seafood menu includes pastas, pizzas, veal and dishes, shellfish, and burgers. Children have their own menu.

1271 Noyac Road, Southampton, NY 11968
Wednesday-Monday, 5 p.m-10 p.m. Closed Tuesdays.

Brian and Pam Blackburn took over Armand's in 2012 and have added Italian regional dishes as small plates and entrees. It offers two different wood-fired pizzas, a traditional New York pizza or a pizza that is Neapolitan style, and salads, along with four beers on tap and signature cocktails. It has become a neighborhood restaurant and bar and has a happy hour from 5-6 p.m. Takeout available, of course.

61 Hill Street, Southampton, NY 11968
Dinner seven days from 5:30 p.m. Reservations recommended.

Tucked behind the movie house near the Southampton Inn, this small restaurant exudes Southampton. The prices are high enough to allow well-spaced tables, which adds to the elegant ambience. The owner and chef, Doug Gulija, is understandably proud that the cafe has been called the best seafood house on Long Island by Newsday and "better in every way" by Zagat. Everything, from the hot rolls to the sorbets, is made in-house, and the bar now has an innovative menu. Alfresco dining is an option.

32 Montauk Highway, Southampton, NY 11968
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 5:30 a.m.-11 p.m. Weekdays, 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. No reservations.

The Princess Diner, near the intersection where Route 27 makes a perpendicular turn, is the real thing, with a huge menu and friendly service. Its facade is an Art Deco gem. There are 15 different omelettes and burgers, about 20 salads, and everything from Greek specialties to lamb chops and T-bone steak. Except for some of the entrees, the prices are as low as they get.

210 Hampton Road, Southampton, NY 11968
Dinner seven nights a week from 5:30 p.m.

Red bar exemplifies the look of a sophisticated Hampton's house. Candlelight gives the dark interior a touch of romance, which attracts a young and frequently ebullient crowd. The menu offers innovative choices, such as grilled calamari with shaved fennel, argula, calabrian chilies, cerignola olives, lemon and olive oil. There's a crackling pork shank with whole grains, pumpkin, kale, and dried fruits. Truffled chicken breast with wild mushroom risotto and french beans, a customer favorite, is also offered. Red bar is owned by David Loewenberg and partners, who also own little red, Beacon, Fresno, and the Bell and Anchor.