The countdown is on. T-minus one week until Memorial Day Weekend in the Hamptons. Technically eight days, but I think we can agree that the weekend officially starts on Thursday. Buckle up for another amazing season full of beach days, good food, long nights, and maybe one too many tequila shots.
Tacos and Tequila - My Favorite Duo
Speaking of tequila shots, Hideaway Montauk is opening for its 2023 season tomorrow, May 19th. Located in the Diamond Cove Marina, the Hideaway offers traditional Mexican food and a variety of specials using local, fresh ingredients. The fact that they make their tortillas fresh every day is reason enough to add the Hideway to your Montauk Musts.
If you couldn’t tell by the array of film photos they have showcased across their Instagram, the staff and customers certainly know how to have fun. We can expect nothing less of a great time from their season opener with live music by Nora Colon, Cecilia Grace, Miss Melody Rose, and Karais James followed by two DJS, Iooss and Emil Suko. Maybe you’ll even make it in one of their film photos.
To check out their menu, click HERE.
Why Have Only One Dining Experience When You Can Have Ten?
Rosie’s in and of itself is a classic East Hampton restaurant offering traditional American cuisine. However, Rosie’s sets itself apart with the pop-up series it hosts, bringing in amazing chefs from all over NYC and meals you would normally have to travel out of the Hamptons for. Rosie’s is making it easy for all of us by bringing the city out East. They have curated ten unique dining experiences this summer with each pop-up lasting two weeks. The menus for each will consist of a pre-fixe family-style cuisine.
Here is the lineup for this summer’s pop-up series:
Bottino: May 25-28 & June 1-4
Rangoon: June 8-11 & June 15-18
Jia: June 22-25 & June 29-July 2
odo: July 5-9 & July 12-16
Isabelle’s Osteria: July 20-23 & July 27-30
Wayan: August 3-6 & August 10-13
Charlie Bird: August 17-20 & August 24-27
Leland Eating & Drinking House: August 31-September 3 & September 7-10
Wayla: September 14-17 & September 21-24
Little Owl: September 28-30
Note: This pop-up series will be hosted for dinners only, Thursday - Sunday.
To read more about each restaurant, click HERE.
Their winter series sold out nearly every week, so make sure to make your reservations now! To reserve a spot, click HERE.
How Could You Pass Up a View Like That?
Opening just in time for Memorial Day Weekend, The Crow’s Nest Hotel and Restaurant will open next Thursday, May 25th. The hotel's prime location provides a front-row seat to Lake Montauk, showing off the stunning coastal views. The Crow's Nest offers a range of stylish accommodations from cozy beach bungalows to spacious suites.
This beachside retreat is also home to its renowned restaurant. With a focus on farm-to-table cuisine, the menu showcases fresh, locally sourced ingredients ranging from their Lobster Tagliatelle to their Mediterranean Mezza Platter. In my opinion, the place to be is outside on their patio and more specifically on their lawn where their four tops are situated under elegant wooden cabanas.
The Crow’s Nest Restaurant takes walk-ins only.
To take a look at the menu, click HERE.
To view their hotel accommodations, click HERE.
Time to Sweat it Out
With the culture that comes along with the Hamptons, it’s important to sweat it out here and there. To get you ready for Memorial Day Weekend, SoulCycle’s “The Barn” is making its return next Friday, May 26th. Perfect for a pre-weekend sweat.
SoulCycle has revolutionized indoor cycling, offering a workout experience that goes beyond just fitness. The Barn is also SoulCycle’s largest studio coming in with 2,200 square-foot and multiples levels. They are clearly not messing around. This summer, The Barn is offering unique fitness events and retail experiences as they partner with various fitness and athleisure brands.
To check their upcoming schedule and to book a class, click HERE.
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