SAG HAR­BOR

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THE AMER­I­CAN HO­TEL

One of the most im­pres­sive wine lists in the coun­try and a chef with a pres­ti­gious pedi­gree are just two el­e­ments that make this a long-stand­ing French fa­vorite. The cov­eted seats on the porch, over­look­ing the town, and the more for­mal in­door din­ing room are al­ways packed with din­ers happy to lis­ten to live mu­sic from the in-house pi­ano player. 49 Main St., 631-7253535; theam­er­i­can­ho­tel.com

BARON’S COVE

This ho­tel is home to an ex­quis­ite all-amer­i­can restau­rant, lounge, and bar. The first floor houses a living room with an out­door area per­fect for cock­tails, while the up­stairs din­ing

room con­tains oceanic el­e­ments through­out. 31 W. Wa­ter St., 631-725-2101; baron­scove.com

THE BEACON

Lo­cated right on the wa­ter, this clas­sic bistro is noted for its seafood, par­tic­u­larly the mus­sels. IN­SIDER TIP: There are no reser­va­tions here, so ar­rive early, give them your name, and en­joy a cock­tail over­look­ing the ma­rina. 8 W. Wa­ter St., 631-725- 7088; bea­con­saghar­bor.com

THE BELL & AN­CHOR

At the Beacon’s sis­ter restau­rant, owner David Loewen­berg leads the first-class ser­vice, while part­ner Sam Mc­cle­land over­sees the kitchen. The seafood menu, fea­tur­ing flash-fried cala­mari, lob­ster, and fresh catch from Montauk, al­ways draws a crowd. 3253 Noyac Road, 631-725-3400; bel­lan­dan­chor.com

DOCKSIDE BAR & GRILL

This bustling seafood eatery of­fers wa­ter­front views and a pa­tio inside an Amer­i­can Le­gion build­ing. 26 Bay St., 631-725-7100; dock­sidesaghar­bor.com

DOPO LA SPI­AG­GIA

Fresh pasta and au­then­tic Ital­ian cui­sine make this a go-to spot for a meal with friends and fam­ily. 6 Bay St., 631-725-7009; dopo­laspi­ag­gia.com

ESTIA’S LITTLE KITCHEN

Au­then­tic paella, tur­tle rolls, and tor­tilla soup are high­lights at this fam­ily-style spot with a stand­out break­fast. 1615 Bridge­hamp­ton-sag Har­bor Tpk., 631-725-1045; es­tias.com

LE BIL­BO­QUET

One of NYC’S most pop­u­lar French bistros makes its Sag Har­bor de­but. Owner Philippe Del­grange is bring­ing many fa­vorites, giv­ing Hamptonites the chance to en­joy his beef carpac­cio and Dover sole from a perch on the bay. 1 Long Wharf, 631-808-3767

LT BURGER

Mouth­wa­ter­ing burg­ers and ir­re­sistible milk shakes an­chor this ca­sual eat-in or take-out hot spot in Sag Har­bor. The child-friendly vibe makes it a fam­ily fa­vorite. 62 Main St., 631-899-4646; lt­burger.com

LULU KITCHEN & BAR

This bistro fea­tures a wood-burn­ing grill and oven to give ev­ery dish that per­fect sum­mer fla­vor. Chef Philippe Cor­bet’s menu keeps the sunny vibe go­ing with Mediter­ranean-in­spired dishes, such as the veg­etable pot-au-feu. 126 Main St., 631-725-0900; lu­lusaghar­bor.com

MUSE IN THE HAR­BOR

A rus­tic Main Street sta­ple of­fer­ing New Amer­i­can plates by chef Matthew Guiffrida. 16 Main St., 631-899-4810; mu­seinthe­har­bor.com

PAGE AT 63 MAIN

The New Amer­i­can dishes fea­ture hy­per­local veg­eta­bles, grown on the bistro’s in-house aquaponic pro­duce wall. 63 Main St., 631-725-1810; page63­main.com

SEN

The head chef, known sim­ply as Tora-san, crafts an in­cred­i­bly di­verse seafood menu. 23 Main St., 631-7251774; sen­restau­rant.com

WÖLF­FER KITCHEN

The East End’s first win­ery-owned restau­rant com­bines seafood-fo­cused dishes with sus­tain­ably pro­duced wines. 29 Main St., 631-725-0101; wolf­fer­k­itchen.com

Gur­ney’s Montauk Re­sort & Seawa­ter Spa

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