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CLAUDE’S

Al­fresco din­ing at its best, us­ing in­gre­di­ents fresh from the on-site gar­den. 91 Hill St., 631-2836500; southamp­toninn.com

THE COAST GRILL

This har­bor­front restau­rant hasn’t changed the seafood menu much since open­ing in 1985—and with good rea­son. 1109 Noy­ack Road, 631-283-2277

JOBS LANE GASTROPUB

A per­fect spot for ele­gant Ital­ian cui­sine right at the beach, this restau­rant boasts an im­pres­sive wine and cock­tail menu to com­ple­ment any meal.

10 Wind­mill Lane, 631-2878703; job­slane­gas­tro.pub

KOZU

The menu here is in­fused with the fla­vors of Peru and Ja­pan. IN­SIDER TIP: Keep your eyes open for a joint ven­ture in NYC from Kozu owner Zach Er­dem and the Up­per East Side’s T-bar Steak & Lounge. 136 Main St., 631-619-6660

LE CHARLOT

The local out­post of the New York City fa­vorite serves bistro fare and Parisian am­bi­ence on the East End. 36 Main St., 631-353-3222; lechar­lot.us

LE CHEF

This French-con­ti­nen­tal bistro is pop­u­lar among local no­ta­bles, in­clud­ing Hi­laria and Alec Bald­win. 75 Jobs Lane, 631-2838581; lechef­bistro.com

LITTLE RED

En­joy the best of bistro fare at this ca­sual sis­ter restau­rant of the nearby Red Bar. 76-C Jobs Lane, 631-2833309; lit­tlered­southamp­ton.com

OREYA

With fla­vors rang­ing from Span­ish to Greek to Is­raeli, Oreya is like a tour of the Mediter­ranean in the heart of Southampton. 281 County Road 39A, 631-5009055; oreya­hamp­tons.com

THE PLAZA CAFÉ

A skill­ful menu of in­ven­tive seafood dishes is com­ple­mented by an ex­pertly cu­rated wine list. 61 Hill St., 631-283-9323; plaza­cafe.us

PUBLICK HOUSE

It’s brews and bar fare ga­lore at this pop­u­lar Southampton hang­out. 62 Jobs Lane, 631-2832800; publick.com

RED BAR BRASSERIE

With its comfort-driven menu, this has be­come a fam­ily fa­vorite. 210 Hamp­ton Road, 631-2830704; red­bar­brasserie.com

SANT AM­BROEUS

An ele­gant Ital­ian set­ting with a menu of re­fined dishes, plus panini, gelato, and espresso. 30 Main St., 631-283-1233; san­tam­broeus.com

75 MAIN

A pretty lo­cale for an even pret­tier crowd that comes for mod­ern Ital­ian cui­sine and ex­cel­lent ser­vice. 75 Main St., 631-283-7575; 75main.com

SIL­VER’S

Open only for lunch, Sil­ver’s doesn’t take reser­va­tions and is known above all for its lob­ster roll and soups. 15 Main St., 631283-6443; sil­ver­srestau­rant.com

SIP’N SODA

This fam­ily-run eatery has served diner fa­vorites, hearty break­fasts, and made-on-site ice cream for gen­er­a­tions. 40 Hamp­ton Road, 631-283-9752; sip­n­soda.com

SOUTHAMPTON SO­CIAL CLUB

Not only a pre­mier nightlife spot, Southampton So­cial Club, helmed by Ian Duke, of­fers clas­sic Amer­i­can fare along with live mu­sic and a size­able pa­tio space. 256 Elm St., 631-2871400; southamp­tonso­cial­club.com

TUTTO IL GIORNO

Owner Gabby Karan De Felice, daugh­ter of Donna Karan, over­sees this well-ap­pointed restau­rant, which serves ex­quis­ite Ital­ian food. IN­SIDER TIP: The mul­ti­ple din­ing rooms are gor­geous, but the ta­bles to score are on the pa­tio, with its rus­tic vibe and man­i­cured privet. 56 Nu­gent St., 631-377-3611; tut­toil­giorno.com

UNION CANTINA

Ian Duke, the owner of Southampton So­cial Club, and chef Scott Kampf team up for a Mex­i­can eatery. 40 Bow­den Sq., 631-377-3500; union­cantina.net

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