Red,White and Food

The Fourth of July holiday weekend is almost upon us, I for one, can already smell the charcoal of the barbeque, see the glimmer of a sparkler and hear the crackle of a fire work that one can only assume were purchased from neighboring states. It is a day which signifies our countries day of independence, where life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness became available to all. In honor of this national holiday, we celebrate our countries heritage with the All-American taste of The Hamptons.


Many believe if you can’t find a good lobster roll on Long Island you just can’t find it anywhere. The Lobster Roll Restaurant, fondly known as LUNCH of Amagansett, knows this belief to be true because they created it. Credited by The American Dictionary of Food and Drink, This American Icon has perfected the art of the cold lobster roll using 100% real lobster meat and a 50-year-old recipe that brings the masses to this relaxed beach side eatery season after season. Come in and learn first hand why day trippers and The Hampton elite are quickly hooked on this east coast seafood institution.


Townline BBQ is a welcome distraction from the traffic leading into The Hamptons. Located right off Montauk Highway, in Sagaponack, this barbeque joint will be sure to have your mouth salivating before reaching your final destination. No, really, you’ll smell the smoker from a mile away. A sibling to The Hampton hotspot Nick and Toni’s, Townline BBQ offers a more casual rustic setting with a selection of smoked meats, Texas style ribs and plenty of fixings to match. For those of you of hoping to partake in a patriotic beach-side celebration with a side of barbeque, you may be in luck as Townline BBQ now offers a beachside delivery to East Hampton Main Beach. Our founding fathers would be pleased.

The Lobster Roll Restaurant
1980 Montauk Highway
Amagansett, NY 11930

Townline BBQ
3593 Montauk Highway
Sagaponack, NY 11962