Appetito Italiano! Check out Haute Living’s choice for the top 5 Italian restaurants in the Hamptons.
1 75 Main Restaurant & Lounge
75 Main Restaurant & Lounge is not just a place you go to eat a delicious Italian meal – it is also a Hampton hot-spot. On top of wonderful food, the venue is home to great music, dancing, nightlife and an overall top-notch experience. It is obviously no surprise that 75 Main is a celebrity attraction, catering to an array of big-name guests like Angelina Jolie, Tila Tequila and Leonardo DiCaprio.
Food-wise, 75 Main also dominates The Hamptons. It is an Italian restaurant yet the menu is infused with cuisine from every corner. Menu highlights include Koast Littleneck Clams, Dried Fruit Roast Vegetables and the Pan Roast Alaskan Halibut. 75 Main also boats a fabulous
75 Main Street
Southampton, NY 11968
2 Casa Basso
Casa Basso is known for its 80+ years of history serving Italian food, including the 18th century castle and historic statues in its location. The wide-ranged menu features beef, pork, veal, pasta, poultry, lamb and seafood – so you really won’t have trouble finding the right dish to hit the spot. The atmosphere is elegant, romantic and calm – Casa Basso has all the ingredients you need for a great Italian dining experience.
59 Montauk Highway Westhampton, NY 11977
3 Harvest on Fort Pond
Harvest on Fort Pond is located on Montauk’s Fort Pond, dazzling guests with optimum scenery. The food is prepared freshly and locally with ingredients from the restaurant’s gardens, and is made under the hand of Chef Jake Williams. The award-winning menu changes by the season and is traditionally Italian with an emphasis on Mediterranean cooking. Harvest on Fort Pond boasts diversity, taking influences from France, Spain, Greece, Turkey and Portugal. Try the mouthwatering Pork Tenderloin, Apricot Apple Chutney with Watercress Pine Nut Salad and Spanish Prosciutto and you are guaranteed the most deluxe freshness you’ve ever tasted.
11 South Emery Street Montauk, NY 11954
4 Robert's Restaurant
Robert’s Restaurant boasts “coastal cuisine” for its support of local farmers and winemakers. Its pastas and pastry are handcrafted by Chef de Cuisine Natalie Byrnes. The menu features a heavy list of creative dishes, including the Cornmeal-Crusted Local Calamari w/Tomatoes, Basil, & Black Olives antipasti and the Fresh Tagliatelle w/ Black Summer Truffles, Parmesan & Truffle Oil as a main course.
755 Montauk Hwy.
Watermill, NY 11976
5 Sant Ambroeus
The Sant Ambroeus location in the Hamptons has indoor and outdoor seating. The main indoor dining room is surrounded with the Hurricane series paintings by renowned artist Clifford Ross. Both settings exude a traditional Italian romance dining experience. The Milanese menu is prepared by Chef Mario Danieli and features Sant Ambroeus’ legendary desserts and gelato. There is also a fine cappuccino bar to top off your meal. Just as a preview, one of Sant Ambroeus’ original Milanese dishes is the Cotoletta Sant Ambroeus – breaded veal chop Milanese with rucola and tomatoes.
30 Main St Southampton, NY 11968