Location Spotlight: Bridgehampton & Sagaponack

Bridgehampton NY Beach
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A Guide to Bridgehampton and Sagaponack

The best of both worlds, Bridgehampton and Sagaponack sit on the beach, rolling deep into the center of the island with farmland ideal for that equine life. The ole rollercoaster known as Montauk Highway will take you through both little hamlets. Bridgehampton gives you that high-end lifestyle and Sagaponack is the coastal grandmother vibe you’ve been looking for. If you’re someone who likes piña coladas, but you actually are into yoga, these are the places for you. 

Madoo Conservancy by Mick Hales
Courtesy of Mick Hales

What to do:

Hamptons Trapeze Co

Ever considered a potential runaway to an ethical circus? Hasn’t everyone. A flying trapeze is the perfect summer activity to get you started on your new career venture. Don’t worry though, there’s no ring of fire for you to fly through here.

The Madoo Conservancy

Gardens on gardens on gardens. Are you eyes exhausted from the views of perfect lawns and landscapes? Embrace yourself in all the colors with a stroll through this historic East End conservancy.

Wölffer Estate

Wine produced with the Atlantic breeze, a vineyard with a view that could knock your socks off, and a tasting room to indulge. It’s Wine Stand may be your new go-to summer destination. Head on over for a sunset picnic and to taste the magic for yourself. 

Hotel Room at A Room at the Beach hotel
Courtesy of A Room at the Beach

Where to stay:

Topping Rose House

Workout classes, a pool for a fancy dive or two, and farm-to-table foods. It’s classy, elegant, and relaxing. Sleep like a baby at this hotel and receive a real Hamptons-esque experience.

A Room at the Beach

If you’re more of a modern traveler, not much compares to this boutique hotel. Snag one of its ten rooms for yourself and experience the heart of Bridgehampton just a few steps away from the beach. Not a bad way to spend an afternoon. 

Bridgehampton Inn

A cozy bed with chef-crafted meals? This historic hotel has just that and more. From shopping to beach lounging, lose your worry of gas prices. This Inn is located in the middle of everything and only requires the art of walking.

Courtesy of Old Stove Pub

Where to eat:

Round Swamp Farm (Bridgehampton Location)

Family-run, fresh, and locally sourced. Whatever your cravings, you can count on this market and bake shop to suit your hunger needs. Rooted in generational ties, it’s must-try on the East End.

Old Stove Pub

Pretty charming place. Located right on Montauk Highway, it’s a no-brainer for an evening outing. Snag yourself a jumbo-lump crab cake for brunch. Fresh as it gets.


Good food, good mood. Or so the saying goes. Well, this farm-to-table restaurant will certainly cure your hangry mood, and has been doing so for over twenty years. This Bridgehampton staple is a must-try on the East End.