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A 200-year-old lighthouse serves as a beacon for the Long Island town of Montauk, where fishing, beachcombing, kayaking and surfing vie for your attention. Pack a camera and binoculars for seal-watching walks in Montauk Point State Park during the winter. Second House, a 1700s cottage built for East Hampton shepherds, adds to the local history. Summer brings live music to the town's pubs and cafés. Hither Hills State Park provides access to ocean swimming, a 40-acre freshwater pond and camp sites.
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- ByEaterThe Hamptons’ 16 Essential RestaurantsAs soon as Memorial Day hits, New Yorkers flock to the Hamptons beaches for some summer escape. The farmlands, fields, and waters of the East End have always been a dream for chefs, providing them with seafood and produce — farm-to-table is rarely a shorter trip. Thus, an increasing number of restaurants has opened in the area, serving cuisines ranging from Mexican and Asian and bringing versions of high-end urban dining meccas to the area. Below, a look at some of the best, from luxe Tutto Il Giorno in Southampton to family-style Duryea’s in Montauk. https://ny.eater.com/maps/best-restaurants-hamptons16 items
- ByThrillistThe Best Beaches on Long IslandNew York City doesn’t get enough credit for its miles and miles of beaches. We’ve got sand and shore accessible with the swipe of a MetroCard. But when max relaxation calls for a beach day a little farther away, look no further than the isle of Long. Long Island has more beaches than exits on the L.I.E., so choosing the right one for you can be a chore. Each spot has a distinct vibe, pace, and flavor, and one wrong move can turn your staycation into a summer bummer. Here, you’ll find everything you need to know before you go. Whether you’re looking to eat and drink the day away, have some family fun in the sun, catch a glimpse of your favorite celebrity or even Alec Baldwin, take in a little nature, or make it a real rager, these are the best Long Island beaches to suit every mood. https://www.thrillist.com/travel/new-york/best-beaches-in-long-island12 items
- ByWine EnthusiastWine and Beach Destination: Long Island, NYGuide: https://enth.to/WineBeachDestinations A summer playground of New Yorkers and international jetsetters, Long Island’s South Fork—and more specifically destinations considered the “Hamptons,” even if they stretch beyond the multiple towns that include that word—is home to some of America’s most expensive beachfront real estate. Though few establishments sit directly on the beach, the sand dunes of the Atlantic are never far from you and a glass of rosé.10 items