The 5 Best Italian Restaurants In The Hamptons

Rachel Feinblatt | October 20, 2020 | Food & Drink


While we may not be able to take an annual trip to Italy this year, we can celebrate its culinary arts with a rich selection of favorite Italian dishes from these local spots. Obviously Carbone's famous spicy rigatoni is incredible (you didn't need us to tell you that), so here are some of the other best Italian restaurants in the Hamptons serving memorable pasta dishes.

Next time you're in the City, check our list of best Italian restaurants in NYC.


Centro Trattoria and Bar

Who doesn’t love a good, old-school bowl of bolognese? Centro Trattoria and Bar knows how to prepare that beloved dish like no other. Made with veal, beef, San Marzano tomatoes, cream, and grana padano it's a crowd favorite, for sure! For an authentic Italian experience, be sure to stop by.

336 W Montauk Hwy., Hampton Bays,


Nick and Toni's

Everyone loves Nick and Toni’s—since 1988, it has become not only an Italian staple but also a celebrity hotspot! Its Cuttlefish Spaccatelli on the menu is to die for; topped with fresh crab meat, wood-roasted cherry tomatoes, and Calabrian chili makes this a crowd favorite.

136 Main St., East Hampton,

See also: The 11 Best Italian Restaurants in Miami


Armin and Judy

You know what they say. New is better, and in Bridgehampton, it means Armin and Judy. The chef here has truly mastered the ultimate Cacio e Pepe—house-made fresh spaghetti, topped with 24-month aged Parmigiano Reggiano, fresh ground tellicherry peppercorn, finished with shaved Pecorino Romano. Its delicious aroma can be caught when you are driving on Montauk Highway!

1970 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton,


Tutto il Giorno

If you are looking for a more intimate and authentic Italian setting, Tutto il Giorno has you covered. Simple yet flavorful, its famous Spaghettone is mouthwatering, topped with “Scarpariello” sauce, Corbara cherry tomatoes, Pecorino, and Parmigiano.

16 Main St., Sag Harbor, 56 Nugent Street, Southampton,



This popular spot might not be Italian, but when you mix lobster and pasta it is amore in any language—and sure to be your new favorite entrée! Their Lobster Pasta is the real deal; topped with mint, chili, and fennel. 1020 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill,

Photography by: Courtesy of Nick and Toni's, Armin and Judy, Tutto il Giorno, Centro Trattoria, Calissa