In addition to the pizzas, Dopo Il Ponte’s menu also features a selection of classic Italian dishes.
Maurizio Marfoglia’s latest Hamptons eatery, Dopo Il Ponte, brings the heat with a full menu of Italian classics and wood-burning-oven pizzas.
Everyone knows that good things come in threes, and the debut of Dopo Il Ponte proves exactly that. Brainchild of Maurizio Marfoglia—the restaurateur and chef known for his other iconic Hamptons spots Dopo La Spiaggia and Dopo Argento—this latest addition to the Italian trifecta brings classic tastes to the table while mixing it up with its brand-new addition of woodburning- oven pizzas.
Dopo Il Ponte features a mix of indoor and outdoor seating
Taking over World Pie’s coveted location on Main Street in Bridgehampton, this reimagined eatery seamlessly blends the Hamptons’ serene style with the exuberant atmosphere of a downtown pizzeria. Inside, the walls are lined with polished white tiles, while crocheted lighting, pops of blue and romantic foliage fill the space. One of the most notable new additions is a concrete bar that is perfect for an afternoon pick-me-up, and the pizza oven outlined in airy Italian tiles. With indoor and outdoor seating available, there’s ample amount of space for family and friends to come share a slice—or two.
As for what’s on the menu? Choose from an impressive dinner lineup of antipasti, secondi, primi and contorni. Indulge in Italian classics like the wood- fired eggplant prepared with parmigiana with San Marzano tomato, mozzarella di bufala, Parmigiano and fresh basil, or the barbabietole with beets tartare, roasted walnut, apple, beet sauce and fried Loire Valley goat cheese.
New on the menu is an eclectic and delicious mix of wood-burning-oven pizzas.
If you’re looking to share a pie with the table, the lunch menu is for you. Stepping into the spotlight are the pizze a legna mouthwatering bites. Chow down on the San Daniele topped with 36-month-aged San Daniele prosciutto, wild arugula and “DOP” Fontina Valdostana, or stick to tradition with the margherita baked with San Marzano, mozzarella di bufala and basil. Whatever you choose, don’t forget to pair it with one of the restaurant’s signature cocktails or wine. 2402 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, 631.536.6066, ilpontehamptons.com
Interior details include a new woodburning oven and concrete bar