The sceniest of all, Moby's is once again raising the bar on chilling.
Moby’s Lodge marries design, food and vibe in one sexy space.
Though your chances of making it to St. Moritz’s Dracula or Cloud 9 in Aspen are fairly slim this season, an evening at the newish Moby’s Lodge in East Hampton might be the closest you’ll come to those sexy alpine vibes beloved by many. Thanks to Moby’s co-owner Lincoln Pilcher and chef Mark Ladner, last summer’s “it” place is embracing the frostier weather by turning up the heat on chilling out East while making the most of its enclosed patio space. With seating for 40 guests in both dining table and lounge configurations, the deck—with expansive windows on two sides—is accommodating, covered and altogether très cozy. Elevating the heat factor is the combination of sleek interiors, where midcentury modern furniture mingles with rich textiles, and the rustic menu that features heartier fare and tummy-warming cocktails like the maple Old-Fashioned and hot toddy. Speaking of hotties... the Lodge is quickly becoming an unofficial place of choice for the genetically blessed locals. But don’t take our word for it. Check out the sizzle before it ends this Thanksgiving weekend. 341 Pantigo Road, East Hampton