How To Celebrate Mother's Day In The Hamptons

Sam MacKinnon, Lauren Epstein, Rachel Feinblatt | April 26, 2021 | Lifestyle Feature

These are the best five places to stop by in the Hamptons as you plan for the perfect Mother’s Day.

For Flowers: Sag Harbor Florist

Owner and Creative Director of Sag Harbor Florist Anastasia Casale has been in the flower game for the past 25 years, 15 of which has been in Sag Harbor’s premiere shop. Casale focuses on the wants and needs of her clients through constant questioning and catering to their desires, setting her business apart from the rest. With an unparalleled aesthetic of her own, Casale will provide the perfect Mother’s Day Bouquet. 3 Bay St., Sag Harbor

For Brunch: Pierre’s

Brunch is a staple of any Mother’s Day Celebration, and when looking for the best spot in the Hamptons, it feels necessary to land on Pierre’s. Featuring an amalgamation of brunch classics and luxury options with a quintessentially french spin, Pierre’s is in a league of their own. Munch on their broiled lobster with fries and kick back with a mimosa on a Sunday you won’t soon forget. 2468 Main St., Bridgehampton

For A Gourmet Meal: Citarella

The owner of Citarella gourmet markets, which started as a single seafood shop on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, Joe Gurrera has been buying, handling, cooking and enjoying fresh local fish for years—from working in his family’s Greenwich Village fish shop as a child to now, as a 40-year veteran of the seafood business. Their gourmet goods are sure to be a hit this Mother’s Day. 2 Pantigo Road, East Hamtpon

See also: 3 Mother's Day Brunch Recipes To Make This Sunday

For Gifts: London Jewelers

When it comes to finding the perfect gift for Mother’s Day, London Jewelers in Easthampton has the best variety of pieces available in the South Fork. Their selection of fine jewelry and watches features iconic brands like Rolex, Patek Philippe, Cartier and Bulgari. Take Mom out to their backyard terrace to soak in the sun while shopping for that perfect gift. 2 Main St., East Hampton

For Dinner: Bamboo

New on the Southampton scene but more experienced than many, Bamboo has become one of the hottest sushi destinations in less than a year. The menu is truly the star. We recommend starting with some teriyaki chicken lettuce cups, adding some crazy dumplings in the middle, and finishing off with a signature Bamboo roll. Don't just take our word for it—or the word of everyone raving on the street. Come through for dine-in or pick-up Tuesday through Sunday, and feel the real Bamboo experience. 76C Jobs Lane, Southampton

Photography by: Zoe Schaeffer