Our guide to the latest and greatest Sag Harbor has to offer.
Start your morning off right with a spin session by Ruth Zukerman, co-founder of Flywheel and SoulCycle, who’s teaching classes at Hamptons Gym Corp’s newly renovated spin studio (1 Bay St., Sag Harbor, hamptonsgymcorp.com). With classes complemented by new Spinner Chrono indoor bikes, this workout will make you feel like you’re riding outdoors.
Add a little spice to your day with new American taqueria K Pasa (2-8 Main St., Sag Harbor). Inspired by the all-day beach lifestyle of the East End, K Pasa serves tacos, empanadas, guac and, most importantly, tequila.
New clothing store Matriark (133 Main St., Sag Harbor, matriark.com) celebrates women by selecting options exclusively from female-owned companies. Across the street, Ryland Life Equipment (26 Madison St., Sag Harbor, rylandlife.com), a one-stop shop for mens’ needs, offers everything from high-end clothing to accessories and apothecary items.
Family friendly and fun, Ed’s Lobster Bar (1742 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike, Sag Harbor, lobsterbarnyc.com) takes over the former Bay Burger space. The lobster ravioli is the stuff of legend. It’s a great brunch option too. Feast on seafood at Ed’s Lobster Bar, like these fresh Atlantic Ocean oysters.
End your night with drinks at Tutto il Giorno (16 Main St., Sag Harbor, tuttoilgiorno.com). Perfect anytime, this hot spot turns into party central after 10 p.m. Tutto il Giorno’s spirited sips make it one of Sag Harbor’s buzzing late-night spots
Photography by: Photography by @matteophotographs; by etorres69/istock; by Eric Stiffler; By Hannah Schneider; Courtesy of Matriark; by Aurora and John