6 Fun-Filled Things To Do On a Snow Day in The Hamptons

Rachel Feinblatt | January 27, 2021 | Lifestyle


Life’s not about waiting for the storm to pass. It’s about learning how to dance in the snow! Cold weather does not mean that fun is cancelled.

Here is our itinerary of the perfect snowy day.

10 a.m.: Sledding

1370A Majors Path / Website

You know what they say. The early bird gets the best snow - or something along those lines. Bring your sled, mittens and snow pants to SYS Rec Center on Majors Path in North Sea for the ultimate hills and thrills. Get there early, because this is a Hamptons sledding hot spot, for sure. Remember, you are never too old to go sledding.

3 p.m.: Hot Chocolate at Mary’s Marvelous

107 Newtown Lane, East Hampton / Website

Everyone loves a cup of hot chocolate, especially when times are chilly. Stay warm with Mary’s Marvelous famous hot chocolate. The perfect complement to all of the eatery’s yummy pastry offerings, this toasty sip will remind you of childhood holiday fun.

5 p.m.: Sit by The 1770 House Fireplace

94 Main St., East Hampton / Website

Stay a while, kick back and warm up by the The 1770 House's fireplace. This fireplace will have you rosy in the cheeks, full of coziness and nostalgia. The scene is inspiring, especially with a glass of wine in hand. You will not want to leave. Enjoy a drink with friends or family, and clink to unforgettable winter memories.

7 p.m.: Dinner Box from Nick and Toni’s

136 Main St., East Hampton / Website

Make it a pizza party, Nick and Toni’s style! Bundle up in your PJs and relax at home with this East Hampton favorite's At Home Dinner for 2 and Pizza boxes. Wednesday through Sunday, Nick and Toni’s has two cool options for the perfect cozy dinner. In addition to the takeout menu, DIY Pizza Kits for two are available. The kit comes with Nick & Toni’s Caesar salad, pizza dough, pomodoro sauce, fresh mozzarella and instructions on baking the perfect pizza. Place your order online.

9 p.m.: Movie Time!

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Have you seen The Artist’s Wife? Claire, played by distinguished Swedish actress Lena Olin, tells of the struggle between her and her husband’s painting careers. Richard Smythson, played by none other than Bruce Dern, is successful but temperamental, beautifully showcasing the mental constraints that interfere with the character's artistic capability. The film was shot in East Hampton winter, so you'll enjoy catching glimpses of your favorite spots. Look out for Citarella and other local gems! Cozy up with a warm blanket and hit play. This film is a must-see.

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