The Roundup

7 Things You Have to Do in the Hamptons This Summer

by Laura Euler
Jelly croissants from Montauk Bake Shoppe. Photo:

We're with our pals at Eater and PureWow. And if you're not already in the mood for a free airfare, complimentary car service, and a super chic retreat in the Hamptons, we got a list of East End must-dos from editor Laura Euler.


Crullers at
The Plaza, Montauk; +1-631-668-2439
The owners insist they're jelly croissants, and while they are crescent-shaped, they're fried in classic doughnut-style. (I consider them crullers.) No matter what you call them, they're utterly delicious.

Sandwiches at
207 Main St., Amagansett; +1-631-267-8796
I recommend the chicken salad with grapes, and while you're there, grab one of their fantastic cupcakes. Not the coconut one — that's mine.

Dave Wakeling


Ocean View Farm, 551 Montauk Hwy., Amagansett; +1-631-267-3117
As an '80s alternative girl, I grew up skanking to the sounds of the English Beat. July 20th is the Rock the Farm concert at Ocean View Farm featuring Dave Wakeling and Co. The concert benefits . Go ahead and .

Martha Clara Vineyards, 6025 Sound Ave., Riverhead; +1-631-599-9297
I am freaking out over this summer's benefit concert featuring Nile Rodgers + Chic. It's happening August 19th from 5 p.m. at Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead. There's also going to be a plethora of food trucks there.


Wharf Shop

Shopping in Sag Harbor
I love the quaintness of this old whaling village. I feel like a kid again poking around in the variety store — so few left of this type of shop. Favorites include: buying shells in (11 Washington St.; +1-631-725-9504), and looking at dollhouses in the (69A Main St.; +1-631-725-0420). For more grownup shopping, I head to gorgeous vintage and new interiors boutique  (40 Madison St.; +1-631-808-3333).


Gin Beach
541 E. Lake Drive, Montauk
This is the beach where I grew up, and no summer is complete without a few solid beach days here. Yes, loving the beach is a cliché — but for good reasons. There is no place more relaxing or better loved than a Montauk beach. As Isak Dinesen said, "The cure for anything is salt water: tears, sweat, or the sea."

East Hampton Fire Department Fireworks
Main Beach, East Hampton
I love ending the summer with a bang at the fireworks show put on by the East Hampton Fire Department at Main Beach. It's always the Saturday before Labor Day, and while its bittersweet to think about a Hamptons summer drawing to a close, the fireworks tradition makes it something to look forward to. 

Gin Beach

The author and her siblings circa 1976. It was a lot less crowded back then.


Inset photos (from top): Dave Wakeling by ; Courtesy of Wharf Shop

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