Sag Harbor menus
A Food & Wine writer who lives part-time in the Hamptons shares her essential addresses.
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With so many amazing pasta dishes and so little time to eat them all, Hamptons Magazine says that there’s no reason to cut the carbs this summer.
Wölffer Kitchen is lauded for its ambiance, aesthetic and philosophy of creating food to go with wine, and not the other way around.
In the latest review by the New York Times, Wölffer Kitchen is praised for both its "style and substance."
Nick Martin, principal of Martin Architects, shares insights about bringing the restaurant to life.
The New York Times calls Wölffer Kitchen "one of the most anticipated openings of the season."
Travel + Leisure says our menu "fuses American and Mediterranean flavors, with an emphasis on locally sourced ingredients and an extensive list of wines—60 percent from Long Island."
Joey Wölffer tells Hamptons Magazine of Sag Harbor's "Bohemian Hamptons vibe" that makes it "the place to be. I wouldn't have done the restaurant in any other town," Joey says.
Architectural Digest notes "a high-low mix [of materials] that keeps the space from feeling too serious (and) a floral wall mural (that) adds a touch of whimsy."