Sag Harbor

Formerly a whaling port, Sag Harbor is now a vibrant waterfront community with stunning beachfronts, a lively shopping and antiquing area, and plenty of green space.

 

Transportation

The easiest way to get to Sag Harbor is via the LIRR, or on one of the three Hampton buses that run out of Manhattan (Hampton Jitney, Hampton Ambassador, and the Hampton Luxury Liner.) Or if you’re feeling something a little more exclusive, there’s always the option of flying in via helicopter through BLADE.

 

Cultural Sites & Landmarks

The Sag Harbor Farmer’s Market is a must-see, as well as its variety of vintage and antique stores that make for a perfect afternoon of shopping. Be sure to check out Ruby Beets and Black Swan in particular! It’s also a highly kid-friendly area; the Sag Harbor Variety Store is a long-standing shop that sells small toys and other quirky items. For nature lovers, you can’t miss the LongHouse Reserve, which features outdoor sculptures and manicured gardens, and North Haven Village Park for walking trails and tennis court access. Sag Harbor's most popular beaches are Long Beach and Sag Harbor Cove.

 

Dining & Nightlife

Sag Harbor’s The Beacon is the ultimate waterfront dining destination, with a hopping bar scene and an upscale feel. For a more casual spot, check out LT Burger for a classic burger and fries in a sleek setting. Another crowd favorite is Dockside Bar and Grill, a seafood establishment located inside the American Legion Hall with prize-winning chowder and patio seating.

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