A charming, historic whaling village in The Hamptons
Located in the famous stretch of Long Island called The Hamptons, Sag Harbor, NY combines rich history, small-town community flair, and extraordinary views of the bay to create the unique yet stylish environment for which it is popular. Seasons bring warm, enjoyable summers and cold, wet winters and provide an ideal balance for its residents and visitors. Sag Harbor real estate spans a multitude of architectural types, including Greek Revival-inspired properties, charming cottages, and remarkable Victorian-style estates.
Sag Harbor supports a village environment most suitable for exclusive private living. Residents enjoy recreational activities on the bay, a vibrant downtown, and an active community— all just a short car ride away from the bustling momentum of New York City.
Experience New American fare at its finest in Sag Harbor’s Beacon, a seasonal eatery offering an upscale ambiance and impressive wine list. Admire incredible views of Sag Harbor from the restaurant as you dine on delectable entrees like baked halibut with sun-dried tomatoes, pork chop Milanese, and grilled prime New York strip steak. Outdoor dining is available at Tutto il Giorno, an Italian bistro offering a romantic, sophisticated aura and an expansive menu of Italian favorites. High-quality pasta dishes like risotto, butternut squash ravioli, and paccheri are available for dining enjoyment as well as fresh seafood like branzino and cioppino. Located in the heart of Sag Harbor is Meditterranean-inspired restaurant Lulu Kitchen & Bar. Delight in fresh, wood-fired cuisine and signature cocktails while dining in an ultra-refined atmosphere. Start off with soup du jour as an appetizer, bone-in halibut or grilled buttermilk chicken as a mouthwatering entree, and end with an apple tarte Tatin for two. Fine-dining and French fare go hand-in-hand at Le Bilboquet. With its sister locations featured on Forbes and The New York Times, this glitzy bistro provides five-star dining for all of its guests. Book a reservation to partake in exquisite bites of dry-aged ribeye steak, salmon, and red sofrito octopus, or share a serving of creamy chocolate mousse for dessert. After an incredible meal at one of the many restaurants home to Sag Harbor, purchase a ticket to a theatrical performance at Bay Street Theater. If you’d rather join in on the action, there are many workshops and classes offered, including singing, dancing, and acting lessons.
Take the family to watch the latest box office hit at Sag Harbor Cinema or grab a cocktail with friends at the theater’s third-floor bar lounge. Bordering the lounge is a terrace perfect for soaking in panoramic views of the bay and downtown Sag Harbor. Noyac Golf Club is perfect for spending a day golfing with friends. Tee off at its private 18-hole course or refine your skills at the club’s ultra-modern teaching facility. Maritime enthusiasts flock to the Long Wharf Village Pier to witness this iconic piece of whaling history before meandering through the stretch of marinas nestled along the bay. Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical Museum provides seasonal exhibits dedicated to conveying the village’s nautical culture, so be sure to visit for an in-depth history lesson during its in-season months. The village provides a range of festivals for community members of all ages, including resident-favorite HarborFrost, an annual winter celebration featuring ice carving events, scavenger hunts, a DJ-led dance party, and a professional fireworks presentation over the harbor.
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