The building, just steps from the train depot, was originally the Southampton Village Hall. Its dining room has wainscoting, ceiling fans, and lots of candlelight. You can also eat on the patio, though tables there are hard to snag. Wood-oven-roasted Long Island duckling, miso-glazed monkfish with soba noodles, and spinach fettuccine with beef tenderloin are all noteworthy. The wildberry tart is sublime.
268 Elm St., Southampton, New York, 11968, United States