55 Best Places to Shop in Long Island, New York

Americana Manhasset

Fodor's choice

Immortalized as the "miracle mile" in Long Island–native Billy Joel's song "It's Still Rock and Roll to Me," is the ultimate shopping destination for the Gold Coast elite. Burberry, Chanel, Coach, Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Yves St. Laurent are among the dozens of upscale shops for the rich, famous, and merely fabulous.

Alice + Olivia

This hip store offers fun and funky women's clothing hot off the runway. $1,098 leather pants? $498 jumpsuit? No problem—this is the Hamptons.

Amagansett Square

Beneath the 200-year-old elm and chestnut trees at Amagansett Square are clothing, shoe, flower, and gift shops, a music store, salon/spa, yoga studio, and several food and beverage shops. Special events include movies on the lawn, Easter egg hunts, and Santa visits.

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Animal Rescue Fund Thrift Shop

High-end treaures can be found here at bargain prices, including antique furniture and "household smalls" like china and lamps, paintings, and designer and everday clothing. The items are mostly secondhand, but castoffs in the Hamptons can be pretty fabulous; merchants donate new clothing too. Jackie's Barking Bargains is a spot for special savings, including items that may need some TLC. All proceeds help subsidize the operating costs of the animal shelter in Wainscott. New stock goes on show on Tuesday and Thursday.

17 Poxabogue Ln., Sagaponack, New York, 11976, USA

Around Again

A combination of new and vintage women's and men's clothing and accessories and a random assortment of tchotchkes make this store, located on the harbor, a destination for fun and funky finds. Stock rotates quickly, keeping its loyal fans and friends coming back.

Baby Shock/Shock Kids

This store is crowded with all manner of stylish clothing and accessories for babies, kids, and tweens and many special gift items. You'll find yourself "#happy" (as one of their kiddie tees reads), especially if you follow the big hopscotch board around back to their ice cream shop.

99 Main St., Westhampton Beach, New York, 11978, USA

Beall & Bell

There's a reason why this antiques shop is where style gurus go for inspiration—the owners source serious treasures from the area, where many of the grand houses have been passed down through the generations and have valuable and unique odds and ends in their attics, some going back centuries.

Black Cat Books

Browse for a favorite volume or a new find at this discriminating used-book store.

54 N. Ferry Rd., Shelter Island, New York, 11964, USA

Blue Duck Bakery and Café

It's hard not to be drawn in by the smell of fresh-baked bread and pastries, and Blue Duck Bakery and Café is the place to pick up that perfect "thank you" dessert or breakfast indulgence. It's worth a special journey for the rugelach alone.

Book Revue

One of the largest independent bookstores in the country, is an important community fixture, thanks to a comfortable environment that lends itself to browsing new and used books, an excellent children's section, quirky murals, a café, and readings by renowned authors.

313 New York Ave., Huntington, New York, 11743, USA


Fully stocked, this bookstore has a friendly and knowledgable staff and hosts author events and book clubs around town.


The people here love books, and they love helping you find just the right book to suit your whim. The independent shop combines an autonomous spirit with chain-store selection and pricing (hardcovers are always 20% off). There's plenty of contemporary fiction and nonfiction, as well as classical literature, cookbooks, children's books, and titles on the Hamptons. Join in on author events, book clubs, or arrange private author parties

Books & Books

The Hamptons attract a lot of writers, and no doubt a lot of them frequent this bookstore with "no cafés, no kitsch," which is co-owned and operated by a pair of locals who happen to be former book-publishing executives. A great kids room will keep the little ones entertained for hours, and author events are held here throughout the year.

130 Main St., Westhampton Beach, New York, 11978, USA
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Rate Includes: Closed Tues. off-season

Breezin' Up

Easy breezy, beachy clothing and housewares are the theme of this summery shop, and its high-quality Sag Harbor-branded items make a perfect souvenir. To bring the beach home with you, pick up some Hamptons Girl perfume—it smells like summer in a bottle.

Bubba Browns Treasures

Among the many antiques shops in Port Washington is which sells artwork, vintage Italian silks, Victorian ephemera, chandeliers, and plenty of decorative angels. The shop occupies two stores separated by a garden filled with stone angels, bronze statuary, Victorian garden furniture, and fountains.

302 Main St., Port Washington, New York, 11050, USA
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Rate Includes: Monday-Saturday from 10am-6pm, Sundays from 12-5pm

Canio's Books

For more than three decades this bookshop has been a cornerstone of Sag Harbor's literary and artistic commnity. It carries new and used poetry, literary fiction, art, nature, and history books as well as cookbooks. Readings and other events, including art shows and children's programs are regularly scheduled.

Captain Kid Toys

Even grown-ups will get sucked into this fun little shop. The harborside Captain Kid Toys brims with such fabulous toys, colorful trinkets, and artistic and educational kits, it's hard to say no.

484 W Lake Dr,, Montauk, New York, 11954, USA

Fish City

It's tight and often crowded, but this little shop at Gosman's Dock is filled with the type of fun, affordable, beachy kind of knickknacks and casual clothing and accessories that you want to bring home from your vacation.


This fun shop carries whimsical clothing, accessories, and toys for adults, kids, and babies, including Balinese Batik designs and beautifully scented candles, soaps, and lotions, all at surprisingly affordable prices.

Georgio's Coffee Roasters

Personally sourcing beans from more than 60 farms in six countries, the owners of this shop, Georgio and Lydia, love to share their knowledge of coffee. They specialize in rare single-origin, specialty, gourmet, and organic beans roasted on-site in their small storefront, in a largely industrial area, and they also carry unique coffee-brewing products in their shop. While you're there, grab a knock-your-socks-off cold-brewed iced coffee.

1965 New Hwy., Farmingdale, New York, 11735, USA
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Rate Includes: Tues.–Fri. 8–5:30, Sat. 9:30–4

Good Westhampton

This place is good fun—a modern general store selling beachy home style items, cute kitchenware, sweet baby goods, and all sorts of pet treats and necessities. Watch out: the candy at the checkout counter is hard to resist.

141 Main St., Westhampton Beach, New York, 11978, USA

Greenport Fire

In a town full of quaint boutiques, chic antiques, and fashion, this shop stands out—dimly lit, with a funky, rock-and-roll vibe, its walls and ceiling are covered with old record albums and vintage items like a photograph of "The Fonz." Stock includes hand-rolled cigars; a huge selection of hot sauce, including their own branded sauces; bags of coffee; incense; and candles.

Hildreth's Home Goods

Hildreth's is more than a store; it's a piece of history. In 1842 it started as a general store stocked with such goods as flour, wheels of cheese, salt, and fruits, delivered by merchant ship via Sag Harbor and carted here by horse and wagon. Today visitors will find the latest in home furnishings, bedding, accessories, and gifts, as well as children's furniture, toys, and sweet baby clothes. An outdoor patio store is located just down the road at No. 15.

51 Main St., Southampton, New York, 11968, USA


Modern designer furniture and lighting fixtures here are popular with interior designers.

6 Main St., Southampton, New York, 11968, USA
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Rate Includes: Closed Sun.

Impulse for Men

Upscale casual wear here for men comes from the likes of Howe, Georg Roth, Flynt, and Robert Graham.

85 Main St., Westhampton Beach, New York, 11.978, USA


This minimalist boutique caters to fashionistas with its clothing from designers such as Rag & Bone, Chloé, Theory, and Hipanema.

Jan Davis Antiques

Antique dolls, dollhouses, and furnishings are restored and sold here, and other small vintage toys, furniture, pottery, and depression glass are on the shelves. If you have a doll in distress, you can bring it to Jan's Long Island Doll Hospital for repairs and restoration. Housed in a quaint standalone house, it's worth a browse.

Kai Kai Sandals

High-quality, sometimes pricey, name-brand footwear is the draw in this beachy, sporty little shop, but you can also find cozy sweatshirts, sunglasses, and Vera Bradley bags as well as locally made perfumes and natural, chemical-free lotions, bug spray, and hand sanitizer.

Kenny Goodman's Gallery

Ocean Beach

This isn't just a jewelry store; its an alternate universe of peace, love, and silver. During the summer season, silver artist Kenny Goodman showcases his wearable and affordable art, much of it inspired by the nature and culture of Fire Island.

Khanh's Sports

For beach clothing and accessories, as well as biking, surfing, and skating gear and rentals, check out Khanh's Sports. Mini golf is offered at their other location at 500 Montauk Highway, and is open late on weekends all summer long.