Gwyneth Paltrow Shares Her Favorite Hamptons Hot Spots On GOOP: Her Amazing Weekly Newsletter...
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For those of you who aren’t getting GOOP’ed here’s the story…Gwyneth Paltrow [above with mom Blythe Danner], one of our favorite East Hamptonites and Oscar winning actresses, writes an amazing weekly newsletter based on her obsessions including: what to wear, where to eat, secret travel spots, her hair & makeup tips, health, wellness, home design, and how to live life to the fullest.
Checking our inbox this morning, we were happy to see that OUR favorite place featured in GOOP this week~ THE HAMPTONS! We know Gwynnie loves LT Burger in Sag Harbor after seeing her there last week with husband Chris Martin, but now we also know where else this Hollywood Hamptonite likes to frequent during her summer vacation on the East End.
Check out Gwyneth Paltrow’s favorite shops, restaurants, and places to stay below:
GP’s Favorite Shops!
1. Blue & Cream: 60 The Circle, East Hampton 631.329.1329
“Blue & Cream is the perfect place to shop if you arrive and find that you’ve underpacked and need some good clothes for going out to dinner or to a bar. Each season they carry a solid selection of unknowns and brands like A.L.C, Philip Lim, Elizabeth & James and more.” – GOOP
2. The Surf Bazaar: 183 Edgemere Street, Montauk 631.668.8131
“Come to the botique at the Surf Lodge Hotel for bikinis, bathing suits, coverups and all your beachy essentials. Fun brands like Mikoh, Lemlem, Electric Feathers, Pret-a-Surf and more.”– GOOP
3. Warby Parker at Maison 24: 2424 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton 631-537.2488
“Pick up your sunglasses and frames at Warby Parker’s pop-up store at Maison 24, full of quirky lifestyle and home accessories. For every pair you purchase, one pair goes to a person in need.” -GOOP
4. Monc XIII: 40 Madison Street, Sag Harbor 631.808.3333
“New this year is Monc XVIII, an interior design store stocking antique and vintage furniture plus smaller accessories for the home, like linens, cushions, cutlery and glassware. The look is eclectic, extremely libable and elegant.” -GOOP
5. The Monogram Shop: 7 Newtown Lane, East Hampton 631.329.3379
“An old favorite, here’s where to get anything and everything monogrammed for your home- towels, linens, cushions, anything. I love their personalized notepads.” -GOOP
6. The Pink Chicken: 137 Main Street, Amagansett 631.267.6494
“Stacey Fraser’s Shop in Amagansett features her prints and designs for cute and comfy play clothes for kids.” – GOOP
GP’s Fav Restaurants:
1. Dave’s Grill: 468 West Lake Drive, Montauk 631.668.9190
“A standout and one of the best restaurants in Montauk. Lobster, french fries and an epic dessert called “The Barbara” (a brownie with an ice cream sundae on top) round out the fresh delish seafood menu. Call after 4 pm for a table the same night. No advance reservations.“- GOOP
2. Clam Bar: 2025 Montauk Highway, Amagansett 631.267.6348
“There is a cool and barren stretch of highway between Amagansett and Montauk and on it is the Clam Bar. Practically an institution, they’ve been serving casual American seafood, from fried clams to clam chowder to lobster rolls and fries for more than 430 years. Stop by for lunch under an umbrella’s shade on your way to Montauk.” -GOOP
3. Nick & Toni’s: 136 N Main Street, East Hampton 631. 324.3550
“Night after night, Nick & Toni’s fills up and serves a seasonally changing menu of fresh and local Mediterranean and Italian-inspired dishes from the wood-burning grill and oven. The service is always friendly and the food is always good.” -GOOP
4. The Crow’s Nest: 4 Old West lake Drive, Montauk 631.668.2077
” The Restaurant at The Crow’s Nest Inn, which is open for the summer and early fall, emphasizes local and seasonal and does it well. Each night, starting at 5:30 pm, they light the fire pit outside and guests get to stand around the pit or enjoy the views before sitting down to dinner. The menu is short and well edited and the seafood is excellent as is the atmosphere. Your best bet is to get there early for a table.” -GOOP
6. Navy Beach: 16 Navy Road, Montauk 631.668.6868
“The real pull here is the view and the beachside setting. Get lunch on the beach or go for cocktails (from a thoughtful list) in the nautically themed dining room and watch the sunset. A family friendly spot, make a reservation, as it’s a popular destination.” -GOOP
7. Ruschmeyer’s: 161 Second House Road, Montauk 631.668.8249
“Ruschmeyer’s is always packed and we could go as far as to say that it’s a scene. Get there and start with a few cocktails while you wait for your table and enjoy the hotel and restaurant’s “adult campsite” decor. Once you’re seated for dinner, the food is light and fresh- updated American beachside classics and plenty of surprising fish dishes from the guys behind the Fat Radish in New York.” -GOOP
8. LT Burger: 62 Main Street, Sag Harbor 631.899.4646
“Burger shack cuisine taken up a notch or two. I had their Heritage Turkey Burger when I was there and it was fantastic. All the classic burgers, shakes, s’mores and ice cream desserts have been revamped. The vibe inside this white tiled restaurant is fun and always bustling.” – GOOP
9. Byron: 183 Edgemere Street, Montauk 631.238.5216
“This summer at The Surf Lodge, Australian chef Chris Rendell brings inspiration over from his native country’s best beach cusine- curries, tofu, tons of fresh fish. This is definitely a great place for a truly healthy meal out. As this one of the most popular places to be this summer, be sure to book in advance.” -GOOP
10. Suki Zuki: 688 Montauk Highway, Water Mill 631.726.4600
“Best sushi out here; the Chicken Teriyaki Salad and the”Tuna Sandwich: are both particularly popular choices.”- GOOP
GP’s Fav Places To Stay!
1. The Inn at Windmill Lane: 23 Windmill Lane, Amagansett 631.267.8500
“A luxurious inn with simply and elegantly decorated rooms with marble bathrooms and wood burning fireplaces. There are also three cottages available, each with their own gym and steam room. This is definitely more of a quiet couple’s retreat than a family spot.” -GOOP
2. The Crow’s Nest Inn: 4 Old West Lake Drive, Montauk 631.269.8500
“A surf chic inn with views of the lake. Each room is decorated with a rustic and nautical nod to its surroundings- both homey and beachy at the same time. if you’re a larger group, go for the two bedroom cottage. Definitely one of the better spots to stay in Montauk. Try the restaurant for its locally inspired menu.” -GOOP
3. c/o The Maidstone: 207 Main Street, East Hampton 631.324.5006
“The Maidstone experienced a Nordic revamp a few years ago so now each room is themed around a famous Scandinavian. For example, the Josef Frank room is splashed floor to ceiling with the designer’s bold prints and the Arne Jacobsen room is suitably modern and minimal. This eco-friendly hotel welcomes dogs, offers daily yoga in the summer, boasts Hastens bed (of course), and Swedish massages of the Spa.” -GOOP
4. The Surf Lodge: 183 Edgemere Street, Montauk 631.668.1562
“Montauk’s busy hipster hangout is made cooler this summer by a series of hip concerts by the likes of The Kills, Chairlift and Ra Ra Riot, healthy juicing courtesy of Juicy Naam, fitness classes provided by New York’s current exercise craze, SLT, not to mention rustic yet completely equipped hotel rooms and bathrooms with organic amenities by the brands that the hotel carefully curates.” -GOOP