Three New Hamptons Dining Hotspots To Stay Open Year Round
Kissaki, the culinary experience honoring Japanese tradition, opened in Water Mill located at 670 Montauk Hwy for the first time in late June. Kissaki’s menu offers their signature premium omakase brought to you by Executive Chef Mark Garcia. To ensure safety, Kissaki’s two robots, their Maki Maker and Nigiri Maker are used for delivery and take out orders. Starting as a downtown Manhattan hotspot, Kissaki’s premium quality sushi delivery experience quickly grew in popularity, prompting the opening of a second Manhattan outpost in Midtown East at Nerai to better serve nearly all of Manhattan. Water Mill is the growing brand’s third location. Kissaki is committed to following all of New York State’s recommended guidelines including staff wearing PPE and tables set six feet apart. Kissaki is open from 12pm-10pm seven days a week.
The newly opened NAIA (meaning Sea Nymph in Greek) offers a one-of-a-kind farm-to-table dining experience in a European beach-chic setting at the Capri Hotel in Southampton (above). Enjoy international dishes and craft cocktails as well as their bottomless brunch daily and get mesmerized by special sounds brought to you by their resident DJ and classical violinist Bud Cahill, who plays on Saturdays and Sundays poolside. The eatery is open on Monday – Thursday from 11am – 10pm and Friday – Sunday from 11am to midnight with the dinner menu starts at 6 p.m.