| March 16, 2020

Unique Hamptons Cocktails (And Where to Find Them)

Nothing Says Vacation Like Sipping a Cocktail While Sunbathing or Reading a Good Book. Next Time You’re in Need of a Good Cocktail While Visiting the Hamptons, Be Sure to Try One (or All!) of the Following Drinks

Christmas in Mexico at Coche Comedor

Authentic Mexican food and tableside guacamole? Yes, please! Coche Comedor serves everything from pork rib carnitas and duck tostadas to octopus tacos and crispy suckling pig in a lively and festive atmosphere. While there are plenty of drinks to choose from (frozen margaritas, anyone?) we’re especially fond of Christmas in Mexico. Made with cranberry-spice infused tequila, Cointreau, fresh lime, and agave, this cocktail packs just the right punch.

Cabo Nights at Moby’s

Overlooking a yacht-filled marina, Moby’s is the perfect place to sit and watch the sunset. Dinner is served until 11 p.m., and depending on the night there may also be reggae bands or local DJs spinning tracks for the crowd. From thin-crust pizza and pasta to scallops and steak, Moby’s serves scrumptious coastal Italian cuisine in a laid-back setting. If you want to try one of the best drinks on their menu, order Cabo Nights. Made with Casa Dragones, passionfruit, ginger, habanero, and lime, this cocktail is sure to leave you wanting seconds.

Mezcal Cooler at Rosie’s

Looking for a twist on casual East Hampton dining? Rosie’s puts a fresh spin on traditional American fare with a wide range of small plates (oysters and shishitos, anyone?) as well as a prix fixe dinner menu (which costs $45 per person and lets diners choose between entrées such as gnocchi, brick chicken, and roasted cabbage). For a cocktail that’s smoky yet citrusy, we recommend the Mezcal Cooler (which is made with gin, Pamplemousse, and sparkling rosé).

Backsliding Presbyterian at Brix and Rye

Brix and Rye is a neighborhood bar that specializes in classic cocktails, wine, and beer, so it has something for cocktail lovers of all stripes. (They also serve pizza, so it’s basically the perfect place.) We’re partial to the hilariously-named Backsliding Presbyterian, which is made with bourbon, campri, ginger, lemon, and soda.

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