Hamptons Desserts Everyone Must Try At Least Once

Hamptons Desserts Everyone Must Try At Least Once

Hamptons goers are some of the luckiest around when it comes to dining options, and no experience is ever complete without diving your spoons and forks into a luscious, creamy, gooey, chocolatey, or whatever your heart desires, dessert plate. So let’s dive into something sweet this summer! Below I have curated five favorite desserts I have discovered so far this season that everyone must try (at least once).

Key Lime Pie, Navy Beach

Key Lime Pie - Navy beach

No longer the best kept secret in Montauk as we could not keep this breathtaking dining spot a secret any longer. Navy Beach boasts the most stunning sunsets in Montauk and what better way than to pair the experience with a slice of creamy, cool key lime pie. I recommend their Maryland Jumbo Lump Crab Cake just before with a fizzy, refreshing Aperol Spritz.

Chocolate Fondue, Harbor Bistro

Chocolate Fondue Harbor Bistro

Chocolate Fondue is one of those rare treats that is always memorable, so why pass on the opportunity to enjoy this tasty indulgence while visiting the Hamptons? Dippings include fresh strawberries, blackberries, and super-moist pound cake. You may be tempted to not share this dreamy creation.

Chocolate Caramel Molten Cake, Lulu Kitchen & Bar

Lulu Kitchen Sag Harbor

Lulu has quickly become a favorite choice for dining among locals and visitors to Sag Harbor. Just like their sister restaurants in Montauk: Duryea’s and Arbor, dessert is a must-do. Lulu’s Chocolate Caramel Molten Cake is a work of art on a plate: a marriage between gooey caramel and wickedly good chocolate cake with chocolate ‘dirt’ and salted caramel ice cream.

Lemon Curd with Fresh Berries and Toasted Quinoa, The Beacon

Beacon- Lemon Curd

This is refreshing and just the right portion after feasting on their popular (and my favorite) Lobster Rigatoni. Topped with fresh berries and toasted quinoa, it is a celebration of creamy and crunchy textures with zesty, juicy flavors. You will instantly know you are in the Hamptons with just how fresh the berries taste: straight from the farm.

Dreamy Brownie Sundae, The Bell & Anchor 

dreamy brownie sundae_bellandanchor

A Brownie Sundae that is truly “Off the Hook.” Paired with Dreamy Coffee Ice Cream and garnished with fresh mint, it is a perfect ending to a harbor side dinner feat. Bell & Anchor’s desserts are consistently delicious and they also offer seasonal dessert specials. On the go? Enjoy this cooling coffee and decadent, moist brownie pair at the bar with your favorite after dinner drink.

What your favorite summer dessert?

Photo credit: courtesy of each corresponding restaurant

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8 Comments

  1. July 7, 2017 / 9:41 pm

    Wow i have bucket dreams of going to the Hamptons. So swanky. I love the Brownie Sundae looks delicious!

  2. July 4, 2017 / 10:24 pm

    Be still my heart, these look incredible. Desserts are one of my favorite things to be over the top with and these don’t disappoint. If my husband and I were in the Hamptons, we’d be having a brownie sundae with coffee ice cream (for him) and a few bites of Lemon Curd with Fresh Berries and Toasted Quinoa (for her). Yum!

  3. July 4, 2017 / 4:15 pm

    I absolutely love desserts. The brownie looks so delicious and the key lime pie looks gorgeous! I plan on doing some traveling this summer and I can’t wait to see what yummy desserts that I find.

  4. July 4, 2017 / 2:09 pm

    Yummy. Key lime pie. The brownie and the curd looks good. Never thought of adding quinoa to dessert so that made me interested in seeing how it tastes. Sounds so interesting.

  5. lisa
    July 4, 2017 / 1:59 pm

    Like my kids say….mmmm, mmmm, good! Each one of these look very tasty, but I would definitely give the Key Lime Pie a try! Heck, I’ll try them all, seems like I need to visit the Hamptons!

  6. July 4, 2017 / 12:14 am

    OMG these desserts look really amazing. I’d love to try them all. The key lime pie would be perfect with a glass of chilled Sauvignon Blanc. The brownie sundae looks perfectly refreshing as well. I’m sure these are worth the calories.

  7. July 3, 2017 / 11:56 pm

    All of these desserts are super decadent and I think everyone needs to try them at least a dozen times. That cheesecake looks so divine and I can only imagine how scrumptious it was.

  8. July 3, 2017 / 10:20 pm

    You have no idea what this post is doing to me… I have a total sweet-tooth so you can bet that I’m reaching for my drool bib at the moment. Chocolate Caramel Molten Cake – you had me at hello. I would SO drop anything for a bite of that dessert!

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