While finding a decent grocery store in the Hamptons still isn’t easy, there are more healthy spots than ever where you can order a smoothie made with locally grown greens and berries or slurp down brain-boosting oysters pulled from the ocean just steps away. Need proof? Look no further than this list of the best healthy spots to grab a bite, whether you’re beach-bound or just need to refuel post-SoulCycle.
All the healthy hot spots mapped out here are organized by town and then alphabetically, so you can focus on soaking up the sea breeze without wondering if that Juice Press you remember once passing is actually in the vicinity.
And, insider tip: Firing up the grill and feasting on the local seafood and produce is still often the best option—unless you’re a whiz at landing reservations or navigating traffic.
Scroll down to see where to eat and drink healthy in the Hamptons.
This charming Southampton-based delivery service creates mouth-watering menus made with the freshest local, organic ingredients—and will send the meals straight to your door. They’ll even bring a “beach picnic” to your sandy towel, or you can hire them to serve the guests at your backyard garden party out of their 1969 Caravan—keep an eye out for their food truck when you’re driving through town!
Hampons Aristocrat, 631-488-0581, hamptonsaristocrat.com
Get your Mother Earth fix out east or grab a smoothie to fuel up for a full day of surfing. It’s right on Main Street, making it the perf meeting spot before venturing out for some shopping.
Juice Press, 93 Main St., Southampton, NY 11968, 212-777-0034, juicepress.com
Red Bar Brasserie
Former Fresh chef Todd Jacobs is bringing his vegan culinary skills to Red Bar as the restaurant’s new executive chef. (If you’re a meat eater, don’t worry: The menu goes beyond plant-based.) Fill up on locally sourced seafood and lots of grilled veggie entrees.
Red Bar Brasserie, 210 Hampton Road, Southhampton, NY 11968, 631-283-0704, redbarbrasserie.com
3 Green Hearts
Tracy Anderson and wellness BFF Gwyneth Paltrow’s healthy, organic on-the-go meals are sold out of Anderson’s Hamptons studios (the other one is in East Hampton). Think fish tacos, kale ravioli, quinoa salsa, and cold-pressed juices.
Tracy Anderson Studios, 903 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill, NY 11976, 212-965-1408, tracyanderson.com
New York City’s popular farm-to-table spot has an equally packed outpost here, where you’ll find lots of fresh seafood like scallops, flounder, and a raw bar. Or you can stop in for #MeatlessMondays.
Almond, 1 Ocean Rd., Bridgehampton, NY 11937, 631-537-5665, almondrestaurant.com
Catering to the health-conscious foodie, Fresh lists vegan, raw, and gluten-free specials, and even has a special Prana menu for yogis out east.
Fresh, 203 Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton, NY 11932, 631-537-4700, freshhamptons.com
With both Physique 57 and SoulCycle nearby, it’s the perfect post-sweat session refuel spot. (Or grab a fresh coconut to-go for sand-side sipping.)
Juice Press, 2486 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton, NY 11932, 212-777-0034, juicepress.com
Topping Rose House
Produce from the restaurant’s own farm (as well as other local farms and ranches) is the backbone of Topping Rose House’s menu, which features dishes like the garden vegetable brown rice bowl and seasonally inspired cocktails and vino from Long Island vineyards. (And if you’re staying at the boutique hotel, you can hit up an on-site Exhale Core Fusion or yoga class before dinner.)
Topping Rose House, 1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton, NY 11932, 631-237-1952, toppingrosehouse.com
This healthy froyo joint deserves every bit of the publicity it garnered from its Kardashian moment. Stop in for certified-organic yogurt topped with superfood options like chia seeds and raw cacao. There’s a second outpost in Montauk, in case your summer travels take you even further east.
BuddhaBerry, 125 Main St., Sag Harbor, NY 11963, 631-808-3888, buddhaberry.com
Italian restaurant Tutto Il Giorno has a new name and a new menu to go along with it. Executive chef Maurizio Marfoglia is bringing healthier, light Italian fare to Sag Harbor (fresh caviar, sea bass and lemon, and shaved Brussels sprouts with toasted pine nuts are among the menu stand-outs).
Dopo-La Spaiggia, 6 Bay St, Sag Harbor, NY 11963, 631-725-7009, tuttoilgiorno.com
Sip on a Planetary juice or bee pollen-boosted smoothie at this eclectic Hamptons-based juice bar, which also serves seasonal, organic prepared foods to-go.
Juicy Naam, 51 Division St., Sag Harbor, NY 11963, 917-725-3030, thejuicynaam.com
Page at 63 Main/Back Page Cafe
Delicious salads and healthy entrees are served at this local favorite restaurant, with a cafe and back patio behind for more casual and grab-and-go options.
Paige at 63/Back Page Cafe, 63 Main St., Sag Harbor, NY 11963, 631-725-1810, page63main.com
A natural foods market and organic cafe where you can stop in to pick up everything from a Baby Buddha Wrap for lunch to kale chips and coconut oil for your pantry to natural sunscreen for the beach.
Provisions, 7 Main St., Sag Harbor, NY 11963, 631-725-3636, provisionsnaturalfoods.com
3 Green Hearts
East Hampton is home to Tracy Anderson’s other Long Island studio location—and it has the same 3 Green Hearts organic, on-the-go meals sold at the Watermill outpost. No judgement if you don’t stay to work out.
Tracy Anderson Studios, 30 Park Place, East Hampton, NY 11937, 631-604-6529, tracyanderson.com
Lisa’s Lovely Organic Juice Bar
Just one year old, locals are already obsessed with this juice bar-in-a-barn that also serves smoothies, acai bowls, and salads. Who wouldn’t want to sip a summer green juice called Kale Whale?
Lisa’s Lovely Organic Juice Bar, 27 Race Ln., East Hampton, NY 11937, 631-527-5273, lisaslovely.com
Whether you’re stopping in for a Matcha Spirulina Greek Yogurt bowl for breakfast or an Ayurvedic dish of basmati rice and mung beans for lunch, you’ll get a non-processed, organic, delicious meal every time.
Simply Sublime, 85 Springs Fireplace Rd. East Hampton, NY 11937, 631-604-1566, simplysublimehamptons.com
Solutions Juice Bar
If the offerings at this newly opened juice bar sound familiar, that’s because every smoothie is named after a local beach. When in doubt, go for the Three Mile juice, made of spinach, kale, jalapeño, and cucumber. (There’s another just-opened location in Montauk, as well.)
Solutions Juice Bar, 367 Main Street Amagansett, NY 11930, solutionsjuicebar.com
BuddhaBerry, 45 South Euclid Ave., Montauk, NY 11954, 631-668-8393, buddhaberry.com
Chloe’s Soft Serve Fruit Co.
Cool off with clean, scrumptious vegan soft serve (made with just fruit, water, and a dash of sugar), popsicles, green smoothies, and more.
Chloe’s Soft Serve Fruit Co., Montauk Yatch Club, 32 Star Island Rd., Montauk, NY 11954, 631-668-3100, chloesfruit.com
The primarily West Coast-based acai bowl craze caught on quickly at this spot, which serves energizing superfood acai and pitaya-based bowls to surfers and vacationers alike.
Happy Bowls, 805 Montauk Hwy., Montauk, NY 11954, happybowls.info
Lines on the weekend can be pretty rough, but for good reason: It’s the most convenient spot to pick up healthy, delicious sandwiches, wraps, salads, and smoothies for beach-bound breakfasts and lunches.
Joni’e Kitchen, 9 South Edison St., Montauk, NY 11954, 631-668-3663, jonismontauk.com
Montauk Juice Factory
Just two blocks from the beach, Montauk’s first juice bar churns out fresh, cold-pressed bottles of organic juice daily. It scores points with the local crowd for blend names like The Ditch, Beach Break, and Liquid Sunshine.
Montauk Juice Factory, 12 S. Etna Ave., Montauk, NY 11954, 631-668-8286, montaukjuicefactory.com
Naturally Good Foods & Cafe
You’ll find an extensive menu with tons of healthy (and vegan and vegetarian) grab-and-go options including pre-prepped burritos—not the easiest thing to find in the Hamptons. There’s also an organic juice and smoothie bar to help you quench your thirst.
Naturally Good Foods & Cafe, 779 Montauk Hwy., Montauk, NY 11954, 631-668-9030, naturallygoodfoodsandcafe.com
Chef Savannah Jordan—of the East Village bistro Virginia’s—crafted Ruschmeyer’s new menu with local seafood and produce in mind (think sea scallops and mussels with watercress and curried shellfish broth). Just go early to avoid the rowdy nightlife scene.
Ruschmeyer’s, 161 Second House Rd., Montauk, NY 11954, 631-668-8249, chelseahotels.com
Solutions Juice Bar
The newly opened juice bar has more than juice—they offer up acai bowls to fuel your afternoons, too. The must-try item: Gold Digger, which is a juice shot of turmeric, ginger, and lemon. On your drive back to New York City, you can also stop in at their also-new East Hampton spot.
Solutions Juice Bar, 728 Montauk Hwy, Montauk, NY 11954, solutionsjuicebar.com
The Tacombi team serves up tacos inspired by coastal Mexico cuisine—but made with fresh Atlantic seafood (and homemade tortillas)—in a vibrant, colorful setting. There’s a fresh juice bar, too.
La Brisa, 752 Montauk Hwy. Montauk, NY 11954, 631-668-8338, tacombi.com
The Surf Lodge
Executive chef Chris Rendell’s menu focuses on seafood caught daily in Montauk Harbor and produce sourced from Long Island farms, with clean, fresh flavors that mirror the beachy, white-washed decor that surrounds you. (On the brunch menu, you’ll also find cocktails made with CleanDrinking‘s cold-pressed juices.)
The Surf Lodge, 183 Edgemere St., Montauk, NY 11954, 631-483-5037, thesurflodge.com
Okay, so you have vacay food covered. Here’s where you can work out, along with a few clean beauty shopping spots out east. And if the summer is taking you to the Hamptons and beyond, check out this packing guide with tips every active girl can use.