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East Hampton Marcy 31-April 4

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East Hampton Marcy 31-April 4

Just a few days before Easter, will things be opening in East Hampton? I will be there with my sister and four kids ages, 10-13. We are interested in biking and hiking but are also hoping that things (restaurants, kid type shops) may be opening. We will be there for three full days. Any suggestions of what to do first three days of April in East Hampton?

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1. Re: East Hampton Marcy 31-April 4

Oops. I meant March, not Marcy.

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2. Re: East Hampton Marcy 31-April 4

Most restaurants stay open all year now, esp on weekends. Rowdy Hall, down an alley near the movie theater is good for burgers etc. There's a decent Italian on North Main st., Serafina. Turtle Crossing for bbq on the main road past the village was popular with families but I think may be closing. John Pappas coffee shop facing the parking lot is pretty good. In Sag Harbor LT Burger & Conca D'Oro (pizza/Italian) are very good. the Candy Kitchen in Bridgehampton is a classic old fashioned coffee shop with soda fountain and homemade ice cream. Speaking of ice cream, Scoop in East Hampton has good ice cream and Cittanuova in EH has great gelato.

East Hampton sops are very pricey but will be open. Not a lot of kids shops there anyway apart from Rugby which is very pricey.

For things to do, you should check the calendars on



If it's school hols, there may be special things going on.

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3. Re: East Hampton Marcy 31-April 4

Thank you so much! These forums are so great for people to share information. I appreciate you taking the time to respond.

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4. Re: East Hampton Marcy 31-April 4

I'd take the kids to out to Montauk to see the lighthouse (and the huge cliffs), then check out the surfers at Ditch Plains, some of whom are actually crazy enough to be out there that early! There's also a "Walking Dunes" hike in Amagansett that's lots of fun:


You might also plan a visit to Deep Hollow Ranch, which is the oldest working cattle ranch in the US and offers "living history" tours and trail rides.


PS: Turtle Crossing has already closed, but the Gig Shack in Montauk will be right up the kids' alley. http://www.668thegigshack.com/

Rowdy Hall in East Hampton also caters to kids.

Have fun!


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