The Hamptons are hands down the greatest of all the Long Island attractions that stretch past some of the city’s outer boroughs. The region is the ultimate summer destination for New Yorkers to escape the hustle and bustle (alas, not their peers) from Memorial Day to Labor Day, and then some.
Beautiful beaches line all shores of the South Fork, spanning multiple hamlets that each encompass their own individual charm. The architecture and the seafood are TDF, and whether or not you’re a fan of the Tory Burch aesthetic or the rolled up khakis/blazer/sockless Converse look, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Not to mention there’s a super Instagram-worthy photo location around every corner.
While we helped you pick your Labor day Hamptons destination last fall, we failed to detail which hot spots you should be hitting up (aka Instagramming). If you didn’t score an invite to REVOLVE’s eastern digs, doesn’t mean you can’t still partake in the ‘Gram game at a number of cool landmarks. Not sure which ones? Time to quit your location search, as we’ve done the work for you and identified them by geotag.
Below are the most instagrammable Hamptons hot spots to hit up over the July 4th weekend and all summer long.
Like summer camp for adults, porn for Instagram and chicken soup for the soul. That is all.
The tip of Long Island is ripe with vineyards (see what I did there?!) and they’re all more picturesque than the next. The Wölffer Estate is particularly Insta-worthy, as demonstrated by @somethingnavy.
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This soulful boutique hotel located inside a classic Hamptons abode in the heart of East Hampton also houses a killer restaurant helmed by the city’s Cafe Clover chef. Did we mention the decor is #goals?
This Sag Harbor inn is located right on the water and makes some epic cocktail pics like the one below.
A charming Bridgehampton boutique hotel made of Insta dreams, from the outside to the decor to the food they serve.
Ok 3 words: Donuts & Jessica Seinfeld. Need we say more? Now you know where to get your caffeine and sugar fix while in Sag Harbor.
Conveniently located on Montauk Highway, it’s an easy and oh so instagrammable stop to make on your way to Gurney’s. Old coastal charm meets new wave nostalgia, this spot romanticizes the idea of a good ol’ roadside joint.
See above description for the Clam Bar — similar vibe and an easy stop in Amagansett. Arguably the best lobster roll in the Hamptons (#protip: don’t omit the fries).
EMP Summer House
What does EMP stand for, you ask? Eleven Madison Park. Yep. The latest resto pop-up to hit Long Island’s Eastern tip, and sure to draw the It crowds all season long.
Two Mile Hollow Beach
One of the chillest beaches of the area, this East Hampton stretch of sand is made for relaxation and wave Boomerangs. Just sayin’.
The Surf Lodge has all the luster the farthest point East can offer. It’s one the funnest summertime destinations at the End of the World.
One Kings Lane Southampton Pop-Up
For all lustful interior decor things, don’t miss the One Kings Lane Southampton pop-up shop. Pretend like you’re outfitting your very own summer home and then ‘gram a shot for everyone to see. It’ll bring a hole new meaning to vicarious living.
Relax to the sound of the waves while getting your tan on. Then post it on Insta.
What are your favorite Hamptons spots to Instagram? Did we miss one?
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