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The Plaza Cafe, at 61 Hill St. in (Credit: Photo by Gordon M. Grant)

The Plaza Cafe, at 61 Hill St. in Southampton, is a trendy eatery offering a full menu and delicate desserts, such as a pear strudel in a port wine sorbet, a white chocolate cheesecake, or a traditional artisanal cheese course culled from local ingredients.

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The Plaza Cafe, at 61 Hill St. in
(Credit: Photo by Gordon M. Grant)

The Plaza Cafe, at 61 Hill St. in Southampton, is a trendy eatery offering a full menu and delicate desserts, such as a pear strudel in a port wine sorbet, a white chocolate cheesecake, or a traditional artisanal cheese course culled from local ingredients.

Plaza Cafe, Southampton
(Credit: Gordon M. Grant)

Plaza Cafe, Southampton

Skylights expand the high ceilings at the Gulf
(Credit: Gordon M. Grant, 2009)

Skylights expand the high ceilings at the Gulf Coast Kitchen creating an open, airy atmosphere inside the Montauk Yacht Club.

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Green prawns with cashew nuts, red peppers and
(Credit: Philippe)

Green prawns with cashew nuts, red peppers and black mushrooms is among the colorful creations offered at Philippe East Hampton. The beachside restaurant is the fourth venture from the co-owners of Philippe in Manhattan. Co-owner Stratis Morgen and co-owner and chef Philippe Chow opened the beachside eatery mid-May, a year after opening an outpost in Miami's Gansevoort Hotel.

Peking duck is a staple at Philippe East
(Credit: Philippe East Hampton Photo)

Peking duck is a staple at Philippe East Hampton, the latest from the owners of luxe-Chinese restaurant Philippe in Manhattan. The East Hamptons eatery, which specializes in nouvelle Chinese cuisine, brings its city forebear's flavors beachside to the former Kobe Beach Club site on Three Mile Harbor Road.