Babette's is a contemporary, innovative, relaxed restaurant in the heart of East Hampton. It happens to be one of Bill Clinton's favorite restaurants in the area. It is a really great location for brunch. Most dishes are a reference to traditional American fare with innovative twists. Service is warm and welcoming. A really amazing experience!
This is the latest expansion of the Jean-Georges brand in Bridgehampton. The restaurant features a lot of the traditional comfort food options from other restaurants of Jean-Georges' empire. Unfortunately, most other courses are not memorable in any way. Service is standoffish and at times openly rude. We wouldn't recommend a visit to this establishment. It is really unfortunate that Jean-Georges has allowed the downgrade of his brand this way.
Dizengoff has been named after one of Tel Aviv's most iconic streets. This tiny establishment offers multiple varieties of hummus, fresh baked pita, and middle Eastern salads in an industrial setting. It has been modeled after the hummus stalls found around every corner in Israel. The fresh made hummus (heavy on the tehina) is topped with rotating seasonal garnishes like hot spiced lamb with pine nuts or avocado with harissa. Expect long lines around lunch time. Twenty four hour advance orders are required for hummus by the pint. A gem of a restaurant in center city Philadelphia!