Going to Sag Harbor? 7 Dishes You Don’t Want To Miss

September 8, 2014 | By Lindsey Metselaar in Edible East End

The garden at Estia’s Little Kitchen. Photo by Lindsay Morris

Sag Harbor is an essential part of the Hamptons. Not only charming and filled with history, Sag Harbor is also home to many beautiful marinas, one in the heart of town and others just a short distance away. Yachts from all around the world dock in Sag Harbor across the street from some of the best restaurants around. The actual village of Sag Harbor isn’t even a mile long, and they still manage to have food for every tastebud. It’s hard to list them all. Here are some of my favorites.

A visit to Sag Harbor is not complete without a visit to Estia’s Little Kitchen. Owned by Chef Colin Ambrose, the Mexican inspired restaurant opened in 1998, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Estia is known for fresh ingredients from their garden, which is conveniently located right behind the place. The dish not to miss? The breakfast burrito on a toasted flour tortilla with scrambled eggs, andouille sausage, peppers, onions, cheese topped off with their homemade hot sauce and a side of guacamole. Now I’m hungry …

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