Thing to Do on the East End of Long Island This Fall

There are still plenty of ways to enjoy the autumn weather in the Hamptons this November, from late-season apple and pumpkin picking to delicious meals enjoyed in charming socially-distanced outdoor settings. There’s always something fun for the whole family out on the East End of Long Island this fall!

Apple picking East End Long Island

Seven Ponds Orchards 

65 Seven Ponds Road, Water Mill, NY

Offering apple orchards, berries, and pumpkin picking, this “U Pick” farm is a must-visit during the Harvest Season. Stock up on freshly picked apples for your next pie, and plenty of memories!

Fairview Farm Corn Maize 

19 Horsemill Lane, Bridgehampton, NY

Spanning 8-acres, the 10-foot tall corn maze offers approximately 2 miles of paths with 2 bridges allowing spectators astounding views of surrounding farmland, Mecox Bay, and the Atlantic Ocean. This year, the theme of the maze is a celebration of the farm’s 20th anniversary. Split up and see who in your family can navigate the maze fastest. The winner gets to pick which of their delicious fruit pies you take home as a treat. Yum!

The Candied Anchor 

721 Main Street, Montauk, NY. Open 11:00 am to 5:00 pm (closed Wednesdays).

Halloween may be over, but candy is never out of season. Have a sweet tooth that needs attention? Check out this delightful small-town style candy shop in Montauk.

Stock up on spooky confections, baked goods, and decorations at this classic sweet shop in Montauk. Located in the heart of town, this 1950’s candy shop has a modern sensibility that is sure to delight even the most stubborn sweet tooth. Once you’ve selected your treats, head on down to the Montauk Lighthouse and enjoy the panoramic vast ocean vistas! The lighthouse itself is closed for health safety, but the surrounding cliffs are a magnificent place to explore for an hour or two.

Dinner in the Hamptons

Looking for a relaxing and cozy spot for dinner? The Hamptons has been bustling all Fall, and so restaurants throughout the East End have done an amazing job of transforming their outdoor eating spaces for the colder months.

East End Long Island Coche Comedor

Coche Comedor, from the team behind Nick & Toni’s, in Amagansett offers inspired Mexican cuisine in their outdoor seating area (complete with festive lighting and space heaters). Their menu is meant to be shared family-style, and their food has been hailed as some of the best and most authentic Mexican food New York has to offer. Open Wednesday through Sunday from 5 pm to 9 pm (9:30 pm on weekends).

Barons Cove Long Island Sag Harbor

If you’re in the mood for a water view with your meal, check out Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor. The centrally located dining spot offers a prime location for sunset views over the bay and offers a seasonal menu which is sure to satisfy everyone’s taste buds. It’s proximity to Sag Harbor’s Main Street means a short stroll through town is a must-do before or following your meal.

Have a wonderful trip out on the East End of Long Island this fall!

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