We’ve already professed that we adore the Hamptons in the off-season. But the reality is that most places close up shop after Labor Day.

We said most.

Here, a roundup of shops, studios, restaurants and cultural destinations that will be open through the end of the year.

hamptons workouts

workouts

They say summer bodies are made in the winter, which might explain why many of the East End’s most popular fitness studios are open year-round, including Tracy Anderson, Barry’s Bootcamp, AKT in Motion, SoulCycle (East Hampton and Watermill locations) and Physique 57.

hamptons shopping

shopping

While most designer boutiques close shortly after the long weekend, Southampton boutique Tenet (think of it as a homegrown Intermix), Scoop Beach, Copious Row, Bond No. 9 and home-goods store Pomme (which stocks Kartell, Bolon and Missoni Home, among many other luxe brands) will be open through the end of the year.

hamptons restaurants

restaurants

Like we?ve said, in the Hamptons you?ll never go hungry. A ton of spots are open year-round, including Nick & Toni?s (and they bring back their famous wood-burning-oven pizzas and Bloody Mary brunch!), Fresh (which brings back weekly specials like Family Sunday, Taco Tuesday, Pizza Thursday?), The Bell & Anchor (which will host a prime-rib night) and Rowdy Hall (where you can go for Oktoberfest specials). Indian Wells Tavern, Almond, La Fondita, Red Bar, Townline BBQ, Shagwong, Saltbox, Scarpetta Beach and The Regent Cocktail Club will also all remain open.

hamptons art

miscellaneous

While Airbnb is your best bet even in the off-season, Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa will remain open, as well as Juice Press for all of your green juice and raw vegan food needs. For a cultural fix, head to the Parrish Art Museum or Guild Hall.

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