The 6 Best Coffee Drinks in the Hamptons
From a Nutella latte to a chocolate-coffee-oatmeal smoothie
Who doesn’t love an ice-cold cup of coffee on a hot, humid day? But today, we celebrate these six spots that go beyond regular and decaf to bring us next-level coffee drinks. (Permission granted to Instagram these.)
Left Hand Coffee at Montauk Beach House: Nutella Latte Served either hot or cold, this drink is made with two shots of espresso, the café’s own Nutella syrup mix and steamed milk. And, for your Instagramming pleasure, MBH has enlisted NYC Ultimate Barista winner “Danny Latte” to top your drink with some latte art.
55 S Elmwood Ave, Montauk
Juice Press: Chocolate Coffee Oatmeal Smoothie This breakfast-of-champions coffee smoothie is a blend of organic cold-brewed coffee, raw cacao, raw oatmeal, maca root and a touch of vegan probiotic to help get your digestion going.
93 Main St., Southampton; 2486 Montauk Hwy., Bridgehampton
Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee: Honey Machiatto Our first choice at Jack's is this drink that combines espresso, honey and steamed half-and-half. Our second choice is the Teddy Boy, which is their version of a Greek frappé (a mix of espresso, sugar and cream shaken over ice so it’s nice and foamy).
146 Montauk Hwy., Amagansett
Corso Coffee at Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa: Affogato When a frozen dessert simply isn’t enough, opt for vanilla, chocolate, salted caramel or hazelnut gelato topped with a shot of Corso’s handcrafted, wood-roasted Tuscan espresso.
290 Old Montauk Hwy., Montauk
The Golden Pear: Café Mocha The perfect caffeinated hot chocolate, this drink combines Ghirardelli chocolate, steamed milk and espresso.
Sant Ambroeus: Newfangled Espresso There’s no knocking their classic signature espresso, but for an extra kick this Italian spot offers espresso with whipped cream or a shot of the liqueur of your choice. (Cappuccino with whipped cream and cocoa powder is another not-too-shabby option.)
30 Main St., Southampton