LDV Hospitality’s iconic Scarpetta made its way out east in 2015 with Scarpetta Beach, the beachfront version of its original Meatpacking District location. The soulful Italian hotspot delivers the same signature classics on the menu, in addition to more seasonally influenced dishes and local produce and seafood selections paired perfectly with an Italian wine list. Inspired by Gurney’s sprawling 1,000 ft private beach, Scarpetta Beach boasts an airy, mid-century modern aesthetic infused with the Indigo and seaside hues of the Resort’s surroundings. The 95-seat interior dining room and 20 seat private dining space is lined with French doors leading out to the restaurant’s outdoor terrace, which seats an additional 100, and provides spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Located in the lobby entrance of Gurney’s, Corso Coffee offers a variety of artisanal coffees from handcrafted, wood-roasted Tuscan espresso to American beans roasted locally in Long Island City. Corso Coffee also serves a grab-and-go menu of freshly baked breakfast pastries, sandwiches, salads, as well as gelato and fresh juices.
Led by managing partner and acclaimed bartender Julio Cabrera, The Regent Cocktail Club – which was voted the best hotel bar in the world by Tales of the Cocktail – is the Resort’s crafted cocktail and lounge experience, with seating in both the indoor lounge and the outdoor tented deck. The Regent Cocktail Club’s high-energy nighttime atmosphere boasts an eclectic playlist paying homage to music genres across the board, and will feature a DJ on weekends.
Tillie’s, LDV Hospitality’s newest concept, is an inviting American kitchen that serves breakfast and lunch daily, with brunch available on Sundays. Guests can enjoy Tillie’s approachable menu of seasonally driven comfort classics and American favorites. The bistro-style space has a casual elegance, white-washed and sun-kissed, with white oak accents, and banquettes throughout.
The Beach Club at Gurney’s, spanning the resort’s expansive 1,000 ft. private beach, captures the nostalgic charm of the “endless American summer.” Optimizing the essence of Montauk “beach chic,” hundreds of canary yellow and white striped beach chairs line the beach, offering plentiful sun-soaked seating. Those looking for top-level comfort and style can opt to rent one of the 12 double king-sized daybeds. Beach goers can also head to The Beach Club’s Bar & Grill, which offers a selection of light appetizers, sandwiches and salads. Every Saturday in the summer, The Beach Club Bar & Grill hosts a ticketed Saturday BBQ featuring grilled seafood favorites and barbecue classics.