Late Night / After Hours

Stephen Talkhouse

This place doesn't stake its claim as one of the top live music venues in the Hamptons because it can accommodate big crowds or throw raucous parties. The Talkhouse is far too intimate for that. What sets the place apart are the acts that take...  Read More

An arcade complex for grown-ups, Dave & Buster's is a great place for office parties, dates, or even when you have an hour or two to kill on your own. The newest interactive video games and simulators, skee ball, pool, shuffleboard – if...  Read More

Dune Southampton

One of the most intense nightlife scenes in the Hamptons, Dune (formerly called Cain) bills itself as a primo gathering spot for vacationing celebs, models, and well-to-dos. In many ways, that's just what it is. DJs kick the house sound system...  Read More

Hampton Bays
Boardy Barn

A local fave since the early '70s, Boardy Barn sports a laid-back, casual atmosphere where folks feel free to be themselves. Cheap beer and great music are mainstays, much to the delight of the fun-loving 20-somethings who clamor here each...  Read More

White House Nightclub

The inn housing this summertime hotspot dates from the 1750s and has long been a haven for folks wanting to escape big-city worries. Now one of the largest nightclubs on Long Island with some 30,000 square feet, the aptly-named White House hosts...  Read More

Where does Ocean Beach's 20-something crowd hang out during the summer? It's a safe bet that you'll find a good many of them at this Bay Walk watering hole, where cold drinks and terrific food (try the fried calamari – it's a local legend!)...  Read More

Buckley's Irish Pub

Keep your eyes peeled for the yellow building with dark green awnings while cruising through Center Moriches, or you may just miss this authentic Irish pub. Indeed, from its antique bar and stained wood paneling to its tasty comfort food and...  Read More

Croxley Ales

Boasting nearly six dozen on-tap brews (including regional microbrews and hard-to-find international ales and lagers), not to mention some of the tastiest pub grub on Long Island, Croxley is one of the area's most popular gathering spots....  Read More

Dublin Pub

With its terrific drink specials, this pub offers a friendly, low-key setting in the early evening, especially during the work week. Indeed, it's not uncommon for college buddies to catch a game on the tube over a few brews. Once the weekend...  Read More

Napper Tandy's Irish Pub

Perhaps a tad high-octane at times for a traditional Irish pub, this place nevertheless has a loyal crowd of followers, who pile in each night to enjoy cold pints and homemade grub. After all, the menu features such beer-friendly dishes as fried...  Read More