A beautiful sleep always restores you and Sag Harbor https://www.sagharborinn.com
is a beautiful quiet place to stay.
We had dinner last night at Lulu’s a rather smart restaurant run by Italians. http://www.lulusagharbor.com/index.php
I was still a little full from my chicken salad at lunch – it also may be from the beer at Montauk brewery.
Do you ever get to the stage in holidays where you just can’t decide what to eat when you are always in restaurants? Well it’s day two and I already feel that way! I’ll have to get over that. We’ve got three weeks of eating out! I have to pace myself.
So the girls – Jordan, Lisa and I ordered a few plates to share. Octopus with a touch of pork belly , burrata and grilled artichokes. Followed by a small shared pizza it was perfect.
We took a lovely Sunday morning stroll around the streets of Sag Harbor. It was clear weather and so quiet. The houses are lovely. Such distinctive Hamptons style.
The gardens have wrapped their shrubs to protect them from winter frosts. It looks like they have their pjs on!
There are many impressive buildings and churches in this lovely town.
I popped into the Catholic Church as the congregation were arriving. They were so well dressed! It’s Palm Sunday.
We continued down the street past the old clock and the Spring flowers.
We decided on a Mexican place for brunch and had a short wait for a table so sat in the large garden.
Estia. It’s a great place for brunch. http://estias.com/sagharbor/breakfast/
They had the best omelettes!
We seem to do a lot of eating !
This afternoon it’s back to New York.