Tucked behind the movie house near the Southampton Inn, this small restaurant exudes Southampton. The prices are high enough to allow well-spaced tables, which adds to the elegant ambience. The owner and chef, Doug Gulija, is understandably proud that the cafe has been called the best seafood house on Long Island by Newsday and “better in every way” by Zagat. Everything, from the hot rolls to the sorbets, is made in-house, and the bar now has an innovative menu. Al fresco dining is an option.