The Golden Pear (99 Main St., 631/283-8900, $10), a gourmet café, offers homemade baked goods, sandwiches, and pasta. It’s an especially good place for brunch or lunch, but also serves dinner. If you’re looking to pick up food, try the Village Gourmet & Cheese Shop (11 Main St., 631/283-6949) for takeout.
More serious meals can be had at Le Chef Bistro (75 Job’s Ln., 631/283-8581), a bustling French restaurant with a lively bar to one side, dining to the other. A surprisingly reasonable prix fixe $27 dinner menu includes a half-dozen tasty appetizers (crab cakes, lobster bisque) and an equal number of equally tasty entrées (nut-encrusted flounder, grilled tuna, veal chops).
The Red Bar Brasserie (210 Hampton Rd., 631/283-0704) serves creative American fare in a stylish, white-tablecloth setting. At night, the restaurant’s bar is crowded with beautiful people.