Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee
21 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
About this place
Premium quality coffee, friendly atmosphere, and great value – three tenets of service that Jack’s Stir Brew Coffee promises to deliver to their customers. This New York City coffee shop was founded in 2003 by Jack Mazzola with one simple goal in mind: to deliver the highest quality coffee and ba...
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Tips from locals
Want to drive over old Montauk highway and take a trip out to Amagansett for some coffee in a beautiful open town square? Grab a cup sit on a bench or enjoy a 10 minute walk down the road to the beach.
The cutest coffee shops located in the super-charming Amagansett square. Bike there in about 5 minutes!
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“Great food and drink in a wonderful space. Check the schedule for the outdoor movies in Amagansett Square in the summer and have dinner then watch a free movie right outside!”
- 9 locals recommend
“Springs, there should always be time to visit the Springs. This artsy neighborhood offers a eclectic mix of nature, art, farmstands and lovely people. S and A Corner Shop is a landmark in Springs. Lindsay and Chris serve great coffee, tea and matcha. On the weekend they will spoil you with homemade sandwiches and baked goods . The little store offers beautiful handmade products.”
- 11 locals recommend
“Healthy fresh food that can’t be beat. We love the dosas and the cilantro chutney!”
- 35 locals recommend
“Round Swamp Farm is a country market, farm stand, and bakery in East Hampton, with two other locations in Montauk & Bridgehampton. Their prepared foods and baked goods are legendary in the Hamptons. Easy & delicious - perfect for complementing your meals or when you don't feel like cooking!”
- 53 locals recommend
“Hither Hills State Park offers picnic tables, restrooms, showers, and a changing area, plus a playground and a general store. These three beaches require parking permits. Lifeguards are on duty from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend. Parking and beach access is $10 per car. A season pass is $65, which saves families money if planning more than six visits to this beach. Parking is free during the off-season. ”
- 21 locals recommend