1.Silas Marder Gallery: "The Marder family have a nursery and tree farm. They've opened up a great contemporary art gallery in a converted barn on the property for exhibits. They also screen classic films every Friday night and hold seasonal garden lectures all summer long."
Silas Marder Gallery, 120 Snake Hollow Road; Bridgehampton; 631-702-2306.
2. Iacono Farms: "This is where I buy chicken and eggs in the Hamptons. All of their poultry is free-range, which definitely makes it taste best."
Iacono Farms, 106 Long Lane; East Hampton; 631-324-1107.
3.Round Swamp Farm: "It has a great market in East Hampton. It's a family farm that has been in the same family for 250 years. They've also got the best pies in the Hamptons—recommend the Strawberry-Rhubarb."
Round Swamp Farm, 184 Three Mile Harbor Road; East Hampton; 631-324-1107.
4. Bob Melet Mercantile: "Bob's got a great Montauk Outpost. This is one of the best curated vintage stores around."
Bob Melet Mercantile, 102 Industrial Road; Montauk; 631-668-9080.
5. The Fish Farm: "They make the best lobster sandwich I've ever had."
The Fish Farm, 429 Cranberry Gold Road; Amagansett; 631-267-3341.
6. The Dock: "A place on the harbor in Montauk where locals and the fishermen go to eat. I like this place because it's no-nonsense, unpretentious, and has great food."
The Dock, at Montauk Harbor; Montauk; 631-668-9778.
Steven Alan BAZAAR, 52 Newtown Lane (between Barns Lane and Park Place); East Hampton; 631-604-1726.