The Mill House Inn guests get it, says EH Chamber of Commerce

Best Breakfast In The Hamptons




The season is here. Are you having a hard time figuring out what to do this weekend? Are you wishing there were a master calendar that had all the best events happening every week on the East End?

Well, your search is over. Check out the calendar at our website, www.easthamptonchamber.com — it features all the best of what is happening all summer. There are also special sales, job listings, and more.

If you want your event listed on the website, please fill out the easy event listing form on the website and we will add it. We ask that all nonprofits and others send us your listings so you, too, can be included. It’s free.

Please join the Chamber of Commerce while there and be part of the reason that East Hampton is the most special place to live, work, and have a business.

The best breakfast in the Hamptons, probably in all of New York, starts with an unbelievable coffee menu featuring “small farm” gourmet coffees prepared just for you. Fresh local fruit, organic yogurt, local breads, and homemade granola are followed by the most incredible omelets, pancakes made with local milled flour, and specials to make you think you are in breakfast heaven.

The catch? You can’t buy the best breakfast in the Hamptons, you must stay at the Mill House Inn, one of our East Hampton Chamber of Commerce members.

The Mill House Inn, with 10 luxurious rooms, has had the honor of winning almost every accolade a property can be awarded, including Travel+Leisure’s “Inn of the Month,” New York Magazine’s “Top 10 Hotels in the Hamptons,” and Zagat’s “Top 50 Small Hotels.”

Interestingly, that last distinction from Zagat’s also came with a coveted rating of “28″ for food — despite serving only breakfast and not being open to the public!

Hosts/managers “J” and Courtney will make sure your experience is beyond anything you imagined possible. The level of hospitality is truly special.

Stop in the Inn and say hello. There are always fresh-baked cookies and yummy treats in the snack bar, ask J for a cup of coffee, and see for yourself. The Inn is located at 31 North Main Street in East Hampton Village. See www.millhouseinn.com.

Steve Ringel is the executive director of the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce.