Ruschmeyer’s Review

Montauk is becoming the hottest place to visit for Hamptons regulars who make their weekly trek out East on weekends.  Ruschmeyer’s is the newest hotel, restaurant and bar hybrid from the King & Grove hoteliers who also own The Surf Lodge.  With its laid back, understated cool, it’s not hard to see why bright young things flock to the spot, which is a essentially a playground for adults.  Equipped with an outside beer-garden to rival The Standard’s, an outdoor dining area and late night bar with a stellar DJ lineup it’s hard not to have fun.
 I love how they stayed true to it’s summer camp feel (it was a camp in the ’50s) by keeping the color palette neutral with dashes of whimsy everywhere, like with a tepee in the middle of the dinning grounds.  Get the Rushmeyer’s look below:
Should you stop by Ruschmeyer’s for a beer or a weekend be sure to drive down the road to Navy Beach restaurant and enjoy hands down the most incredible sunset on the edge.
Photos and post by Gabrielle Katz
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