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Updated: Jan 14

66 Newtown Lane

East Hampton, NY 11937


Locations: NYC: Brookfield Place, Madison Avenue, West Village, SOHO, Hanley, Loews Regency Hotel, Sotheby's, Gelateria, Southampton, Palm Beach and Milano

Milano, the original location, opened in 1936 and over the years Sant Ambroeus' popularity has taken it across the Atlantic Ocean to its first stateside location on Madison Avenue, which in 2022 celebrated its 40th anniversary. Since then Sant Ambroeus has opened additional outposts where demographics appreciate the quality of their product.

Melanzane alla Parmigiana and Carciofi e Parmigiano

The unusually warm weather conditions on New Year's Day in the Hamptons allowed us to eat al fresco

The bread service consists of three (3) types of bread: an olive bread, a crusty bread and a seeded bread, all of which are made in house, along with a beautiful robust Tuscan olive oil


The Christmas Panettone

The intimate bar, one of the best martinis around

Interior design is lively and romantic

Service is warm and welcoming

The menu is a tribute to its Milanese cuisine


The $6 charge for Parmesan

The inconsistent pour of their drinks

A little too pricey to make it a weekly spot

There is not a beverage menu for coffees and teas

Sant Ambroeus is simplistic while paying attention to detail, the food transports you back to it's Italian roots while enjoying the atmosphere of Madison Avenue, it's intergenerational while attracting a new generation who prefers to enjoy a simple meal with family and friends.

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