Modern food culture is rapidly changing, at least we think so at Harbor Market & Kitchen.Farm to table is the new norm, the melting pot of American cuisine has reformed our idea of what typical American food should be.

Everyone wants to eat better these days, we are all aware that a varied diet based on more plants, legumes and seafood is a key factor in overall health and well being.We are shifting to appreciate more family meals at home. The focus being on flavors of the season, the farms that grow our ingredients, and preparing them in a way that makes us feel good.

We built Harbor Market & Kitchen to reflect all of this. The new normal is rustic, healthy, and easy. We do the preparation, the careful selection and sourcing. Our customers can relax and enjoy the experience.

We are a takeout kitchen by design. Come for morning coffee and fresh pastry, the newspaper, lunch, a pizza after the beach, local milk or bread. We cater holiday meals and bake all our pastries in house by hand every day. The menu reflects our view of what American rustic cuisine should be; farm to table, fresh and familiar.

Located in historic Sag Harbor, New York we are proud to be an anchor in the community. The East End farming community provides local produce, seafood, eggs and dairy. All our meat, seafood and dairy are humanely raised or harvested, and carefully sourced. We are equally proud to be an ethical local employer, providing safe and fair pay employment.

Paul Del Favero

Paul Del Favero is an award-winning chef with a dynamic record of excellence and more than twenty years experience in all facets of cooking and restaurant management. Born in Larchmont, NY, Paul inherited his passion for food from his mother, who encouraged him to attend Peter Kump’s School of Culinary Arts in Manhattan. In1981 he entered La Varenne Ecole de Cuisine in Paris, and years later, with an impressively star-studded resume spanning Europe and the States, he made his way back to New York.Paul headed to the Hamptons, where he is credited with putting the East End’s famous Nick and Toni’s on the culinary map. Over the next decade, satisfied diners and critics followed him to Henry’s in Bridgehampton and The Maidstone Arms, an historic inn and restaurant located on Main Street in East Hampton. In 2004, Paul and his family moved to Las Vegas, where he collaborated with restaurateur, cookbook author and television personality chef Bobby Flay to launch Mesa Grill Las Vegas at the legendary Caesar’s Palace. Now, after nine successful years at Mesa Grill Las Vegas, Paul has come back to the East End of Long Island. Here he’s always been inspired by the farm and sea bounty, and returning to the Hamptons feels like returning home.

Nick and Toni’s – Food & Wine Magazine — Three Stars, 1993

Nick and Toni’s – The New York Times — Two Stars, 1994

Nick and Toni’s – GQ Golden Dish Award, 1994

Henry’s – Long Island edition of The New York Times – Three Stars, 1999

Mesa Grill Las Vegas – Michelin Star, 2008

Susana Del Favero

A native of Spain, Susana Del Favero brings a wealth of design and management experience to the Harbor Market & Kitchen. After graduating from the Massachusetts College of Art with a degree in fashion design, she moved to the East End, where she oversaw the operations of two Banana Republic stores in the area as General Manager. In addition, she worked as an expediter at Nick & Toniʼs, where she met her future husband, Paul Del Favero. After taking time from her career to focus on raising two boys, Susana most recently worked as a Design Concierge/Sales Associate at Serena & Lilyʼs highly successful first retail store in Wainscott. Susana is excited to join her husband in creating a family kitchen at Harbor Market, where they hope to replicate the wholesome and nutritious lifestyle that they enjoy at home.