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Kobe Beach Club: Jeffrey Chodorow’s Hampton outpost of his Manhattan and Miami Kobe Club steakhouses fittingly shares a 3,000-square-foot landscaped lawn with Hampton club du jour Lily Pond. While the décor is relatively modest—chocolate-brown wood and white tiled walls, white chairs, and samurai-sword chandeliers hanging overhead—expect a bustling scene (Joel Madden, Maggie Rizer, Estelle, and Bethenny Frankel have all dined recently). Banker types and well-heeled women chow down on the luxe beef grub in the indoor/outdoor dining space. On Fridays and Saturdays, a late-night menu is offered, attracting post-club goers looking to drop more Benjamins on the expensive eats. Highlights include Kobe Club’s patented steak flights (with American, Australian, and Japanese beef offered for $225 and up), seared salmon ($34), truffled french fries ($13), and some delectable eats from the raw bar.