Campers at both locations enjoy nutritious, wholesome, and flavorful food prepared by the renowned Ross Café. From the locally sourced produce to the compost pile, children actively participate in a natural food cycle that is healthy for them and for the planet.

The Café in East Hampton is conveniently located in the Center for Well-Being. In Bridgehampton, campers dine in the lunchroom in the Field House. Sample entrées include pasta with pesto, roasted chicken, turkey meatloaf, whole-wheat quesadillas, beef bolognese, grilled Italian sandwiches, and home-style macaroni and cheese.

Our produce is brought in daily from local and organic farms, and we offer dairy and meat that is hormone- and antibiotic-free. Vegetarian and nondairy options are available, including soy milk.