This year's Montauk sensation is the newly opened Ruschmeyer’s, a 19-room hotel, restaurant, and bar located on three acres of lakeside woodland. The original property was built in 1952; designer and co-owner Robert McKinley (of the Montauk Surf Lodge) has stayed true to that era, creating interiors featuring a midcentury nautical vibe. Factor in the food (from the team behind Fat Radish), and the hip factor soars even higher. Go to Ruschmeyer's for more information; see a video tour of Ruschmeyer's with designer Robert McKinley at The Feast.
Above: Ruschmeyer's is located on three acres of lakefront property.
Above: Rice paper lanterns hang in the the A-frame interior of Ruschmeyer's restaurant.
Above: Japanese fishing floats and a disco ball are a tribute to the Electric Eel Disco, which occupied the space in the 1970s.
Above: Custom Plato Dutch bicycles from Republic Bike.
Above: Lanterns hang in the trees above the hotel.
Above: All photos by Joe Termini for Ruschmeyer's.