Step Inside Julian Medina’s Hamptons Home
When he’s not at one of his New York City restaurants, the chef escapes to a retreat in Quogue, Long Island
Born in Mexico City, chef Julian Medina hasn't always called New York City home. But, with eight restaurants in the city, including three locations of his upscale Mexican bistro Toloache, two locations of the pan-Latin Yerba Buena, his Cuban bistro Coppelia, and the casual taqueria Tacuba in Astoria (and he'll be opening a new outpost of Tacuba in Manhattan this fall), it doesn't seem as if he'll be leaving anytime soon.
He currently resides on the Upper East Side with his wife Annie and daughter Olivia, but on the weekends, they like to escape the city for their home in the Hamptons. Since they bought it two years ago, the family has been visiting every weekend. To see everything from Medina's impressive Argentinian parilla grill to the handwoven textiles he has imported from Mexico City, let Medina show you around his vacation home in the gallery above.