The funky little restaurant and bar has a split personality in more ways than one. If we were not three blocks away from the Atlantic ocean, I could have sworn we were in Europe. There’s definitely a surfer’s vibe. And a bubble machine.
The actual village of Sag Harbor isn’t even a mile long, and they still manage to have food for every tastebud. It’s hard to list them all. Here are some of my favorites.
Don’t get me wrong, Candy Kitchen’s ice cream is unbelievable, but their grilled cheese is on a whole other level.
The good news is that summer doesn’t really end on Labor Day and nearly all your favorite joints (including those fleeting summer popups) will still be open after Tumbleweed Tuesday. Many stick around until Columbus Day or even Thanksgiving.
Any serious seafood fan would rather be gutted and filleted than serve anything non-local/not-so-fresh, so here’s the catch of the day according to Colin Mather, fishmonger-with-a-following and owner of the Seafood Shop in Wainscott.
Ah, Grand Central Oyster Bar. Nestled like a pearl in the architecturally stunning Grand Central Terminal, it’s a veritable temple to the briny shellfish that is so quintessentially New York. And on Tuesday August 5, the Oyster Bar is celebrating National Oyster Day with a special oyster menu and some fun oyster events.
Two beloved Montauk institutions have reopened as one and Montaukers in the know are again picking up their forks and digging into some of the best grub on the East End. The West Lake Clam and Chowder House has moved into the old Salivar’s overlooking the Montauk Harbor entrance and docks.
It’s certainly feeling like midsummer these days—a little sticky, a little muggy, a little slower and, some nights, too hot to cook. When that’s the eminent feeling (similar, we think, to the feeling that okays Birkenstocks as evening-wear in the summer), Edible’s editors like to leave the cooking to someone else. Here’s where we’re eating right now.
Monday is Industry Day at Montauk Beach House. The old RonJon got gussied up three years ago when the Polynesian-themed motel was turned into a private club in the heart of Montauk and the tiki god standing guard over the village turned gold.
If you missed our outrageously delicious subscriber-appreciation party, do not fear. You still have a whole summer to enjoy the South Fork Taco Trail, and to sign up for future subscriber parties.
Yes, we said Taco Trail.
Don’t let the somber scene outside your window fool you; summer is fewer than ten days away! And what better way to celebrate the season’s coming arrival than to throwback to the sunny days of 2006, when our Spring issue featured a look into Greenport’s buzzing restaurant scene? Nothing says summer like Greenport.
Memorial Day weekend is upon us and the chefs and restaurants are mixing things up.