MONTAUK, NY — Roberta’s, a Brooklyn restaurant that is a real institution, is coming to Montauk.
With locations in Los Angeles, Singapore, Nashville, Bushwick and Williamsburg, the new Montauk location — located within walking distance of the last stop of the Long Island Railroad’s Montauk Line — is expected to open in time for Memorial Day, officials said. owners.
Co-founded by Brandon Hoy and Carlo Mirarchi, Roberta’s will take over the 5,400 square foot space formerly occupied by the old Arbour, seating up to 165 people, including an outdoor patio and two bars. The restaurant will be open almost all year round.
On the menu are pizzas, including the signature “Ursula’s Parade” with clams, mozzarella and Calabrian chili. Bread baked to order in the wood-fired oven will accompany the homemade Straciatella. Pasta will feature local fish and shellfish. Natural wines, fresh cocktails and draft beers will be available, as will “inventive desserts” such as bay leaf panna cotta and root beer soft serve ice cream, according to a statement.
The original Roberta’s opened in Bushwick in 2007 in an industrial warehouse on Moore Street.
“Brandon and I are thrilled to bring good times to Montauk,” Mirarchi said.