Check out restaurants in Bridgehampton, Jamaican dishes at Center Moriches, Key Lime Coconut cookies at Tate and more at East End “Food Seen”.
Bridgehampton is full of little shops, history and your next great meal. If you like Greek food then you will love it Elaia Estiatorio. It was included among press dayof the prestigious Top 100 Restaurants on Long Island in 2021. The all-white interior evokes the colors and charms of Santorini and Mykonos. The beet salad with white beans and pine nuts resting on a honeyed Greek yogurt is majestic, and the leg of lamb is also solid.
Bobby Van’s Steakhouse features a mahogany bar counter, polished floors, dim lighting, and white tablecloths. The two-inch-thick steak is well seared on the outside and has a strong aged beef flavor. Other excellent cuts include veal chop loin, filet mignon, and porterhouse for two. Fun fact (or rumour): Truman Capote is said to have finished In cold blood in the original Bobby Van’s!
Nothing screams summer more than a bruise Peter’s bottle of wine, with a sailboat illustrated on the label. Weather permitting, sitting outside at Pierre’s is always a pleasant experience. Great starters include French onion soup, bouillabaisse and one of the fresh pastas.
As spring approaches, be sure to dine al fresco at Bridgehampton Inn and Restaurantthe well-appointed patio. The restaurant offers creative dishes, such as BBQ Pulled Pork Peach Balls and Tequila Lime Chicken Pasta.
American pie pizzeria living up to its slogan: serious calzones, good pizzas. Located in the Bridgehampton Commons, Grandma’s Square Pizza hits the spot, as does Eggplant Parmigiana and Spinach Ravioli.
Tate’s recently shared that its popular Key Lime Coconut flavor, which debuted as a seasonal offering, will now be a permanent flavor. Tate’s Key Lime Coconut Cookies will be sold online at tatesbakeshop.com and on Amazon, and will also be available in stores nationwide by mid-March. The new permanent flavor is like spring in a bag of cookies!
There is a new Jamaican restaurant at 617 Montauk Highway in Center Moriches. Good Bickle is the brainchild of the Yakeev Chance brothers, Lester Ellis and Yannick Ellis. Look for classic dishes such as jerk chicken, ackee, and saltfish. It’s a family affair because the recipes have been passed down from their mother or grandmother.
East Hampton rowdy room will offer Irish specialties on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17 and Sunday, March 20. The special two-course Irish prix fixe will be available for $35 at dinner. Menu items will also be available during a la carte lunch on both days Rowdy is open from noon to 9 p.m. The special menu includes corned beef and cabbage, or bangers and mash. Erin will brag!
Did you know: The people who operate 668 The concert hut in Montauk will take over Elbow East in Southold, which overlooks Long Island Sound at Kenny’s Beach. Look for a Memorial Day opening.
Pieces and bites: Starter Seafood in Montauk is now open on weekends for the season.
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