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marisarose Nov 6, 2006 07:31 PM

What are everyone's favorite haunts in the Hamptons?

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    bevoray RE: marisarose Nov 6, 2006 08:22 PM

    The Stone Creek Inn
    East Quogue, NY

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      LloydG RE: marisarose Nov 6, 2006 08:25 PM

      Turtle Crossing - Easthampton

      1. MMRuth RE: marisarose Nov 6, 2006 08:29 PM

        I like Pierre's in Bridgehampton for lunch - have not been for dinner.

        1. coll RE: marisarose Nov 6, 2006 08:43 PM

          I second Turtle Crossing, although they're closed until spring.
          For casual, I like Gators in Hampton Bays and Buckleys in Hampton Bays or Southampton, and World Pie in Bridgehampton.
          I'm hearing alot of good things about FOOD in Hampton Bays, it's next on my list to try.
          Tuscan House is in Southampton now, great Italian. Like you're actually in Italy.
          Lori's (formerly 75 Main) had Michael Meehan as chef last I heard, so has to be good.
          We love Saracen in Wainscott, wonderful food and the nicest staff.
          A lot of places are closing, for the winter or at least for part of the week, so call before you go.

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            hungrylikeawolf RE: marisarose Nov 6, 2006 09:02 PM

            Red Bar Brasserie in Southampton- YUM

            1. jenniebnyc RE: marisarose Nov 7, 2006 12:55 AM

              more upscale....
              FOOD
              Jedediah Hawkins Inn
              Annona
              Star Boggs
              Stone Creek Inn

              more casual....
              Baby Moon - pizza/pasta
              Buoy One - great fried clams with bellies
              Indian Cove - good basic seafood and great risotto
              Tony's Asian Fusion - great thai curry

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                MMRuth RE: jenniebnyc Nov 7, 2006 01:01 AM

                I second Jedediah Hawkins Inn - didn't mention b/c it is on the North Fork - but absolutely worth the trip.

              2. jfood RE: marisarose Nov 7, 2006 10:57 PM

                East Hampton favorite is Nick and Toni's. Removed from my list is Dela Famina. Manager getting WAAAAAAAY too self-resto-important and views people that are not on the A-List as Z-listers.

                Further out in Amagansett is Pacific East next to the Farmer's Market, fantastic.

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                  pieman RE: marisarose Dec 10, 2006 03:44 PM

                  east hampton-nick and toni's
                  southampton-red bar for sure
                  watermill-robert's for upscale and suki zuki for japanese best in hamptons
                  westhampton-Annona without a doubt/star boggs was terrible all around

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                    jenniebnyc RE: pieman Dec 12, 2006 02:31 PM

                    I am interested in hearing about what was terrible at Star Boggs. I usually have a great meal there. (usually get the tuna tartare, nut crusted flounder with bananna and buerre blanc sauce and their fabulous iced cappuccino).

                    we have been a few times when the meats, such as short ribs, duck etc. tasted "freezer burnt", but the fish dishes are always a hit....especially the prefixe on Sundays. What a deal.

                    Have you tried F.O.O.D in hampton bays? It's fabulous!!! Not sure if they have closed for the season yet.

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                    rubes RE: marisarose Feb 3, 2007 09:22 AM

                    There are two great restaurants I ate at recently in greater Hamptons area:
                    Annona in Westhampton Beach and Chachama Grill in Patchogue. The atmosphere,staff, food and service at Annona was the best I had in years. Menu and food excellent. Amazing place with the cars in the showroom. Happened to have eaten there on Friday and they had great live music at the bar. Seems to be a very happening place. My wife has invited friends to go eat next Friday so we can all enjoy.
                    Chachama Grill is located in East Patchogue. If somebody had not told us where it was we would have never have looked to eat there. What a great meal. Food is really good. Chef comes out and visits. A very pleasant surprise. We'll be back.

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                      allfood RE: marisarose Feb 21, 2007 09:46 PM

                      Slo Jacks. :)

                      Actually, the "something" Maid in Hampton Bays has a Great Breakfast, I wish I remembered the full name, does anyone???

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                        coll RE: allfood Feb 22, 2007 04:04 AM

                        The Hampton Maid, they do have the best breakfast in the area (although Pancake Cottage makes a lot of home made style items too, don't think of it as a chain place, they just kept the name). Hampton Maid is the best place to stay too, although a little pricy.http://www.hamptonmaid.com/
                        PS they ONLY serve breakfast.

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                        ACknowsStyle RE: marisarose Mar 1, 2007 11:36 PM

                        Baby Moon is AMAZING. Their fish courses are excellent, and they offer alot of low calorie dining that is still extremely savory in taste.

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                          ctfoodie RE: marisarose Mar 2, 2007 08:38 AM

                          My favorites are

                          Upscale

                          1770 House--East Hampton
                          Daves Grill--Montalk (More casual atmosphere but upscale prices...but worth it)

                          Casual
                          Il Cappucino--Sag Harbor (and relatively reasonable too)
                          World Pie--Bridgehampton
                          Rowdy Hall-- East Hampton

                          1. phDuh RE: marisarose Mar 3, 2007 07:02 AM

                            There is a plain ol' Luncheonette in Hampton Bays that is a step back in time. Been there forever, and the food is great.

                            In Wainscott, I love Breadzilla. They have great baked goods, bagels, and lunch menu changes every day.

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