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Solid dining (vegetarian-friendly, but meat OK too) on the East End of Long Island

mtayl Jun 15, 2008 12:27 PM

I've lived in East Hampton for 20 years (grew up there), am now in NYC for the summer. Going home with a friend for the weekend to show him the place. I am generally not a huge fan of the sceney (Nick&Tonis, Pacific East [though I heard that closed]) restaurants. I like good, fresh food though, and assuming entrees are in the 15-25 range that's just fine.

My friend is vegetarian but I eat meat. I was thinking a few of my favorites from my research the last few years are:

Dockside in Sag
Matto in East Hampton
Nichol's in East Hampton (though this one is probably the least veg-friendly)

Other ideas/updates on these? Looking to show him a good dining time without ending up with a $250+ bill at Della Femina for four of us (mom+dad included).

Thanks folks!

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    mangiamama Jun 16, 2008 06:28 AM

    Nichol's does have veg-friendly items on the menu. They have something for everyone on the menu from a burger to lobster.

    Have enjoyed my meal both times I ate at Matto.

    Have not been to Dockside in a while. They don't accept reservations and it can be up to an hour wait for a table outside.

    What about Bostwick's? 39 Gann Road at Harbor Marina

    1. coll Jun 16, 2008 10:59 AM

      We took our vegan friend to World Pie and she was very happy with her pasta dish, and amazed at how big the salad was.

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        mangiamama Jun 16, 2008 12:58 PM

        I also enjoy World Pie in Bridgehampton. I usually get salad, pizza and a nice glass of wine.

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