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East Hampton Deli's/Sandwich shops

tomatoe Jul 27, 2010 09:49 PM

I'm going out to East Hampton this weekend and was interested in finding an excellent sandwich shop or deli for lunch (either take out of eat in). Any recommendations??

  1. coll Jul 28, 2010 04:37 AM

    Goldberg's in East Hampton is an old fashioned NYC deli. Or were you looking for something more unusual? The Golden Pear chain is very popular. Most delis in the Hamptons are aimed at the contractors and working men. Did you want something more upscale, or just a hearty meal?

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    1. re: coll
      tomatoe Jul 28, 2010 07:08 AM

      I think I would prefer something more upscale- with a number of vegetarian selections and salads too.

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        coll Jul 28, 2010 07:17 AM

        Then Babettes on Newtown Lane would be perfect for you. If you want to spend a little less (still talking Hampton prices), Golden Pear has a place a few doors down from them.

        1. re: coll
          mom22tots Aug 3, 2010 02:37 PM

          I'd second the recommendation of Golden Pear...great iced coffee! I also really love Babette's, but I wouldn't call it a sandwich shop or deli.

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      dstern1215 Aug 3, 2010 09:56 AM

      Easily the best deli in the area is Luigi's, in Amagansett, and Pumpernickel's (which is next door) is good as well. Both are basically across the street from Goldberg's which was also mentioned in here (and is probably the best bagel place/NY style deli in the area).

      Another great sandwich place is Breadzilla, which is in the Wainscott area near Twice Upon A Bagel. The Seafood Shop, which is also in that area, also has sandwiches and good lunch fare.

      Finally, for kind of a hidden sandwich gem, try Cavaniola's Gourmet in Sag Harbor. They don't have a lot of sandwiches to choose from, but all of them are truly excellent.

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      1. re: dstern1215
        coll Aug 3, 2010 02:28 PM

        I can't believe I didn't think of Breadzilla, definitely try it and get some baked goods to take with you!

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