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RESTAURANT ROUND UP : MONTAUK

Sunset at the Montauket

With more places to eat per square mile than an other East End village Montauk offers a variety of eateries to suit the most demanding palate . Casual or sophisticated , simple or complex , familiar or exotic you ’ re sure to find a room to suit your tastes , budget and style . Don ’ t find what you ’ re looking for yet ? Don ’ t worry , as the season progress you ’ ll see old and new rooms opening daily . Here is a quick guide to the best of the best .

668 GIG SHACK
One of our most popular sidewalk cafes boasts a casual , hip atmosphere the young , smart set craves . The menu features a creative , tropically themed surf cuisine that ’ s heavy on fresh local fish and seafood . The bar offers a slew of custom cocktails , craft beers , fine wines and barkeeps who know how to keep the crowd happy . As the name more than implies , live music is a staple with folk , rock , pop , reggae and original tunes on tap . Serving lunch and dinner daily , brunch on weekends stop by and see why the crowd who knows , knows to linger here . Like a little bubbly with your meal ? Drop by Wednesdays for their half price deal on selected sparkling wines !
782 Main Street - 631-668-2727
ANTHONY ’ S PANCAKE HOUSE
For 65 glorious years this tried and true spot has put more eggs , pancakes , waffles , bagels w / lox , old fashioned French toast and freshly brewed coffee in front of more people than any other spot in town . For a real treat , try the crepes , they ’ re filled with fresh fruit , and topped with real whipped cream . Waffles are made to order , hot off the iron – top them with ice cream or berries . Breakfast is available all day , and lunch begins as soon as you ’ ve finished your eggs . Count on the handmade burgers , gyros , salads and sandwiches to be hearty and delicious , the prices reasonable and the service at your service . New this year a delicious honey bowl filled with home-made granola , Greek yogurt and fruit and the always hip Ascei Bowl , with organic rice , locally available fruit , berries , and assorted toppings .
S . Embassy and Main St - 631-668-9705
ARBOR
Coming into its second full season this is Montauk ’ s most exciting spot . Located next to the LIRR train station it was designed for the wine , beer and food lovers without compromise . Serving dinner daily enjoy fresh , local and homemade fare with fish and seafood pulled fresh daily . Pair that with 30 wines and beers by the glass from around the world and a equally cosmopolitan drinks menu . New this year enjoy a custom cocktail in their lush garden , a unique setting under the stars that blends the best Montauk has to offer .
240 Ft Pond Blvd - 631-238-5430
ATLANTIC TERRACE EATERY
NEW ! This spot is located on the ocean at the end of the village ’ s hotel row at the ever so cool , Atlantic Terrace . Always a good stop for a quick bite new chef Robert Prado brings a creative approach to breakfast and lunch sure to draw an even bigger crowd . Whether it ’ s an authentic Breakfast Empanada stuffed with scrambled eggs , spicy Chorizo and Cheddar , a Spicy Cherry Stone Poe Boy featuring corn meal crusted fried clams , a Poke Tuna Wrap with sushi-grade tuna mixed with pea shoots and crunchy noodles or the ridiculously delicious A . B . L . T , avocado , bacon , lettuce and tomato on a toasted Chabatta with herb mayo you ’ ll be glad you walked those extra steps to find this gem . Open to the public daily for breakfast and lunch .
21 Oceanview Terrace - 631-668-2050
DURYEA ’ S DOCK
Located on the beautiful shores of Ft . Pond Bay this was always a sure bet for a fresh lobster meal served on the sunny , bay front deck . Last year new ownership added a number of reasons to make repeat visits to this spectacular spot . First , a careful updating of the physical plant that kept the rustic , nautical feel with a more open space to drink in those magnificent sunsets . Second , a broader menu that included more fresh fish and seafood in imaginative recipes to add to still perfect lobsters meals . Last , the added care of Executive Chef Pierre Sudre , a French native who brought two decades experience in four-star restaurants from Miami to French Polynesia to bear . Open for lunch , dinner and take-out a happy marriage of the best of old and new Montauk .
65 Tuthill Road - 631-668-2410
FLAGSHIP
NEW ! For two years one of Montauk ’ s most popular restaurants has been dark . It was a shame because Dave ’ s Grill was a perfect place to have a dockside feast . As nature hates a vacuum that space is empty no more . Father and son team Chefs Eric and Adam Miller has rebuilt the restaurant into a new vision they call Flagship . With a combined 50 years veterans of both Manhattan and the East End they bring all their experience with Slow-Food , Farm-to- Table and Sustainable Eating here . That translates to sharable small plates , crudo and a raw bar all based on locally sourced fresh fish and seafood . Add to that his unique twist on custom cocktails , a décor unlike anything you ’ ve seen in MTK ( bamboo ceilings for one ) and a ambiance that is as adventurous as it is smooth . Open daily for dinner reservations are strongly suggested .
West Lake Drive - Montauk - 631-668-8260
GOLDBERG ’ S
Anyone who knows East End comfort food knows Goldberg ’ s . With locations in East Hampton , Southampton , Westhampton Beach they ’ ve spread the gospel of great comfort food from one end of the Hampton ’ s to the other . Here they offer three convenient locations , one in the village just south of Main Street , another between the village and Amagansett and just opened , their new outpost at the head of the harbor in what was for many , many years the Four Oaks . Enjoy the same fresh made bagels , home-made soups and full deli here , too ! Open from 6AM till 3PM daily come by for breakfast or lunch and see why the lines start to form as soon as the sun comes up !
28 S . Etna Street - 631-238-5976
GOSMAN ’ S DOCK
More than a restaurant a landmark that literally put Montauk on the gastronomic map ! Set beside the harbor inlet , the passing boats your personal maritime parade choose from the casual outdoor clam bar or formal restaurant . The first is a sunny stop for a basket of fried local seafood , freshly made lobster roll or hot dog and a cup of premium ice cream . The second is a full service restaurant where an innovative menu of local seafood , fish and lobster rivals any room in town . Like sushi ? There ’ s simply no better
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RESTAURANT ROUND UP: MONTAUK Sunset at the Montauket W ith more places to eat per square mile than an other East End village Montauk of- fers a variety of eateries to suit the most demanding palate. Casual or sophisticated, simple or complex, familiar or exotic you’re sure to find a room to suit your tastes, budget and style. Don’t find what you’re looking for yet? Don’t worry, as the sea- son progress you’ll see old and new rooms opening daily. Here is a quick guide to the best of the best.   668 GIG SHACK One of our most popular sidewalk cafes boasts a casual, hip atmosphere the young, smart set craves. The menu features a creative, tropically themed surf cuisine that’s heavy on fresh local fish and seafood. The bar offers a slew of custom cocktails, craft beers, fine wines and barkeeps who know how to keep the crowd happy. As the name more than implies, live music is a staple with folk, rock, pop, reggae and original tunes on tap. Serving lunch and dinner daily, brunch on weekends stop by and see why the crowd who knows, knows to linger here. Like a little bubbly with your meal? Drop by Wednesdays for their half price deal on selected sparkling wines! 782 Main Street - 631-668-2727   ANTHONY’S PANCAKE HOUSE For 65 glorious years this tried and true spot has put more eggs, pancakes, waffles, bagels w/lox, old fashioned French toast and freshly brewed coffee in front of more people than any other spot in town. For a real treat, try the crepes, they’re filled with fresh fruit, and topped with real whipped cream. Waffles are made to order, hot off the iron–top them with ice cream or berries. Breakfast is available all day, and lunch begins as soon as you’ve finished your eggs. Count on the handmade burgers, gyros, salads and sandwiches to be hearty and delicious, the prices reasonable and the service at your service. New this year a delicious honey bowl filled with home-made granola, Greek yogurt and fruit and the always hip Ascei Bowl, with organic rice, locally available fruit, berries, and assorted toppings. S. Embassy and Main St - 631-668-9705   ARBOR Coming into its second full season this is Mon- 56 | Montauk / Hampton Life | August 2017 tauk’s most exciting spot. Located next to the LIRR train station it was designed for the wine, beer and food lovers without compromise. Serving dinner dai- ly enjoy fresh, local and homemade fare with fish and seafood pulled fresh daily. Pair that with 30 wines and beers by the glass from around the world and a equally cosmopolitan drinks menu. New this year enjoy a custom cocktail in their lush garden, a unique setting under the stars that blends the best Montauk has to offer. 240 Ft Pond Blvd - 631-238-5430   ATLANTIC TERRACE EATERY NEW! This spot is located on the ocean at the end of the village’s hotel row at the ever so cool, Atlantic Terrace. Always a good stop for a quick bite new chef Robert Prado brings a creative approach to breakfast and lunch sure to draw an even bigger crowd. Whether it’s an authentic Breakfast Empana- da stuffed with scrambled eggs, spicy Chorizo and Cheddar, a Spicy Cherry Stone Poe Boy featuring corn meal crusted fried clams, a Poke Tuna Wrap with sushi-grade tuna mixed with pea shoots and crunchy noodles or the ridiculously delicious A.B.L.T, avocado, bacon, lettuce and tomato on a toasted Chabatta with herb mayo you’ll be glad you walked those extra steps to find this gem. Open to the pub- lic daily for breakfast and lunch. 21 Oceanview Terrace - 631-668-2050   DURYEA’S DOCK Located on the beautiful shores of Ft. Pond Bay this was always a sure bet for a fresh lobster meal served on the sunny, bay front deck. Last year new ownership added a number of reasons to make re- peat visits to this spectacular spot. First, a careful up- dating of the physical plant that kept the rustic, nau- tical feel with a more open space to drink in those magnificent sunsets. Second, a broader menu that included more fresh fish and seafood in imaginative recipes to add to still perfect lobsters meals. Last, the added care of Executive Chef Pierre Sudre, a French native who brought two decades experience in four-star restaurants from Miami to French Poly- nesia to bear. Open for lunch, dinner and take-out a happy marriage of the best of old and new Montauk. 65 Tuthill Road - 631-668-2410   FLAGSHIP NEW! For two years one of Montauk’s most popular restaurants has been dark. It was a shame because Dave’s Grill was a perfect place to have a dockside feast. As nature hates a vacuum that space is empty no more. Father and son team Chefs Eric and Adam Miller has rebuilt the restaurant into a new vision they call Flagship. With a combined 50 years veterans of both Manhattan and the East End they bring all their experience with Slow-Food, Farm-to- Table and Sustainable Eating here. That translates to sharable small plates, crudo and a raw bar all based on locally sourced fresh fish and seafood. Add to that his unique twist on custom cocktails, a décor un- like anything you’ve seen in MTK (bamboo ceilings for one) and a ambiance that is as adventurous as it is smooth. Open daily for dinner reservations are strongly suggested. West Lake Drive - Montauk - 631-668-8260   GOLDBERG’S Anyone who knows East End comfort food knows Goldberg’s. With locations in East Hampton, South- ampton, Westhampton Beach they’ve spread the gospel of great comfort food from one end of the !ѽéѼѡѡȸ!ɔѡ䁽ȁѡɕٔ)Ёѥ̰ѡ٥ЁͽѠ5)Mɕаѡȁݕѡ٥͕)Ёѡȁ܁ЁЁѡ)ѡɉȁݡЁ݅́ȁ䰁啅́ѡ)≠ѡͅɕ̰͠)ͽ́ձɔѽ=ɽ4ѥA4)䁍䁙ȁɕЁȁչ͕ݡѡ)́хЁѼɴ́ͽ́ѡո́(LѹMɕЀĴ(ll=M5;eL= ,)5ɔѡɕхɅЁɬѡЁѕɅ)5хլѡɽMЁͥѡ)ɉȁаѡͥ́ȁͽɤ)ѥɅ͔ɽѡՅёȁ)ȁȁɵɕхɅиQЁ́չѽ)ͭЁɥ͕ɕ͡䁵ѕ)ɽȁЁɕմɕQ)͕́ձ͕٥ɕхɅЁݡɔل)ѥٔԁ͕͠ѕȁɥم́)ɽѽݸ1͡Qɗéͥ䁹ѕ)ܹ5хխ1