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RESTAURANT ROUND UP: THE HAMPTONS   PULQUERA UNION CANTINA Looking for the best South-of-the-Border cuisine? Lucky for you this authentic spot opened last year in Southampton Village. Brought to you by the same fine folks who run the Southampton Social Club you’ll find this restaurant in the former Southampton Public House space on Bowden Square. There they’ve created a casual, colorful, festive room patterned after authen- tic roadside Mexican cantinas. With a well researched menu that features choices familiar and exotic, you’ll be able to wade deep into spices, ingredients and reci- pes that will keep you coming back again and again. Of course drinks are a priority and they have assembled a master menu of some three dozen custom creations sure to keep the whole posse happy. Open for lunch dinner and their trademark, bottomless brunch (served Saturday and Sunday 11:30 AM - 4PM) this is sure to be a year-round retreat. 40 Bowden Square - Southampton - 631-377-3500 Main Street - Sag Harbor - 631-725-0900   NICK AND TONY’S The granddaddy of all celebrity restaurants has had its first major make-over in its 25 years. Home to more famous faces than Page Six can count the food is as ex- quisite as the company. Reservations strongly advised. 136 N. Main Street, East Hampton - 631- 324-3550   SERVICE STATION You’ll find this welcome addition to the East End din- ing scene a mile west of East Hampton Village on the main drag. Brought to you by Michael Gluckman, one of the most experienced operators in the area, it is cal- culated to give the dining public what they want but rarely get. An affordably priced restaurant that offers great food in creative, casual fashion in a setting that straddles the line between polished and overwhelming. 1/4V Ad The results is a comfortable, easy to love lunch and din- ner experience sure to appeal to the seasonal and year round crowd. 100 Montauk Highway - East Hampton 631-267-5603   SMOKING WOLF When you want the best in authentic, down home BBQ there’s one place to go. Located a mile east of East Hampton Village you can smell the baby back ribs a mile away! Serv ing lunch and dinner daily with a great take-out operation, too, choose from all your favorite meals. Succulent pork, choice chicken, hearty beef and every side dish known to an eating man, this is ground zero for folks who want to simply enjoy a great, casual All-American meal with all the fixings. 199 Pantigo Road - East Hampton - 631-604-6470   ZAKURA Boasting a beautiful main room, private booths, a floor length sushi bar and separate bar this classic Japanese restaurant offers comfortable seating for 1 to 40. Featuring a full menu of sushi, sashimi, hand rolls and traditional entrées choose from the largest selec- tion in the area. That includes a collection of some 30 custom designed hand rolls. Serving lunch and dinner daily with take-out. 40 Montauk Highway, Amagansett -631-267-7600 RESTAURANT • BAR • LOUNGE Chef Matt is Back! 3 Times Guest Chef at the James Beard House in NYC “One of Long Island’s Best Chef’s” - BON APPETITE MAGAZINE SERVING DINNER DAILY FROM 5PM TILL 11PM BRUCH DAILY FROM 11AM - 3PM ENJOY HAPPY HOUR DAILY 5PM - 6:30PM With Half Priced House Wines and Well Drinks Monday is Steel Drums Night With Live Music 6 - 9 pm - Featuring $5 Rum Punches Thursday 6 - 9 pm Enjoy Live Music with Steve 16 Main Street Sag Harbor, NY 11963 • 631-899-4810 www.museintheharbor.com www.MontaukLife.com August 2017 | Montauk / Hampton Life | 69