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RESTAURANT ROUND UP: MONTAUK fresh fish and seafood that compliment the traditional American and Greek specialties you’ll enjoy an afford- able and delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Royal Atlantic Resort - 631-668-1511   LEFT HAND A temple to all things caffeine, coffee lovers love this place! Settle back into the warm, worn wood and Adirondack stone décor, the feel is Berkshire cozy. Scan the menu and you’ll see exotic blends from Gua- temala, Costa Rica and Ethiopia served in drip, chemex and espresso style. Need to move beyond the familiar Americano, cappuccino and macchiato? Try a smooth Cortado to start your day! Tea lovers rejoice, there are a dozen prized Bellocq flavors to sample. Inviting, en- tertaining, relaxing and invigorating this small space is well worth the trip. You can enjoy their same great fare in their second location next to the new Goldberg’s at the head of the harbor. 82 S. Elmwood - 631-238-5434 derful food. And don’t forget Happy Hour daily 3-5 with specials all around! 88 Firestone Road - 631-668-5992   MTK LOBSTER HOUSE NEW! Here’s another spot that’s bound to make any seafood lover’s mouth water. Located on Main Street on the second floor of the Plaza Sports building you can easily guess the main focus of this cozy eat-in or take- out operation. Most everyone’s favorite summer vaca- tion meal is their focus and they plan to have enough cute crustaceans on hand to feed anyone’s Army, Navy or Air Force. Add fresh fish and seafood, tacos anyway you love them, build your own burgers, a great kids menu and more. Open daily for lunch and dinner and weekend breakfast hopefully staying a long, long time. 716 Montauk Highway - 631-238-5703   MUSE AT THE END One of the most original dining experiences on the East End, this last incarnation of the original Sag Har- bor location carries on the brand, proudly. Focused on innovative ways to use locally sourced ingredients, relying on recipes that features the freshest local fish and seafood, unafraid to offer tastes that challenge and stimulate this is truly a one-of-a-kind dining ex- perience. Open daily for dinner, weekends for lunch and brunch enjoy a rustic, open air décor, for a eye- opening look at fine dining. 41 S. Euclid - 631-238-5937   NATURALLY GOOD Looking for the healthiest meal & market in Mon- tauk? Just look for the orange awning on Main Street. Newly expanded from their original store a block from   M & R DELI As straightforward a proposition as you can ask, this is a traditional, all-American, full-service deli with all the attendant amenities. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily to go or enjoy at their stand-up service areas the menu brims with great choices. Start your day with fresh egg sandwiches, omelets and bagels. Enjoy signature sandwiches and any of a dozen, cus- tom made Paninis. Looking to eat light and healthy? Choose a freshly made chef, Greek spinach or house salad or build you own from their salad bar! Need to feed the family? They sell the best meats, salads, cheese and side dishes by the pound, too! Owned and run by the same folks who have made Gringos’ such a hit, no wonder this deli is already becoming a hot spot for locals and visitors alike. Open seven days a week from 5AM - 7PM. 71 Main Street - 631-668-8600   MARKET AT MONTAUK Two summers new operators brought life back to the old Gaviola’s building and reinvigorated that al- ways popular location. As the name implies it is a mar- ket where you can pick up organic, conventional and local groceries and all your goods for a perfect day at the beach or on the boat. You’ll find shelves and aisles overflowing with simple and fresh ingredients, as well as the essentials. This year they’ve added a new layer of offerings that are as healthy as they are delicious. Choose from innovative sandwiches, salads, spreads, smoothies and entrees that are vegan and vegetarian! Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner have yours to-go or enjoy your meal at one of their breezy, sidewalk tables. Open daily at 5AM. 463 West Lake Drive - 631-238-5433 TOPSIDE AND INLET CAFÉ AT GOSMAN’S Celebrating 75 Years • Family Owned and Operated FISH TACOS • SUSHI BAR • FROZEN COCKTAILS SPECTACULAR PANORAMIC VIEW OF MONTAUK HARBOR   MONTAUKET Perched high above Gardiner’s Bay is a landmark al- most as well known as the Lighthouse itself. For over 60 years people have flocked here for good honest lo- cal food a lively bar and the most spectacular sunsets in town. Serving lunch and dinner daily with great local fish and seafood, along with home-made soups, hearty burgers, healthy salads, traditional pastas, steaks and daily specials. The perfect spot for folks who appreci- ate genuine, old time Montauk atmosphere and won- www.MontaukLife.com Like Us On . . . JULY 2018 | Montauk Life | 61