Restaurant News


Roberts in Water Mill closes its doors after 25 years
Water Mill, NY: I am sad to announce that Robert’s Restaurant in Water Mill, NY a historic farmhouse and setting for rustic Italian cooking with local produce & seafood has closed their doors after 25 years. Owner-Chef Robert Durkin wrote in a Facebook Post on August 3rd. I was told 3 weeks ago that NYS Depart of Tax had shut them down, but I was hoping that they would recover.


Roberts-logoDurkin’s Facebook Post…..
“Dear Friends:Effective August 3, 2015, ROBERT’s has been closed after a long contentious and profoundly illegal action by the State of NY Sales Tax Authority . It is with much sadness that I share this news. I will in the future publicly share the sordid details of the immoral pogrom on the part of a bankrupt state, but that is the work of another day. Today I am feeling great sorrow and loss both for myself and the many people who contributed to making ROBERT’s the loving , living and thriving experience it was. I thank you all here for that. I go forward strengthened only by the moral certitude of my integrity , which regardless of the outrageous slanderous accusations of a state bereft intelligence or morals, remains very much in tact. And once again thank you for your many years of support.
Robert Durkin
Chef , Owner ROBERT’s”

NYC Happenings: Paul’s on Time Square
Paul Nicaj and Dino Redzic know hospitality like the back of their hands and they proved just how well they know it at the grand opening party for their new restaurant “Paul’s on Time Square.” The two industry giants held a warm and welcoming event at the Hilton Garden on 42nd Street last Wednesday to celebrate their newest project, and the hotel’s featured restaurant, described as a destination for Italian fare with a global touch. FullSizeRender(2)

The party kicked off several stories up in a cozy lounge with a fireplace, tables for both communal and private seating, and an outdoor terrace. Champagne and wine was poured and complimented the extravagant spread of Italian meats and cheeses as well as an assortment of fruits and nuts.FullSizeRender(3)
The main dish was a whole baked branzino, delicately cut and served to guests whom were eager to try. The hor dourves passed included mini caprese skewers, bruschetta bites, crab cakes, and margharita pizza slices. All seemed to enjoy the food, the atmosphere, and the company.

Drawing a crowd next to the main bar was New York City’s first “SmartTender,” a revolutionary automated bartending system. Guests, myself included, were instructed on how to try the new bar toy. The touchscreen displays the list of spirit options. By touching the screen to choose, the patron then selects a mixer such as cranberry juice, pineapple juice, Coca-Cola, etc. Next, the SmartTender prompts the guest to choose an additive if preferred. Those listed were seltzer, orange bitters and lime juice, to name a few. The final step in the process is the option of adding an additional shot of alcohol and then it’s time to pour. The SmartTender registers the guests’ choices and pours a proportionally correct beverage into a glass positioned below the machine’s dispenser. Viola! A cocktail made to your liking in 30 seconds.FullSizeRender(4)

With my new “smart” made drink in hand, I made my way through the crowd and came upon Paul and Dino’s private table where they sat with, whom I presumed to be, close friends and family. I sat at a table close by and glanced in their direction noticing the plates of meatballs, shrimp cocktail, and other dishes that filled the table. Everything looked delicious and I could not refrain myself from commenting on the spread that lay out in front of them.

My remark did not go unheard and was responded to by Paul and Dino offering me to indulge in the food before them. “Please, please, eat,” I heard either Paul or Dino exclaim, pushing the plates towards me. And although I was not entirely sure which of these gentlemen made this hospitable notion towards me, I was too pleasantly surprised by the gesture to care. To the guests and myself, the event was for Paul and Dino- to celebrate the opening of “Paul’s” and their success in the industry. Yet to Paul and Dino, as it became very clear to me then, the night was for their guests and their customers, and at any time, even at their own celebration, they would make sure to show great hospitality.FullSizeRender

Photo credit: Laurain Aydinian

Hamptons Eats:Doppio is seeing Double..NYC and Sag Harbor..Greetings Hamptons Mouthpiece readers I visited Doppio Artisan Bistro, in Huntington the Long Island branch of a Greenwich, Connecticut pizzeria-gelateria-trattoria and had a delicious meal which will be opening soon in Sag Harbor… Executive chef Louis Barresi, who co-owns both restaurants with his brother, Joseph, launched the Huntington place with a third partner,Thomas Pescuma. This Bistro is village-cozy, the kind of place that one would see in the West village the food is fresh, tasty, and reasonably price. If you’re in Huntington and are undecided give Doppio a try. Good Italian food and all of their pasta are homemade and cooked in traditional Italian style. IMG_1938Doppio inside..

Be sure to make a reservation because the energy is vibrant and a favorite among young families. The place is intimate and I have been told gets very busy on a Friday and Saturday nights. This is the place to go when you’ve been everywhere and need something new and exciting. The atmosphere is great and the service is unparalleled.

Dani Leggard
Dani Leggard

Dani and I shared with the signature Brick Oven pizza “Doppio” Butternut Squash, Fresh Mozzarella & Pancetta. It was light and savory, satisfied every taste bud, and the crust was thin and crisp.IMG_1936

We also shared some Truffle Parmesan Fries…I was so happy to see this on the menu, and although I had already ordered the pizza I had to taste these truffled fries. I was not disappointed they are delicious.

IMG_1934 One would think we would be completely full after the fries and the pizza, but we did not feel full and made room for a pasta dish. We decided to share a dish because the portions were fairly large to share, family style. We had the Fusilli Cartoccio (hand rolled pasta,Porcini mushroom, baby heilom tomatoes, truffle oil, mascarpone cheese) Oh my goodness was this amazing. The sauce made me want to lick the plate because it satisfied my palate and left me feeling wonderful and very satisfied. See for yourself how much was on my plate and this was a shared portion. 


Doppio Artisan Bistro is a fine Italian restaurant specializing in artisinal pizza, authentic cuisine, and handcrafted gelato. The menu includes traditional and contemporary dishes in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The restaurant has a full bar, and offers brunch specials on Sundays. It offers take out and delivery in addition to dining in. Doppio Artisan Bistro opened in Huntington in 2013.

Doppio Italian Cuisine is coming to Sag Harbor, NY and opening in March. They bought Madison & Main restaurant that was labelled as one of the Hottest places to be in Sag Harbor last summer 2013. Michael Gluckman & Eric Miller sold the Restaurant to the owners of Doppio, LLC in Early December 2013 after only being open for less than 1 year. I spoke with Frank Bono and Tom Pescuma and asked if they would be making major changes at Doppio in Sag Harbor, I was told they would be making minimum changes, since the restaurant is fairly new. I am happy to announce that they will be keeping the bar where it is at because lets face its that is a draw….They will be adding in a  Brick Oven Pizza Oven. 

DOPPIO will be competing with other Italian Restaurants in Sag Harbor, Concordora, Tutto Il Giorno, Cappelletti Italian Grill and the beloved Il Capuccino RestaurantDoppio states they will bring a completely different Vibe to Sag Harbor and they are 1 of 4 restaurants that I am aware of in the Hamptons that offer Brick Oven Pizza… the other places to my knowledge are Nick & Toni’s(EH), World Pie(Bridgehampton) Pizzetteria Brunetti (West Hampton).


They plan on being part of the community, the Executive chef Louis Barresi trains every chef that works for Doppio and they pride themselves on the fact that the food taste the same at every restaurant. They will be starting their search very soon for staff at the Sag Harbor location. The West Village location will be opening very soon. We wish them tremendous success and I look forward to ordering that butternut squash pizza again and the Nutella Pizza with Bananas & Strawberries for dessert. I asked if there were plans to open additional locations and lips were tight at this time, so for right now..Doppio is seeing Double..NYC and Sag Harbor locations. Doppio Hudson & Doppio Sag Harbor 2014 newest locations.

The Doppio Restaurants are part of the Timeless Hospitality Group founded by Louis Barresi, Tom Pescuma, and Harry Armon.

Hamptons Eats…Are you in the mood for a Hamptons Greek cuisine? Greetings Hamptons Mouthpiece Readers…last week I had the pleasure to dine at 2 Greek Restaurants in the Hamptons. I have always liked greek food and I wanted to try out these two restaurants, one is in Southampton and the other in Bridgehampton, both owned by the same corporation. Nammos Estiatorios  & Old Stove Pub serves authentic Greek and Mediterranean cuisine in Southampton, NY and  Bridgehampton, NY. Before visiting both restaurants I usually rely on Yelp to guide me, I like to see what others have to say, since the price for 2 people to eat out at a restaurant in the Hamptons usually averages in the price range of over $100. My thought process is, if I am going to go out and spend money I want to get my money’s worth. Unfortunately the reviews were somewhat disappointing, but since friends of mine had shared their experiences with both places I chose to ignore the reviews and I am happy I did. 


Last Wednesday, July 24th I visited Nammos in Southampton, NY with my foodie teenager Allura. Nammos is 2 years old and previously was occupied by the popular Nello’s. Nammos Southampton serves authentic Greek and Mediterranean Seafood cuisine and the chef I am told, is an award-winning Greek Chef Emmanouil Aslanoglou. We arrived very early before 6pm, the average time that many Hamptonites typically go out for dinner is after 7pm, but we had plans and I usually eat before 7pm. The place was very quiet with few diners at this time, our waitress was very kind and knowledgable of the menu and the history behind the restaurant. 

We start with Pikilia a sampling of  DSC_1338six homemade traditional Greek Spreads..Tarama, Tzatziki, Skordalia, Green Pea Hummus, Melitsanosalata….our favorites were the Pink caviar, the Feta with red onions & the traditional Greek yogurt spread. 

We decided to try the Htenia (spicy pan roasted scallops with black truffle and cretan yogurt macaroones pasta) & Fried Calamari …We loved the spicy scallops but did not care for the Fried calamari, it lacked seasoning.


We were full from the spreads and the starter dishes and rushed because Allura had rehearsal at 730pm so we chose to order only one entrée, and Emilios suggested that we try the Lavaraki (loup de Mer, Mediterranean Sea Bass, Lean, sweet flavor) with a side order or Seasoned Lemon garlic Potatoes…I have to say the fish was very light, but it was just ok, I thought it could have used a little more seasoning, we absolutely did not care for the lemon garlic potatoes, I do think those might be an acquired taste. DSC_1345

Overall our dining experience at Nammos in Southampton, NY was delightful  and the manager Emilios Eliades and his staff were attentive and very kind. I would have loved to try dessert, but our time was limited, next time because I think it would be fun to go back with friends to have those greek spreads again. We really liked them!

managerOLD STOVE PUB: After visiting and dining at Nammos in Southampton I was anxious to dine at the  sister place in Bridgehampton, called the Old Stove Pub. I have passed this restaurant several times and yet never bothered to dine there, but I wanted to do a comparison since I was told it too was a Greek restaurant. I went with my friend Helen, unfortunately the weather was yucky and we could not enjoy the outdoor dining that I am told is so beautiful. The night before, a friend had raved about his wonderful meal at the Old Stove Pub, so although the reviews on YELP were discouraging I was looking forward to dining there. 

old stove pubUnlike Nammos that had a new youthful, Southampton look, Old Stove Pub has a more rustic feel. It was cozy and comfortable. George Gounelas the Manager was very attentive and although I liked the food at Nammos, I had a better dining experience at Old Stove Pub. I am shocked to read what some wrote about their dining experience because I had the complete opposite experience. 1000116_10201019819672161_220457121_n

I am ashamed to share with all of you what two women ate for the night, it was just shameful and we were so full that we needed someone to roll us to the car, just kidding…. I was so full that I could not eat anything until late afternoon the next day. Spanakopita,

  • We started with Spanakopita, baked Spinach, leeks, Scallions
  • Feta cheese, Crispy Phillo, Greek Salad, Organic Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Onions, peppers, barrel aged Dodonis Feta
  • Shrimp Tourkolimano, large Shrimp with tomato sauce and feta cheese baked in a casserole (this one I did not care for that much)
  • Saganaki, Greek Cheese baked in a Casserole with lemon juice and Olive oil
  • Entrée: Lavraki…European Bass, Lean, sweet flavor, with capers, herbs and lemon oil sauce
  • Classic Steak….(Helen loved it and said it was the best steak she had in a long time,)..with a side order of Melitzana Papoutsaki, roasted Eggplant with tomato-onion and feta cheese..I loved this hint of spice…969758_10201019823392254_1659595918_n

We ended our meal with a delicious dessert, Loukoumades…Greek handmade donuts with spicy honey, cinnamon sugar, vanilla ice cream ,these donuts are a piece of heaven… So my friends after dining at both Greek Restaurants, for me my favorite was the Old Stove Pub. It was more relaxed, the Manger was more attentive, the service was quick and the food was amazing. donuts

I think Nammos is the place to go if you are going with a group of friends, the serving sizes are meant for a group like setting and it has a youthfulness with a beautiful outdoor dining area. It seems to me that younger people would appreciate this place slightly more than the Old Stove pub which does attract a slightly older clientage. What’s interesting is Nammos has a website and Old Stove Pub does not, that speaks of the age difference.

When I arrived at The Old Stove Pub around 630pm the place was very quiet with many open tables, when I left after 8pm, almost every table was full. The customers were slightly older and many of them were return customers. I find that older customers go out for a fantastic dining experience and judge the food and the service. Younger people under the age of 45 tend to judge a restaurant not just on food but entertainment as well. I however prefer the food and the service…ooops am I telling my age?

Nammos is located @ 136 Main Street, Southampton, NY

Old Stove Pub is located 3516 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY 11932 Both restaurants are in the same price range. Nammos is only open for the Season and Old Stove Pub is open year round. 

If you do decide to dine at either restaurant, Tweet me and let me know about your dining experience…

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Dining out in the Hamptons can be Affordable…..Greetings Hamptons Mouthpiece readers, when many people think of the Hamptons, they think it is only a summer resort area where the rich and famous hangout for the summer..They come to go to the beach, dine out at the hundreds of restaurants, party and attend over-priced events… I had several people ask me this summer “people actually live here year-round”, I looked at them puzzled..why would you think people don’t live here year-round. Even before I moved to Sag Harbor, I have always loved the Hamptons in the Fall, for many reasons.

  1. No traffic,
  2. Prix Fixe menus at Restaurants
  3. The beaches are beautiful and quiet in September
  4. Shopping, many sales on items that I could not afford full price.
  5. Everyone is kind, warm and very friendly
  6. Bikers respect the road

I decided to bring you information in one place that you may not be aware of…this article will focus on Restaurant specials during the off-season…Special Thanks to Word Hampton

Fresno**8 Fresno Place, 631 324-8700

Prix Fixe:Appetizer & Entree $28**Appetizer, entree & dessert $30 Sunday- Thursday all night
Friday & Saturday until 6:32 and Every night at the bar.


Grill on Pantigo,

203 Pantigo Road, 631 329-2600

$24 Food & Wine**Appetizer, entree & a glass of wine*5:30-6:30 Monday-Thursday


Michaels’ at Maidstone**28 Maidstone Park Rd, 631 324-0725

ThreeCourse Prix Fixe $30

Available Sunday through Thursday, all evening. Friday 5 p.m.- 6:30 p.m.

Early Bird Special $21.95**Call for specials. Varies daily.

Available everyday from 5 p.m.- 6:30 p.m.


Nick & Toni’s**136 N Main St, 631 324-3550


Nick & Toni’s offers specialty woodburning oven pizzas, film & food package, and a three-course prix fixe for the fall season. The famous woodburning oven pizzas are returning for the fall season. The pizza menu is available all night Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday. A sample menu is as follows:

Pizza Menu $16

Film and Food is offered every Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday. A two-course dinner will be available with a United Artist/Lowes movie voucher for $30 per person. The menu will include a choice of soup, mixed greens or Caesar salad and any pizza or pasta.

The three-course prix fixe for $30 is offered every Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday all night. Choose an antipasti or primi, secondi and dolci. Pizzas are not available for the prix fixe and there is a supplemental charge for the whole fish, strip steak and veal chop.

For further information or reservations, call Nick & Toni’s at (631) 324-3550

Stone Creek Inn

405 Montauk Hwy, 631 653-6770

Three Course $30 Prix Fixe Menu**Until 6:30


Agave’s Blue Cactus*122 E. Montauk Highway, 631 728-0000

Prix Fixe Special $12.95

Your choice of –Starters, Cup of soup of the day, Garden salad

-Entrees: Cheese quesadilla*Grilled chicken quesadilla*Bean & cheese burrito

Grilled vegetable burrito*Chicken enchilada*Los carbos taco salad with seasoned ground beef

-Dessert*Homemade tres leche cake*On premise only. No take out.


Gators Restaurant

6 W Montauk Hwy, 631 728-4100

 Fish Fry Only $12.99**» Best Lunch Deal in Town (Two lunches for $14.99!)

Recession Special 3 Course Prix Fixe only $16.99


Estia’s Little Kitchen

1615 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Tpke, 631 725-1045

Prix Fixe Dinner**Three course dinner  for $27.00 from 5:30-6:30 pm.
Choose soup or salad, main course and any dessert.

5:30pm to 6:30pm


Barrister’s Restaurant**36 Main St, 631 283-6206

$5 Bailout Burgers Wednesday**All Day. All Nite. Any Way.

Wednesday’s only

New Paradise Cafe**Sag Habor, Main Street**Fall Special
Prix-Fixe menu 7 days per week 5-10pm (includes appetizer & entree)
$28 or $32.00***add $3 for choice of any dessert

Pomme Cafe**Sag Harbor, Main Street**Fall special
Brunch 10-4pm daily…Dinner Prix-Fixe M-TH $19.99 (3 course meal)

Phao Restaurant, Sag Harbor, Main Street*631-725-0101
Prix Fixe Menu 530-630pm* M-TH**$24.95 specific menu


Clamman Caterer*235A North Sea Rd, 631 283-3354

PRIX FIXE MENU**Each evening please help yourself to our fabulous extensive Salad and Side Bar.
CHOICE OF: Fish of the Day or Organic BBQ Chicken*$39.50
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: STEAK NIGHT**Prime Ribs or Steak Au Poivre**$42.50
CHOICE OF:Lobster or BBQ Baby Back Ribs **$42.50 plus dessert


Le Chef

75 Jobs Lane, 631 283-8581**Prix Fixe from $24.95


Red Bar brasserie 210 Hampton Rd, 631 283-0704

Prix Fixe**2 Courses $26, 3 Courses $29

Offered all night Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday. Friday from 6- 6:45. Excluding holidays and weekends.


Shippy’s Pumpernickels Restaurant

36 Windmill Ln, 631 283-0007

Dinner Special $15.95.Includes soup, salad, potato and vegetable.**except holidays

Sunday Special Complete Prime Rib Dinner $18.95**except holidays


Southampton Publick House 40 Bowden Square, 631 283-2800

 2 for 1 Entrees 5-10pm* 3-course prix fixe dinner $21.95.


Muse Restaurant & Aquatic Lounge760 Montauk Hwy, 631 726-2606

$24.95 3-course Prix Fixe from the regular Dinner Menu ALL NIGHT!

Thursday – Sunday starting at 5PM. Call 726-2606 for reservations or just come in.


Casa Basso*59 Montauk Hwy., 631 288-1841

3 Course Prix Fixe Menu **$25 per person. See menu at

Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday- All Night
Friday & Saturday – 5-6:30pm

Harbor Bistro*New Hours & Prix Fixe Availability
WHERE:  313 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton, NY 11937  (631) 324-7300
WHEN:   Beginning Monday, September 12
$29 Prix Fixe – All-night Thursday & Sunday, 5 – 6 p.m. Friday & Saturday or all-night every night at the bar; $19 Prix Fixe – 5 – 6 p.m. every night
The Living Room**Afternoon Tea
WHERE:  The Living Room c/o The Maidstone**207 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937
WHEN:   Saturdays and Sundays from 3 to 5 p.m.
Weekend Afternoon Tea at The Living Room
Afternoon tea on Saturdays and Sundays from 3 to 5 p.m. The offer includes a selection of Plain teas, finger sandwiches, scones, jam, clotted cream and cookies. The cost is $20 or $30 which includes a glass of champagne. Dinner Prix Fixe at The Living Room beginning at 5:30. The dinner includes three courses for $35.. For more information contact The Living Room Restaurant at c/o The Maidstone at(631) 324-5006.Navy Beach**New Fall Menu Items and Hours*Sixty cent(.60) Sunday’s

6 Navy Road, Montauk, NY 11954** (631) 668-6868**
WHEN:   September 11 – October 9
They include Duck Leg Tacos with Hoisin BBQ and Mango Chutney ($13) and Lamb Osso Buco with Israeli Cous Cous and Harissa ($26).  As well, Navy Beach announces a new fall promo called “Sixy Sundays.”  Every Sunday all day from September 11th through October 9th the following items will be themed with 6’s.  Enjoy .60 cent Jerk Wings and $6 Navy Dogs, available at the bar only.  Also enjoy $6 Draft Beers and $6 Bacon Bloodies.

Rowdy Hall**Oktoberfest Weekly Prix Fixes
10 Main St. in the Parrish Mews, East Hampton, NY (631) 324-8555
When:   Saturday, September 17 to Friday, October 14 beginning at 5 p.m.
Rowdy Hall Celebrates Oktoberfest with German Fare Fester Pries and Beer Specials
$24 fester preis (prix fixe) from Saturday, September 17 through Friday, October 14 starting each night at 5 p.m. The dinner specials change weekly and are as follows:

Serafina East Hampton**Fall Prix Fixe
104 North Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937 (631) 267-3500
WHEN:   Thursday and Sunday all night***$21.95 three-course prix fixe menu all night Thursday and Sunday. Appetizer substitutions may be added for $3 and main course substitutions may be added for $6.

The Backyard Restaurant at Solé East**New Fall Hours and Menu
90 Second House Road, Montauk, NY 11954 (631) 668-2105
WHEN:   Wednesday through Sunday, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.**new hours and menu items for fall.  The restaurant offers dinner Wednesday through Sunday beginning at 5:30 p.m. and, on Friday nights, dinner will be accompanied by live music.  Chef Larry Kolar’s dinner menu includes popular favorites and new seasonal tastes.


Townline BBQ**Fall Happy Hour
3593 Townline Road, Sagaponack, NY 11962 (631) 537-2271
When:   Thursday – Monday
Townline BBQ fall happy hour specials.  Thursday, Friday and Monday from 4 – 7 p.m. Townline will offer the following deals at the bar:.Football Specials:  Saturday and Sunday from 1 p.m. to close and Monday from 7 p.m. to close
BEER SPECIALS***$3 Coors Light pints & $12 Coors Light pitchers
*$4 pints & $15 pitchers of tap beer (Guinness Stout not included)
FOOD SPECIALS @ the Bar ranging from $2.50-$5.00

Fresno *Autumn Hours, Deals and Live Music**8 Fresno Place, East Hampton, NY (631) 324-8700**Wednesday to Sunday from 5:30, Closed Monday & Tuesday
A nightly $28 two-course, and $30 three-course, prix fixe menu is available in the dining room until 6:32 p.m. and all night, every night, at the bar. Brazilian Thursdays continue starting at 7:00 p.m. with live bossa nova by Ludmilla and specialty caipirinhas, Brazil’s national cocktail, on offer.

Montauk Yacht Club Resort & Marina*Gulf Coast Kitchen Fall Prix Fixe
WHERE:  32 Star Island Road, Montauk, NY 11954 (631) 668-3100
WHEN:   Sunday – Thursday starting Monday, September 12 from 5:00 p.m.
$29.95 three-course prix fixe dinner menu from Sunday to Thursday evening starting Monday, September 12.  Locals who show their Montauk Yacht Club blue and white enamel key chain get an additional 10% off. Top of the seasonal menu is an award-winning clam chowder that will compete in the 30th Montauk Fall Festival Clam Chowder Contest on October 8.  Entrees include grilled striped bass, mussels meuniere, slow cooked short ribs and an 8-ounce Kobe beef burger. Chocolate decadence cake with raspberry puree and vanilla bean crème brûlée are among desserts.

Your favorite seasonal Restaurants will be closing soon for the season
Turtle Crossing American Bistro**
WHERE:  221 Pantigo Road (Rt. 27- Montauk Highway), East Hampton, NY 11937
WHEN:   September through Sunday, October 16
Friday Night, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday Lunch, Noon – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday and Monday, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
*Five Nights for Dinner and Weekends for Lunch
*New Fall Back to Favorite with Fajita Thursdays
*New Saturday and Sunday Specials at the Bar
*Happy Hours Continue
*Mama, Lee and Rose every Friday with $5 and $4 tap beers
is open for dinner, take-away and catering five nights from Thursday to Monday, and for lunch Saturday and Sunday, through October 16 with new and long-standing menu favorites.

The Beacon, 8 West Water Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963 (631) 725-7088
WHEN:   Lunch – Saturday and Sunday from 11:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. through Sunday, September 25;

Dinner – Thursday to Monday starting at 6:00 p.m. through October
On Chef Sam McCleland’s lunch menu are tuna tartare with capers, whole grain mustard, cucumber, red curry paste and mixed greens ($14); moules frites “Beacon style” with garlic, white wine, lemon-thyme, cream and tomatoes and fries ($16); blackened flounder sandwich with house-made remoulade and crispy chips on ciabatta bread ($16); and lobster salad with mixed greens, red onions, French beans, tomatoes and balsamic vinaigrette ($25).


I am sure that there are many other restaurants that are having a prix fixe for the off season, I would suggest if the restaurant you want to go to is not on this list, you call them and ask them if they are offering fall specials or…If you had a bad experience at a restaurant during the summer, give the restaurant a second chance you may find that you will have a better experience during the Fall…I try to avoid restaurants that are crazy crowded in the summer and I go to those restaurants in the Fall and winter because I find the service to be more relaxed, better service and the food is not rushed. If you want to really know what’s going on in the Hamptons…Hamptons Mouthpiece is your resource..