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A sign that summer is almost here is the reopening of The Clam Bar at Napeague in Amagansett. The roadside stand, known for its clams (on the half shell or fried), clam chowder, lobster rolls and the like, is now open Friday to Sunday, weather permitting. Today is out of the question.
Tomorrow and Sunday, though, have sunny forecasts. Which means that a fried clam roll might shortly...Read more »
There are a lot of way to fuel the festivities on the Fourth of July. But they all don't have to be on the grill.
So, let us praise lobster rolls. Here's a quartet of East End sparklers.
At fishbar on the lake in Montauk, the lobster roll comes with a pretty water view. A lettuce leaf separates the tender lobster meat from the bun. A pickle cuts the richness. Very good.
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The northern offspring of the Lobster Roll in Amagansett will be put up for auction next month. And, if sold, it's expected to close.
This action doesn't affect the original Lobster Roll on Montauk Highway. That eatery will shut for the season after this weekend but is slated to reopen in spring.
Potential buyers will be visiting and touring the Northside site, situated in Baiting Hollow...Read more »
If you’ve been planning to make it out to La Fondita in Amagansett but somehow never got there, know that there are only nine more days until the place (whose seating is mostly outdoors) closes for the season.
Last year, La Fondita's food was available at Townline BBQ in Sagaponack; this year, however, it won't be.
Some dishes I'd drive out East for: soft corn tacos — filled...Read more »