The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene
BloggersPeter Gianotti Erica Marcus Joan Reminick Marjorie Robins
Madison & Main, at 126 Main St. in downtown Sag Harbor, has closed.
In its place, a branch of Huntington's Doppio Artisan Bistro is expected to open in March. Frank Bono, a partner in Doppio, said the new restaurant will have a bigger emphasis on seafood, with raw bar and lobster dishes. As in Huntington, a pizza oven is slated for Sag Harbor. The original Doppio is in Greenwich,...Read more »
At The Cuddy, Sag Harbor’s new gastropub, beverage director Derek Nielsen has created a menu of delicious “handcrafted” cocktails to go with chef Gilberto Chico’s refined comfort food. Look for drinks made with fresh juices, artisanal bitters, house-made maraschino cherries and flavored syrups.
The Lucia Margarita ($12), with jalapeno-infused Reposado tequila, has just the right balance of...Read more »
Cavaniola’s, Sag Harbor’s specialty market, has opened a satellite location inside Vines & Branches, the olive oil and balsamic emporium on Main Street in Greenport.
Michael and Tracey Cavaniola preside over a little gastronomic empire that also includes a cheese store, takeout shop and wine cellar in Sag Harbor and a Manhattan branch in TriBeCa. The Greenport store opened on April 10.
Tracey...Read more »
Phao, which brought a lively Thai flavor as well as a lively bar scene to Sag Harbor, has closed. The restaurant had received a two-star rating from Newsday’s Peter M. Gianotti.
A note on its website says the owners are creating a new restaurant in the same space, to debut in the spring.
We will update you soon as we know anything definite.
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The Bell & Anchor in Sag Harbor, one of the summer's best openings, greets the cool weather with two fixed-price menus.
The year-round restaurant offers a two-course menu for $30 and a three-course one for $35 all night on Thursday and Sunday, as well as on Friday and Saturday until 6:30 p.m. Raw-bar specials include local Montauk oysters for $1.50 each; and local littleneck clams at $1...Read more »
Restaurant critic Peter Gianotti is won over by The Bell & Anchor, “a confident, stylish, unpretentious, full-flavored eatery, with first-class seafood, plus a water view . . . on the former "Oasis site” in Sag Harbor.
Joan Reminick reviews Chan's Sushi & Teriyaki in Lake Ronkonkoma which “gives the outward appearance of being little more than just another utilitarian strip mall...Read more »