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THE SLOPPY TUNA

Swimsuits, shorts and T-shirts and flip-flops are the rule at this restaurant-bar on the edge of Montauk's public beach. From early afternoon into the late night, the newly renovated roof deck virtually pulsates. Often, there's live music.

(July 9, 2012)(Credit: Doug Young)

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Montauk restaurants: the best of the new guard

There's a new beginning at The End. Montauk, for decades a family destination connected to the Hamptons only by great beaches, now is catching a different wave: single, younger, urban. Restaurants are reflecting the trend, too, with shifts in how they look, sound and serve. Here are some of our top tastes of Montauk 2012. -- PETER M. GIANOTTI AND JOAN REMINICK

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