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Turtle Crossing

Turtle Crossing, Bridgehampton's spot for first-class barbecue and A-list celebrities, has be de-road-housed and bistrofied.

The bar at Turtle Crossing in East Hampton.
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The bar at Turtle Crossing in East Hampton. (June 14, 2010)

Diners have the option of eating outside at
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Diners have the option of eating outside at picnic tables at Turtle Crossing Restaurant in East Hampton. (June 14, 2010)

Owner Nancy Singer laughs with Jack DeLashmet outside
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Owner Nancy Singer laughs with Jack DeLashmet outside at one of the picnic tables at Turtle Crossing in East Hampton. (June14, 2010)

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Turtle Crossing in East Hampton has a Soutwestern
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Turtle Crossing in East Hampton has a Soutwestern menu. (June 14, 2010)

The large bar offers casual dining at Turtle
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The large bar offers casual dining at Turtle Crossing in East Hampton. The restaurant and bar are considered a Hamptons hotspot. (June 14, 2010)

The take-out counter and Southwestern fare are popular
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The take-out counter and Southwestern fare are popular after the beach at Turtle Crossing in East Hampton. (June 14, 2010)

Turtle Crossing in East Hampton is popular with
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Turtle Crossing in East Hampton is popular with all ages. (June 14, 2010)

Family-friendly booths and a Southwestern menu are designed
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Family-friendly booths and a Southwestern menu are designed to appeal to all age groups at Turtle Crossing in East Hampton. (June 14, 2010)

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Chef Arthur Wolf takes a break outside his
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Chef Arthur Wolf takes a break outside his restaurant Turtle Crossing in East Hampton.

A neon sign greets customers at Turtle Crossing,
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A neon sign greets customers at Turtle Crossing, a Southwestern restaurant in East Hampton. ( June 14, 2010)

Turtle Crossing, a restaurant in East Hampton, offers
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Turtle Crossing, a restaurant in East Hampton, offers a sample plate of a barbecued quarter-chicken, two ribs, grilled corn with cotija cheese and a wedge of homemade cornbread. (June 14, 2010)

A Southwestern menu is part of the casual
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A Southwestern menu is part of the casual mood at Turtle Crossing in East Hampton. (June 14, 2010)

Grilled corn with cotija cheese and chili powder
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Grilled corn with cotija cheese and chili powder is a popular menu choice at Turtle Crossing, a restaurant in East Hampton. (June 14, 2010)

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Key lime and Mississippi mud pie are two
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Key lime and Mississippi mud pie are two of the dessert offerings at Turtle Crossing in East Hampton. (June 14, 2010)

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