Where do Asian steamed buns with pickled cucumber, green curry and pork belly share a menu with black bean ravioli? At Page at 63 Main, an eclectic new addition to the Sag Harbor restaurant scene.
Open since last month (where Blue Sky used to be), the restaurant is named for Captain George Page, a colorful character from Sag Harbor’s whaling days. It is situated in an 1890s building whose interior features exposed brick walls from the town’s historic Brick Kiln Factory. A tin ceiling and whaling masts also evoke earlier times.
But back to the food. Chef Jessie Flores, who cooked at the former Della Femina in East Hampton, focuses on what’s healthy, local and organic. In addition to the small plates mentioned above, Flores also turns out such entrees as braised monkfish steak with chanterelle and oyster mushrooms and vegan soba noodles with black trumpet mushrooms, carrots, seared water chestnuts and lemongrass soy glaze. At dinner, small plates run $11 to $21, entrees from $25 to $33, and desserts from $9 to $12.
The restaurant is currently open daily for lunch and dinner from 11:30 a.m. Sunday brunch will soon be available from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Watch for the opening of a juice bar and casual café within the restaurant.
Page at 63 Main is at 63 Main St., Sag Harbor, 631-725-1810.
Exposed brick walls add to the ambience of Page at 63 Main