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Andrra overlooks Three Mile Harbor in East Hampton.

Andrra overlooks Three Mile Harbor in East Hampton. (June 13, 2012) Credit: Doug Young

Peter Gianotti heads to East Hampton to review Andrra, in the Three Mile Harbor site that used to house The Boathouse and Bostwick. “The name,” he writes, stems from the Albanian word for ‘dream.’ Andrra’s kitchen veers Mediterranean and Adriatic, with an occasional Aegean side trip.”

At Toro Pazzo, Joan Reminick notes that the “Wantagh Italian restaurant whose name translates as ‘crazy bull’ is nothing to snort at.”

The past few days have been too hot to enjoy most al fresco dining spots, but here's a guide to Long Island's waterside restaurants where you’ll be cooled by ocean, sound or bay breezes.

 

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