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News for Foodies 05.30.24

Tue, 05/28/2024 - 11:29
Bostwick’s on the Harbor in Springs has happy-hour food and drink specials at its bar and lounge Monday through Friday from 5 to 6:30. 
Amanda Stanis

Shark Bar

Fans with fond memories of the Bailey’s Banana Colada at Cyril’s Fish House on the Napeague stretch will be happy to know that Jeremy Blutstein, the executive chef at Mavericks Montauk, has opened Shark Bar at the former Cyril’s Fish House spot on Napeague. You won’t need a GPS to find it; just look for a shoulder lined with cars.

Described on its website as a “sandy, beachside surf shack with a fresh take on flip-flop friendly fare and contemporary takes on tiki classics,” Shark Bar is open Thursday through Monday from noon to 9 p.m.

Bostwick’s Double Play

Bostwick’s on the Harbor in Springs has announced happy hour specials available Monday through Friday from 5 to 6:30 at the bar and lounge only. Bar bites include shrimp cocktail, Peconic oysters, littleneck clams, yellowfin tuna poke, New England clam chowder, chicken potstickers, crispy goat cheese croquettes, Parmesan-truffle fries, and a lobster roll. Drink specials are $6 draft beers, $12 house wines, and $12 specialty cocktails.

The restaurant is now open Thursday through Monday; days will expand in mid-June.

Bostick’s Seafood Market on Pantigo Road in East Hampton is now open Monday through Thursday from 11 to 5 and Friday through Sunday from 11 to 6. Offerings include lobster bakes and clambakes to go as well as freshseafood, prepared food, and a well-stocked pantry. More information can be found on the market’s website.

Northern European Wines

Wine classes at Park Place Wines and Liquors will pivot from the spirits of Mexico to the wines of Germany, Austria, and Alsace next Thursday at 6 p.m. The wines from those northern regions are delicious but often overlooked or misunderstood, says the shop. Expect rieslings, gewurztraminers, and more.

Wines will be paired with snacks provided by the Cookery in East Hampton. Tickets are $45 and nonrefundable. Ticket buyers unable to attend have been asked to notify the shop so they can offer the spot to someone else.

Karaoke on the Move

Almond Restaurant and Bar in Bridgehampton will shift its “world-famous” karaoke night to Thursdays. Starting at 9:30, patrons can choose their favorite songs to belt out or croon. D.J. Carlos Lama is the host, and Karaoke Thursdays will run until midnight.

Morsels

Paul’s Italian Restaurant on Hill Street in Southampton has announced that it is under new management and has a fresh yet classic Italian menu and a full service bar.

Also now open is the Surfside Inn at 685 Old Montauk Highway in Montauk.

News for Foodies 05.30.24

BBC’s are back at Montauk’s Shark Bar, happy-hour specials at Bostwick’s on the Harbor, and a northern European wine class at Park Place.

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SoFo Sandwich Co. Opens at Old Breadzilla Spot

The lunch options in Wainscott got more interesting this week with the opening of the SoFo Sandwich Co. at the long-empty spot that was previously home to Breadzilla, popular for its baked goods and takeout breakfast and lunch menu. The new shop is by Peter Ambrose, a catering chef whose food many will be familiar with from Love Bites, a fund-raiser for Katy’s Courage, among others.

May 22, 2024

News for Foodies 05.23.24

A new sunset cocktail hour at the Baker House, C.S.A. programs at Quail Hill and Amber Waves, multiple openings and reopenings, breakfast at the Sweet Shop.

May 22, 2024

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Three waterfront restaurants reopen, Canvas & Cuisine at the Parrish, Dopo Buttero shifts to French-Asian cuisine, new spirit-based seltzers.

May 15, 2024

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