Duryea’s Montauk is seaside and delicious
Get on board - when hunger strikes at sea, these East End eateries float everyone's boat.
Bostwick’s on the Harbor elevates alfresco dining.
BOSTWICK’S ON THE HARBOR
Bostwick’s on the Harbor offers diners more than just a palatable plate by Damien O’Donnell—guests can enjoy stunning views of the harbor, putting a whole new meaning to dinner with a view. Anchor down in East Hampton waters as taste buds are wowed with New England-style dishes like lobster rolls, clam chowder, fish and chips, and creative daily specials. With a bustling bar scene and unbeatable views, this spot is a must-dock destination. 39 Gann Road, East Hampton, bostwicksontheharbor.com
pull up and dock at Duryea’s Orient Point
A trip to Duryea’s Montauk calls for an obligatory Instagram post of not only the colorful lobster Cobb salad but also unbeatable sunset views. This Hamptons institution is a must-hit for more reasons than one—with an off-the- charts seafood game, fresh and flavorful fish, and an eclectic wine selection, Duryea’s is always a good idea. Insider tip: While waiting for a table at this walk-in-only restaurant, Duryea’s Market & Boutique is filled with pre-meal treats, local provisions, custom merch and summer essentials. 65 Tuthill Road, Montauk, duryeas.com
DURYEA’S ORIENT POINT
As the second successful culinary endeavor in its family, Duryea’s Orient Point maintains a stronger lobster game than ever with a plethora of plates—whether served on a roll or in its signature lobster Cobb salad. New to the location is the Beach Club, radiating a Greek-inspired setting on the North Fork. While enjoying Mediterranean fare crafted by chef Philippe Corbet, diners can expect live DJ beats and a vibrant daytime scene. 40200 Main Road, Orient, duryeas.com
EHP Hospitality Group is truly on a roll. Sunset Harbor satisfies all Japanese cuisine cravings with its sushi-focused menu. Head of culinary and operations for EHP Hospitality Group Dane Sayles offers an exquisite dining experience that’s both impressive and intimate, where diners can dive into dinner items like fresh toro sashimi paired with house kimchi, baked king crab hand roll, miso black cod and selections of Japanese A5 wagyu. Wash down dishes with eccentric cocktails including the Lavender Toki Smash, Hampton Bee and Sunset 75. 313 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Road, East Hampton, ehpresort.com
sashimi from Sunset Harbor’s revamped menu
Sophistication meets stellar service and delectable French cuisine at Le Bilboquet, where owner Philippe Delgrange brings his flavorful French fare from New York City to the Sag Harbor scene. The restaurant mentally transports its diners to France with a menu that showcases dishes including les moules marinières et frites, le poulet Cajun and its famous Bilbo royal seafood tower. Its decor is equally impressive, with an airy and bright dining room adorned with pastel wicker chairs and an impressive outdoor dining area. 1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor, lebilboquetsag.com
Sunset Beach’s European-inspired exteriors
Locals can dine and enjoy breathtaking views and seafood plates like never before at Sunset Beach, a Shelter Island gem. As its name suggests, this picturesque restaurant and hotel is known for its breathtaking sunsets over the Shelter Island Sound. With European-inspired interiors and a mouthwatering menu, guests can indulge like never before in locally sourced dishes. 35 Shore Road, Shelter Island Heights, sunsetbeach.fun
Sunset Harbor’s new sushi menu features Japanese specials.
Sí Sí, which translates to yes yes, blends the best of Greek, Italian and Spanish cuisines to create an innovative, elegant and vibrant dining experience. Situated alongside the Three Mile Harbor, diners can relax and enjoy za’atar roasted cauliflower with whipped ricotta and an herb tahini vinaigrette or day boat scallops with caramelized shallots, or share Sí Sí’s signature paella full of fresh shrimp, calamari, lobster, mussels and clams as the sun slips beneath the horizon. 295 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Road, East Hampton, ehpresort.com
Sí Sí’s aesthetic radiates a Mediterranean vibe
Whether seeking gourmet prepared meals to go or a fresh fish to cook, The Dockhouse is the ultimate dockside destination of Sag Harbor. There are plenty of fish in the sea— and on your plate—at this East End seafood staple, where fish fanatics can indulge in a cup of New England chowder, grilled marinated scallops and fried seafood platters. The ultimate catch at this seafood hot spot is lobster; indulge in the delicacy while looking over the marina from either table or counter seating. 1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor, dockhouseny.com
Photography by: DURYEA’S ORIENT POINT PHOTO BY DOUG YOUNG, PHOTO COURTESY OF BRANDS, DUREYA’S MONTAUK PHOTO BY TIM BAILER, PHOTO COURTESY OF BRANDS, SUNSET BEACH PHOTO BY NICOLE FRANZEN, PHOTO COURTESY OF BRANDS, PHOTO COURTESY OF BRANDS