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Date night with hubby, I had the branzino, oysters, tuna tartar etc. The weather turned out so nice, but we got seated inside. Been there before when it changed different names. I did enjoy everything.
We arrived early and were seated at a beautiful table with an amazing view. Our server who was French came to the table and already had an attitude. I ordered a glass of sparkling rose $32.00 and then decided to wait for my husband to...More
Some people are very hostile toward this new restaurant..not sure why. There are very few places on the water in the area - this is a good new addition though very expensive. I have been twice. The first time I walked in - yes you...More
The outpost of the NYC famous restaurant is actually better than expected. I read a lot of reviews before going, describing the place as the most horrible restaurant in the Hamptons catering only to Eurotash, etc.
First the location and outdoor seating were fantastic with...More
We ate at this restaurant for a bday celebration. We have eaten at the sister restaurant in NYC and loved it. No comparison. First problem is we asked for outside table in reservation but was led to a table in the restaurant. There were tables...More
Food was ridiculously horrendous!!!!
Fish arrived cold And not cooked through
Spinach was bitter
The orange concoction on top of the fish was disgusting.... bitter and fizzy... rancid
The manager was kind enough to take the entrees off the bill but unfortunately will not go...More
We decided to eat here because of the view of the large yachts.
the waiter was friendly, and we asked if he could break the bill down for 3 couples. He said no problem.
the food was ok and very pricey. 3 people had drinks...More
What a place!!! If it wasn't for the location and the ambiance they would be closed already. I guess people cling to the belief that if you pay an extraordinary amount for a mediocre fare you become part of the elite. Pommes frites a la...More