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“One of a kind”

Dockers Waterside Marina & Restaurant
Ranked #2 of 18 Restaurants in East Quogue
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $12 - $54
Cuisines: Sushi, Seafood, Steakhouse
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Good for: Bar scene
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: Welcome to Dockers Waterside Marina & Restaurant! We have been a Dune Road destination for 26 years now and every year gets better and better. All of our seats overlook the water and with two outdoor waterside living rooms plus three bars Dockers pleases at every level. Our menu is an eclectic mix of creative American cuisine with an emphasis on fresh seafood, steaks and lobsters all created and designed by Chef Scott Hastings. Dockers Waterside is what summer in the Hamptons is all about. Our casual, relaxing & friendly environment is by design with an "on vacation" feeling. The food, the view and the live entertainment are all part of the overall experience. Come dine with us at a Hampton's favorite.
Reviewed November 12, 2012

The view & sunset is breathtaking. Food & scene is great.
Tables so close to the water, you could "add salt"!

Thank StaPine
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Reviewed September 21, 2012

Come for the Sunset view, stay for the consistently good food. Start no matter if it's hot out with the soup. The chef does some of the best & most creative soups in any restaurant. We dine here several times each season and have always found them to be accommodating.

Yes, typically there is a wait during prime time. So get the bar & have a drink while you wait & watch the sun come down. Spectacular!

It's a home run location & perfect for post beach activities. PS, their Steamers as a dinner while not always on the menu are almost always available if request & are great.

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Thank Paul E
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Reviewed September 4, 2012

I'm a "local" Eastender & have enjoyed many restaurants here. I stopped going to Dockers a few years ago because it was so crowded & loud. So when friends who had never been there made the choice, I decided to try it again. Now I remember why I didn't go back to Dockers!
Besides no reservations & a two hour wait to be seated, the most insulting part of the night was this: Because it was Labor Day weekend, our waitress happily announced there were no Happy Hour specials, which meant drinks started at $11 (instead of $5). A watermelon margharita was $15. And the usual lobster bake special was not available for the holiday weekend. The shrimp cocktail appetizer was $33. Main courses (most a la carte) started at $25 & the high was $45. Summary: Price gauging. The drinks were average. The food was quite good, but way over priced for the type & quality. So, I've resolved not to return, as have the new people who tried this place. The view just isn't worth the $500 we spent!

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Thank NYDina
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Reviewed August 20, 2012

Dockers is a very popular place on Shinnecock Bay with gorgeous sunset views. It is always crowded and doesn't take reservations. The food is good and our server was darling! We have been several times over the last few years and will go again.

Thank Nancy M
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Reviewed August 15, 2012

We went with our family of six in the early evening. It was Lobster Fest night featuring a small, very hard shell lobster, a few woe begotten steamers and tired corn on the cob. We were seated sort of in between the outside patio and the dining room on an AstroTurf surface. So we had no view of the beautiful bay right at their back door. Some of ordered the tuna rare and it was just OK. It lacked the crusty outer coating with pepper that makes the dish special. The bill for six plus tip was well over $300.

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