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RESTAURANT ROUND UP: MONTAUK Town has been serving up the best coffee, latte, cap- puccino and much more these summers. Sourcing exotic and familiar libations from around the globe, importing great locally baked treats, and giving folks a casual, cozy space to meet friends and while away a portion of their day this has become a very busy corner of Montauk. 696 Montauk Highway - 631-725-TOWN   SALT BOX Just steps off Main Street this cherry, cozy, cool spot is an essential part of a Montauk stay. Featuring some of the freshest fish and seafood on the East End, certainly the best lobster roll in town, wings that will melt your heart and a bevy of custom bever- ages that will make them all go down real smooth! Serving lunch and dinner daily and a special brunch every Friday - Sunday with drinks till late. This year live entertainment is featured nearly every night of the week, too. 99 Edgemere/The Plaza - 631-238-5727   SOURSOP TREE CAFÉ In a village filled with so many different styles of cuisine it is news indeed when a different taste comes to town. Located just above Main Street in the Plaza Sports building, this newest venue brings authentic Jamaican food to Montauk. Not too surprisingly, giv- en the fact many of our workers here hail from that tropical isle. But this is more than casual spot for them, its an open invitation for everyone to sample some of the great dishes from that exotic locale. Open for lunch and dinner daily try a plate of authentic jerk wings, pork chops, burgers or chicken. Try their cur- ried seafood, teriyaki chicken breast or seafood Fridi- avolo for a real treat! Pair a colorful Rasta salad with a serving of brown stewed oxtail, rice and beans and you’ll walk away with a big, sunny smile on your face. 716 Main Street - 631-483-5836   SWALLOW EAST Five years ago a new room opened here to great success. Praised for its food, service and vi- sion this harbor front spot is a showcase for chef/ owner James Tchinis‘s culinary magic. Relying on local farmers for seasonally available produce, lo- cal fishermen for the freshest catch of the day, and area suppliers for basic ingredients he and his staff   SAMMY’S Now in its sixth season this dockside spot has become a frequent stop for anyone who appreci- ates well-prepared food in a scenic setting. Serv- ing lunch and dinner Thursday to Tuesdays choose from a wide-ranging menu that emphasis’s local fish and seafood, produce and ingredients in recipes that are well thought-out without being pretentious. Add a custom cold drink, a fresh breeze off the wa- ter and a great view and you know why this place is habit-forming. Every Sunday they serve up man- sized Prime Ribs with all the fixings, too! Like your meal with a water view? Don’t forget Sammy’s de- luxe food truck is at the Gosman parking lot offering his trademark all-beef hot dogs, fresh fish taco and home-made fresh soup, all served with the best view in town! Last and not at all least, mid-June they’ll unvail their new, Poke Bowl station. Amongst the healthiest food on the planet have one of their cus- tom creations or make your own mix of rice, grains, vegetables and more. 448 West Lake Drive - 631-238-5707 “Finest Lobster Roll In Town” Casual American Dining in a Relaxed Atmosphere Serving Fresh Seafood | Local Produce | Choice Meats Open For Lunch & Dinner Seven Days A Week Specialty Cocktails & Fresh Local Beer Brunch Served Saturday & Sunday 9-11:30 Live Music Every Night Of The Week 99 Edgemere Road @ Carl Fisher Plaza (631) 238-5727 ERIC AND ADAM MILLER BRING YOU   SHAGWONG When is something new, but old? Dependable but innovative? Sexy but familiar? Outside of your old high-school flame I’d say this venerable eatery and bar more than fits the bill! Standing tall on Main Street for over 70 years this has been a home-away from home for generations who always appreciated its raw, casual, cozy charm. Now under Jason Behan watchful eye, we add a new dining dimension sure to wow. Importing Chef Darren Boyle, the man who made Shelter Island’s “Salt” the place to be seen last year, you have a innovative menu that adds the finest, premium, aged steak choices to the freshest seafood, fish and lobster entrees in Montauk! Open daily for lunch and dinner, drop by Wednesdays for a man-sized Prime Rib Night, Mondays have the best burger in town with a cold Bud for just $15. Like mu- sic? It’s live or DJ’s every Friday and Saturday. And of course, the most famous bar in Montauk is open late nightly, with a dozen beers on tap and a course of custom cocktails to match. 774 Main Street - Montauk - 631-668-3050 M O N TAU K ’ S N E W E S T C R A F T C O C K TA I L BA R & R E S TAU R A N T Reser vations: - 466 West Lake Drive - Montauk - 631-668-8260 - August 2017 | Montauk / Hampton Life | 61