Tomorrow might be a good time for a jaunt east, with a couple of stops that will remind you that winter is truly over, and summer on the way.
On Napeague, the Lobster Roll, a k a Lunch, reopens for the season tomorrow. Until later in the spring, it will be serving on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Navy Beach, the restaurant that opened last year on Montauk’s Fort Pond Bay, also reopens tomorrow. In honor of the seasonal event, and of that other event taking place across the pond tomorrow (the royal wedding), Navy Beach will offer $9 drink specials all weekend, including a Pimm’s Cup, sparkling Cava, and sangria. New on the menu this year will be fish tacos, Yunnan ribs, tuna sashimi and avocado salad, green papaya salad, lobster Singapore, coffee-rubbed New York strip steak, and oil-poached halibut. The restaurant will be open on Friday through Sunday, serving dinner only on Friday and lunch as well on the other days.
Inlet Seafood on East Lake Drive in Montauk is open for dinner on Thursday through Sunday, and serves lunch on Friday and Saturday as well.
On Three Mile Harbor in East Hampton, the Harbor Bistro reopens for the season tonight.
New at Bostwick’s
The opening of Bostwick’s Chowder House for this season last Thursday drew out plenty of fans of the eatery and its inviting staff. New on the menu at Bostwick’s this year are a number of dishes, such as a seared tuna with soba noodle salad, fried zucchini chips, crab-stuffed flounder, a fresh tuna burger served with mango chutney and arugula, fluke Milanese, and an oyster po’boy.
Service for now is on Thursday through Sunday for lunch and dinner.
Page at 63 Main
A prix fixe at Page at 63 Main in Sag Harbor includes a choice from a list of “small plates,” with dishes such as farm table greens, grilled melon salad, Asian steamed buns, and carrot-ginger soup, entrees such as vegan soba noodles, pan-seared organic chicken, braised monkfish steak, and pork tenderloin, and dessert. The cost is $30 per person, plus tax and gratuity.
Arrivederci, Della Femina
Della Femina restaurant on North Main Street in East Hampton will serve its last meals on Saturday. The space is being taken over by another eatery to be called the East Hampton Grill.