News for Foodies: 06.29.17

Local Food News

Eric and Adam Miller, the father and son behind Bay Kitchen Bar on Three Mile Harbor in East Hampton, have opened a new restaurant, Flagship, on the docks in Montauk. The menu features local seafood, meat, and poultry entrees, small plates to share, crudos, and raw bar items, and there is a seasonal cocktail menu. Sample dishes include fluke and charred squid crudo with passion fruit, crusted yellowfin tuna with roasted carrots, soba noodles and dashi broth, smoked pork ribs with sweet potato and a honey glaze, and a burger featuring smoked bacon, crispy shallots, and a fried duck egg. 

The wine list features Long Island and worldwide wines, and rosé for $10 a glass. A new style of bottle service offers pre-bottled chilled cocktails to serve eight, such as martinis, Manhattans, and Negronis. Service will be daily from noon to 2 a.m. starting Saturday.

At Calissa

Weekly après-beach events at Calissa, the new Greek restaurant in Water Mill, begin on Saturday and will continue each Saturday in July and August starting at 4 p.m. A reservation costs $250 and comes with reserved couch seating for four in the garden, rosé wine for the table, and individual servings of a roasted whole suckling pig, with side dishes. There will be a live D.J. providing music, and an opportunity to play bocce.


Pig Roast

Will roasted pig be the summer’s main dish? The Bridgehampton Inn is taking reservations for a pig roast on July 9. 

The inn’s dinner menu, which changes biweekly and includes the chef’s bread course, a selection of small plates, entrees, and desserts, can be found on its website, The restaurant will make custom cakes to order for celebrations.


The Crabby Cowboy — Daily

Rick’s Crabby Cowboy Cafe in Montauk is now open daily for lunch and dinner. The restaurant has added a sushi bar, where the chef will be making platters featuring three, six, or nine rolls from the menu, which includes a choice of 10 local sushi selections. Also new to the menu are a number of salads, among them a Greek salad with fresh feta, tzatziki, and dolmades, sunflower burgers from Montauk’s Naturally Good cafe, and Montauk Session India Pale Ale from the Montauk Brewery on tap.