I went to a lovely dinner party last night. The company and wine sparkled. Friends from childhood were gathered from near and far. The menu: grilled swordfish, burgers, corn, and tomato salad. At one point in the meal, a guest looked up from his plate and said, “This is really what it’s all about.”
As a new hot spot/hotel/restaurant, Ruschmeyer’s has so much going on it’s hard to know where to begin. Heaven forbid you come all the way to Montauk and get bored. Boredom is a four-letter word for the folks who flock here, seeking the new, the hip, the trendy.
Mousses are grand. Mousses are tricky. Mousses are complicated. Mousses are foolproof. All of these statements are true.
When is the last time you had a delicious, light, fluffy, tart and tangy lime mousse filled with flecks of citrusy zest? Or a rich, bittersweet chocolate one? They seem to have gone out of style, but they deserve a comeback.
Summertime sure is fun out here! Going to the beach (didja have to pay for a beach sticker?), driving out to Montauk (gosh, golly, gas sure is expensive!), shopping (that bikini is how much?), and dining out at all the fun new restaurants, where the average check can easily reach $100 per person.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a casual, affordable restaurant for the whole family? Better yet, one that is open all year?
The following is excerpted from Laura Donnelly's restaurant review in this week's Star. More ideas for meals on the go can be found in the Star's Restaurant Guide: easthamptonstar.com/restaurants.
It's Columbus Day weekend AND the Hamptons International Film Festival is on the East End so I know all of you ladies and gentlemen and black-clad cinephiles want to know where to eat. With movies being shown in 6 locations from Southampton to Montauk your dining options are plentiful.