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Bostwick’s Chowder House

August 19, 2011

After a day at the beach in the Hamptons, I’m always on the hunt for an lobster-and-corn-cakes.jpginviting roadside restaurant serving truly fresh seafood. We had an inkling as we walked into Bostwick’s — now located right on route 27 Montauk Highway at the former site of Cherrystone’s — that it was just that place. Bostwick’s offerings are in a laid-back setting (food’s served in baskets; utensils and cups are plastic). They have both indoor and outdoor seating.

For an appetizer, we had that IMG_0076day’s special: fried nuggets of fresh lobster and corn fritters, with a sweet and hot chili sauce ($14). We followed that with a fried soft shell crab on a sesame seed burger bun (spread with an Old Bay aioli) with a tomato and lettuce ($14).

And, we lapped up the fresh lobster roll – Maine-style: a chilled offering with lots of minced fresh lobster with littlebostwicks-7369 mayo holding it together in a toasted hot dog bun. It was served with crispy french fries and cole slaw,  so crisp you know it was freshly made and usually, and deliciously, seasoned with cilantro ($17.95). We washed it all down with a refreshing Sanama (Chile) Sauvignon Blanc ($36).

Perfection. A wonderful respite after a day at the beach.

- bonnie

Bostwicks Chowder House
277 Pantigo Road
East Hampton, NY 11937
631) 324-1111
www.bostwickschowderhouse.com
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