BEAC July 2014 : Page 122

Snack attack Sate late-afternoon munchies at Bostwick’s, now serving its Beach Break menu of appetizers and raw bar items from 3 to 5 pm . CatCh ofthe Day There’s great news for post-beach snackers, night-owl nibblers and coffee-lovers. Plus, chefs have been on the move in Montauk, and Asian eateries have opened in the East End. by Beth Landman Hankering for a pizza from a wood-burning oven after midnight, or housemade gyros late in the afternoon? You’re in luck: Many East End restaurants are extending their hours this summer, introducing après-beach menus with small bites and staying open till the wee hours to satisfy post-party cravings. Old Stove Pub (3516 Montauk Highway, Sagaponack) now has an After-Beach menu offering casual fare served 3 to 6pm. Fresh fish salad, tuna tartare, burgers and saganaki cheese with watermelon can all be enjoyed on the restaurant’s vast lawn, along with a Sagaponack lemonade cocktail spiked with cucumber vodka or Greek mojitos made with ouzo. The Beach Break menu at Bostwick’s (277 Pantigo Road, East Hampton), served 3 to 5pm, features raw bar items along with appetizers like coconut shrimp spring rolls, while Osteria Salina (95 School St., Bridgehampton) has launched a 4 to 5:30pm aperitivo hour, serving up assorted crostini, fritto misto, meatballs and grilled filone bruschetta. Sotto Sopra (231 Main St., Amagansett) is now offering an assortment of wood-fired pizzas until 2am on weekends, including one with sautéed mushrooms, spinach and truffle robiola. And 75 Main (75 Main St., Southampton) will serve a late-night menu until 4am on weekends. Meanwhile, there’s been lots of chef-swapping in Montauk this summer. Larry Kolar , former chef continued... Fabulous Backyard Barbeques ,FJUI&&#0f;%BWJTt%JSFDUPSPG&WFOUTt &#0a;


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