Posts tagged: dining
2095 Montauk Highway, Amagansett NY www.banzaiburger.com
“…thankfully for those of us who don’t have sea legs there is a tasty new option to braving the Atlantic’s choppy waters.” - The New York Times
Andrew Carmellini’s latest, The Dutch, starts feeding people later this month at the corner of Prince and Sullivan, right in my hood. Can’t wait to dig in! Above is the rendering from design firm Roman + Williams.
Photos of the famous and the notorious line the walls at Davé, my absolute favorite eatery in Paris. Just don’t ask for a menu, the eponymous owner will order specifically for you from the Chinese and Vietnamese kitchen.
Photo by Olivier Zahm
12 Rue de Richelieu
In-N-Out Double Double Cheeseburgers.
I’m always craving them.
Photo by Terry Richardson.
The Secret Menu:
I’m looking forward to crowning Burger & Barrel (25 West Houston Street SoHo) my new neighborhood joint. Wine on tap and Chef Josh Capon’s award winning burger (2009 NYFF AWARD WINNER).
BACK IN THE STAR AGAIN: TRUE STORIES FROM THE EAST END.
By Hy Abady
“If you want to feel 100 years old, go to the Surf Lodge in Montauk. Montauk has not seen the likes of this happening hipness since the Rolling Stones checked into the Memory Motel. Or since Andy Warhol was in residence. Love it or hate it (and many love to hate it), it is what it is. Motel. Outdoor bar overlooking the gleaming, tranquil Fort Pond. Restaurant so bathed in turquoise blue it could be underwater. But what it mostly is is IT. I understand vans come in from Southhampton, peopled with young women in Pucci sundresses and Havaianas flip-flops, 20-somethings paying something like $200 for the trip to hip. In search of what? In search of NOW.”