With a health-minded approach (the restaurant takes its cues from an anti-inflammatory food pyramid, which pays mind to ingredients, flavors, and health benefits, for a well rounded approach to dining), True Food Kitchen is off to a good start.
Bring your own plaid.
Without further ado: The 26 (!!!) lobster rolls you need to eat this summer.
Don’t miss their Opa Dinner for four, which includes five spreads, two Greek-style salads, a choice of two chicken entrees, and a choice of two seafood entrees.
This balanced, apple-centric cocktail highlights the best qualities of New York fruit.
Spread out on the sand and stay awhile.
Social distancing is a literal picnic at this historic institution.
View’s Lobster Shack has a raw bar, and this summer they are serving up littleneck clams, local oysters, jumbo shrimp cocktail, yellowfin tuna tartare, chilled Maine lobster—and so much more.
Finally, some good news.
This restaurant is the perfect place to welcome the warmer weather.
Everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day.
Go for the paninis. Stay for the brisket.