Last weekend, a couple that I am friends with invited me to come out with them to East Hampton. At first I was a bit hesitant, given that it was a cold November day. But as soon as they mentioned that oysters would be involved, I was sold.
We arrived to East Hampton around 1pm on Friday, just in time for lunch. With oysters and lobster rolls on our minds, we headed straight to our favorite spot, Bostwick’s Chowder House on Route 27. Bostwicks proved to be fantastic even on a cold November day. We started off with 18 Blue Points, half a pound of steamers and each finished with a beautiful lobster roll. The Blue Points, shucked flawlessly, were just perfection. Each was medium in size, clean, and refreshing. I could have eaten another 18 all by myself. The steamers and lobster rolls were terrific as well.
Later that evening, we decided to have dinner at the Boat House on Three Mile Harbor Rd. Since the oysters had been so incredible earlier that day, we figured we had to order at least a dozen to start our meal. Just as at Bostwick’s, the Blue Points at the Boat House were excellent.
I guess that’s what you get when you are eating straight from the source.
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