Low-Key Dining at Bostwick's Chowder House

by KATHERINE KAPNICK · June 1, 2010

Bostwick's Chowder House is a charming little establishment on the 27 in East Hampton. Check out photos from our lunch pit stop there this Sunday...

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Bostwick's was born on 3 Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton and enjoyed a long tenure in that location as a favorite local spot. This year, the popular seafood restaurant scaled down and migrated south to the 27. The result is Bostwick's Chowder House, a less-expensive, more casual version of its predecessor. Its quaint feel and beachy decorations give Bostwick's Chowder House a laid back feel, and the food is awesome and moderately priced (for the Hamptons). Plus you can sit outside for a perfect Sunday lunch. Click here for the menu.

Ask for Jason (pictured), our extremely hospitable waiter (who also somehow runs on two hours of sleep every night - tell us your secret!) and get the Lobster Roll. Delicious.

[bostwickschowderhouse.com]