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October 23, 2007

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Inlet Seafood, located across from the Montauk dock area on East Lake Drive, has excellent locally caught seafood, including a raw bar. Their burgers and steaks are great, too. Most importantly, they have a small, but constantly changing selection of LI wines and spectacular views from the second story dining room at sunset. When my husband and I go out there, we always make it a point to head to Inlet for dinner at least once, though Gosman's is nice as well.

The Shagwong in the heart of town. A Montauk classic....

Lenn,
How about aharter a boat for a 3-4 hours in later afternoon, fish for either progy or blue fish which is easy to catch, then open a bottle of wine (or 2) and enjoy the sunset. Break out some cheese or fruit and just enjoy.
Charter boat info:
http://www.noreast.com/listings/List.cfm?type=charterboats&giftsonly=false&subregion_ID=7
BTW: Happy B-day to Nena

Also, there is a really neat restaurant next to the Viking Fishing boats. (You can't miss it, there is a giant great white shark hanging near the dock). The best thing is the price and the vintage photos about fishing at Montauk. Try their breakfast which has high QPR values.

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