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Doesn’t East Hampton Have the Best Grub?

Why not tell the community about the last great thing you ate in town?

Not only is East Hampton scenic, but its got more than a few places to grab a killer meal.

Places like the Maidstone, Gurney's by the Sea and Nick & Toni's are local institutions, known for their dishes.

Our new open blog, Tastes of East Hampton, hopes to be a place where you can share your local dining experiences with the people who will appreciate them best, the locals in the community who find their own homecomings in these dishes. Here you can upload a photo of that great meal in town. Here you can tell us what you liked best.

And sharing is easy.

Visit the Tastes of East Hampton blog here and click on the open text box under the heading to create a post.

Or, from the homepage, follow these steps:

  • Sign in to your Patch. (Click “Join” if you don’t have an account yet.)

  • Click the "Blogs" tab, near the top of the homepage and then locate the Tastes of East Hampton blogin the left-hand column. Click on it.

  • Click in the box that says, “Write a new post” and then click on “Article” at the top.

  • Give your post a headline, enter the body of the story and upload your photos.

  • Click “Post now.”

All this talk of food is making us hungry.

Jean Weiss-Hanson September 20, 2013 at 12:00 PM
The Phoenix, Wainscott; Race Lane, East Hampton; 1770 House, East Hampton; Indian Wells, Amagansett; East By Northeast, Montauk

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