Gosman's Fish Market 500 W Lake Dr, Montauk, NY11954 Gosman's offers fresh seafood caught daily, located on the inlet of Montauk harbor. They will steam Lobster for…More you and shuck Clams and Oysters. Gosman's offers a variety of fish and shellfish. The market also carries a variety of sauces and spices to compliment your selections of seafood.
Duryea's Lobster Deck & Seafood Market Tuthill Rd, Montauk, NY11954 Duryea's is a wholesale seafood business, specializing in live Maine and Canadian lobster, fresh fish, Long Island hard…More clams and Maine shellfish. The lobster deck has been rated one of the top outdoor dining spots on eastern Long Island and overlooks Fort Pond Bay and Gardiners Bay. It serves fresh seafood dishes as well as hamburgers and hot dogs.
Andrra 39 Gann Rd, East Hampton, NY11937 Andrra is an upscale restaurant and bar that offers a wide range of Mediterranean specialties and dishes, including…More seafood, chops, salads, fish and soups. Some menu options include appetizers, Norwegian salmon, prime tenderloin beef, shellfish, oysters, crab, clams, seafood chowder, lobster, roast American lamb and more. It offers views of Three Mile Harbor and also has a lounge with nighttime entertainment.
Not much has changed in the 30 years The Seafood Shop has been in business. Fresh, local catch is brought in the back…More door, filleted, steaked or left whole and then displayed in the front of the house for purchase. Robert Wilford and John Haessler, began their careers as school teachers and left that behind to tend to their successful at one time summer-only fish joint.
Now open year round, Colin Mather has joined Robert to bring you the best and freshest seafood. Prepared fresh foods, soups, raw and cooked shellfish are local favorites on the menu. The Seafood Shop also has a lucrative catering division, equally delicious for a clambake or a black tie-affair.
The town clerk's office is the center of all town affairs. The office is located in the new Town Hall. Parking is on…More the side of the building or behind the old town hall.
An elected four-year position, Fred Overton has been in office for 10 years. He attends town board metings, and keeps the minutes, as his office has custody of all town records, including those that date back to the settlement of 1648. He is also the Freedom of Information Law officer in the town.
The office issues marriage, dog, shellfish, and hunting licenses, and recycling, handicap parking, and beach permits. It oversees the recreational and commercial town boat slips, and handles false fire and burglar alarm claims.
King James II of England created the Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty of the Town of East Hampton through…More the Dongan Patent on December 9, 1686. Twenty years earlier, the Nichols Patent had defined the area's boundaries, but the Dongan Patent is one of the earliest documents to declare governing body in America. Though the town is run by the East Hampton Town Supervisor and town board, the trustees, an autonomous board, still exist today.
Still, the trustees manage public lands that have not since been deeded out, such as the ocean beaches from Wainscott to Hither Hills State Park in Montauk, bottom lands, and certain small roads, regulate moorings and docks in the harbors, are responsible for dredging the harbor, and monitoring shellfish and eelgrass.
There are nine elected trustees, and the body elects a trustee clerk, who works full-time out of a town office on Bluff Road, close to the ocean beach, and an assistant clerk each year. The board meets twice a month on the second Tuesday of every month at the East Hampton Town Hall and on the fourth Tuesday of every month at its office.