â€œWe are delighted that customers enjoy dining at B. Smithâ€™s Sag Harbor so much they named it their favorite in not just one, but three categories,â€? says B. Smith, owner of B. Smithâ€™s Sag Harbor Restaurant
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B. Smithâ€™s Sag Harbor Restaurant took top honors in Danâ€™s Papers â€œBest of the Bestâ€? awards, winning three awards in the magazineâ€™s annual listing of the best places to eat and shop in the Hamptons on Long Islandâ€™s east end.Â
Readers selected B. Smithâ€™s Restaurant as the Best Waterfront Restaurant, the Best Seafood Restaurant and the Best Lobster Dinner.Â â€œWe are delighted that customers enjoy dining at B. Smithâ€™s Sag Harbor so much they named it their favorite in not just one, but three categories,â€? says B. Smith, owner of B. Smithâ€™s Sag Harbor Restaurant as well as B.
Smithâ€™s Restaurants in New York and Washington, D.C. â€œThis honor further fuels the excitement that is mounting as we head into our 10th summer season in the Hamptons.â€? B. Smithâ€™s Sag Harbor Restaurant will celebrate its tenth anniversary in the Hamptons when it opens for the 2007 summer season Motherâ€™s Day weekend. The restaurant, which overlooks the scenic Long Wharf marina, entices celebrities, locals and visitors with a menu featuring fresh seafood and cool cocktails.Â
The restaurant offers guests the choice of dining in the casual, but stylish, light-filled dining room or alfresco on the deck.Â Many guests also enjoy kicking back on the relaxing deck and watching the sunset while sipping a refreshing cocktail from the specialty drink menu.
The lunch and dinner menus feature a bounty of fresh seafood including Maine lobster served either whole, sandwich style in the Classic Lobster Roll or as a retro 1950â€™s style Long Wharf Lobster Salad served in the shell.Â Among the popular appetizers are the Steamed Gulf Shrimp Dumplings with a sweet Thai chili dipping sauce and B. Smithâ€™s signature Curried Crisped Oysters in a coconut wasabi dressing. Both lunch and dinner menus also offer the Long Wharf Raw Bar Selections featuring a choice or platter of oyster shooters, chilled jumbo shrimp, oysters, little necks, cherrystones and Dungeness crab legs served on ice.
â€œAlthough each of my restaurants has its own style and menu reflecting its setting, you will find a few of my favorite Southern recipes at all three locations,â€? says Smith. At the Sag Harbor restaurant, one of those recipes is Southern Pitt Style BBQ Ribs with B.â€™s â€œSweet Successâ€? Sauce, an entrÃ©e so popular it has been on the menu since the restaurant opened.
Desserts are made in-house at B. Smithâ€™s Sag Harbor Restaurant, with favorites including Key Lime Pie, a Chocolate SoufflÃ© served with vanilla ice cream and mixed berries, and B.Â Smithâ€™s signature Bourbon Street Bread Pudding served warm with a bourbon cream sauce.
B. Smithâ€™s Sag Harbor Restaurant is open seven days a week during the summer season with dinner beginning nightly at 6 p.m. Lunch is served Monday-Saturday from 12-4 p.m. and on Sundays, a special brunch is offered from 12-4 p.m. Reservations are strongly recommended for the dining room, especially on weekends.
The B. Smith Restaurant Group, formed in May 1998, owns and operates three successful B. Smithâ€™s restaurants in New York, Washington, D.C. and the scenic Long Island Hampton Village of Sag Harbor. Smithâ€™s first restaurant, launched in Manhattan in 1986, was located on 8th Avenue and 47th Street for 13 years.Â
For more information on B. Smith, visit www.bsmith.com
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