Moby’s East Hampton

By grace.g.yang ยท August 27, 2015
Under: American,Dinner,Hamptons,My Life,steak

A few weeks ago, I did a girls weekend in East Hampton with some close friends. It was a really fun weekend and we also managed to eat a lot of good food while we were there. On Saturday night, me, Denise, Anna and Ariel went to Moby’s East Hampton and the food and atmosphere did not disappoint. We started out with prosecco while we waited for Ariel:


We started with a butterhead lettuce salad with radishes, avocado, gorgonzola and butter milk dressing:


Very lightly dressed with butter milk dressing and the vegetables were all freshly picked from a local farmer’s market.

Next, we ordered the burrata, which was served with romano beans, arugula, crispy shallots, and Amagansett sea salt:


This dish was the star of the evening – the burrata was creamy and had so much flavor! One order is definitely enough to share with a group, but it’s so good that it’s worth ordering two of them.

Next, we ordered the local asparagus:


For our mains, we ordered the whole black sea bass from local fishermen with spring onions, salmoriglio, and grilled lemon:


And the flatiron steak with broccolini and shallots:


The meal was really delicious and the atmosphere was really lively but not too loud. The interiors are painted white with splashes of navy blue. There’s also a tent in the back that’s very lively (but not air conditioned). I’d recommend calling ahead for reservations!

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