a quick trip to montauk
Every Thursday morning through September there is a farmer's market in Montauk. Small but packs a powerful punch. My friend and I went to Montauk and I gave her a quick tour of my favorite haunts in Montauk.
Heirloom, golden and red cherry tomatoes and cherry husks from Amber Waves.
Pickles from a small company that I had never heard of ( and can't remember their name ) in Long Island. Killer firecracker pickles.
Intense cheese. The fresh ricotta is some of the best I have ever had.
Really good olive oils and vinegars from California. Excellent balsamic.
Over to Tauk Coffee for a mid-morning fix. Serving up my fave, Gimme Coffee. Directly across the street from South Edison.
Checked out Tauk, an eclectic shop across the street from the movie theater.
Over to Hideaway to check it out. Kitchen wasn't open yet.
Next stop, Crow's Nest which looks better each time I stop by. The menu is mouth watering. This picture of Yoko and John which I would have stolen off the wall if Jeff wasn't watching!
Back to Hideaway for lunch. Fish and shrimp tacos. The fish are better.
Felt like a short vacation. I do love Montauk.
Just curious, how long does it take you to drive out there from lower Manhattan on a weekday? Never seen fish cooked in strips like that for tacos.
Its all relative to when you leave the city. If you go during the week when traffic is nill, you can get there in 3 hours…with the pedal to the metal.
we’re going there tmw on this amazing scooter I just bought (Piaggio MP3). Any place suggestions between nyc and there are welcome.
We really don’t stop until we get out here. Enjoy the ride.
Who did the picture of Yoko and John?
Good question. Its one of those old paintings that has been hanging there forever. I love it!
The famer’s market and those pickles are great. They’re called Horman’s Best and they’re from LI.http://www.hormansbestpickl…MTK really is amazing somewhat sad to see it changing.No stop for a BBC on the way home?
Once we pull out it is a straight shot to NYC.