Moby Dick’s

For our last night at the beach we drove out to Montauk and had dinner at the pop-up restaurant Moby Dicks.  It was Montauks version of Tulum.  Great setting, good food, very mellow. 

You walk down a small boardwalk to get where you need to go.

Then you see this. 


Drinks?  Once of us had the watermelon margarita and another had the east sider.  Both delicious

Menu of the day
Menu of the day.  Changes daily.

Outdoor pizza oven can not be beat.

Butterhead lettuce salad with slices of avocado, cherry tomatoes and a rich creamy dijon dressing.

Can't finish off the summer without a tomato salad with chopped purple basil.

Classic margherita pizza with slices of coppa.  Really good pizza.

Whole grilled porgy with a salad of yellow and green beans mixed with chopped shallots and vinegar. 

We watched the sunset.

On the way back we stopped at the ice cream place in Montauk for a scoop. 

Perfect ending to a fantastic summer. 

Comments (Archived):

  1. awaldstein

    Tulum on Montauk.You’ve piqued my interest!

  2. JLM

    .Sad to see summer end. Come on down South where the summer never ends.Great blog post as usual..

  3. William Mougayar

    Nice. I would have picked that porgy too!

  4. andyidsinga

    east sider looks good.i tried something new ( to me ) last night – a seelbach – was very good ( http://www.imbibemagazine.c… )

  5. kenberger

    “Montauk’s verion of Tulum”–!! ha, that’s really good, GG!Loved the vibe of MDick’s (popup place that may or may not be back next year), but you can’t bring anyone super picky because they only have 2 entrees to choose from.Like I commented on a 4sq checkin of Fred’s: “I’ll see that Amagansett sunset and raise you a Montauk one”– one advantage of Montauk is they have a few awesome spots on lakes or bays facing west for great sunsets. Navy Beach (hipster) and Harvest (family) are both fantastic. But our fav spot winner was… Montauket.