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  • The Dock House

    by RblWthACoz Written Aug 13, 2007

    You know when a place is good enough that you just forget to talk and have conversation with the people you are with? Well that is what happened here. I realized after a while that we were being very quiet as we chowed down on the generous portion of food we had been given. Everything was quite good. From the seafood to the great bread to the ripe and delicious tomatos. We couldn't have asked for anything more. Well yeah...we wouldn't have minded some beers, but oh well.

    They also sell raw seafood for you to take home as well, if one were so inclined. The live lobsters are all in a bathtub by the front door!

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  • by RblWthACoz Written Aug 13, 2007

    I know it is not really a Hamptons sort of thing, but this shop displayed some very nice pieces - several of which I wouldn't have minded in taking home. For most this might be a place to look more than spend, but looking still is worth it I say. My favorite: the 100 year old wooden sign shop for a store selling socks.

    Open daily except Wednesdays. Weekends only during the winter.

    What to pay: depends on what you purchase

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