East End Restaurants and Chefs on TV Food Maps

No less than 14 East End restaurants appear on TVFoodMaps.com, a website featuring eateries from television food programs.

Each restaurant is marked on the map with a red pin, which opens a window listing its name and the show on which it appeared. Further clicking reveals more information, including menus, hours and photos, as well as video clips from the restaurant’s episode. Users can search by city or television show, or simply by looking at a particular region on the map.

This interesting new website shows why the Hamptons and the East End region is literally “on the map” for foodies nationwide. It’s also a good indication of what our local chefs, like Rachael Ray and Ina Garten are doing to promote restaurants on the Twin Forks!

Among those listed, from west to east (entries as they appear on TVFoodMaps.com):

Beach Bakery Cafe
112 Main Street
 Westhampton Beach, NY
The Best Thing I Ever Ate
Why: Alex Guarnaschelli–Peach Raspberry Crumb Pie

Tweeds Restaurant and Buffalo Bar
17 East Main Street 
Riverhead, NY
Food Paradise

Why: Just a short drive from the Big Apple is Tweeds, where they serve buffalo, an animal that weighs about 2,000 lbs. This makes for some big slabs of meat. Tweeds serves up at least 10 different cuts of buffalo to local fans.

Pierre’s
2468 Main Street 
Bridgehampton, NY
The Best Thing I Ever Ate
Why: Rocco DiSpirito – Buche De Noel

Loaves & Fishes
50 Main Street Sagaponack, NY
The Best Thing I Ever Ate
Why: Ina Garten – Shrimp and Swordfish Curry

Sen Restaurant (now closed to become The Cuddy)
23 Main Street
 Sag Harbor, NY
Rachael Ray – $40 a Day
Why: (blank, but Ray visits Sen on her tour of the Hamptons on $40 a day)

Vine Street Cafe
41 South Ferry Road
 Shelter Island, NY
The Best Thing I Ever Ate
Why: Ina Garten – Pasta Bolognese

The 1770 House
143 Main Street
 East Hampton, NY
The Best Thing I Ever Ate
Why: Ina Garten – Meatloaf

Mary’s Marvelous
207 Main Street 
Amagansett, NY
Rachael Ray – $40 a Day
Why: (also blank, but more of Ray’s Hamptons tour on $40 a day)

Cyrils Fish House
2167 Montauk Highway 
Montauk, NY
Drinking Made Easy
Why: Famous for their BBC cocktail.

Montauk Brewing Company
62 South Erie Avenue
 Montauk, NY
Drinking Made Easy
Why: Montauk’s first and only brewery is bent on capturing the local flavor in their beer.

Ruschmeyer’s
161 Second House Road
 Montauk, NY
Unique Eats
Why: Utilizes all the local seafood, much more than just a restaurant. Known for their smoked blue fish pate.

Navy Beach
16 Navy Road 
Montauk, NY
Drinking Made Easy
Why: What was once navy housing for the local navy base has turned into a great seaside bar with freshly made and original drinks.

Montauk Beach House
55 South Elmwood Avenue 
Montauk, NY
Drinking Made Easy
Why: This is the areas premier weekend destination for top DJs, live music and fancy cars.

Surf Lodge
183 Edgemere Street
 Montauk, NY
Top Chef
Why: Sam is the executive chef at this new restaurant in Montauk!

Visit TVFoodMaps.com to see all the cool TV show-related restaurants and related content. The site also has Mobile Apps, a Road Trip Planner and comments and rating options. Go have your say. Who can talk about East End restaurants better than East End residents?

On that note, check out Dan’s List to rate all local restaurants and business on the North and South Forks!

TVFoodMaps map

Map of the East End on TVFoodMaps.com

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