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At the Living Room, we identify the freshest and most naturally produced foods, creating world-class menu selections from what can be purchased through local, organic producers. This is the slow-food philosophy at work, and we believe it makes for the best-tasting meals in the Hamptons. Our chef uses the slow-food process to "cook with the seasons", coming up with mouth-watering menus of cuisine he calls "new American with a Scandinavian twist". Signature dishes include Scandinavian classics like Toast Skagen and exquisite desserts like Spring Strawberry Rhubarb Crisp with homemade honey vanilla gelato and Catapano Goat Cheese Tarte with homemade lingonberry sorbet. To complement, you can choose from more than 200 vintages from our extensive wine cellar. From local Long Island varietals to organic Oregonian boutique blends and standards from Europe, there is a wine for every mood and food at The Living Room.
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Phone: (631) 324-5440

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all major credit cards
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The Living Room @ c/o The Maidstone

The Maidstone Restaurant

Categories
Continental Restaurants, American Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Valet, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Dressy

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: American, European, Continental

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

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kweber1

08/27/2010

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Was the Fluke a fluke?

Had some imaginative, well executed dishes (tomatoes with gazpacho sauce, corn ravioli, sauteed mushrooms) but the ""Local Fluke,"" which two of us had, was like fish at a bad diner, dry and mushy. And the accompanying carrots, which sounded special on the menu, were a chopped up mess.

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