East Hampton joint reviewed in Newsday

“His dishes include Baja fish tacos, Texas-style chili, a wedge salad, sandwiches, burgers, and main courses such as fish and chips, steak frites, and grilled salmon.”

Sooo, no accounting for taste, this simple, simple, simple menu www.thespringstavern.com/menu
Yawns me to death with prices that match culinary entrees prepared by culinary skilled professionals but are just bar snacks to keep one drinking.

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Considering the cost of commercial RE in East Hampton, and hand crafted food, I think the prices are really reasonable, if prep is good, too. My kind of menu, though. :slight_smile:

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Different strokes for different folks. That’s what makes it great. I have a different definition of hand crafted that fits my needs and that’s ok too. Good luck to them!

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Making noodles. Phongdien Town, Cantho City, Southern Vietnam.
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