Reviews

Pasta with lobster, fresh corn, saffron and basil

Best Cookout 2006
Hamptons Resident

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“The service is friendly and the staff always ready. Whether taking advantage of the Wednesday cookout or enjoying a sunset meal other days of the week, The Pridwin is a delightful alternative and option to the sometimes “too-buzzing” Hamptons restaurant scene. Go and enjoy”
Hamptons Resident

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“Over the years, if there has been one thing that has annoyed readers it has been when their favorite undiscovered gem of a restaurant has been outed with a rave review. Well, sorry, guys, but I’m going to do it again. This time it is the Pridwin Hotel…

…Glinda waved her magic wand and everything changed. We were on a flower-filled deck high above the bay, with a breeze that blew away all the memories of the sweaty inferno of the previous days. A heron flew across a sky turning deep rose and a sailboat tacked gracefully into a mooring spot just beneath us…

The crab cakes with slightly spicy Jamaican sauce were great, and as crisp as they should be, and the seared blackened sashimi-style tuna was also immaculate….Would the quality continue into the main course? The answer was a resounding yes. Pridwin-caught mahi-mahi and lightly grilled tuna were served with outstanding polenta. Many the East End restaurant that could afford to give the chef’s a call to get their recipe….

The Pridwin is a find….”

– Sheridan Sansegundo, The East Hampton Star

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The Pridwin Beach Hotel and Cottages on Shelter Island has a wrap-around deck outside its restaurant where diners savor summer as few others can. Set on Crescent Beach, facing Southold Bay, the Pridwin Restaurant’s graceful porch-like deck is an ideal place to luxuriate in summer sunset scenes of shimmering water and distant sailboats. Nautical-style lanterns are at the center of white cloth-covered tables, hanging plants abound and strings of fairy lights swing overhead in gentle waterfront breezes. Below, boaters sometimes cruise up to the Pridwin’s private dock for dinner.
The restaurant’s New American menu leans appropriately toward seafood, much of it from East End waters. All the featured, modestly priced wine is, as it should be, from Long Island vineyards.
Long Island Food Reviews by Richard Jay Scholem

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