Friday, September 10, 2010

Food and fun in the Flatiron, Sagaponack

I like Thursdays. You're almost at the finish line to Friday, but there's no stress yet of planning all the food and play you want to squeeze into the weekend. Yesterday was an even better Thursday than usual because my co-worker suggested we visit the nearby Sagaponack Bar & Grill. The venue has very interesting characteristics. It is inspired by the Southhampton village, complete with seashells, sand, and pastels.

Since coming to New York, I've fallen in love with exposed brick walls. Seeing small blocks of brick behind the bar made me like the place even more.

The restaurant area. The second floor looks perfect for hosting private parties.

Conch Fritters. My co-worker's favorite appetizer at Sagaponack.

Slow Braised Korean Short Ribs. I couldn't decide between this and the Lobster Roll, so two of us shared both dishes. The meat was unbelievably tender and fell right off the bones. The seven grain rice under the meat was really enjoyable, too.

Lobster Roll with homemade Shoestring Fries (amazing) and Mixed Greens. There was so much lobster meat in the roll that the meat kept falling out as I ate this. (Always a good sign). Loved the fries.

New York Strip and Fries. Omg, the one bite I had made me want the whole thing. Good thing I'm a lady and didn't actually try to take it over. Grilled perfectly.

The Short Ribs was $22, the Lobster Roll was $26, and the Steak and Fries was $28. Main dishes range from $15 to $28.
So delicious and in such a great location.

The Sagaponack Bar & Grill website:

4 West 22nd Street (off of 5th Ave)
New York, NY 10010
Phone number: (212)229-2226

Here is a bigger map.

Sagaponack Restaurant on Urbanspoon

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