Sometimes you require sandwiches.
Okay, most of the time you require sandwiches.
Which means we’re about to make you really happy.
Because today we’re discussing...
You guessed it: beer.
But mostly sandwiches.
Get acquainted with East Hampton Sandwich Co., a new home for the holy union of fluffy bread and 24-hour brined meats, now open in Snider Plaza.
First things first, you’ll notice this place isn’t your average neighborhood sub shop. (The pancetta, microgreens and fierce dedication to house-brined, hand-carved meats probably tipped you off.) Instead, it’s more like the breezy kitchen of a summer beach home. That one with granite counters, white cabinets and six beers on tap.
So naturally, you’ll want to come here for lunch. Or dinner. Or sandwich-related snacks. Just walk up to the counter and order the fried-chicken sandwich with pepper jack, bacon and avocado (congratulations, you won). Then, grab a Brooklyn Lager and a seat at one of the pale wood tables behind you. (These guys thought of everything.)
But if you’re feeling particularly festive/beachy/biased against all things fried chicken, you’ll probably want to try their lobster roll. It’s knuckle and claw meat topped with a split tail, some greens and lots of drawn butter.
You may want to have a bib handy.