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Starr Boggs
Seafood Restaurant$$$
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6 Parlato Dr Westhampton Beach, NY 11978
6 Parlato DriveUSNew YorkWesthampton Beach11978
(631) 288-3500
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Chic New American spot adorned with original Warhols, plus a landscaped patio with waterfall & bar.- Google
"Perhaps the Monday night Lobster Bake is better."
"I sent back my calamari salad because the dressing had a horrible pungent taste."
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Cynthia Bourassa
2 months ago
Horrible from start to finish the last four times ive been there in two years. Everything needs salt, nothing is prepared properly. Service is absolutely horrible. Had to ask for our waiter to order. Appetizers came and we had to ask for bread as it was never served to us. On my birthday visit we didnt receive our drink until we were done with our apps. Waitress blamed it on bartender , said she was "backed up", totally unprofessional, should never had said that. He stand on location I believe. Ive lived here my whole life and hes been really downhill in the past 5 years.Wont go back, ever. Lavolpe and Stone Creek never need salt and service is right on.
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Stanley Brown
11 months ago
Beautifully presented food (it seems almost like vandalism to eat it), most of it as good to eat as to look at. On our recent visits, we have enjoyed oysters, a wonderful tuna appetizer, and a number of delicious fish dishes. The rooms are comfortable, with original Warhol and other art work on the walls. The patio is a lovely place to eat in the right weather. The service is quite good, paying lots of unobtrusive attention. A great place for people watching -- many of both customers and staff aspire to be "beautiful people".
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Jane Doe
4 years ago
Went to Starr Boggs this past weekend to celebrate my husband and daughters birthday. If you enjoy slow, unprofessional service with an attitute, than this is the place for you! Food was mediocre at best and way overpriced. I used to frequent this restaurant when they were in the Dune Deck and it was one of my favorite restaurants, but not anymore. I ordered the flounder which was supposedly their "signature dish". It was basically a breaded, fried piece of fish on top of some sweet potatoe's for $33. My daughter ordered the crab cake appetizer which was the size of small meatball for $14. I sent back my calamari salad because the dressing had a horrible pungent taste. That was after the waiter infomed me he couldn't take it off the bill because I ate too much of it. Had to call over the manager who accommodated me. In all, very dissapointed. I could think of a hundred other restaurants I would have enjoyed more than this one. Don't waste your time or money. Perhaps the Monday night Lobster Bake is better.
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The Corcoran Group
2 years ago
New American Cuisine with a focus on seasonally appropriate and local ingredients. Starr proudly butchers the finest grade meats on premises. Don’t miss their buffet dinner best bargain.
GS dc
11 months ago
Pathetic service. Even for making reservations you need to speak with three people and wait. Not worth the damage
Richard Condon
11 months ago
ate here, four of us saturday night 8/30/14. pathetic from entry to exit. won't review food as for that i expect turn around pay. staff, except for water bearer, unhappy. maybe it's the noise. cannot hear anyone, anytime for deafening noise level. over 40's yell over 70's who say what ? a tip on fish...shrimp should have been tossed, lobster dry/overcooked, seafood soup not really manageable . filet of fish in two dishes was taste challenged, as in try to figure out what you're eating. place was packed so the crowd must have lost their ability to taste. how does a place like this continue to exist ?so yeh i come from new jersey but we get really great dining in princeton, spring lake, cape may at one third the cost ! i grew up out there and you can do a lot with fresh scrod, blue fish, shelter island clams, blue crabs, flounder a little melted butter and some salt. this place is a long way from that ! neverlbbak.
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Maribel Lara
4 years ago
A group of friends and I went here for the $30 two-course Sunday Prix Fixe dinner and had a wonderful experience. All of the portions were generous, the flavors were delightfully unique, and the quality of ingredients superb. The grilled calamari started and a subtle heat that enhanced the delicious vegetable flavors and the meatball, veal short rib, and Italian sausage used in Starr's Gravy were a carnivore's dream come true.
A Google User
3 years ago
This place was totally not zagat rated or at least the night we went. I ordered at $42 t-bone and asked for med. Rare. Not only did it come out burnt the best part of a t-bone was completely shredded. I calmly told waiter this was unacceptable. He than returned with mng. Who told me to pay my bill and leave. My wife and two kids where stunned with full dishes in front of them. Those dinners where just average but eaten with nasty looks! DISLIKED!