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draught. There is live music on weekends. Alex's draws a
young crowd, many of whom work on chartered yachts.
Opens at 11 am and closes when the last guest staggers out.
American Yacht Harbor, Red Hook
(340) 775-7060
Lunch, dinner, late night
Few sports bars have a better location than the Caribbean
Saloon, on the second floor of this waterside complex. The
bar is central to the restaurant and it is always crowded at
dusk when the charter crews stop by for Happy Hour and
popcorn shrimp, buffalo wings and conch fritters. A café
menu is served for lunch and as a late-night menu till 4 am.
It includes burgers, cheesesteak hoagies, mahi and po boy
shrimp hoagies and meatball and sausage subs. The wooden
tables scattered through the dining room are crowded for
dinner (from 7 pm) when appetizers include crab cakes, peel
n' eat shrimp and soups. Main courses feature BBQ ribs,
chicken, stir fry dishes, prime rib, veal parmesan and lob-
ster tails. There are 10 large-screen satellite TVs scattered
through the dining room. They are set to sporting events.
Casual ambience and attire. Young crowd.
Red Hook Plaza
(340) 779-2080
Lunch, dinner, late night
If you are looking for a quiet dining experience, don't head
here. Duffy's rocks with “Taco Tuesdays,” “Chicks Rule
Wednesdays” and a costume party every Thursday night.
This thatch-roofed bar has leopard-print seats, palm trees
and shutters open to the cooling trade winds. The bartend-
ers prepare exotic concoctions like the “Love Shack Volcano”
(it flames), “Revenge of Godzilla” in a green Godzilla glass
and “Blast Off” in a glowing spaceship.
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