We've been wanting to try Case's Place for a while. We've eaten in this building for years when it was the "Galley Ho", the "Ho", something else... well, you get the idea. They have a nice deck with outdoor dining and views of Robin's Island and Cutchogue Bay. They have a dock with an attendant if you want to come by boat. I would be a little careful at night.
The lunch menu could be better with most seafood choices being fried including fried fish, fried shrimp, fried scallops etc... Nothing broiled although I didn't ask if they would do it for me. They also offer salads and burgers but for us, dining by the bay calls for seafood. A real highlight for us were the mussels in white garlic broth appetizer as they were prepared perfectly fresh and plump and garlicky. Although we didn't try one, we did see a lobster roll come out of the kitchen. We noticed the roll was prepared properly toasted with butter and split on the top. However, the lobster meat was small, diced pieces mixed with what we saw was too much mayo. It looked more like a lobster salad sandwich. To us, a proper lobster roll is prepared with chunks of lobster meat so large, you can identify what part of the lobster they came from (claw, knuckle or tail) with mayo and drawn butter on the side but to each his own. Our friends call us lobster snobs. Since we're in New Suffolk rather than Down East Maine, I guess you take what you can get. Personally, if I owned the restaurant, I would install an outdoor cooker and lobster pound and serve fresh steamed lobster and clams.
For the first time in our long lives eating out, another party tried to steal our table after we were seated. They came in a few minutes after us and asked the hostess if she would move us so they could sit at our table. Chutzpah! To the hostess's credit, she refused.
Added a circle for the view! We will be back.
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