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New Hamptons Restaurants, Summer '04 Edition

In rough order of buzz, with thanks to HC&G for the vitals:

1) Citti Nuova. Milan-style bistro from Ben Krupinski (1770 House, East Hampton Point) in the old Bar 29 space. [East Hampton, 631-324-6300]
2) Fresno. Red Bar's David Loewenberg bows a New American in what was Santa Fe Junction. [East Hampton, 631-324-8700]
3) JLX Bistro. Jean-Luc East spinoff promises the summer's sceniest dining scene. [Sag Harbor, 631-725-9100]
4) Alison. Alison By the Beach was condemned (structurally, not cuisine-wise), so chef Alison Becker Hurt takes the helm at what was 95 School Street. [Bridgehampton, 631-537-7100]
5) Dragonbar. In an abandoned Chinese takeout join, clubmasters mount what they hope will be the scene du moment. Oh, yeah, apparently there's food to enjoy with your bottle service. [Southampton, 631-283-5920]
6) Ristorante Capri. Mid-range Neopolitan next to the tank on Route 27 at what was Rubi Red. [East Hampton, 631-907-8030]
7) Ocean Grill. In the old American Bistro space on Main St. in Bridgehampton, a new midrange Mediterranean from the folks behind Giordano's in Sag Harbor. [Bridgehampton, 631-537-5665]
8) Starr Boggs. A name familiar to Westhamptonites opens in new digs. [Westhampton, 631-288-3500]

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