Fried chicken at Smokin' Wolf in East Hampton. (August 2012) (Credit: Newsday / Peter Gianotti)
Arthur Wolf, former chef at Turtle Crossing, which logged 18 years in East Hampton, has taken the kitchen back in
to emphasize what made the old joint so popular: hardwood-smoked barbecue. Turtle Crossing wandered into an American bistro format before it closed. Now, the theme is decidedly Western, from a sign heralding Route 66 to a poster advertising John Wayne in "The...
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