32 East is a casual dining restaurant that serves contemporary American dishes in a stylish Bistro-themed bi-level space. Chef John Thomas puts an innovative spin on the seasonal menu, using the freshest ingredients sourced from around the country for a unique burst of flavor. It features savory delights like crispy gulf shrimp, grilled Long Island duck breast and dry aged black Angus ribeye. 32 East also boasts an award winning wine list to complement its meals.
Launched in 1996, 32 East is an ideal pick for most casual dining events. The restaurant's relaxed ambiance makes it a popular choice with many of the residents. This restaurant also comes with a full-service bar, an upper-level dining room and an outdoor (side terrace) dining option for guests who prefer to dine al fresco. 32 East is open every day.
As always, a great dinner at 32 East. The seafood-grouper and snapper were particularly good. We did notice one thing, the off season summer menu is not quite as extensive as the full season. That said, while there were fewer choices, all were good.
What a wonderful evening! Our server Eddie
Was a delight! His recommendations were top
Notch. My snapper was outstanding and the
Vegetables were amazing. My husband had
A delicious strip steak that he truly enjoyed.
Presentation was just beautiful. A++++++++
I have been a patron many times at 32 East and it has never disappointed me! Great food and service.
Our water person was VERY attentive -kept our glasses full and remembered we only like the whole grain bread.
We had to wait several times before and during and after our meal for our waitress to appear. The first time, she apologized - it appears the glasses being dried were more important than the customers at her second table - not the 1st table to whom a chef was speaking.
The food is really good - we would opt for a different waitress.
Can't say enough about 32 East! Evening was perfect with incredible food, wine and service!
Birthday dinner was fantastic, food was incredible. Jason was a great server. Will be back again!
Excellent dinner although it was difficult finding the front door. The wood fired oven bacon wrapped figs were disappointing...they were dry and didn't have any fig sweetness. Pork porterhouse with its side of baked beans were a hit. the accompanying slae was just too vinegary.
Just ok...........was excited about this restaurant.........didn't start well as we had an 830 reservation and did not get seated until 850.....had a couple of drinks at bar while waiting.....drinks are very expensive........after being seated service was really good.......started with apps......buffalo shrimp.......very good.......mushroom risotto........just ok.......the goat cheese took over the whole dish........could not taste mushrooms at all.....I had spaghetti and meatballs......just average.....meatballs very herby........my date had filet which was amazing.....had warm cookies as desert........very good.........all in all just ok but no enough to make me come back in light of all the restaurants in the area..........
Fantastic service and wonderful food.
We had a reservation but we had to wait at the bar for a bit, which we didn't mind at all. Our drinks were great and we were having a great time. However, when we sat down to eat, we couldn't help but notice the manager and servers were being kind and attentive to every other table except for ours. This is not to say our server didn't do his job, he was good! But in comparison to the tables near us, it was a different experience. It was our first time there, I couldn't imagine a reason why. We also couldn't help but notice the manager personally approached each table to introduce himself and ask how everything was, but failed to come to ours. My date also pointed out that the interior looks like a diner. The food was pretty good but there are so many other places on Atlantic, I wouldn't return.