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Where To Eat On The East End
By Joan Reminick STAFF WRITER As summer approaches, restaurant-watching on the East End becomes a spectator sport. This year much of the anticipating has revolved around the question of what would replace Peconic Coast in East Hampton, the perennially popular eatery that closed for good at the end of last season. Last week, the new occupant's identity was revealed when Ed "Jean-Luc" Kreefield, owner of Jean-Luc in Manhattan, took over the spot with plans to open Jean-Luc East (103 Montauk Hwy., 631-324-1100) around the Fourth of July.