The Dish: Shrimp Po-Boy Sandwich at Scorpion Grill

A closer look at a featured dish at one of Miller Place's newest dining spots.

One of the more unique dining spots in Miller Place, and also one of the newest, is Scorpion Grill in the Marshall's shopping center on Route 25A. The restaurant features Southwest dishes such as tacos, burritos and quesadillas along with other traditional fare like a hamburger, grilled chicken sandwich and the popular bacon-wrapped hot dog. Here's what this Patch editor ate for lunch on Tuesday afternoon.

The Dish: Shrimp Po-Boy Sandwich ($7).

What's Inside: 'New Orleans style' crispy fried shrimp on a toasted hero with lettuce, tomato and Scorpion Grill's chipotle cream sauce. Served with a side of chips and fresh-made salsa.

Eat this Because: You want to try something new and unique that you will struggle to find somewhere else in the area. The bun is lightly toasted and the shrimp is crispy and covered in their delicious chipotle cream sauce, which provides just the right amount of kick.

Side Dish: Check out this Patch article on the story behind Scorpion Grill.

Captain Howard Hawrey April 09, 2013 at 06:15 PM
Looks Good though we still do not have a place offering true LA Food. I'm talking sausage gravy and biscuits, red eyed gravy, beignets, shrimp creole, real red beans and rice, real Cajun jambalaya. blackened catfish, etoufee, moufelatta sandwhich, and other Cajun dishes.
Susan April 09, 2013 at 10:22 PM
I had that the other day at The Scorpion Grill and it was outstanding.
Brian April 12, 2013 at 12:33 AM
Go to Mesquite in Sound Beach.


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