That’s the kind of place you’re looking for! (Aside: if you’re using Google, it defaults to using the AND operator between words, but it’s still good to know.) The quotation marks are used to indicate a phrase as opposed to a single word, so this would specifically find the whole phrase “too expensive”, as opposed to just “too” or “expensive”. You can also use parentheses if you’re looking for multiple options, for example:
Montauk AND (hotel OR bed and breakfast OR B&B) AND “too expensive” Remember how you use parentheses in math to set aside groups of numbers? Basically, this works like that, but with words. Classic George Boole! In this example of the use of parentheses, you can also see the use of the OR operator.