East Hampton Restaurants

94 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937
Dinner seven days. Monday-Thursday, 5-10 p.m. Friday until 11 p.m. Saturday, 5-11 p.m. Sunday, 5-10 p.m. Reservations for four or more.

The Palm, though part of a large enterprise with branches elsewhere, almost seems to be from an earlier era. In part that's because it is in the 18th-century Huntting Inn and because of its pressed-tin ceiling and banquettes. The Palm has its service and cooking down pat, and you will get your steak or lobster exactly as desired. Though the prices are high, it is almost de rigueur to share because portions are huge. The signature side dishes are home fries, fried onions, and creamed spinach, and there are Italian specialities such as veal parmigiana. The wine list is extensive, focused on American and Italian vintages, and there's a good selection of wines by the glass. Regulars can join the restaurant's 837 Club, entitling them to special reward certificates. 

281 Springs-Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937
631 329-1800
Weekdays, 10 a.m.-11 p.m. Weekends until midnight in season.

Pepperoni is known for its pizza and ice cream parlor, but its menu is huge. It has been serving the local community since 1996, with the goal of offering the best products to the best people. The newest addition to Pepperoni's is Ryder's Bakery, which is named after the family's newest addition.

31 Race Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937
Dinner seven days from 5 p.m., with the bar from 4 p.m. Closed Tuesday till then.

Race Lane, in walking distance from the East Hampton Village railroad station, is holding forth in the pleasant place that was converted years ago from a laundry to a restaurant. Other eateries there have come and gone, but fans say Race Lane is here to stay. Local oysters are available as a starter and a 9-ounce filet mignon ($48) with montepulciano sauce, pearl onions, beech mushroom, and whipped potatoes is a winner. Dining is indoors in a large room with a fireplace or outdoors in good weather.

74 Montauk Highway, East Hampton, NY 11937
Sunday-Thursday, 8 am.-7 p.m. Friday and Saturday until 8 p.m.

"A butcher, a baker, and a mozzarella maker," according to the website, collaborate here on specialty foods including what many consider this the best pizza around, not to mention calzone, stromboli, and handmade fresh mozzarella from Pasquale Langella. Alongside a barista coffee bar, nine kinds of doughnuts, and two dozen kinds of cookies you can find ready-to-go foods from egg sandwiches to 34 different salads, dinner entries like pot pies, sole casino, and chicken cordon bleu, as well as cakes, pies, and tiramisu. Along with select groceries and cheeses, the shop carries the butcher's fresh meats and fish.

184 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton, NY 11937
Seasonal, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Sundays until 2 p.m. Closed Tuesday.

Round Swamp Farm is a country market, farmstand, fish market, and bakery with locations in East Hampton and Bridgehampton. The family is proud of farming the very best produce, creating prepared specialties, providing the finest local seafood and two markets that make it available to everyone. 



10 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937
Lunch and dinner seven days. Lunch, noon-3:30 p.m. Dinner, 5-10 p.m., and weekends till 11 p.m.

Boasting a copper-topped bar and faux Arts and Crafts surroundings, the bar scene is lively, especially when sports fans watch TV. Tucked into the Parrish Mews off Main Street, Rowdy Hall takes its name from a turn-of-the-century boarding house frequented by artists. The restaurant is small but a few tables are available outdoors in good weather. The menu has year-round mainstays, such as the huge Rowdy burger, fish and chips, French onion soup, local flounder, moules, and steak frites. Domestic and imported brews are on tap and there's a well-chosen wine list. Rowdy Hall is owned by the folks at Nick and Toni's, and you can count on its culinary influence. Look for some healthy options, like kale salad.

36 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937
Seven days. Lunch, seasonal, 12-3:30 p.m. Dinner, 5-11 p.m. No reservations.

Sam's has been a favorite since 1947 and locals now share the place with celebrities. (Steven Spielberg has been spotted.) Individual thin-crust pizzas, veal Milanese, and frutti di mare pasta among other dishes make for solid, good eating. The old-fashioned bar is a good place to wait for a table while sipping a pint.

104 North Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937
Seasonal. Sunday, Tuesday-Thursday, 5-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, noon-midnight. Closed Monday. Starting July 4th, lunch and dinner every day.

The folks from the popular New York City Serafina chain have made a go of it in East Hampton's northern Italian alley - otherwise known as North Main Street. The place has flowing white fabric on the ceiling and yellow umbrellas outside. In addition to a large selection of pizzas, the menu includes seafood, poultry, and meat entrees, grilled fish, risottos, and plenty of pasta, boasting "homemade desserts" and "the freshest locally grown produce." A 45-seat outdoor dining area opens into a vine-covered pergola, where guests are encouraged to have a drink.

100 Montauk Highway, East Hampton, NY 11937
Open 7 days, lunch and dinner. Saturday and Sunday brunch. Year-round. No reservations.

East Hampton's newest family friendly, moderately priced, American casual, comfort food cafe is being opened by Michael Gluckman and Shane Dyckman called The Service Station Food & Drink where Winston's was last year. Chef Matthew Chappele will be offering farm to table produce and products on the menu including soft shell crabs, tuna tartare, oysters Rockefeller, a variety of salads, baby back ribs, chicken and fish tacos. Gluten free and vegetarian dishes will also be available. The property operated as a genuine service station in 1924, owned by the Gardiner family. 

143 Main Street, East Hampton, NY 11937
Dinner seven days. Open, 5:30-10 p.m. weekdays. Weekends until 10:30 p.m.

The 1770 House has a small dining room, with old-wood tables, soft lighting, and Oriental rugs, and a more casual dining area and tavern-style bar in the basement with less extravagant prices. The restaurant offers cosseting service, high-quality contemporary American food with an emphasis on simplicity, beautiful presentation, and has a comfortable sound level. Michael Rozzi (formerly executive chef of Della Femina Restaurant in East Hampton) is at the helm with signature dishes like a spicy local fluke tartare appetizer with Hijiki and wasabi tobiko radish, or beets and baby mizuna lettuce, rogue smokey blue cheese, maple and cumin dressing. Entree choices include seared scallops with sweet peas and potatoes and Chanterelle mushroom fondue, melted leeks and black garlic. Local products are served whenever possible. A nice addition is the outdoor patio where, along with enjoying your food, you can enjoy a beautiful evening outside.

85 Springs-Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937
Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

The goal of the Logie sisters, who opened this small place where one sister bakes and the other prepares takeout foods, is to make sure that healthy foods are tasty. Mexican, Greek, or Thai flavors infuse the wraps, and salads are made with edamame or quinoa. Kids might order AB and B, a takeoff on peanut butter and jelly, with almond butter and banana. Gluten-free and vegan items are available.

199 Pantigo Road, East Hampton, NY 11937
Lunch and dinner seven days 11 a.m.–9 p.m. Catering, take-out, and some outdoor seating.

Arthur Wolf, the former chef at Turtle Crossing, runs Smokin' Wolf at 199 Pantigo Road, next to Luigi's. Barbecue plus seafood, salads, wraps, quesadillas, daily specials and homemade desserts, plus an ice cream bar. Indoor and outdoor seating.

7 Railroad Avenue, East Hampton, NY 11937
Seven days. Lunch and dinner, Monday-Saturday 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m., Sunday, 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.

Almost everything at Villa is made right there, from the pasta down to the sauce. It sells fresh mozzarella, sausage, and every hero and focaccia sandwich is made to order. There are unusual salads, various sausages, and prepared dishes like stuffed shells, chicken marsala, and eggplant Parmesan, which you might like to stock in your freezer. When the Villa first came to town, under Saverio Naclerio, those who loved Italian specialties of couldn't believe their good luck, and it's now an East Hampton institution. Catering is available, and there is a hidden patio with tables out back.

47 Montauk Highway, East Hampton, NY 11937
Sunday-Thursday, 5-10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 5-11 p.m.

The great variety of sushi and sashimi includes some you don't often see, such as sweet shrimp and bluefin toro. The cost ranges widely, from $3 and $75 for a deluxe assortment for two. You can find a tasty chicken teriyaki salad and spicy tuna sandwich here, and the specials are worth trying. The fried oyster roll retained its crunch inside the rice, The Star's food writer, Laura Donnelly, said, and she found the Pink Lady, a mixture of lobster, shrimp, crabmeat, asparagus, and avocado, delicious.