The grass is indeed greener in this neighboring town! This place is consistently excellent from service, food choices and great tap beer. Ambience is your happy pub scene. Love this restaurant!
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Reliable dependable friendly local treasure. No pretentious, really good way above average American menu & grill. Lively & local. Can also eat at bar if solo.
In a village that delights to wallow in excess, Rowdy Hall is a reliable, friendly and top-quality pub. We visit regularly after a film or Guild Hall, for a break from afternoon shopping/chores, or just to sit at the bar and catch-up on a game. Bar is buzzy and the food is solid and tasty - burgers, fish and chips,... More
Great food great people can not go wrong. I stay away when City people are here for the summer. But the other 3 seasons it is great food great atmosphere worth going to. I am a local so you see where. I am coming frm
For the price this is clearly the best value on the South Fork. While burgers are one of their calling cards they usually have a lamb dish on the menu in the "off" season and it is always excellent. Their seasonal fish dishes are always fresh and creative and chef Eddie and manager Michelle keep the menu interesting with great... More
Quite the happening place but we were able to be seated right away. The service was prompt and the food quality was fantastic. This is a true pub environment and the food is in line with an upscale touch. Rowdy Hall is tucked away off the main downtown road. Entrance is off to the side and a non-obvious door. If... More
Stopped in here for a sandwich to take out Sunday afternoon. Like every place we went into in East Hampton, this was another one where everyone seemed to know each other. The servers often came over to greet people by name as they came in the door. The service was friendly and attentive, they brought me a glass of water... More
My wife and I went to the restaurant with my daughter and future son-in-law who live in East Hampton. We went on a Saturday evening and had about 20 minute wait. The bar was packed so we had nowhere to sit for a drink while waiting. Great atmosphere if you're into the social scene. The French Onion Soup and lobster... More
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