Amagansett /ˌæməˈɡænsət/ is a census-designated place that roughly corresponds to the hamlet by the same name in the Town of East Hampton in Suffolk County, New York, on the South Shore of Long Island. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP population was 1,165. Amagansett hamlet was founded in 1680.
Things to do in Amagansett
4.5 based on 419 reviews
"This is where Summer begins." The Lobster Roll Restaurant, also known as "Lunch", is a nostalgic beach shack serving lunch and dinner to locals and guests from around the globe. Our critically acclaimed family restaurant serves beach-side favorites like lobster rolls, chowders, steamers, fresh seafood, chicken, burgers, sandwiches, steak and homemade pies. We also feature a full-bar, gluten-free menu, and an extensive children's menu. Our famous lobster salad is made with 100% pure cold water lobster meat, using the same recipe we created almost 50 years ago! Our lobster salad contains no imitation seafood products, no fillers, no preservatives, and no artificial flavorings. It's all about quality! We have indoor and outdoor seating amidst sand dunes, gardens of summer flowers, umbrellas, beach balls, picnic tables, and plenty of smiling faces! By popular demand, our entire menu is available for take-out. We can also cater to you!
Casual seafood restaurant known for its local fresh food. Lobster rolls are a standout. Be prepared for a wait at prime times. Indoor and outdoor seating. Closed off season.
4.5 based on 256 reviews
We’ve enjoyed 1770 House often and for years, and it’s always been really very good, but not this time. It was just average this visit.
The service was still very good, and the ambiance is still as good as ever. But the food itself was average. The fish was even a little strong, I.e. seemed less than really fresh.
Disappointing, but still OK.
4 based on 25 reviews
Jack's is a welcome oasis for a caffeine fix. Located in the village of Amagansett across from The Stephen Talkhouse, Jack's brews-up a host of coffees. Don't be put-off by the long line in Summer. The staff move the line quickly and the baristas can handle all the special requests. Lots of places to sit; indoors, benches out-front and in the rear as well as out on the Amagansett Square lawn.
Lots of snack options, too - baked goods, organic egg sandwiches, organic hard boiled eggs and oatmeal/granola. There are tons of organic snacks (pricy and painfully politically correct) and a good selection of juices and drinks including those from Montauk Juice Factory. Keen focus on local brands which is a nice touch.
Off-season, Jack's maintains its charm w a much more low-key less-frantic scene.
We do miss their Mean Green juice (suspect they are too hard to make in the Summer given the lines) and hope they make a return after Tumbleweed Tuesday.
4.5 based on 240 reviews
It was a busy Thursday night at Bostwick's Chowder House, but the wait for a table not too long. When I find Manhattan Clam Chowder on the menu, I can't resist! This Chowder didn't disappoint. A tasty fish sandwich and the Chowder made a perfect meal.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
We had to check it out based on the other reviews--- and it was as reviewed! We got a couple of the new interpretations, rather than one of the traditional combinations so can't speak to authenticity, but I can't think that anything here would disappoint. Service with a smile and very helpful with the multitude of choices. When the dosa came out and took up all of a tray-- diagonally---I thought we had over-ordered. But it was amazing, just the right amount of filling and light enough that we left feeling satisfied but not stuffed. I would go out of my way to come back here...!
4 based on 246 reviews
Everything was more than good and professional. Never disappoints and keeps us eager to return. One of our favorite restaurants in the Hamptons
4 based on 176 reviews
Enjoying great food and music.....so happy we stopped. Fantastic way to end the day.
Spicy crab chowder and the England clam chowder are perfect. Fish'wich delicious and you can't go wrong w anything else on the menu. Bring cash, no cards but there is an ATM. Everyone is friendly and efficient!!!
4 based on 271 reviews
We're celebrating our 29th year in the Hamptons Expect a casually elegant ambiance with nods to the signature items in the space such as the mosaic tiled woodburning oven. We look forward to seeing you.
Overpriced and mediocre food. A place to wait and watch for celebrity's while overspending on bad food.
4 based on 74 reviews
An outstanding tribute to the greasy spoon in the leafy, beach community of Amagansett. Salads, quesadillas, wings and nachos populate the old plastic clad menus...bonikers sit at the bar while young NYC fashionistas chatter at the tables ...in all average with east end prices...but there isn't much more for lunch so far out on LI.
4 based on 222 reviews
A few doors away from the East Hampton Cinema down a walkway between 2 buildings is an unobtrusive restaurant named Rowdy Hall with an interesting menu integrating several French Bistro and English Pub type selections.
The Dining Room is rustic and intimate with substantial wooden tables and chairs and in winter a fireplace blazing on colder evenings and in summer a patio in the courtyard outside for warm weather dining.
Select French Onion Soup, Escargot or Moules Frites or try the Fish and Chips, Meatloaf, or the Rowdy Burger all of which provide delightful and satisfying eating.
Its an oasis for beer aficionados with by my count the following numbers of different beers: 7 on tap, 20 bottles, and several cans available.
Every one is friendly, service is acceptable and prices reasonable.
For a down to earth Hamptons experience give Rowdy Hall a try and I'm certain
you will return.
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