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Amagansett to Get Rowdy This Fall

Mon, 05/15/2023 - 17:33
Rowdy Hall, which has occupied the same space in East Hampton Village for many years, will move to Amagansett in the fall.
Carissa Katz

Although Rowdy Hall will remain open at its current location through Labor Day weekend, it will have a new home in Amagansett for the fall and beyond. Honest Man Hospitality -- which owns Rowdy Hall and several other restaurants including Nick and Toni's -- plans to close and leave that location at the end of the summer and move to the space most recently occupied by Main Street Tavern and Indian Wells Tavern in mid-September.

In a statement, the company said “We are, of course, sad to leave our location in East Hampton Village but excited to bring Rowdy to Amagansett. The new location has some exciting opportunities that will allow us to expand our offerings.” 

The pub plans to continue serving its menu favorites and a well-edited selection of craft beer, as well as wine and cocktails, after its move. The new space will provide more seating, a larger bar, and an outdoor space they plan to use as a beer garden.

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