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Film Festival Dining Spots

There are many great restaurant options to check out during the Hamptons International Film Festival!


Credit: Fresno

A quick walk from East Hampton Town and steps from the East Hampton Train Station, Fresno Restaurant is one of East Hampton's best kept secrets! Dine al fresco on their gorgeous and spacious patio and be sure to ask your server about their nightly specials.

The Beacon

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Couldn't snag a spot at the Hamptons hot spot over the summer? Now is your chance and reservations are currently being accepted for Columbus Day weekend! The restaurant is currently serving a two-course prix fixe menu for $75 and the views are spectacular!

The Bell & Anchor

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The sunset is stunning year round at The Bell & Anchor and they're now offering outdoor dining! Customer favorites include the guava baby back ribs, "old school" lobster garganelli and vegans can enjoy their take on the vegan no-pasta lasagna.

Bostwick's Chowder House

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Forget to make reservations? Bostwick's Chowder House is a first come first serve restaurant, their restaurant is one of the most popular seafood spots in the Hamptons. The menu offers an array of fresh local seafood specialties and if you're traveling with kids, they offer a guppy menu AND soft serve ice cream.

Nick and Toni's

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A short trip from East Hampton Village, Nick & Toni's is one of the most iconic restaurants in the Hamptons. Rooted in farm to table Mediterranean cuisine, the philosophy of the restaurant is to source everything possible locally. From the wood burning oven in the dining room to the 1-acre garden behind the restaurant, the menu revolves around seasonal produce prepared simply with emphasis on the natural flavors.

Lulu Kitchen & Bar

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Lulu Kitchen & Bar in Sag Harbor is a year-round convivial bistro featuring wood burning cuisine. The 1,800 square foot space offers casual dining in the front with a view of the bustling main street through its French doors. The kitchen is under the direction of Philippe Corbet, a French-trained chef with several years of experience in Michelin-star rated restaurants as well as top tables throughout Long Island. The menu at Lulu Kitchen is centered around a wood burning grill and oven and local products. Lulu Kitchen & Bar is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner.

Rowdy Hall

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Perfectly convenient to the East Hampton movie theater ( a short walk), Rowdy Hall is the perfect go to spot between, before and after movies. The neighborhood restaurant offers an English pub French bistro style menu at reasonable prices. From the delectable French onion soup and the fresh local ingredient salads to the famous Rowdy Burger and delicious meatloaf, there's something for everyone. Indoor and outdoor dining available. Open for lunch on weekends and dinner Thursday-Monday.

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