In the heart of Amagansett, the iconic Hamptons pub and bistro, Rowdy Hall, has found its new home at 177 Main Street, marking a fresh chapter after 26 years on Main Street in East Hampton. Under the ownership of the Honest Man Hospitality team, the same group behind beloved establishments like Nick & Toni’s, Coche Comedor, La Fondita, and Townline BBQ, Rowdy Hall continues its legacy as a year-round haven for both locals and visitors.
Owner Mark Smith expresses his excitement: “We are thrilled to open our doors in Amagansett, extending a warm welcome to the community that has supported us for the past 26 years. Join us for a delightful dinner or a relaxing pint at the bar.”
The new menu at Rowdy Hall preserves the signature dishes that have been favorites for over two decades. From the cherished Rowdy burger to the classic French onion soup, roquefort-walnut salad, and the ever-popular fish & chips, patrons can savor the essence of Rowdy’s history. The fall menu introduces exciting additions like Roasted Cod Fish brandade, Duck & Smoked Pork Cassoulet, Cider Brined Berkshire Pork Chop, and Moroccan Cauliflower. A dedicated “Boards” section lets guests customize their snacking experience with an array of charcuterie items, complemented by traditional accompaniments.
The daily specials showcase culinary expertise with options like Prime Rib on Sundays, Ed’s Meatloaf on Mondays, Butternut Squash Lasagna on Tuesdays, Seafood Stew on Wednesdays, and Fried Chicken on Thursdays. A diverse raw bar offers seasonal delights such as oysters, littleneck clams, and shrimp cocktail. Dessert enthusiasts will find solace in familiar favorites like bread pudding, chocolate mousse, and OG chocolate fudge cake, along with new additions like warm Halsey Farm apple strudel and profiteroles.
True to its reputation for a robust beer program, Rowdy’s taps feature a carefully curated selection of local, regional, and imported favorites, including Brooklyn Brewery, Schlafly Beer, Springs Brewery, Captain Lawrence, Radiant Pig, and the timeless Guinness stout. Wine enthusiasts can indulge in a varied selection spanning red, white, rose, and bubbles, with an option for a tasting flight of three pours. The cocktail menu boasts both familiar favorites and exciting newcomers, featuring concoctions like the Ranch Water, Cuba Libre, Upleveled G&T, Root of All Evil, and Martinez.
Rowdy Hall welcomes guests seven days a week, with operating hours from Monday to Thursday, 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from noon to 10 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 9 p.m.