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About East Hampton Point
East Hampton Point Restaurant offers striking panoramic views of Three Mile Harbor and exceptional cuisine from acclaimed Chef Thomas Rougey. The nautical-themed interior features a full-size mahogany sloop named The Jade, with her own history prominent in our lounge. The restaurant features floor-to-ceiling windows that when opened impart an al fresco dining experience from the comfort of our elegant dining room. Chef Thomas Rougey brings the sea inside with fresh-caught seafood specialties in addition to his seasonal menu inspired by his youth spent in Nice. The restaurant is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day with lunch and dinner served daily and a special Sunday buffet brunch. East Hampton Point offers happy hour from 5:30-7:30 Monday through Friday with $1 Oysters and Clams and daily drink specials. Sunday evenings are reserved for Reggae Night with live Reggae until 9pm with additional food and drink specials. East Hampton Point is also a full service event space.
East Hampton, NY 11937
Contemporary American, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Until June 18th our hours are: Thursday: 5pm-9pm Friday: 5pm-10pm Saturday: 12pm-11pm Sunday: 12pm-9pm From June 26th - Labor Day, Sept. 4th Mon-Thur: 5pm-10pm Fri-Sat: 12pm-11pm Sunday: 12pm-9pm After Labor Day: Lunch: Monday-Saturday 11:30am-3:00pm Dinner: Monday-Saturday 5:30pm -10:00pm, Sunday 5:30pm-10pm; Buffet Brunch: Sunday: 11:30am - 3:00pm
$31 to $50
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Live Music, call for details.
Overlooking beautiful Three Mile Harbor, East Hampton Point is an unparalleled setting for special events, meetings, and occasions of all kinds. From a spectacular backdrop for your wedding vows to a secluded retreat for business executives, East Hampton Point will work closely with you to customize the perfect event. All areas are graced with stunning water views and ample natural light. Ground Floor-200 seat main ding room; 125 seat adjoining blue stone terrace; spacious bar featuring full size mahogany sloop.
Upstairs- 75 seat private dining room with a floor-to-ceiling glass door.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wine
East Hampton Point Ratings and Reviews
IN SPITE OF THE FACT THAT I MADE A RESERVATION WITH OPEN TABLE THE RESTAURANT WAS SHUT DOWN TIGHT
I TRAVELLED A GREAT DISTANCE TO ATTEND THIS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED SPOT - APPEARS THEY HAVE BEEN CLOSED SINCE LABOR DAY
HOW WAS I TO KNOW???? THIS WAS BEYOND EMBARRASSING AS IT WAS FOR A SPECIAL OCCASION
The food was mediocre at best and very expensive. I had what was to be a "lobster bake" with 1- 1/2 lb lobster, clams, mussels, corn and potatoes. I expected a whole lobster but the meat was of of the shell and the body discarded, 4 mussels, 4 clams, 2 halves of a small potato and corn in the shell. 2 thumbs down!!!
Great Ambience and views of the marina. Conveniently located from where we stayed. But the food was way Over priced for even hamptons standards. The waiter hyped up the Surf and Turf too much that made us want to try it. It was a double meat dish with over cooked chewy short ribs and the lobster. We also called for Margaritas that weren't made very well so we had to send it back and have it remade. Good date spot though. Must try the chicken on the menu and crispy fried shrimp.
A total rip off with not properly cooked food. Had the surf and turf and the steak was all fat and the lobster was over cooked and inedible. And, our waiter did not give us a heads up of the 100 dollar price for the terrible surf and turf. The view is gorgeous and the fried shrimp were very good. We would NOT recommend unless coming for a beer and the view.
Honestly, I wasn't crazy about it. The atmosphere was very stuffy and snooty (not all restaurants in East Hampton are like that). The portions were small, the dishes were overpriced, and the staff did not seem bothered by the fact that a small child kept screaming until the guests complained.
Yeah, I won't be back.
I was shocked to show up at the restaurant at 7pm and find no one else there. Don't know what that means. Around 7:15 a party of about 12 arrived and that was it until we left at 8:30. The food was really delicious and the service, as one wold expect with no one there, was excellent.
After a bad experience there two years ago with inedible entries (the whole table had to send dishes like pork back to the kitchen to be cooked!), I wrote this place off but reserved the hope that maybe it was a bad night, bad manager, etc.
So, because it has a lovely setting with a sunset view over a marina, we decided to give it a try again.
Big Mistake. The menu, the service, even the clientele has changed remarkably such that it is barely recognizable as the place it once was several years ago. It now reminds me of the old B. Smith's in Sag Harbor (RIP) which for the last several years of its slow death offered nothing but a great setting with a terribly overpriced menu of glorified pub chow with fries.
Probably fine for families with kids, but this is no longer a spot I would take any of my adult friends to for a weekend evening meal. Never again.
Don't order the octopus or the tuna poke, both are disappointing. The fried shrimp were decent. The food is outrageously expensive. For example: If you want bread it's $8 extra. A plain ice tea cost $6. Two crab cakes cost $45. The view is spectacular, too bad the food isn't. The wait staff is very friendly but we were forgotten about at the end of the night by our waiter and the bus person gave us dessert menus. A different waiter gave us our check and someone else brought out a tiny square of "key lime pie" on a graham cracker crust ($12). Our bill including tip was $196 for two people which included one martini $18, octopus appetizer $20, tuna poke appetizer $25 the above mentioned crab cakes, fried shrimp & ice tea (we did not get bread). What a terrible experience, I'm never going back.
The view is spectacular. Sunset is the best time of all, but you can't go wrong any time with the views of the marina and the bay. Service is good, not great, but more than acceptable for the casual environment. The lobster BLT was creative and tasty. The ahi tuna fish tacos were perfectly prepared. Food is somewhat overpriced, even for the Hamptons, probably attributable to "marine" pricing. You definitely want to sit on the covered deck.
Overpriced dinner. The food was good, but on the smaller side. I'm comfortable for paying high prices for food that is amazing, not just 'good', on top of the skimpy portions. My husband got the $42 swordfish which was undercooked. Not worth it.
The view partially made up for it.
i live in across the 3 mile harbor . so am not a tourist . with that said . listen up . the ideas behind the plates are good . the problems are many . one is that your food should be warm or hot . apps which was the octopus came out room temperature . an it was grilled . so it was hard to understand why . the portions for fish dishes are VERY small . even for east Hampton . again for the entrees room temperature . we ordered two glasses of wine . again on the very small size . about 4 oz . should always be 6 oz or more . for the price there charging for wine . the prices are not in line with the food . they cant charge prices 42.00 dollars for a 5 oz swordfish . also noted is it seem everything was not made to order but made to reheat the plate when ordered . plates were hot food was not . we had a whole meal in 35 minutes . you are better off if you were to go out an pay those prices to go - pierres , wolffee kitchen , scarpettas , fresno , 1770 house , or bay kitchen as example ..
We had a lovely waiter and the meal was ok not great. Oysters came out fast but were not of the best quality. Too creamy. The meze platter was good. Drinks were also tasty and bottle of white Sauv Blanc from Calif was really delicious. The bartender was surly however the rest of the staff was very nice and efficient.
I had the tuna poke bowl and tuna was very well season but chef made rice into fritters which were gluey. Better off sticking to normal rice. My friend had the other tuna dish and felt it was too blackened and peppery. The octopus was good but my friend who is also a chef felt the addition of sausage didn't work. My hubby's pasta was quite good. Would be smarter to simplify the offerings according to the talent in the kitchen and not rely just on the gorgeous seaside location.
The location is beautiful - nothing like sitting on the deck at sunset!
The food was really mediocre (the tuna was dry, my salmon was ok but cold) the bread was pita and not real bread, and while the servers were very helpful and friendly, they rprobably get a lot of abuse because the food is not great. We really wanted to love it because the setting is beautiful.
PLEASE GET A BETTER CHEF!! thank you
Also the ladies bathroom door doesn't have a lock and it is not wonderful!
Food here is delicious but the service and value are lacking. Our most recent visit was on a Sunday night to see the sunset and listen to reggae. But the more casual and reasonably priced outdoor menu is long gone. For the sky high prices they charge, the service here is not up to snuff, and they have the nerve to charge $8 for a tiny plate of pita which we ordered because they do not serve bread and my kids were starving because the service was slow. Although the band was good, it was too loud to sit outside, another disappointment. Unfortunately, this place is way past its prime, and given it is only open for the season, they never seem to have their act together.
It is one of the most beautiful settings in the Hamptons; however the restaurant was only 25% full on a Wednesday night in the summer. Why??
Our server, Eryn was great and very attentive and knowledgeable about the menu.
For our anniversary, they gave us a grilled pineapple tart with ice cream which was delicious.
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