Overlooking Three Mile Harbor, East Hampton Point restaurant couples a striking setting with exceptional contemporary American cuisine. The nautically themed interior features a full-size mahogany sloop with a mast that reaches the ceiling cupola, a gentle reminder of the sea just outside the restaurant's floor-to-ceiling windows. Chef Richard Pims brings the sea inside with fresh caught-seafood specialties and a popular raw bar, in addition to his seasonally inspired menu. The restaurant is open from April through Labor Day. East Hampton Point is a full service resort featuring thirteen deluxe cottages, seven luxury suites, full-service marina & shop with 58 slips, heated pool, tennis court, fitness room and children's playground. Year-round, guests can enjoy fine dining at one of East Hampton Point's sister properties, The 1770 House, Cittanuova or The Grill on Pantigo in the village of East Hampton.
"Last year East Hampton Point was a disappointment, but I have to say this year they are up and running better than ever before. The masterful chef, James Carpenter (most recently from the Maidstone), has brought an elegant, light-handed touch to the new menu. They may be a bit understaffed on the floor as of yet, but each time I have been there they were nonetheleass attentive and lovely. No attitude here. I can't wait for them to open for lunch because, really, what feels more like summer than sitting on the deck, looking out at Three Mile Harbor, enjoying a leisurely fabulous lunch with a glass of wine? It seems the Phoenix has risen from the ashes once again, only now it is a pretty restaurant on the water with GREAT food."
Dined on 6/14/2013
Special Features: fit for foodies, good for groups, vibrant bar scene, great for outdoor dining, great for brunch, romantic, scenic view, notable wine list, great for lunch, special occasion, kid-friendly
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