For 250 years, the 1770 House has welcomed guests with hospitality and comfort, a time-honored tradition that continues to attract guests from around the world to the intimate inn, just steps from the heart of East Hampton Village. The venerable home seamlessly integrates its historic elegance with the modern amenities of a luxury hotel, combined with first-class dining from Chef Michael Rozzi.
The 1770 House
143 Main Street
East Hampton, NY 11937
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Originally built as the home of William Fithian, the inn dates back to 1663. However, it was not until 1770 when the home was converted into an inn that it gained its name and began an enduring reuptation for warmth and welcome. In its many years, the inn has retained much of its original architecture and colonial charm. The steep wooden staircase, exposed ceiling beams and book-lined lounge with antique fireplace are a few of the elements that lend grace and style.
Under the same historic roof, 1770 House guests can enjoy the best of both worlds with Chef Michael Rozzi's refined contemporary American cooking upstairs and his more casual traditional pub fare in the downstairs tavern, each with a distinctive atomosphere and the same high standard of quality and service.
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An ever-changing, seasonally inspired menu features local ingredients whenever possible. Food and wine lovers put themselves in the chef's able hands with this six course tasting menu, paired with premium wines by the sommelier.
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Thourgh a book-lined lounge, kept warm in winter months by a comforting fireplace, arriving guests are ushered into the intimate 40-seat main dining room. Spaciously arranged with antique wooden tables and high-back cushioned wicker chairs atop colorful oriental rugs, the ambiance allows for attentive service, privacy and focus on Chef Rozzi's distinctive and carefully prepared cuisine.
A few steps down the steep staircase takes guests to a different culinary corner at the 1770 House Tavern. Tucked away from the hubbub of nearby East Hampton Village, the tavern is a refuge for hearty pub fare or a casual spot to enjoy 1770 House's fine dining.
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With just six guest rooms and a private carriage house, the skilled staff can personally cater to guests needs to make each stay relaxing and specially customized. Each room is equipped with flat screen televisions, plush frette bed linens and duvet covers, in-room safes, Internet access and snacks by Dean & DeLuca; some with fireplaces and private entrances.
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