Rowdy Hall in the village of East Hampton had established a stellar reputation of English Pub/French cuisine. Opened in July of 1996, the Arts and Crafts inspired dining room, with a beautiful copper topped bar and soothing fireplace in an East End favorite. Tucked away in the Parrish Mews on Main Street, Rowdy Hall takes it's name from the turn of the century boarding house frequented by artists who visited east Hampton. According to local lore, when church-going locals would pass the place still full of reveling guests on Sunday mornings, they declared the establishment to be a "Rowdy Hall". With classic pub fare and the Eastern End's premiere beer selection, Rowdy Hall is the perfect place for a quick bite or a leisurely dinner. From the ever popular French Onion Soup and Rowdy Burger to the traditional English Fish and Chips, the simply prepared, seasonal menu at Rowdy Hall has something to offer everyone.