Super Bowl Sunday is quickly approaching. If you’re heading to The Hamptons this weekend, check out Haute Living’s picks for the best places to watch the Giants take on the Patriots.
Opened in 1981, Fellingham’s is an old school sports bar and restaurant, complete with memorabilia plastering the walls. Juicy burgers and perfectly cooked steaks are menu favorites, always complemented by a mug of beer. In 2010, Esquire named Fellingham’s one of the best bars in America. The locals definitely agree.
2 Finn McCool's
One of the favorite Irish pubs in The Hamptons, Finn McCool’s boats specials like the meatball Parmesan sliders and Cajun sea scallops. They offer an extensive martini menu, including the Irish Coffee martini, topped with a dollop of whipped cream and brown sugar. If the specials and martinis aren’t enough to tempt you for the Super Bowl, perhaps the TV’s and surround sound will.
3 Kerrigan's Pub
Formerly Magic’s Pub, Kerrigan’s opened last summer as an updated version of a Hamptons favorite. The simple menu features burgers and beers, perfect for Super Bowl Sunday. The front room of the restaurant allows for people-watching on Main St., but the back of Kerrigan’s boasts five flat-screen TV’s to watch the game on.
4 Gator's Restaurant
Gator’s has been a Hamptons staple for 25 years. Known for its Black Angus steaks and famous Buffalo chicken wings, the restaurant has a menu sure to please any Super Bowl fan. Using the freshest ingredients and serving large portions has kept Gator’s around for so long. As a Hampton’s mainstay, Gator’s makes a great choice for the big game.
5 Buckley's Irish Pub
If you’re searching for a local favorite, Buckley’s Irish Pub makes the perfect pick. This family—and budget—friendly pub boasts no-nonsense burgers and lots of great beer. With happy hour deals and special events, Buckley’s Irish Pub is sure to be a good time on Super Bowl Sunday.