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Rowdy Hall in East Hampton: Oktoberfestivities
Rowdy Hall, the East Hampton combo of bistro and pub, turns German gasthaus for Oktoberfest.
There will be $24 German-fare dinners through Oct. 7. On Thursday, the main course will be wursts with sauerkraut, the dessert, German chocolate cake. On Oct. 1, the main dish will be smoked pork chop with red cabbage, and on Oct. 4, sauerbraten.
You can toast with a commemorative beer mug for $7, with $4 refills, too. A tasting flight of beers is $9.
Rowdy Hall, 10 Main St., East Hampton; 631-324-8555.