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Tres leches cake is served at The 1770 (Credit: Gordon M. Grant)

Tres leches cake is served at The 1770 House in East Hampton. (Sept. 7, 2013)

The 1770 House

What started as a home is now a landmark. The seamless service and the sensibility behind The 1770 House is what separates it from so many high-end Hamptonian restaurants. General manager Carol Covell expertly oversees a polished, attention-to-detail dining room, as well as alfresco tables circling the nearby fountain. Dishes are carefully selected and almost everything served here is sumptuous-- any meal here will be a winner.

The exterior of The 1770 House in East
(Credit: Gordon M. Grant)

The exterior of The 1770 House in East Hampton. (Sept. 7, 2013)

The exterior of The 1770 House in East
(Credit: Gordon M. Grant)

The exterior of The 1770 House in East Hampton.

Diners in the main dining room at The
(Credit: Gordon M. Grant)

Diners in the main dining room at The 1770 House in East Hampton.

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Chef Michael Rozzi of The 1770 House in
(Credit: Gordon M. Grant)

Chef Michael Rozzi of The 1770 House in East Hampton. (Sept. 7, 2013)

Diners in the outside garden at The 1770
(Credit: Gordon M. Grant)

Diners in the outside garden at The 1770 House in East Hampton. (Sept. 7, 2013)

The striped bass with lobster tarragon sauce is
(Credit: Gordon M. Grant)

The striped bass with lobster tarragon sauce is superb at The 1770 House in East Hampton. (Sept. 7, 2013)

The Montauk fluke tartare is perfect at The
(Credit: Gordon M. Grant)

The Montauk fluke tartare is perfect at The 1770 House in East Hampton. (Sept. 7, 2013)

Tres leches cake is served at The 1770
(Credit: Gordon M. Grant)

Tres leches cake is served at The 1770 House in East Hampton. (Sept. 7, 2013)

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