The Palm at the Huntting Inn stands at a truly picturesque location in the heart of East Hampton. Old elms and maple trees surround the pathway to its elegant entrance. First built in 1699 for Reverend Nathaniel Huntting and his family, the inn was purchased by the Palm Restaurant Group in 1980. They continue to own and run the inn and its celebrated chophouse.
The classic restaurant is famous for its sensational three and four-pound lobsters and excellent meat selection, which include New York strip, filet mignon, bone-in rib eye, Prime double cut New York strip, and double cut lamb chops. Standouts from its Italian selections include the chicken parmigiana and veal marsala. Among its sharable side dishes, the Half & Half (cottage fries and fried onions) and the three-cheese potatoes au gratin are very popular. For dessert, we recommend the flourless chocolate cake, classic vanilla crème brûlée, and the warm cinnamon sugar donut holes.
If you’re feeling like a cocktail, let’s not forget its famous martini!