Pub Review: The Old Stove in Hamptons

A pub is not only an oasis of peace and quiet, but it also offers the latest in music, cuisine, and libations. If you have ever had the pleasure of visiting one, you’ve probably noticed the aforementioned perks. For instance, if you’re in the Hamptons, you can’t miss The Old Stove. This place has a great looking interior, and even better music.

In fact, it’s been called the oldest bar in the city. The good news is, it’s reopened after a pandemic. You can count on a smattering of locals in their twenties and thirties dancing till the wee hours of the morning.

Aside from its impressive beer list, you’ll find all the other requisites on hand. But the true test of a good pub is its ambience, and the aforementioned occupants hardly disappoint. One of the best parts is the outdoor seating, which provides a nice respite from the summer sun. Another perk is the free WiFi.

As for the quality of food, the steaks here are among the best in town. However, if you’re after something more upscale, you’ll need to venture out to Southampton. That’s a bit of a drive, but it’s well worth the trek.

With so many options to choose from, it can be hard to narrow down your choices. That’s why you should make it a point to try out as many as possible. You’ll soon see why this establishment has become a fixture on the Hamptons scene.