Much to the dismay of both Hamptonites and locals, Moby’s did not come back to the East End for summer 2017. It was previously located at the Spring Close House at 341 Pantigo Road in East Hampton, but that venue decided to instead host the Eleven Madison Park pop-up.
But after a one-year hiatus, the iconic restaurant is returning to the Hamptons. This time around, it’ll be at East Hampton Point. The 295 Three Mile Harbor Road location is about a five-minute drive north of the village.
East Hampton Point is on the sales market for $27 million under Brown Harris Stevens listing agent Tony Cerio, who told Curbed that the location is “hands down the most beautiful waterfront setting in the Hamptons,” and described it as a “sure winner for the Moby brand.”
The price that Moby’s is paying to rent out the space wasn’t revealed, but Cerio did say that “it ain’t cheap.”
Cerio also mentioned that there are several buyers considering forking over a pretty penny to purchase East Hampton Point. When we asked if the owners of Moby’s were looking to rent out the space for following summers (or even purchasing the location), he confirmed that they were content with the venue and would be interested in sticking with the location in the future.
East Hampton Point is situated on five acres of land and is host to 13 separate cottages, seven suites, a full-service marina, a heated swimming pool, and a tennis court.
- East Hampton Point Resort [Brown Harris Stevens]
- RIP Moby’s: The East Hampton Staple Will Not Return This Summer [Guest of a Guest]