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It's been a long time, Mets fans. Fifteen years since the team was last in the series and a generation since the Mets' last Series win in 1986. But with great excitement comes great prices. With the average ticket at Citi Field now almost $1700, we say stay in the Hamptons and enjoy the game from a seat in a cozy local eatery instead.

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Blue Collar Bar

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Fun local bar with plenty of TVs, a pool table, darts, and lots of beer.

The Driver's Seat

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A great local spot to catch a burger or try a specialty sandwich while watching a ballgame.

Southampton Publick House

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The Publick House is a great place to catch a game, with nine large screens in the taproom.

75 Main

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The large bar gives a great view of the game from many flatscreen TVs.

Fellinghams

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So ignore all the Yankees memorabilia, Mets fans: this is a classic sports bar with juicy burgers.

The North Sea Tavern

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Now known as North Sea Tavern & Raw'r Bar, there is plenty of fresh seafood but also delicious steaks, and plenty of TVs for your viewing pleasure.

Mercado

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Boasts “the widest selection of Tequila and draft beer you will find anywhere in the Hamptons.” That works for us! Drown your sorrows or celebrate a win with with 75 tequilas and 20 draft beers.

Townline BBQ

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What's better than a fall evening with some brisket, beer and baseball? Nothing.

The Corner Bar

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Great food: wonderful burgers (even vegetarian), chili, wings, and sandwiches. Several TVs at the bar.

Rowdy Hall

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Try the signature French onion soup, and if you're feeling flush, there are a few spots open in the Mug Club.

Harbor Grill

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With a new bar installed, try a pumpkin martini: follow it up with some meatloaf.

Indian Wells Tavern

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The game can be viewed on three large flatscreens. Try a blood orange margarita and then catch of the day.

Wolfies

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Unpretentious local place with cozy booths and good prices.

The Point Bar & Grill

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16 TVs and "old school drinking" along with local seafood, burgers and wings make the Point a fun hangout.

Liar's Saloon

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This local bar is right on the water. Unpretentious drinking spot for those who want cold beer in a honky tonk kind of joint.

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Blue Collar Bar

Fun local bar with plenty of TVs, a pool table, darts, and lots of beer.

The Driver's Seat

A great local spot to catch a burger or try a specialty sandwich while watching a ballgame.

Southampton Publick House

The Publick House is a great place to catch a game, with nine large screens in the taproom.

75 Main

The large bar gives a great view of the game from many flatscreen TVs.

Fellinghams

So ignore all the Yankees memorabilia, Mets fans: this is a classic sports bar with juicy burgers.

The North Sea Tavern

Now known as North Sea Tavern & Raw'r Bar, there is plenty of fresh seafood but also delicious steaks, and plenty of TVs for your viewing pleasure.

Mercado

Boasts “the widest selection of Tequila and draft beer you will find anywhere in the Hamptons.” That works for us! Drown your sorrows or celebrate a win with with 75 tequilas and 20 draft beers.

Townline BBQ

What's better than a fall evening with some brisket, beer and baseball? Nothing.

The Corner Bar

Great food: wonderful burgers (even vegetarian), chili, wings, and sandwiches. Several TVs at the bar.

Rowdy Hall

Try the signature French onion soup, and if you're feeling flush, there are a few spots open in the Mug Club.

Harbor Grill

With a new bar installed, try a pumpkin martini: follow it up with some meatloaf.

Indian Wells Tavern

The game can be viewed on three large flatscreens. Try a blood orange margarita and then catch of the day.

Wolfies

Unpretentious local place with cozy booths and good prices.

The Point Bar & Grill

16 TVs and "old school drinking" along with local seafood, burgers and wings make the Point a fun hangout.

Liar's Saloon

This local bar is right on the water. Unpretentious drinking spot for those who want cold beer in a honky tonk kind of joint.