Food & Beverage

FIFA World Cup

The 21st FIFA World Cup will kick off on Thursday, June 14, with 32 teams throughout the world battling for the title of world’s best soccer team. The tournament will kick off with host team Russia taking on Saudi Arabia. Several Hamptons restaurants are embracing the World Cup fever this year and will host soccer viewing.

Rowdy Hall, which has been a viewing spot for soccer fans for the past several World Cups, takes the party outside with a big screen TV in the courtyard for optimal viewing for large crowds. Grab a beer at the Rowdy bar and head outside to watch the action. Rowdy will show the 11 AM and 2 PM games and the 10 AM games starting with the round of top 16.

If you love BBQ, head to Townline BBQ and catch the games on the six large screen HD TVs throughout the restaurant while enjoying some chicken and ribs. Townline will show all of the 11 AM and 2 PM games as well as the 10 AM games starting with the round of top 16. Look for a Stoli Moscow Mule special during the 11 AM and 2 PM games.

Out in Montauk, check out the games with a water view at Navy Beach. The bar at Navy Beach will open early for 10 AM and 11 AM games and feature drink specials on mimosas and Bloody Marys.

Why watch the games on one TV when you watch them on eight? The Springs Tavern will be showing the games on multiple TVs throughout the restaurant. Prizes will be given away while the games play on and $5 Heineken and Heineken Light bottles will be served.

Over at Indian Wells Tavern in Amagansett, grab a seat at the bar and catch the action on the five flat screen TVs and order off the bar menu for snacks and cocktails.

East Hampton Evening Farmers Market

The East Hampton Evening Farmer’s Market will be held every Thursday through August 30 at Calvary Baptist Church in East Hampton from 5 to 8:30 PM. Artisans, makers, farmers, crafters, food producers, and food trucks come together with live music.

Uber Eats

Uber Eats has expanded into parts of the Hamptons, offering food delivery with full menus from restaurants including Rumba, CowFish, Southampton Publick House, Union Cantina, and many more.

Uber Eats is Uber’s stand-alone meal delivery app designed to make getting the food you want as easy as requesting a ride — whether you’re at home, at the office, or at the beach. From specialty local favorites to everyday national brands, Uber Eats offers a wide-selection of food options to hungry customers who can track their order, get an upfront delivery time, and use the same account they use to take rides.

“We are delighted to be expanding Uber Eats out East this summer. We’ve heard from Uber’s riders and eaters that they value our reliable, affordable, and speedy food delivery no matter where they are,” said Jon Feldman, general manager, Uber Eats New York. “That’s why we’re doing our best to make Uber Eats accessible in as many locations as possible — and this summer, that includes many beaches and towns across Long Island.”

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