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The 1770 House Restaurant Review: The 1770 House (actually built in 1663) transports you to another era. One of the oldest homes in the village, the inn has been beautifully restored, decorated with antique furniture, traditional upholstery and historical objects. Take a seat in the dining room, under the exposed beams, or in the lovely garden. Wherever you are, you cannot go wrong with Kevin Penner’s American fusion menu. Scottish salmon tartare has Japanese influences, with togarashi puffed rice and sriracha, served with creamy avocado and cilantro. Mains like suckling pig confit, paired with arugula and white beans, or local Montauk fluke with black risotto and fennel confit lend Italian touches. Mains can be accompanied by seasonal vegetable “Sides from the Market.” The well-curated wine list features strong selections from the top vineyards of France, California and Italy. Chef Penner has one of the finest kitchens in the Hamptons, firing on all cylinders.