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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. Two different dining experiences await; choose the main dining room or patio for sophisticated fine dining. Casual pub fare is more to the tune of the downstairs tavern, where you’ll find only a handful of choices, such as burgers, meatloaf and pizzas. Whichever you choose, chef Michael Rozzi will offer his approach to American cuisine. Dishes may include hand-cut salmon tartare with a Japanese touch of tobiko and wontons or seared local foie gras. Mains, meanwhile, range from Montauk sea scallops with cured duck, Brussels sprouts and pumpkin to roasted chicken with sweet potatoes and spinach. Don’t miss the cherry upside-down cake, made from a recipe developed by Stella Pollock. Be sure to sample the local cheese platter, too.