From Sunday to Thursday through April 19, except holidays, complementing nightly menus in the dining room and Tavern, a $35 three-course prix fixe includes Rozzi’s popular a la carte dishes as well as $9 wine and $5 beer selections. At the core of Rozzi’s menus is local bounty with New American cuisine that changes with the season. Among winter appetizers ($16 - $25) are Rozzi’s signature and spicy Montauk fluke tartare; local cauliflower soup with house-cured bacon and Sigit cheese; seared Hudson Valley foie gras; and salads such as golden beet with endive and charred broccolini with Wagyu beef. Among a full selection of entrées ($25 - $45) Scottish salmon with roasted cauliflower; braised veal cheeks with hon-shimeji mushrooms; marinated pork tenderloin with dried exotic fruits and a sage and walnut pesto; and American lamb loin with Taggiasca olives, saffron risotto and spinach. On the dessert menu ($10 - $14) are Rozzi’s signature French butter pear and cranberry cobbler with pistachio gelato; plus The 1770 House signature sticky date cake with vanilla gelato and toffee sauce, and, ricotta cheesecake with graham cracker crust, blueberry compote and Bourbon caramel. The premier year-round destination for authentic Hamptons fine dining and luxury accommodations, named an Open Table Top 100 USA Restaurants, resides in an 18th century colonial home on Main Street in East Hampton Village on stately Main Street in East Hampton’s historic district. Under one roof, a dual dining concept reflects both sides of the lively Hamptons restaurant scene with local bounty, noteworthy wines, five-star service and celebrity sightings. Executive Chef Michael Rozzi presents a sophisticated fine dining menu of New American cuisine in the candlelit dining room and on the starlit garden patio; and pub-style fare in the inn’s casual downstairs Tavern. The 250-bottle wine list, overseen by Wine Director Michael Cohen, is a year-on-year Wine Spectator Award of Excellence recipient since 2007. The boutique bed and breakfast with six guestrooms plus two-level carriage house is designed with good old-fashioned comforts and modern conveniences. Evident in the landmark’s architectural restoration is the superior skilled craftsmanship of its owner, Hamptons luxury homebuilder Ben Krupinski.