In 1981 a disheveled crew of surfers, scoundrels and a lone cook turned a corner of an East Hampton parking lot into a meeting place for artists, anglers, bonackers, bankers, weekenders, and wayfarers that would one day become The Blue Parrot East Hampton.
The East Hampton eatery that once described by Forbes Magazine as "The East End Elaine's" made a much anticipated return in the summer of 2009. Having closed shop in 2006, The Blue Parrot returns to a town eager for its go-to "quirky, laid-back tex-mex dive bar and restaurant." As the town's favorite dive bar, meeting place and local joint, The Blue Parrot offers a refreshing, casual and pretense-free alternative to New York and East End dining and nightlife.
The Blue Parrot offers guests a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere with the choice to drink and dine alongside the bar, within the restaurant, or atop the outdoor patio garden!