Bobby Van’s, founded in 1969, was originally renowned as the gathering place for such literary giants as James Jones and John Knowles. It is even rumored that Truman Capote finished his novel In Cold Blood in the original Bobby Van’s. This legacy can be seen today in the art and photographs decorating the dining room. Bobby Van’s Restaurant is light and airy, with both indoor and outdoor dining options, while maintaining a quintessential steakhouse elements, such as a rich wood bar area that is well-stocked by the best in bartender expertise. This establishment is frequented for both its food and drink. The Bridgehampton location is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner for the laid back dining experience that has delighted since the days when Bobby Van himself serenaded guests.