Clubs in The Hamptons Closed

All of these clubs have closed.  The majority of the buildings are now other businesses, and a small few of them are empty lots.  Yet, yet, a small number of them are still bars and clubs – with different names.

Listed in here:  27 East, Billy’s Triple Crown, Charlie Brown, Club Neptunes, East Side Comedy, Ed’s Bay Pub, Great Scott,  Hotel James, Houlihan’s Pub, Hurrah, Krugerrand, LaPlage, LeMans, Marakesh, Oak Tree Inn, Route 27, Scarletts, Suspenders, The Bay Club, The Mad Hatter, The Place, The Westhampton Club, Wilson’s Garage.

Wilson’s Garage
West Hampton Club
The Place
The Place
The Mad Hatter
The Bay Club
The Bay Club
Suspenders
Suspenders
Scarletts
Scarletts
Route 27
Oak Tree Inn
Marakesh
Marakesh
Hamptons Hot Spots
LeMans
LeMans
LeMans
LaPlage
LaPlage
Krugerrand
Hurrah
Houlihan’s Pub
Hotel James
Hot Spots in the Hamptons
Hot Spots in the Hamptons
Hamptons Magazine People
Hamptons Magazine Cover
Great Scott
Great Scott
Ed’s Bay Pub
Ed’s Bay Pub
East Side Comedy
East Side Comedy
Neptune Beach Club
Neptune Beach Club
Neptune Beach Club
Neptune Beach Club
Neptune Beach Club
Neptune Beach Club
Neptune Beach Club
Charlie Brown
Billy’s Triple Crown
27 East
27 East

2 thoughts on “Clubs in The Hamptons Closed”

  1. Lori Sephton Good

    Wilson’s Garage was my first bar at 15yrs (friends snuck me in!) and the Fabulous Grease Band was the first band I ever saw. That started me on my way to any club that had local bands playing in the Hamptons! And if there was more than one, the go to was Suspenders, Boardy Barn, & CPI! Wouldn’t change the Hamptons in the 80s for anything! That definitely was the best of my time!

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