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Bobby Van was a Long Island piano player and actor who loved to perform and entertain friends at his home in the Hamptons area. The opening of his Bridgehampton restaurant in 1969 attracted musicians, poets, writers, and countless TV, stage and film celebrities. The Hamptons location has long been favored by Manhattanites, among them the rich and famous who have second homes in the tony resort area. Becoming so popular by the 1970's, Bobby Van decided to move the restaurant across the street in order to accommodate more guests. He continued playing his piano and entertaining guests at the Bridgehampton restaurant for over twenty years until he decided to retire in 1992. Around that time, four long time friends and seasoned restaurateurs from Manhattan; (Rick Passarelli, Joseph Smith, Joe Phair, and Joe Hickey) saw a great opportunity to locate a steakhouse in the heart of the Hamptons. Bobby Van’s Steakhouse was born, with each owner bringing over 25 years of steakhouse restaurant expertise. After great success in the Hamptons and years of inquiries as to when Bobby Van's would come to New York City, a personal invitation by Leona Helmsley in 1996 swayed owners to open a second location in her Park Avenue & 46th Street building. Since opening, the Manhattan steakhouse has received national accolades, including being proclaimed "My favorite in Manhattan" in 1999 by a reviewer for Gourmet magazine. In turn, as increasing numbers of Bobby Van's New York Clientèle increased their business trips to Washington, there were growing requests for the owners to open a restaurant in the nation's capital. Viewing Washington as an upcoming world-class restaurant city, the owners made the decision, opening just two blocks from the White House in March 2000. Another New York City location soon followed and since then we have grown to multiple locations with more on the horizon. All Bobby Van's locations are run under the watchful eye of on-site owners and general managers, who offer a steadfast commitment to remain true to their original vision. Providing personalized service and consistently high quality steaks and seafood that have earned them a growing national reputation.

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About Bobby Van's Steakhouse

Bobby Van was a Long Island piano player and actor who loved to perform and entertain friends at his home in the Hamptons area. The opening of his Bridgehampton restaurant in 1969 attracted musicians, poets, writers, and countless TV, stage and film celebrities. The Hamptons location has long been favored by Manhattanites, among them the rich and famous who have second homes in the tony resort area. Becoming so popular by the 1970's, Bobby Van decided to move the restaurant across the street in order to accommodate more guests. He continued playing his piano and entertaining guests at the Bridgehampton restaurant for over twenty years until he decided to retire in 1992.

Around that time, four long time friends and seasoned restaurateurs from Manhattan; (Rick Passarelli, Joseph Smith, Joe Phair, and Joe Hickey) saw a great opportunity to locate a steakhouse in the heart of the Hamptons. Bobby Van’s Steakhouse was born, with each owner bringing over 25 years of steakhouse restaurant expertise.

After great success in the Hamptons and years of inquiries as to when Bobby Van's would come to New York City, a personal invitation by Leona Helmsley in 1996 swayed owners to open a second location in her Park Avenue & 46th Street building. Since opening, the Manhattan steakhouse has received national accolades, including being proclaimed "My favorite in Manhattan" in 1999 by a reviewer for Gourmet magazine.

In turn, as increasing numbers of Bobby Van's New York Clientèle increased their business trips to Washington, there were growing requests for the owners to open a restaurant in the nation's capital. Viewing Washington as an upcoming world-class restaurant city, the owners made the decision, opening just two blocks from the White House in March 2000. Another New York City location soon followed and since then we have grown to multiple locations with more on the horizon.

All Bobby Van's locations are run under the watchful eye of on-site owners and general managers, who offer a steadfast commitment to remain true to their original vision. Providing personalized service and consistently high quality steaks and seafood that have earned them a growing national reputation.