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Taking over the space that previously housed Nichol’s and Winston’s, Service Station is a welcome addition to the East Hampton mix. It’s low-key, good for big groups, and you can get in without a reservation. The menu is unnecessarily massive and reads a bit like a Hamptons version of Chili’s, but there are some highlights - namely the buttermilk fried chicken sandwich. Definitely don’t expect a high-end culinary experience, but Service Station will get the job done in a pinch. They do, however, need to get rid of the automatic throwback gas station “ding” that goes on every time a car or human enters the parking lot. It’s cute for a second, and then turns insanely annoying when you’re dining outside.