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News for Foodies: 10.24.19

Tue, 10/22/2019 - 11:37

Lulu’s Fall Specials

Lulu Kitchen and Bar in Sag Harbor has several dinner and drink specials. On Mondays, chicken Milanese is $34, on Tuesdays an all-you-can-eat order of mussels is $29, bottles of wine are 25 percent off on Wednesdays, paella that serves two people is $85 on Thursdays, a 16-ounce veal chop is $52 on Fridays, a grilled whole snapper for two is $96 on Saturdays, and a clambake for two is $96 on Sundays. The restaurant is also offering a three-course prix fixe dinner for $28.95 on Sundays through Thursdays. At the bar, there are daily food and drink specials from 5 to 6:30 p.m., and Montauk Pearl and Peconic Gold oysters are $1 each Sunday through Thursday.


Navy Beach Expands

The owners of Navy Beach in Montauk have announced the launch of several sister restaurants in the Caribbean. On St. Thomas, Navy Beach St. Thomas and Isla Cantina, a Mexican restaurant, will open at the Yacht Haven Grande marina in late December, and Sylvette, a French Mediterranean bistro, will open there in early 2020. On St. Maarten, Navy Beach St. Maarten will open in early 2020 at the Yacht Club at Isle de Sol on Simpson Bay. The menus at the Caribbean outposts will include dishes such as red snapper ceviche, blackened mahi mahi, and grilled lobster, as well as popular items served in Montauk like buttermilk fried chicken and the Navy burger.


Game Day at Gurney’s

The Regent Lounge at Gurney’s Inn in Montauk is offering food specials during screenings of football games on Sundays through Feb. 2. The menu includes lobster roll sliders for $22, dry-aged burger sliders for $18, and chicken wings for $15.


Silver Lining Early Bird

At the Silver Lining Diner in Southampton a daily four-course prix fixe dinner from 4 to 6:30 p.m. costs $19.95. The menu includes lemon and herb hummus with celery and pita bread for the table, appetizers such as deviled eggs or roast beet salad, and entrees such as panko-crusted salmon or a cheeseburger.

A New Provisions

A branch of Provisions Natural Foods Market and Organic Cafe has opened at the Mill shopping center in Water Mill. It carries the same goods as the Sag Harbor flagship, including organic produce, meat, and poultry, plus snacks, vitamins, supplements, and skin care and beauty products. A cafe and juice bar will open by the end of the year.

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