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News for Foodies: 10.31.19

Tue, 10/29/2019 - 12:20

Restaurant Week Returns

Long Island Restaurant Week will begin on Sunday and continue through Nov 10. Participating restaurants on the East End and beyond will offer three-course prix fixe dinner menus for $29.95. On Saturday, the menu may only be available until 7 p.m.

South Fork restaurants offering the deal include Bobby Van’s, Elaia Estiatorio, and the Topping Rose House in Bridgehampton; Lulu Kitchen, Page, and Baron’s Cove in Sag Harbor; the 1770 House, Bel Mare, Cove Hollow Tavern, and the Maidstone in East Hampton, and Scarpetta Beach at Gurney’s in Montauk. A full list of participating restaurants is on the Long Island Restaurant Week website.

1770 House Weekly Special

Every Thursday evening, everything on the menu in the downstairs tavern at the 1770 House is priced at $17.70. Offerings include St. Louis ribs, chicken parmigiana, meatloaf, and a hamburger. A glass of select wines is $9, and select beers are $5.

Artists and Writers Night

Almond in Bridgehampton will hold an Artists and Writers night with Simeon Marsalis, the author of the 2017 novel “As Lie is to Grin,” on Tuesday at 7. A three-course family style meal will be served. The $45 cost includes a glass of wine or draft beer, but not tax or gratuity. Reservations, which are required, can be made by calling the restaurant.

Day of the Dead Specials

La Fondita and Coche Comedor in Amagansett are offering specials today through Saturday in celebration of the Mexican holiday Day of the Dead. At La Fondita, which is serving lunch on weekdays from the bar next door at Coche Comedor, the specials tomorrow and Friday include two chicken tamales with rice and refried beans for $13, and red posole stew for $5.50 for a small serving, $11 for a large. The dinner specials at Coche Comedor tomorrow and Saturday include a pork belly appetizer for $14 and a bone-in pork loin entree for $28.

Dinner and a Movie

Rowdy Hall in East Hampton has a new dinner-and-a-movie special, available Sunday through Thursday. With the purchase of any dinner entree, customers can get a movie ticket for $10 for future use.

Art and Dinner

On Wednesday at 5:30 p.m., the Golden Eagle Studio and Nick and Toni’s restaurant in East Hampton will team up for “A Night Out With” event, starting at the studio with an artist’s presentation, followed by a two-course dinner with the artist at the adjacent restaurant. The featured guest will be Beth O’Donnell, a mixed-media artist who works with photographs and encaustic wax. The cost, $85 per person, includes the workshop, dinner, tax, and tip.

Advance registration is on the Golden Eagle website; participants have until noon on Monday to register.

Nick and Toni’s is also offering a three-course prix-fixe dinner special for $37 from Sundays through Thursdays (not including Tuesday, when it is closed). The entrees include pasta dishes such as orecchiette with soppressata, peperoncini, and broccoli rabe pesto; chicken with Yukon gold potatoes; and any pizza.

Champagne Party

Park Place Wines and Liquors in East Hampton will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a champagne party from 3 to 6 p.m. on Saturday. Raffles will be held for hundreds of dollars in merchandise provided by local stores, among them Lululemon, Ralph Lauren, BookHampton, Petit Blue, Gubbins, Khahn Sports, the Warren Tricomi Salon, East End Row, and Set Point Tennis.

Two-For-One Dumplings

Tonight through Nov. 11, the Tiny Harbor Asian Cafe on West Lake Drive in Montauk is offering a dumpling special: Buy one order and get the second free, between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. The restaurant is closed Tuesdays and Wed­nesdays.

Springs Tavern Specials

The Springs Tavern is offering several dinner specials. On Mondays, a ribeye steak with choice of soup or salad, mashed or baked potato, and roast vegetables is $27. On Wednesdays, prime rib with the same side dishes is $29. On Fridays, teachers receive 15 percent off the bill, including the meals of their dining companions.

Weekly at Wolffer

Wolffer Estate, the Sagaponack vineyard, is offering live music along with wine, cheese, and charcuterie plates from 5 to 8 p.m. on Fridays at its tasting room.

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