Instacart Is Here
Groceries from Stop and Shop and King Kullen and items from Juice Press stores on the South Fork are now available for same-day delivery via Instacart, the online shopping and delivery service. Stop and Shop delivery is available from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sundays. King Kullen delivery is available from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week. For Juice Press, delivery is available daily from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Ian Duke, the owner of Union Burger Bar among other Southampton restaurants, has launched the Coop, offering fried and rotisserie chickens, salads, side dishes, and desserts for takeout or delivery only from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. A meal of four pieces of fried chicken (drumstick, breast, thigh, and wing) with coleslaw and mashed potatoes is $18.95, one with three pieces is $14.95. A family dinner with eight pieces and large orders of coleslaw and mashed potatoes is $28.95, and one with 12 pieces is $35.95. A half rotisserie chicken is $17.95, and a whole one is $27.95. The full menu is at thecooptogo.com.
Nick and Toni's
Nick and Toni's in East Hampton is now offering two-course takeout dinners for two for $50 for a salad and pasta, and $60 for a salad and an entree. Through Sunday, the menu features spaghetti and meatballs with focaccia, and chicken Parmesan with broccoli rabe. From Wednesday through Dec. 27, the pasta is eggplant lasagna with focaccia, and the entree is pork Milanese with a side of escarole and white beans. Takeout orders can be placed online beginning at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday for pickup between 5 and 8:30.
The 1770 House in East Hampton has a $45 two-course prix fixe dinner special available in the tavern Sunday through Thursday. The entrees include meatloaf with potato puree, spinach, and a roasted garlic sauce, as well as a chickpea and sweet potato curry with coconut milk, golden raisins, naan, and cilantro yogurt.
Carissa's in Sag Harbor Too
Carissa's in East Hampton is offering takeout Indian dinners for two for $125 tomorrow and Saturday. The dishes, prepared by Roshni Gurnani, a chef and cookbook author, include chicken tikka, lamb masala, and vegan dishes such as vegetable biriyani. Orders can be placed online, and must be picked up between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. on the day selected. The bakery now has a pop up shop at 4 Bay Street in Sag Harbor that is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday through Sunday.
Tickets to Wolffer Estate Vineyard's annual Boxing Day raffle are now on sale. The prizes include a wine tasting and cheese board for two, and a tasting in the wine cellar for two. Tickets are $10, and all of the proceeds will be donated to the Bridgehampton Fire Department. Tickets are available at exploretock.com. The winners will be announced on Dec. 26.
Nick and Toni's is offering a la carte specials for Hanukkah today through Sunday. Potato latkes with smoked salmon, creme fraiche, and caviar is $21, short rib with sweet noodle kugel is $38, and mini jelly donuts with vanilla custard are $14.
The 1770 House is offering a ready-to-cook holiday dinner for six for $500. For the entree there is a choice of beef tenderloin, eight-bone pork rib rack, boneless leg of lamb, or three Long Island ducks, which come with cooking instructions. The prepared side dishes include root vegetable gratin, creamed spinach with toasted marrow-butter crumbs, truffled cacio e pepe pasta, and French green beans with toasted hazelnuts. Desserts include Tate's chocolate chip pie or six sticky toffee date cakes, plus caramel popcorn. For appetizers, the restaurant has a cheese board with three different cheeses, dried fruit, candied nuts, and truffled honey for $125, 36 poached shrimp with cocktail sauce and lemon for $100, two quarts of lobster bisque with tarragon and brandy for $85, and 125 grams of caviar with creme fraiche and a blini-making kit for $350 for classic sturgeon, and $500 for Royal Ossetra. Orders must be placed by Dec. 19 and picked up on Dec. 23 or 24.
Organic Krush in Amagansett has a holiday catering menu featuring an entree, side dishes, and desserts. Roast beef brined in vegetable stock, brown sugar, all spice, salt, peppercorns, and ginger that will feed six to eight is $100, and $185 for one that feeds 12 to 16. Side dishes for eight to 10 include cornbread stuffing, roasted vegetables, pecan mashed potatoes, and brown rice pilaf, for $50 each. A single serving of roast beef is $16, and pints of the side dishes are $10 each. The full menu is on the restaurant's website, where orders must be placed by Dec. 21 for pickup by 4 p.m. on Dec. 24.