Skip to main content

News for Foodies: 01.30.20

Tue, 01/28/2020 - 12:21

Restaurant Week

Long Island Restaurant Week, a $29.95 prix fixe dinner promotion, will continue through Sunday at participating restaurants. On the South Fork, they include the 1770 House and the Maidstone Restaurant in East Hampton, Elaia Estiatorio, Bobby Van’s Steakhouse, and the Topping Rose House in Bridgehampton, Page at 63 Main and Tutto il Giorno in Sag Harbor, and in Southampton, Tutto il Giorno, Le Charlot, Shippy’s Pumpernickels Restaurant, and the Plaza Cafe. The special is offered all night tonight, tomorrow, and Sunday. On Saturday, it may only be available until 7. A full list of participating restaurants is on the Long Island Restaurant Week website.

Wine Class

A class on wines from the South of France and the Cotes du Rhone will be held at 5:30 this afternoon at Park Place Wines and Liquors in East Hampton. In a class next Thursday at the same time, participants will explore the wines of Australia and New Zealand. The cost for each is $10, and registration is by calling the store.

Super Bowl Specials

The Clubhouse in East Hampton will hold a Super Bowl party with an all-you-can-eat buffet available throughout the game starting at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday. The cost is $25 for adults, and $15 for children under 12, not including tax and tip. Kids will receive a complimentary $10 card to play arcade games, and there will be raffles. A bucket of beer will cost $20, special cocktails $12 each, and bottles of wine and champagne will be half off. The game will be airing on 15 flat-screen TVs and six projector screens.

Indian Wells Tavern in Amagansett will offer a complimentary buffet during halftime of the Super Bowl, as well as drink specials, and raffles for prizes such as a 44-inch flat-screen television and a bicycle donated by the Montauk Brewing Company. Guests will receive a ticket for the raffle upon purchasing a drink, and must be in attendance to win.

The Super Bowl specials at Townline BBQ in Sagaponack will include a cheeseburger, fries, and a can of Modelo Especial beer for $9, an open-faced chicken sandwich with pickles for $10, a bag of chicken wings for $45, and a tray of nachos made with chopped brisket for $32. The game will be shown on six TVs, including a large-screen TV in the dining room. Takeout orders that day must be placed in advance.

A large TV will also be set up in the dining room at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton, which will offer food and drink specials starting at 5 p.m. The menu features small plates such as beef chili, and buffalo wings for $5, and a meal of two chili dogs, five wings, and French fries for $12. Hot dogs are $2 each, and corn and chili dogs are $3 each. Draft beers are $5.

Coche Comedor in Amagansett will offer food and drink specials at the bar, including pork barbacoa nachos for $10, tacos for $2, gorditos for $4, and free chips and salsa.

Nick and Toni’s in East Hampton will also have food and drink specials at the bar including margherita pizzas for $10, bruschetta for $6, and a selection of artisanal cheeses or salumi for $10.

For those holding a Super Bowl party at home, Smokin’ Wolf in East Hampton has a special catering menu. For every $85 spent, the restaurant is offering a complimentary 12-pack of beer. An order of 24 pork, chicken, or brisket sliders with pickles and onions is $37, a dozen pigs in the blanket is $12, grilled buffalo chicken salad that feeds 8 to 10 people is $42, a slab of ribs is $31, and a 50-piece bucket of chicken wings is $68. Orders must be placed in advance. The full menu is on the restaurant’s website.

The Maidstone in East Hampton will host a Super Bowl party with happy hour prices on drinks and food, including chicken wings, starting at 3 p.m. on Sunday.

A Night Out With . . .

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, an event that starts at the studio with an artist’s presentation and is followed by a two-course dinner with the artist at restaurant, which is next door. The featured guest will be Virva Hinnemo, an abstract painter originally from Helsinki who now lives in Springs. The cost, $85 per person, includes the workshop, dinner, tax, and tip. Advance registration is available on the Golden Eagle website. Participants have until noon on Monday to register.

Calissa Specials

Calissa in Water Mill is offering a three-course prix fixe dinner menu with mezze, a choice of entree such as chicken souvlaki or Arctic char, and baklava for dessert from 5:30 to 7 Wednesday through Saturday. Daily specials at the bar include lamb burgers with fries and a Peroni beer for $15 on Wednesday, $1 oysters and a glass of Veuve Clicquot champagne for $15 on Thursday, and a souvlaki platter with a glass of Greek wine for $25 on Friday.

Game Bird Dinner

Nick and Toni’s will hold a four-course game bird dinner in collaboration with other local chefs, including Michael Rozzi of the 1770 House, next Thursday. The menu features deviled quail eggs, foie gras torchon duck prosciutto, wood grilled quail with creamy polenta, charred Brussels sprouts, and roasted grapes, and pan-roasted squab with sweet potato puree, chanterelles, and wild blueberry sauce. The cost is $95, or $125 with wine pairings. It will be the only menu offered that night, except at the bar. Reservations are required and can be made by calling the restaurant.

Artist and Writers Night

Almond in Bridgehampton will hold an Artists and Writers night with Jake Lear, a blues and roots musician, on Feb. 11 at 7. A three-course family style meal will be served. The $45 cost includes a glass of wine or draft beer, but neither tax nor gratuity. Reservations, which are required, can be made by calling the restaurant.

Open Again

Loaves and Fishes Food Store in Sagaponack will reopen for the season on Wednesday. It will be open Wednesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from 9 to 4.

Thank you for reading . . . 
...Your support for The East Hampton Star helps us deliver the news, arts, and community information you need. Whether you are an online subscriber, get the paper in the mail, delivered to your door in Manhattan, or are just passing through, every reader counts. We value you for being part of The Star family.

Your subscription to The Star does more than get you great arts, news, sports, and outdoors stories. It makes everything we do possible.