With the governor’s announcement on Monday that restaurants and bars across the state will be restricted as of that evening to takeout and delivery service only, some of this news may have changed since press time. Below are some businesses that had already moved toward a coronavirus contingency plan as of Monday. More recent information is available here.
Eating at Home
The Art of Eating in Bridgehampton is offering special breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus for dining at home. A breakfast strudel made with scrambled eggs, Gruyere, and spinach in phyllo dough is $25 and serves three. For lunch and dinner, the main dishes include whole roasted chicken with lemon and herbs and roasted root vegetables, which costs $72 and serves three to six; lentil and sweet potato shepherd’s pie for $39 for a serving that feeds three to four, and $59 for one that feeds 6 to 10; and roasted salmon with cracked pepper, lime, and red onion marmalade for $21 per portion with a minimum order of four. To view the full menu and to order, visit the company’s website.
As of Monday, the Wolffer Kitchen restaurants in Amagansett and Sag Harbor were offering their full menu for takeout and curbside pickup. Bottles of Wolffer Estate wines are also available for curbside pickup at the estate’s boutique and tasting room.
The Springs General Store is providing curbside pickup for its takeout orders, and is exploring the possibility of making local home deliveries. Those interested in the latter are asked to call the market for more information.
Dreesen’s Catering in East Hampton has a special menu for takeout and curbside pickup, and it is providing home delivery with a minimum order of $200 plus a delivery fee. The menu features items such as chicken pot pie for $20, 20 pieces of fried chicken for $30, and baby back ribs for $30 a rack. Half and full trays of entrees such as lasagna ($40, $80), grilled salmon with lemon, herbs, and dill sauce ($60, $120), and chicken Parmesan ($45, $90) are also available. Orders must be placed 72 hours in advance, and pre-paid with a credit card. To view the full menu, visit the company’s Facebook page.
The Palm Sold
The Palm restaurant at the Huntting Inn in East Hampton has a new owner. The steakhouse chain, which had filed for bankruptcy last year, was purchased for $45 million on March 10 by the Houston-based Landry’s Inc., according to the Houston Business Journal. Landry’s operates more than 600 restaurant franchises including Morton’s the Steakhouse, McCormick and Schmick seafood eateries, the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company, and the Rainforest Cafe.
The Hampton Coffee Company has closed its stores in Montauk, Water Mill, and Southampton until further notice due to the spread of the coronavirus, but is offering free shipping on all merchandise ordered through its website, hamptoncoffeecompany.com.
The Starbucks stores in East Hampton Village, Bridgehampton, and Southampton are maintaining their regular hours of operation, but they are only serving food and drinks to go.
Park Place Wines and Liquors in East Hampton has doubled its delivery capacity and is offering curbside pickup. Customers can shop through its app or its website. Those picking up curbside can park in the 30-minute zone in front of the store and an employee will deliver to their cars.