Farm and Table
The Peconic Land Trust’s annual panel discussion with local farmers, and food and beverage artisans, will be live-streamed on Facebook and via the Zoom app at 6 p.m. today. Layton Guenther, the director of Quail Hill Farm in Amagansett, Greg Kessler, the producer of the Springs Fireplace line of hot sauces and the owner of the Hoppy Acre Farm in Amagansett, Ira Haspel of KK’s the Farm in Southold, and Charity Joy Robinson, who recently launched Kombat-cha, her own brand of kombucha, will be the featured speakers, and Laura Donnelly, The Star’s food editor, will be the moderator. For those who want to participate via Zoom, registration is by visiting the land trust’s website.
Nick and Toni’s in East Hampton has a weekly two-course dinner special for two for $45. It is available for takeout with curbside pickup Wednesday through Sunday. The current menu features chopped salad, rigatoni, and rosemary and sea salt focaccia. A make-it-yourself pizza kit, including the dough, tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, and a Caesar salad costs $36. The restaurant also offers food items such as marinated olives ($18 for a pint), gelato and sorbet ($12 per pint), and beef and pork meatballs ($9.50 for four). Orders can be placed on the restaurant’s website.
Fresno in East Hampton has three nightly special entrees for takeout with curbside pickup Thursday through Monday. Crispy salmon cakes with glass noodles and Asian slaw costs $28 (limited quantities are available), grilled lamb chops with a fava bean puree, roast fingerling potatoes, ramp chutney, and bordelaise sauce is $48, and meatloaf with mashed potatoes, wild mushroom escabeche, and roasted tomatoes costs $27.
Napeague and Montauk
The Clam Bar at Napeague will open for the season tomorrow, offering curbside pickup and delivery Friday through Monday from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Orders must be placed via the restaurant’s website, and customers will be notified by text or phone when their food is ready.
Hooked seafood restaurant in Montauk will be opening for the season tomorrow.
Gosman’s Restaurant in Montauk will reopen for takeout and curbside pickup on Friday, May 22. It will be open from noon to 8 p.m. every day except Tuesday. Orders must be placed via the restaurant’s website.
Citarella Gives Back
Citarella’s South Fork stores are helping East End Cares and the Clamshell Foundation charities raise money for food pantries in East Hampton, Montauk, Springs, Sag Harbor, and Southampton. Through the end of May, monetary donations from customers will be accepted at the stores’ checkout counters. Donations from the Bridgehampton and East Hampton stores will be split between the Sag Harbor, Springs, East Hampton, and Montauk food pantries. Donations from the Southampton Store will go to Heart of the Hamptons, which runs the food pantry there.