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News for Foodies 05.21.20

Thu, 05/21/2020 - 08:39
Nick's on the Beach returns to Montauk this summer, and will be open for window-service orders starting Memorial Day weekend.

Opening in Montauk
Nick's on the Beach is opening Memorial Day weekend at 148 South Emerson Avenue in Montauk (most recently the Sloppy Tuna) with a limited takeout and grab-and-go menu available for window-service pickup. The restaurant and club occupied the space in years past and "is ready to reestablish itself as a favorite," according to a release. Initially, Nick's will offer simple fare — like quesadillas, burgers, wraps, and lobster rolls — as well as frozen specialty drinks and mini wine bottles, with charcuterie platters and ice cream and root bear floats. Its management team, headed by Jeff Capri, has kicked off the season by donating $10,000 to the Montauk Food Pantry and will match customers' donations to the pantry up to an additional $10,000. Nick's will be open daily from 11:30 a.m. until the evening.

Duryea's to Go, by Land and Sea
Duryea’s Lobster Deck in Montauk will reopen today offering takeout, with curbside and dockside pickup from noon to 7 p.m. Thursdays through Mondays. The menu features lobster rolls for $35, lobster Cobb salad that feeds two to three people for $58, a prepared two-pound lobster for $66, and a clambake for two to three people for $49. Bottles of wine, coffee drinks, and bakery items such as croissants, muffins, cookies, and brownies are also available. Orders can be placed on the restaurant’s website.

In partnership with RideShore marine delivery service, Duryea's will make also weekend deliveries this summer of select meals and bottles of wine to Shelter Island's Crescent Beach, where the Sunset Beach resort will not open this season. A picnic of lobster rolls that feeds three is $355 and comes with tuna tartare, lobster Cobb salad, octopus salad, carrot and chickpea salad, roasted-beet salad, crudités, flatbread, and hummus. A $395 seafood platter for three includes chilled lobster, tuna tartare, Montauk pearl oysters, jumbo shrimp, top neck clams, flatbread, and a baguette. A $525 surf and turf meal that feeds five comes with a two-pound lobster, sauteed shrimp, a clambake, roasted chicken, corn on the cob, roasted cauliflower, jasmine rice, hummus, crudités, flatbread, and a baguette. Orders must be placed at least one day in advance by visiting rideshore.com/duryeas.

New Food Truck
Starting this weekend, Exotic Bowls, a purveyor of acai and fruit bowls, smoothies, and bubble teas, will begin operating a seasonal food truck at Indian Wells beach in Amagansett. Specific days of operation might depend on weather conditions, according to Shalani Gobin and Walter Lynch, the owners.

At Carissa's
Carissa's the Bakery on Pantigo Road in East Hampton is offering a special barbecue dinner that feeds four to six for $200 and is available for pickup between noon and 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. It includes one pound of brisket, two wagyu beef hot dogs, a rack of baby back ribs, one-half barbecue chicken, jalapeno cornbread, vegetable slaw, and pickles. Orders can be placed by calling the restaurant.

Barbecue Specials
Townline BBQ in Sagaponack is offering pulled-pork sandwich kits, and chicken and rib dinners through Sunday. Each comes with coleslaw, spicy bread and butter pickles, baked beans, and barbecue sauce. The sandwich kit includes pulled pork, buns or sliced bread, and potato chips. One that feeds four to six people is $65, and one that feeds eight to 12 is $130. The chicken and rib dinner costs $70 for a platter that feeds four to six, and $140 for one that feeds eight to 12. Orders can be placed by calling the restaurant between noon and 8 p.m.

Smokin’ Wolf in East Hampton is open for pickup and delivery, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. (with days and schedule details on its website). Orders from the online menu should be called in ahead of time for pickup. Delivery of orders over $45 will be offered free to East Hampton, Springs, and Amagansett and for a fee elsewhere. “If you know earlier in the day that you would like a dinner or afternoon delivery, you can call us and schedule a specific drop-off time,” the takeout spot’s team wrote in an email.

Italian in East Hampton and Sag
Dopo La Spiaggia is offering curbside pickup and delivery between 5 and 8:30 p.m. at its East Hampton location, and daily from 5 p.m. at its sister restaurant in Sag Harbor. Bottles of wine are 50 percent off at each, and both are offering a menu of cocktails to go including cosmopolitans, cucumber-jalapeno margaritas, and espresso martinis. The drinks are $16 for one, $23 for two, and $30 for three.

Beacon Opens
The Beacon in Sag Harbor opened for the season this week, offering takeout with curbside pickup between 5 and 7:30 p.m. on Thursday and Monday, and 5 and 8:30 Friday through Sunday. Orders can be placed between 3:30 and 7 p.m. by calling the restaurant.

Silver Lining
The Silver Lining Diner in Southampton has reopened and is offering takeout for pickup and delivery between 4 and 8 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays. Orders can be placed after noon on the restaurant’s website. The diner is offering 10 percent off to essential workers and first responders with an ID.

And the Rest...
Best Pizza and Dive Bar on Napeague is offering curbside pickup and delivery from noon to 8 p.m. Thursday through Monday. Orders can be placed on the restaurant’s website.

The Cheese Shoppe in Southampton has sandwiches, salads, hot dishes, smoothies, grocery items, and more for curbside pickup and delivery. The store is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and orders can be placed via its website.

Rezdora, an Italian restaurant in Manhattan, will deliver fresh pastas and sauces to the East End next Thursday. An order that will feed two is $40, and there is a $200 minimum. Orders can be placed on the restaurant’s website from tomorrow until noon on Wednesday.


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