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News for Foodies 06.25.20

Wed, 06/24/2020 - 22:05

New to the East End

The owners of Warung Roadside, a New York City food truck and catering business, have opened a pop-up restaurant at the former Old Stove Pub in Sagaponack. It offers Thai and Indian food for pickup from 4 to 6:30 Thursday through Sunday. The menu, which changes weekly, features dishes such as glass noodle pad Thai for $22, chicken tikka masala for $28, and short rib biryani for $30. Orders can be placed on warungroadside.com; a minimum order of $50 is required. The restaurant also holds on-site dinners outdoors on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. The set menu is $85 per person. Reservations are by emailing [email protected].

Duryea's Lobster Deck will open a sister restaurant tomorrow in the 3,000-square-foot waterfront space at 40200 Main Road in Orient Point, the site of the former Orient by the Sea. It will operate from noon to 11 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday. The restaurant features indoor and outdoor seating, a full bar, and a lounge area, and the menu will include the Lobster Deck's signature fare such as a lobster roll for $34, and seafood platters that range from $48 to $165, plus a braised lamb or falafel gyro for $24, and a cheeseburger with fries for $22. 

Alfresco Specials

Nick and Toni's in East Hampton is open for outdoor dining, weather permitting, and takeout Wednesday through Sunday from 5 to 9 p.m. The garden menu features pasta appetizers such as linguine with clams, white wine, garlic, and spicy breadcrumbs for $28, and penne with spicy roasted tomatoes and Grana Padano cheese for $26. The entrees include duck Milanese with black mission figs, grilled onions, and arugula for $41, and scallops with English pea risotto and Pecorino Romano for $36.

Fresno in East Hampton is offering four nightly dinner specials Thursday through Tuesday. A New York strip steak with rosemary and goat cheese, roasted potatoes, baby Swiss chard, and a bordelaise sauce is $52; pan-seared sea bass with wilted arugula, roast potatoes, and pico de gallo is $42; fettuccine with jumbo lump crab, black tobiko caviar, lemon, crème fraiche, tarragon, and toasted panko is $34, and a lobster roll and potato salad is $36. 

Drive-Through and Delivery

Parcelle, a New York City wine store, has opened a drive-through pop-up at the Highway Restaurant and Bar in East Hampton. It is open daily from noon to 7 p.m., and same-day delivery between Montauk and Southampton is also available. Orders for same-day delivery must be placed by 1 p.m. on parcelleast.com.

The Big Brunch Box, a food delivery company, is offering free East End delivery of brunch kits that include bagels (either plain or a random assortment), cream cheeses, salmon, and more from the Bagel Master deli in Syosset. A $55 small box includes six bagels, and half a pound each of plain cream cheese and salmon. An $85 medium box includes 13 bagels, and a pound each of plain cream cheese and salmon, and a $155 big box includes 19 bagels, one pound of plain cream cheese, one pound of scallion cream cheese, two pounds of salmon, and a half pound of whitefish salad. Customers can also build their own box for a minimum order of $60 at bigbrunchbox.com. 

A Correction

A June 11 item about Levain Bakery in Wainscott incorrectly identified Pam Lewy, the director of marketing and communications, as the owner. Pam Weekes and Connie McDonald are the owners of the business.


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