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News for Foodies 02.25.21

Tue, 02/23/2021 - 14:26
A gorgonzola and walnut salad is one of three salad options that can be purchased to accompany one of Rowdy Hall's quarts of take-home soup.

Chili for a Cause
Share the Harvest Farm and the Springs Food Pantry will hold a chili cook-off and fund-raiser on Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Springs Community Church. Chilis prepared by restaurant chefs and home cooks will be available for takeout. The cost is $25, which includes a choice of two 12-ounce servings of chili, a Hampton Sourdough baguette, a ceramic mug, and utensils. Proceeds will benefit the farm and the food pantry. Tickets can be purchased at

The Art of Dinner
 The Art of Eating catering company in Bridgehampton has takeout dinner specials on Thursdays and Fridays. On Thursdays, a $27.50 dinner includes a choice of buttermilk fried chicken or meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, a biscuit, and the vegetable of the day. On Fridays, a choice of duck ramen in a mushroom broth, shrimp ramen in a vegetable broth, or vegetarian udon noodles in a ginger tamari broth is $24 per pint. Orders must be placed by noon for same day drive-through pickup between 4 and 7.

New at Main Street
Main Street Tavern in Amagansett has dinner specials and new menu items. On Friday, the restaurant will offer a $59 Peking duck dinner with moo shu pancakes, hoisin sauce, cucumbers, and scallions. On Sundays, half a roast chicken with root vegetables, crispy potatoes, chicken gravy, and popovers is $34. The new menu includes shepherd's pie for $24 and a kale and brussels sprouts salad for $15, or $25 with grilled chicken.

Prix-Fixe Specials
Union Sushi and Steak in Southampton is offering a $59 three-course prix-fixe dinner special from 4 to 5:30 on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, and all day on Sundays. The entrees include a 10-ounce center-cut filet mignon in a cabernet demi-glace with roasted fingerling potatoes and grilled asparagus; short rib ravioli with crispy onions in an onion broth, and seared salmon with browned butter and caramelized onions, smashed fingerling potatoes, and sauteed spinach topped with balsamic caviar.

The Bell and Anchor in Noyac has two-course prix-fixe dinner specials Thursday through Sunday. On Thursdays, the featured entree is moules frites, $34. On Sundays, it is bouillabaisse for $40. On Tuesdays. pork Milanese is $36, and on Wednesdays, there is a choice of lobster entrees. Lobster garganelli with corn, basil, and saffron cream is $39, a steamed one-and-a-half pound lobster with haricots verts and fingerling potatoes is $50, and a butter-poached lobster tail with a 7-ounce grilled filet mignon, haricots verts, and fingerling potatoes is $55. Dessert each night is an additional $6.

Tapas for Takeout
Lulu Kitchen and Bar in Sag Harbor is offering $150 takeout tapas dinners for two Thursdays through Sundays. This week's menu features mussels, a mini pizza with salmon, black pepper, and lime, bonito with blistered shishito peppers, octopus with piquillo pepper and feta aioli, bites of New York strip steak with toasted brioche and a truffle and marrowbone aioli, blistered peewee potatoes with a spicy dipping sauce, tomato confit on a garlic baguette, and a chocolate tart. New menus will be posted weekly on the restaurant's website. 

Soup, Salad at Rowdy
Rowdy Hall is offering quart-size containers of its soup to go for $10. The soups are sold cold to be warmed at home. Four weekly choices rotate among sweet potato and andouille sausage, beef barley mushroom, tomato bacon with cheddar, roasted butternut squash, split pea with ham, chicken and organic brown basmati rice, and tomato and basil with Israeli couscous.

Three different salads are also available for $10 each, from a basic mixed green to a chopped salad of kale, butternut squash, cauliflower, toasted pecans, and an apple cider vinaigrette.

A Reopening
The North Fork Table in Southold has reopened for indoor and outdoor dining Thursday through Sunday. Reservations are necessary, and can be made online at the restaurant's website. 

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