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News for Foodies 09.02.21

Mon, 08/30/2021 - 15:30
Bamboo, a sushi and Asian fusion restaurant in Southampton Village, will have an East Hampton branch soon.
Bamboo

Labor Day Feasts
To make the Labor Day weekend meals easier, Townline BBQ in Sagaponack has barbecue platters for four to eight people. A pulled pork sandwich kit that comes with coleslaw, pickles, baked beans, and chips is $65 for four, and $130 for eight. A dinner of smoked chicken and pork ribs with coleslaw, pickles, baked beans, and cornbread is $79 for four and $158 for eight, and a dinner of pork ribs, brisket, pulled pork, and smoked chicken with collard greens, baked beans, cornbread, and pickles is $112 for four, and $224 for eight. 
    
Elaia Estiatorio in Bridgehampton has ready-to-cook barbecue packages with pita pieces and tzatziki for 10. A chicken souvlaki kit is $200, 10 eight-ounce Greek-style burger patties are $150, a combo platter with 10 pieces each of lamb chops, chicken cutlets, and burgers is $300, three whole marinated chickens are $100, branzino with parsley, dill, lemon, and oregano is $250, and marinated shrimp is $300. Orders must be placed two days in advance for pickup on Saturday or Sunday, so if you're planning for this weekend, Thursday is the day. For the full menu, and to place an order, visit the restaurant's website

Coming Soon
A branch of Bamboo, a sushi restaurant in Southampton that had a space in East Hampton years ago, will open on Newtown Lane in East Hampton Village this fall, Michael Gluckman, the owner announced last week. It will be next door to Hampton Chutney Co. in the building that is now home to Mary's Marvelous. In addition to sushi, the restaurant will offer dumplings and noodle dishes for dine-in and takeout, grab and go items, and catering. It will be open daily for lunch and dinner. 


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