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News for Foodies 05.02.24

Tue, 04/30/2024 - 11:13
Nick and Toni's will celebrate Mother's Day with a prix fixe brunch and a la carte dinner specials.
Kelsey Roden

For Cinco de Mayo

In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, La Fondita in Amagansett will have specials on Sunday that can be ordered online or by calling 631-267-8800.

The specials are a tamal filled with chicken served in a green sauce; a tamal filled with pork served in a red sauce, and a tamal filled with sautéed poblano, jalapeño peppers and Monterrey Jack cheese. All tamals are served with rice, whole black beans, and salad. Also available is a chile relleno filled with shrimp and wrapped in bacon, topped with chile adobo cream sauce and served with rice, refried beans, and tortillas.

In addition, Coche Comedor, which is usually closed on Sundays, will be open for the holiday.

Mother’s Day Brunches

Mother’s Day is one of the biggest brunch days of the year, and Nick and Toni’s has weighed in with a prix fixe brunch menu, and, for those who can’t make brunch, a selection of a la carte dinner specials on May 12.

The $80 brunch menu includes choices of appetizer, entree, and dessert. Starters include sweet polenta with blueberries, mascarpone, and warm maple syrup; cured wild salmon with blinis, creme fraiche, and pickled ramps, and crispy artichokes with Parmigiano-Reggiano fonduta.

Among the main courses are grilled rack of lamb, Long Island duck confit, pan seared scallops, spring onion quiche, and skirt steak and eggs tagliata. Tartufo, ricotta cake, sweet cream panna cotta, blood orange sorbet, and pistachio gelato round out the meal.

The complete Mother’s Day brunch and dinner menus can be found on the restaurant’s website.

The Bell and Anchor in Noyac will serve a Mother’s Day brunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The menu includes classics like eggs Benedict and a fancier lobster Benedict and French toast as well as more unusual brunch entrée selections such as duck hash with poached eggs, bouillabaisse, and pan-roasted Scottish salmon. The restaurant is also open for dinner on Mother’s Day starting at 5:30.

Reservations can be made directly through the restaurant or through Resy.

From the Cookery

The Cookery in East Hampton has announced the launch of food products made especially for Share the Harvest Farm Stand at 55 Long Lane. The stand is open Thursday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Reopenings

Mavericks Montauk, Jeremy Blutstein and Vanessa Price’s “surf-and-turf reboot with sunsets on the side,” has opened for the season. Bostwick’s on the Harbor in Springs will welcome diners starting tomorrow for seafood, spirits, and sunsets. Fierro’s Pizza, whose owners announced last week that they would be opening in Montauk, has confirmed that the ovens at the former Blade + Salt location will be turning out pies starting today. Also in Montauk, Hooked at 34 South Etna Avenue will open for the season tomorrow.

 

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