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News for Foodies 06.06.24

Tue, 06/04/2024 - 05:52
Art of Eating's food truck will be on Butter Lane in Bridgehampton on Saturday and Sunday mornings with a variety of brunch offerings.

New in Montauk
Bamboo, a sushi and Asian fusion restaurant with a Southampton location, has opened an outpost in Montauk at the Breakers Motel. The spot has table service and a full bar with views of the ocean across Old Montauk Highway. Migrating from the Southampton location will be Jeremy Kalbacher and Douglas Cassidy, who will manage the restaurant, and the bartender Orson Frisbie. 

Bamboo Montauk is open for dinner Tuesdays through Sundays.

Also new to Montauk this season are Placebo and Don Jaguar's at Ruschmeyer's. The restaurant, Placebo, and "speakeasy lounge," Don Jaguar's, are run by Nathan Leong and Sameer Qureshi, the partners behind Somewhere Nowhere, a New York City nightclub and lounge. Placebo's website describes its menu as "Latin zest meets timeless American tradition." It is open for dinner Thursday through Sunday from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. 

Food on the East End
In conjunction with its current exhibition, "The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation," the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will host "Food Matters: The Big Picture," a series of short presentations on food topics and community on the East End, Friday at 6 p.m.

The museum has described it as a PechaKucha-type discussion whose topics will include food security, sustainable agricultural practices, food service and farm-related labor, and more. Presenters had not been announced at press time.

Tickets to the program, which is a collaboration with FoodLab at Stony Brook University, are $20 for adults, $18 for senior citizens, $15 for members' guests, $10 for members, and free for students and children.

Rosé Tasting
The Pink Party, a free rosé wine tasting, will happen Saturday from 3 to 6 p.m. at Domaine Franey Wines and Spirits in East Hampton. The shop will have 25 rosés open for tasting, and discounts for still rosé wine purchases will be available.

Pop-Up Brunch
Art of Eating, the Bridgehampton caterer and event planner, will host a Brunch on Butter Pop-Up every Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Its food truck will be parked at 264 Butter Lane.

Menu items will include a breakfast burritos, avocado toast, chilaquiles, Mayan bowls, summer rolls, Caesar salads, churros, black pepper tofu, a classic crunchy vegetable, and quesadillas.

For Thirsty Fathers
Navy Beach in Montauk will celebrate Father's Day on June 16 by offering fathers a complimentary Modelo or Bloody Mary with their meal. The restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner on Father's day starting at noon. 

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