East End foodies prepare yourselves, because one of the best weeks of the year is here. From Sunday, November 1st through Sunday, November 8th, several local restaurants are offering a 3-course prix fixe dinner for $27.95 per person, all night, as part of Long Island’s Annual Fall Restaurant Week. The only exception is Saturday night, when an eatery may only offer the deal until 7 p.m.
“Fall Long Island Restaurant Week is upon us and we’re thrilled with the participation on the East End this year,” shared Marissa Jacobs of WordHampton PR. “More than 20 local restaurants have opted in, over 150 island wide, and will be offering the prix fixe deal.”
In the Hamptons, participating restaurants include North Sea Tavern and Raw’r Bar (American) in Southampton, Cowfish (American) in Hampton Bays, The Patio @ 54 Main (American) in Westhampton Beach, Page at 63 Main (American) in Sag Harbor, red bar Brasserie (American) in Southampton, The Living Room @ C/O The Maidstone (new American) in East Hampton, Rumba Inspired Island Cuisine and Rum Bar (Caribbean) in Hampton Bays, and The 1770 House Restaurant & Inn (American) in East Hampton.
Other East End spots you can score the dining deal at are aLure Chowderhouse & Oyster-ia (seafood) in Southold, aMano (Italian) in Mattituck, Bistro 72 at Hotel Indigo East End (American) in Riverhead, Caci North Fork Restaurant (Italian) in Southold, Cooperage Inn (American) in Baiting Hollow, Jedediah Hawkins (American) in Jamesport, La Plage Restaurant (American) in Wading River, Legends Restaurant (new American) in New Suffolk, noah’s (small plates) in Greenport, Pace’s Dockside (American) in Mattituck, Stone Creek Inn (French) in East Quogue, Stonewalls Restaurant (continental) in Riverhead, The Jamesport Manor Inn (American) in Jamesport, The North Fork Table & Inn (American) in Southold, Trumpets on the Bay (continental) in East Port, and Tweed’s Restaurant & Buffalo Bar (American) in Riverhead.
So whether you could be featured on Food Network’s “Worst Cooks in America” or just love a good meal out, this is an event you’re not going to want to miss. “It’s a fantastic way to try a restaurant you may not typically make a reservation at, at a very affordable price,” noted Jacobs.
For more information, visit www.longislandrestaurantweek.com.