The best dining deal of autumn will take place during November when the tri-annual and award-winning Long Island Restaurant Week
"We're averaging about 190 participating restaurants for Fall Long Island Restaurant Week
," Steve Haweeli
, President of Long Island Restaurant & Hospitality Group (the business-to-consumer promotions division of WordHampton Public Relations), shared. "We're proud to say it's the most successful restaurant promotion on Long Island - it's a win-win for Long Island restaurants and Long Island diners!"
For eight days, from Sunday, November 3 to Sunday, November 10, many Hamptons and North Fork eateries will offer a three-course prix fixe for an absolute steal, $29.95 all night. The only exception is Saturday when the menu may only be offered until 7 p.m.
In the Hamptons, participants will include Centro Trattoria & Bar
in Hampton Bays, Le Charlot and Shippys Pumpernickels Restaurant East in Southampton, Bistro Ete and Calissa
in Water Mill, Bobby Van's
Restaurant, Elaia Estiatorio, and Topping Rose House
in Bridgehampton, Baron's Cove
, Lulu Kitchen & Bar
, and Page at 63 Main
in Sag Harbor, Bel Mare Ristorante, Cove Hollow Tavern, The 1770 House
, and The Maidstone
in East Hampton, and Scarpetta
Beach in Montauk.
"We're always excited to participate in local and regional events - especially culinary ones that allow us to highlight and share dishes featuring beautiful locally-sourced Long Island ingredients. Our Long Island Restaurant Week menu features popular dishes from our new autumn menu including the restaurant's Cove Chowder with peconic clams, local potatoes, fresh herbs and croutons and our Roasted Organic Beach Plum Farm Chicken with roasted Long Island peewee potatoes and spinach," said Mario Arakelian, general manager of Baron's Cove. The Restaurant at Baron's Cove works with local Hamptons and Long Island farmers, fishermen, and artisans year-round."
Other East End eateries featured include Stone Creek Inn
in East Quogue, Trumpets On The Bay
in Eastport, Cooperage Inn
in Baiting Hollow, Farm Country Kitchen
, Stonewalls at the Woods, and The Preston House & Hotel in Riverhead, Jamesport Manor in Jamesport, aMano
in Mattituck, Legends in New Suffolk, A Lure
in Southold, and noah's
"We're looking forward to our annual participation in Restaurant Week. It's an excellent way for new customers to try The 1770 House for the first time and also gives a wonderful deal to those who've dined with us before. A busy week for staff keeps the momentum and a positive vibe to take us right into the holidays," reflected The 1770 House General Manager Carol Covell.
Diners can expect a minimum choice of three appetizers, three entrées and three desserts.
"We are thrilled to be a part of this annual promotion. We see new people in the restaurant which gives us an opportunity to convert them into repeat customers," Steven Jauffrineau of Lulu Kitchen shared. "We want each and every dinner to have a true Lulu experience, enjoying everything from the food to the service."
In addition to the fall Long Island Restaurant Week, Long Island Restaurant & Hospitality Group presents spring and winter iterations.
For more information, visit www.longislandrestaurantweek.com.
Nicole is the Editor-in-Chief of Hamptons.com where she focuses on lifestyle, nightlife, and mixology. She grew up in the Hamptons and currently resides in Water Mill. www.hamptons.com