Restaurant Week Returns: Where To Steal A Meal In The Hamptons
All Natural Boneless Beef Short Ribs braised with five spice & Merlot wine from Fresh Hamptons. (Courtesy Photo)
"After a frigid winter we're excited for the 13th annual Hamptons Restaurant Week
to kick-off on Sunday," said Marissa Jacobs, Associate Account Executive at WordHampton. "We have a solid list of restaurants spanning both forks and sample menus that look delicious!"
The Thirteenth Annual Hamptons Restaurant Week presented by WordHampton is back on Sunday, March 22nd, bringing eight delicious nights of dining steals to the East End. During the foodie extravaganza, East End eateries will offer a three-course prix fixe menu for $27.95, every night they are open, with the exception of Saturday when the menu may only be offered until 7 p.m. The week-long campaign ends on Sunday, March 29th.
"With the first day of spring finally arriving, it's the perfect way to break the cabin-fever and get out to try some fantastic food," noted Jacobs.
Participating Hamptons restaurants include Le Chef, Shippy's Pumpernickels Restaurant East, and red
|bar Brasserie in Southampton; Fresh Hamptons in Bridgehampton; Page at 63 Main
and The Bell & Anchor
in Sag Harbor; Fresno
, Nick & Toni's
, and The 1770 House
Restaurant & Inn in East Hampton; Cowfish
, Edgewater Restaurant
, and Rumba Inspired Island Cuisine and Rum Bar
in Hampton Bays; and The Patio @ 54 Main
in Westhampton Beach.
Truffled Chicken Breast w/ Wild Mushroom Risotto & French Beans from red|bar Brasserie. (Courtesy Photo)
Other East End eateries include Stone Creek Inn
in East Quogue; Tweeds Restaurant
& Buffalo Bar
in Riverhead; Cooperage Inn
in Calverton; Jedediah Hawkins
and The Jamesport Manor Inn
in Jamesport; Touch of Venice Restaurant in Cutchogue; Trumpets on the Bay
in Eastport; The North Fork Table & Inn
in Southold; and noah's
For more information, visit www.hamptonsrestaurantweek.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
Added: March 16, 2015, 3:46 pm
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