WWW.DINEHUNTINGTON.COM: Enough said? Its
the website of Dine Huntington Restaurant Week, Oct. 12-23,
sponsored by Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce, Long
Islander Newspapers and Lexus of Massapequa. More than 50
restaurants are serving three-course meals for $24.95 per
person (Saturday, Oct. 17 until 7 p.m. only). Visit the website,
browse the menus and make rezzies now.
GOTTIS NIGHT OUT: It was a girls night
out for Victoria Gotti at Huntington Harbors Prime (117
New York Avenue, Huntington 631-385 1515 www.restaurantprime.
com). After a book-signing and talk at Book Revue on
Saturday, Oct. 3, the reality show star and daughter of organized
crime boss John Gotti dined with three guests at a table with
a water view. Gotti began with a salad of baby spinach,
maytag blue cheese, bacon, red onion and walnuts and ended
with Beef Wellington (filet mignon, mushroom duxelles, bordelaise,
brie fondue, puff pastry).
NEW AT HONU: Be on the lookout for a menu overhaul
by Huntington hot spot Honu Kitchen and Cocktails. Word is
that traditional composed plates will replace the small plates
concept at Honu. For a sneak peek, take a look at the restaurants
Dine Huntington Restaurant Week menu posted on www.DineHuntington.com.
GOURMET TO FOLD: Sad news on the Foodie front
Condé Nasts Gourmet magazine is slated to fold
at the end of the year after 70 years in business, CNN reports.
Condé Nast officials say the magazine, which has more
than 1 million subscribers, has been slain by television cooking
shows, and online sales nibbled away at advertising revenue.
The publisher, though, will use the Gourmet name in publishing
books and producing TV shows, and will post Gourmet recipes
on epicurious.com. Heres hoping they make it long enough
to put out their annual November issue preparing the
featured meal has become a Thanksgiving tradition for many
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