MORE RESTAURANT WEEK: Several participants in Long
Island and Huntington Restaurant Weeks have extended the prix
fixe menus. From Huntington Restaurant Week, Almarco Italian
Grill, Blond Restaurant and Osteria Toscano have extended
the $24.95 menu. Christophers Courtyard Café
is offering a two-fer: two can get three course meals for
$24.95 total. Go to DineHuntington.com for details and menus.
Coming on the tail end of the Dine Huntington event, Long
Island Restaurant Week filled tables Islandwide. Local restaurants
extending the Long Island Restaurant Week offer include Grassos
in Cold Spring Harbor; Black & Blue Seafood Chophouse,
Guidos Italian Restaurant and Osteria Toscana in Huntington;
Legal Sea Foods in Huntington Station; Jacksons Restaurant
PRIME THANKSGIVING: For those who cant face the
kitchen, even on Thanksgiving, Prime An American Kitchen
and Bar (117 New York Ave., Huntington 631-385-1515 www.restaurantprime.com)
offers Thanksgiving diners celebration menus to go or to stay.
Prime chefs will cook a complete take-away dinner for 10-12
people for $279. The package includes a 20-pound roasted turkey,
sweet potatoes, herb-roasted root vegetables, Brussels sprouts
with smoked bacon, jellied cranberry sauce, pumpkin soup,
spiced crème fraiche, wild rice and chestnut mix, cornbread
tasso stuffing, whipped potatoes, giblet gravy and assorted
breads. For dessert, theres apple crumble pie and traditional
cheesecake. Of course, diners may also celebrate in one of
Primes well-appointed dining rooms between 1 and 8 p.m.
In addition to a la carte menus, several specials will be
offered, including a traditional Thanksgiving dinner of turkey
with giblet gravy, whipped potatoes, tasso cornbread stuffing,
roasted Brussels sprouts with bacon and cranberry sauce.
THANKSGIVING AT JONATHANS: Celebrate Thanksgiving
at Jonathans Ristorante (15 Wall St., Huntington 631-549-0055).
On Thursday, Nov. 26 from 1-8 p.m., they will be offering
their regular menu along with some Thanksgiving specials,
including a venison chop with baby root vegetables; Long Island
duck breast with cranberry, asparagus and more; and of course
roasted turkey with sausage and mushroom stuffing, mashed
potato, sweet potato puree, baby root vegetables, haricot
vert and cranberry sauce.
CLONING BILLY? From Epoch 5 public relations guru Katherine
Heavisides Facebook page comes the following observation:
Three restaurant owners in Huntington told me Billy
Joel ate at their restaurant last week Is the piano
man very hungry or has he been cloned? You gotta wonder.
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