Side Dish - Feast On Pasta, Dance The Tango, & More


Tutto Pazzo’s fresh-made pasta, pictured above, can now be purchased by calling 631-271-2253.

Tutto Pazzo’s fresh-made pasta, pictured above, can now be purchased by calling 631-271-2253.

PASTA FACTORY AND MORE: The Tutto Pazzo pasta factory is now open for business. The 84 New York Ave. restaurant in Huntington is offering to make fresh pasta to order (prices vary). Also, every Sunday at Tutto Pazzo is family-style Sunday, when the restaurant offers double size portions for the price of one. For more information, to place an order, or make a reservation,call 631-271-2253.


TANGO WEDNESDAYS: Each Wednesday starting at 7 p.m., Cafe Buenos Aires (23 Wall St., Huntington) is hosting Tango Wednesdays. The restaurant promises to supply an intimate setting to relax, dine imbibe, socialize and tango — with no cover charge. All are welcome, just bring your dancing shoes. Tables are limited, so be sure to make a reservation by calling 631-603-3600.


SOCIAL HOURS: Sandbar (55 Main St., Cold Spring Harbor) is now hosting “Social Hours” Monday-Friday, 4-7 p.m. During that time, stop by for 25-percent off appetizers and 25 different wines. For more information, or to make a reservation, call 631-498-6188.


Pictured above, from left, are Christopher Lopa, general manager, Applebee’s; Kevin Coughlin, director of operations, Applebee’s; Staff Sergeant Ramon Perez, United States Marine Corps; John Antosiewicz, area director, Applebee’s.

Pictured above, from left, are Christopher Lopa, general manager, Applebee’s; Kevin Coughlin, director of operations, Applebee’s; Staff Sergeant Ramon Perez, United States Marine Corps; John Antosiewicz, area director, Applebee’s.

TOTS GET $92K: Representatives of Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar recently presented a check for $92,912 to the U.S. Marines Corps in support of its Toys for Tots program. The funds were raised during Applebee’s annual Breakfast with Santa events held on Long Island, in which 100 percent of the proceeds benefitted underprivileged children in local communities during the holiday season. There are two Applebee’s locations within the Town of Huntington. The Commack location raised $3,358 and the Huntington Station location raised $4,084. Over the past 18 years, Applebee’s locations owned and operated by Doherty Enterprises in Florida, Georgia, New Jersey and Long Island – which donated a combined total of $264,723 as a result of its 2016 Breakfast with Santa fundraiser – have raised more than $4.1 million for the Toys for Tots initiative, helping to spread holiday cheer to over 230,000 deserving children.