TUESDAY BOOZEDAY: Each Tuesday until 10 p.m. at Nags Head (396 New York Ave., Huntington) draught beers are $2 off, which is good news considering it stocks 26 taps.For the non-beer drinkers, also during that time well drinks are $1 off and glasses of wine are $5. The Huntington village bar is packed with TVs and a projector, there are plenty of tables and bar seats, and there are games like foosball and darts to be played. Be sure to keep up with the Facebook page (@nagshead.alehouse) for open mic and trivia nights, which are typically held throughout the week.
SUPER BOWL SPECIALS: There are several Super Bowl parties being hosted at restaurants throughout the Town of Huntington this Sunday. To name a few, in Huntington village ToA’s party starts at 5 p.m. For $40, ToA (369 New York Ave., Huntington) promises to supply appetizers, a buffet and draft beer, along with three big-screen televisions and boxes available for $25. Reservations are required. For those who prefer to start earlier, Christopher’s Courtyard Cafe (8 Wall St., Huntington) is kicking off the day with Sunday brunch, 1-4 p.m. It’s an all-you-can eat buffet with bottomless mimosas or bloody mary’s for $20. Farther east in Northport, Napper Tandys (229 Laurel Ave.) is hosting a Super Bowl party of its own. There will be a free buffet, along with prizes and giveaways. Drink specials include $13 buckets of Miller Lite or Coors Light; $9 pitchers of Miller Lite and Coors Light; $18 buckets of Corona or Corona Light; $6 pints of Stoli Bloody Marys; and $4.50 drafts of Sam Adams pints. Food specials include wings and bits special for $9.99; and kick-off nachos for $8.99. In East Northport, Changing Times (526B Larkfield Road) is supplying a free, tailgate barbecue from 3-6 p.m. Those looking to stay for the game can reserve a table by calling 631-368-3255. There will be drink and food specials throughout the day, including $6 IPA beers and 50 cent buffalo wings. For those who would prefer to sit at home on the couch to watch the game, Changing Times is also accepting catering orders.
LAST CHANCE: There’s still time to vote for your favorite Huntington restaurants, shops and businesses in the Best of Huntington 2016 awards. Voting is open through 12 noon this Sunday at Longislandernews.com. There are several categories, including a few food-related showdowns: Who has the best burger? What’s the best steakhouse? Where is the best ice cream found? Cast your say today.