Side Dish: New Village Restaurant; Taste Of Long Island; & More

Compiled by Andrew Wroblewski

 A rendering depicts the soon-to-open Hatch at 286 Main St., Huntington.

A rendering depicts the soon-to-open Hatch at 286 Main St., Huntington.

OPEN YOUR HATCH: There’s a new restaurant planned for the corner of Main and Wall streets in Huntington village. What was once Tomo Hibachi is now being converted into Hatch, a Lessing’s eatery that will purportedly specialize in brunch. Our Foodies recently spotted a “now hiring” sign in the window of the 286 Main St. space. It directed us to hatchbrunch.com, which promises the restaurant will “change the perception of typical brunch” when it opens later this spring. We’ll keep you updated.

GET A TASTE: The 15th-annual Taste of Long Island culinary showcase is set for Thursday, April 19, 6:30-10 p.m. Long Island restaurateurs, chefs, brewers and more will flock to The Larkfield (507 Larkfield Road, East Northport) to show off their dishes, brews, wines and more. Tickets are $75 and will be available online through April 18 at Eastnorthport.com. They’ll also be sold the night of at the door for $85.

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BEER & PRETZELS: Some things are just better together, including beer and pretzels. The two will be paired Wednesday, April 18 at The Lark, which is hosting a craft beer and pretzel pairing. Four of Shipyard Brewing’s beers will be paired with four unique pretzels and dipping sauces. The flights cost $16. No reservation is required to indulge. There will also be giveaways and trivia starting at 9 p.m. The Lark is located at 93 Larkfield Road, East Northport. Call 631-262-9700 for more info.