Compiled by Andrew Wroblewski
MEATONISM: Blackstone Steakhouse’s third annual Meatonism beefsteak dinner is Wednesday, May 23, 6:30 p.m. For $159 per person (plus tax and tip) chow down on and drink up some of the 300 Wagyu beef slides; 160 crabcakes; 150 pounds of beef wellington; 125 pounds of bacon-wrapped short ribs; 120 pounds of Maine lobsters; 200 pounds of dry-aged black Angus NY strip steak; 20 pound wheels of cheese; 300 gallons of Brooklyn Lager; and 36 liters of Jack Daniel’s. To reserve your spot call 631-271-7780. Blackstone is located at 10 Pinelawn Road, Melville.
EAT, DRINK, SEE THE METS: There’s a group trip to Citi Field leaving from The Lark Pub & Grub this Sunday. Meet at The Lark (93 Larkfield Road, East Northport) at 9 a.m. for breakfast and a beer. Keep drinking on the bus, which leaves at 9:45 a.m., and head to Citi Field. Before the game, there will be a two-hour tailgate with heroes, salads, chicken, beer, soda, water and more. Seats are in the Coke Corner and include all-you-can-drink and -eat vouchers. After the game, which starts at 1:10 p.m., head back on the bus for drinks and snacks. End up back at The Lark around 6:30 p.m. Total cost is $125. Call 631-262-9700 to reserve a spot.
BURGER MONTH: May is National Hamburger Month, so fire up the grill and line it with as many delicious burgers as you can. What’s your favorite burger in Huntington? Our Foodies would love to hear about and see them, so send us a picture of your favorite burger to email@example.com. Be sure to let us know where it’s from and what’s on it, too!
BEER WEEK CONTINUES: Cheers – it’s Long Island Craft Beer Week! Across Long Island restaurants, breweries and distributors are offering specials on suds through this Sunday. In Huntington, one of the township’s microbreweries, the Northport-based Sand City Brewing Co., and restaurants, The Lark Pub & Grub in East Northport, have joined the promotion. For more information, visit Licbw.us.
SPEAKING OF BEER: Huntington village’s first microbrewery, Six Harbors Brewing Company, is officially open for business. The beer is now flowing at 243 New York Ave., where brewer Mark Heuwetter is serving up beers that have names inspired by the local harbors, such as the Walt Whitman White XPA and Centerport Pils.