Side Dish: Chow Down At Wing Fest; & More

Side Dish
Compiled by Connor Beach & Andrew Wroblewski

  Brews Brothers at 69 Wall St., Huntington is hosting a celebration of their award winning wings on Monday, 6-11 p.m.   (Photo/Facebook/Brews Bros Huntington)

Brews Brothers at 69 Wall St., Huntington is hosting a celebration of their award winning wings on Monday, 6-11 p.m. (Photo/Facebook/Brews Bros Huntington)

WING FEST: Brews Brothers Grille, one of Huntington’s newest restaurants, will celebrate their dedication to all things wings with Wing Fest Huntington on June 11 from 6-11 p.m. The event will feature a variety of the restaurant’s award winning wing flavors like Classic Buffalo, 1st Place Cajun Wings, Sweet Thai Chili, HOT WINGS!, Teriyaki, BBQ, savory Garlic Parm and even Peanut Butter and Jelly Wings. The Brews Brothers know wings; the restaurant is a winner of the U.S. Chicken Wing Championship. The wing extravaganza will take place across both floors of the Brews Brothers location at 69 Wall St., Huntington. Admission is free; wings will be priced at 50 cents each.

  Thursday nights are Rose & Reggae night at The Refuge at 515 Broad Hollow Road in Melville.

Thursday nights are Rose & Reggae night at The Refuge at 515 Broad Hollow Road in Melville.

A DIFFERENT KIND OF R & R: Looking for a happy hour with a summertime twist? Stop by The Refuge in Melville every Thursday night from today until Sept. 21 for Rose & Reggae. The event features rose specials and live reggae music on the restaurant’s outdoor patio. The event starts at 5:30 p.m. on Thursdays and should be especially enjoyable as the evening temperatures continue to rise this summer. The Refuge is located near the Melville quadrangle on 515 Broad Hollow Road in Melville.  

NEW DUNKIN’: There’s a new Dunkin’ Donuts in East Northport. The 1903 Jericho Turnpike locations of the coffee and doughnuts chain opened last weekend. Along with the typical Dunkin offerings, the location also has a drive thru.

TREAT DAD TO A TREAT: Dads can feel like kings this Father’s Day with special steak cuts, including a 16-ounce 45-day Dry Aged Bone-Out Strip ($61), at Del Frisco’s Grille (160 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station). The steak pairs nicely with Catena Malbec, which is available on the Del Frisco’s wine list. There’s also the Dry Aged Strip alongside favorites like the Quinn’s Filet Burger and Moroccan-inspired Pan-Seared Scallops.