SIDE DISH: Prix-Fixe At Jonathan's, Brunch For Early Birds, Porterhouse For 2

  Jonathan's Ristorante offers a $35 Summer  prix fixe  menu that you can enjoy on their new patio.

Jonathan's Ristorante offers a $35 Summer prix fixe menu that you can enjoy on their new patio.

Summertime Deals…
Jonathan’s Ristorante
(15 Wall Street, Huntington, 631-549-0055, jonathansristorante.com) offers a $35 Summer Prix Fixe menu all night long from Sunday through Friday. The three-course menu includes appetizer options like the crab cake with frisee and apple salad or polenta with sautéed wild mushrooms. Entrees include salmon served with an heirloom potato and string bean salad and dill vinaigrette or Long Island duck breast with Brussels sprouts and blackberry sauce. Diners looking for something sweet can finish the meal with one of four dessert options that include a flourless chocolate cake or tiramisu. The price fixed menu is available in addition to Jonathan’s regular dinner menu.

  The Shed will open earlier, serving breakfast and lunch from 10 a.m. daily, 9 a.m. weekends.

The Shed will open earlier, serving breakfast and lunch from 10 a.m. daily, 9 a.m. weekends.

The Early Bird Gets Brunch…
Early birds will be happy to hear that The Shed (54 New Street, Huntington, 631-385-7433, Intheshed.com) announced last week that the restaurant would open its doors an hour earlier. The restaurant will now begin serving up breakfast and lunch items from its menu starting at 10 a.m., Monday-Friday. The Shed’s popular weekend brunch will also start earlier. The restaurant will open at 9 a.m. on weekends for anyone looking to get a jump on the brunch crowd. Brunch options on The Shed’s menu include Avocado Toast and Sunny Eggs ($13.50) with watermelon radish, tomato and arugula, or the Chicken and Waffles plate ($16.25) with habanero honey.

Steakhouse Specials…
Mac’s Steakhouse (12 Gerard Street, Huntington, 631-549-5300, macssteakhouse.com) is now offering a decadent date night option with its Porterhouse Special. The special menu, available Monday through Thursday, includes two appetizers, a salad, a dry aged porterhouse steak for two, two sides and a dessert for $125. The four appetizer options are baked clams, fried calamari, tenderloin meatballs and mozzarella and tomatoes. The dessert choices include apple crisp, warm chocolate cake and caramel cheesecake. On Fridays, Mac’s also offers a Surf and Turf dinner for two. The menu includes a choice of salad to start, and entrée course that features a 16 ounce filet mignon and a seafood platter with four scallops, a six ounce salmon and a six ounce lobster tail, two sides and a choice of dessert.