Easter Brunch: Finley’s of Greene Street (43 Green St., Huntington) is offering a special Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on April 21. The holiday brunch will feature an all you can eat buffet for $34.95 per person. Children 10 and under can eat for half price. The food options at the buffet will include waffles, pancakes, eggs, bacon and other items from Finley’s extensive brunch menu that is regularly served on Sunday mornings. In addition to the food options, a seat at the brunch table will earn you a complimentary Bloody Mary or Mimosa from the bar. Diners can have access to unlimited Bloody Marys or Mimosas for an additional $18. The buffet will be served during three seatings at 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. To make a reservation for one of these times call 631-351-3440.
Or Easter Dinner: Jonathan’s Ristorante (15 Wall St., Huntington) is offering a special Easter Dinner menu from 1 p.m.-8 p.m. on April 21. The menu includes six special savory dishes and a dessert. Starters include Pancetta and Corn Chowder with shrimp or Seared Sea Scallops with celery root puree and truffle vinaigrette. Main course specials include Sweet Water Prawns served with cannellini beans served with rainbow Swiss chard, or Braised Lamb Shank with potato puree and asparagus. The dessert is a Pine Nut and Chestnut Tart with zabaglione gelato. Jonathan’s regular dinner menu will also be available on the special occasion. To make a reservation visit Jonathansristorante.com or call 631-549-0055.
Lessing’s Tries To “Do Good”: The Lessing’s Hospitality Group, which owns Finnegan’s in Huntington village and Sandbar in Cold Spring Harbor, are partnering this month with Island Harvest Food Bank for its “Do Good” initiative. Lessing’s team members donated their time to help plant and cultivate the Island Harvest Food Bank’s 1.8-acre “Giving Garden” in Brentwood on April 9. The company will also help fundraise for Island Harvest throughout the month, culminating on Earth Day, April 22, when Lessing’s will match 100 percent of the donations made to Island Harvest on Earth Day up to $5,000. Island Harvest’s mission is to help the 300,000 Long Islanders struggling with hunger and food insecurity. “Hospitality and giving back go hand in hand. Whether it be supporting a local cause close to our hearts or to our employees, cleaning the beaches, or helping those in need, it is what gives us a purpose,” Lessing’s VP Mark Lessing said. Vist Facebook.com/Lessingshospitality to make a donation during the “Do Good” campaign.