By Carrie Parker
In between filling up baskets with chocolate eggs and goodies every Foodie needs to know where they’ll be filling up their plate on Easter Sunday, April 9. For those who haven’t hopped to it yet, not to worry – we’ve bounced around town to gather a few of Huntington’s eggceptional eateries, which are offering scrumptious Easter specials that everybunny is sure to enjoy.
Black & Blue Seafood Chophouse
65 Wall St.,
Enjoy a bountiful three-course prix fixe brunch ($27.95) with bottomless mimosa and Bloody Mary ($7). The first course includes flash-fried Thai calamari, poached pear salad, and a burrata and tomato napoleon stack. Second course options range from Nutella-banana stuffed challah French toast to surf & turf eggs benedict, to a Cuban sandwich, lobster crusted Atlantic salmon and more. Or create an omelet filled with meats, veggies and cheeses, and don’t forget the sides. For those who still have room, pick between three daily home-baked seasonal desserts.
Del Frisco’s Grille Huntington
160 Walt Whitman Road,
For those looking to indulge on Easter Sunday, Del Frisco’s Grille Huntington will be featuring a 16 oz. slow-roasted prime rib special and a new Peepin’ Cold Brew cocktail made with vanilla vodka, cold brew coffee and Monin salted caramel with a classic Easter Peep garnish. With the complete brunch menu available all weekend long, and an extended brunch till 4 p.m. on Easter Sunday, guests can enjoy creative twists on classic brunch-time favorites such as red velvet Belgian waffles and mimosas, along with the Grille’s signature cheesesteak eggrolls, truffle-chive deviled eggs and decadent lemon cake.
Honu – Kitchen & Cocktails
363 New York Ave.,
Honu will have a special Easter Sunday brunch menu from 12 noon-4 p.m. in addition to its regular menu from 12 noon-9 p.m. Dishes include banana nut pancakes with Vermont maple syrup and fresh whipped cream ($16); a smoked salmon and spinach salad with lemon-dill vinaigrette ($18); steak and eggs benedict with home fries ($19); a wild mushroom and honey goat cheese omelet ($16); braised short rib hash ($18); crab cake and avocado benedict ($18); and a Waldorf chicken salad on a buttery croissant ($15).
515 Broadhollow Road,
Bring your empty baskets and bellies to a Bunny Brunch and Easter egg hunt at The Refuge on Easter Sunday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. The Easter Bunny will also be hopping by 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Enjoy favorites from the a la carte brunch menu, like Morning Glory French Toast ($14.50), crab cake benedict, Belgian waffles, huevos ranchero pizza, and more.
Ruvo will be celebrating Easter all day on Sunday. The brunch buffet from 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. will feature omelet and carving stations, as well as a complimentary Bloody Mary or mimosa included with the $29.95 pp meal. From 3-8 p.m., choose from an exclusive prix fixe dinner menu, $55-65 pp. Courses include calamari fritti, rack of lamb, flounder and shrimp oreganata, smoked country ham, and rigatoni veal meatballs. Sweet treats for dessert include plus mascarpone cheesecake, apricot sobetto and a homemade chocolate chip cannoli.
55 Main St.,
Cold Spring Harbor
Sandbar is offering specials from 12 noon-8 p.m. on Easter Sunday. For an appetizer, choose from bacon frisée salad ($14), cantaloupe and mozzarella ($16), and roasted apple and red beet soup ($12). For your entrée, pick between stuffed leg of lamb ($36), apricot and mustard roasted ham ($30), and charred asparagus pasta ($26). For dessert, enjoy classic carrot cake, coconut-lemon bar with marshmallow, or brioche and cherry bread pudding (all $12).
34 Main St.,
Skippers will be serving a leg of lamb special on Easter Sunday,
as well as Bloody Marys and mimosas for $4 until 5 p.m. If you’re looking for dinner and fun, make sure to stop across the street at Northport Village Park at 1 p.m. for an Easter egg hunt in the park sponsored by the Northport/Centerport Lions Club.