Side Dish: Mother's Day Plans, RadioRadio Opens, & Breweries Team Up

Treat mom next weekend to a meal on Mother’s Day, such as brunch at IMC Restaurant in Huntington. Pictured, IMC’s pancakes and seasonal fruit.

Treat mom next weekend to a meal on Mother’s Day, such as brunch at IMC Restaurant in Huntington. Pictured, IMC’s pancakes and seasonal fruit.

MOTHER’S DAY PLANS: Looking to treat mom to breakfast, lunch or dinner on Mother’s Day? Well restaurants across town have you covered. Here are a few that are offering up Mother’s Day specials on Sunday, May 14. In Huntington village, IMC Restaurant (279 Main St.; 631-824-6222) will have brunch from 12 noon-4 p.m., but will also offer a prix-fixed menu ($49.95 per person) for both lunch and dinner. There will be drink specials, too, such as specialty cocktails for $10 and discounts on bottles of wine. IMC also promises to give out complimentary to moms. At Jonathan’s Ristorante (15 Wall St.; 631-549-0055) brunch will be served 11 a.m.-2 p.m. for $38 per adult, or $18 per child. The menu offers a choice of an appetizer, including Gazpacho di Pomodoro; a main course, like homemade waffles with fresh blueberries and vanilla gelato; and dessert, such as tiramisu. There will also be mimosas and Bloody Marys for $6 each. Later on, from 3-9 p.m., the regular dinner menu and specials will offered. ToA (369 New York Ave.; 631-673-7377), meanwhile, promises to supply a free glass of prosecco for every mom who stops into the Asian fusion restaurant. In Northport Village, 7T8 European Fusion (78 Main St.; 631-651-8808) is offering a three-course, price-fixe menu ($29.99 per person). Choose between the house or Caesar salads. Then move on to one of four entrée offerings, such as the pan-seared, blackened wild salmon that’s tossed in herbs, grana cheese and garlic-infused olive oil that served with fingerling potatoes and lemon-glazed asparagus. Top it all off with one of 7T8’s six desserts, such as the cinnamon doughnuts, which are served with vanilla mascarpone cream and salted caramel. The restaurant will also supply one free mimosa for mom. As for those in Melville area, Jewel (400 Broadhollow Road; 631-755-5777) is offering brunch from 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., and dinner from 4-8 p.m. Brunch is prix-fixed ($39.95 per person) and includes three courses. To start, choose between appetizers like the tuna tartare or shrimp and veal meatballs. Move on to entrees like the grilled salmon with spring ratatouille. Finish it off with a dessert like the butter pecan bread pudding. For the later crowd, dinner ($59.95 per person) also includes three courses. To start, there are options like the grilled oysters ($5 supplement). The eleven entrée choices include the grilled marinated skirt steak and butter poached lobster. For dessert, try one of four offerings, including the gelato or sorbet. There will also be a menu for kids under age 12 that will be available all day for $21.95.

NEW RESTAURANT:RadioRadio, a southern barbecue bistro and bar, is set to debut at 4 p.m. on Friday. The bistro, which is run by Vauxhall co-owners Eric Finneran, Salvatore Mignano and Dan Valentino and chef Michael Meehan, is opening up right next to Vauxhall at 24 Clinton Ave.

Photo/Facebook/SandCityBrewingCo.

Photo/Facebook/SandCityBrewingCo.

BREWERIES TEAM-UP: Sand City Brewing Co. posted this photo to its Facebook page last week, announcing a collaboration with Steve Pominksi, center, owner and brewer of Farmingdale-based Barrage Brewing Company. He’s flanked by Sand City’s Billy Powell and Kevin Sihle. Keep up with them at Sandcitybeer.com.