NATIONAL EXPOSURE: Offering fresh fruits, vegetables and eggs, Kerber’s Farm in Huntington is known for its popular jam recipes, egg sandwiches, and handmade pies, cookies, and more. Now, the farm is gaining national recognition with Kerber’s Farm brand gift crates being sold in every Neiman-Marcus store across the country. Collaborating with Mackenzie-Childs, the farm is bringing a selection of its wholesome provisions and handmade goods from the shop located at 309 W Pulaski Road. Neiman-Marcus will be offering a variety of different kits from Kerber’s Farm, including an organic herb kit; a kitchen companion kit; a jam sampler kit; and a weekender kit, with multigrain pancake mix, Vermont maple syrup, hot cocoa mix, Colombian coffee, and scone mix. For more information, or to purchase a kit, visit Neimanmarcus.com.
SOMETHING TO WINE ABOUT: Enjoy half price ($40 or more) bottles of wine every Monday at Piccola Bussola Ristorante (970 W Jericho Turnpike, Huntington). To make a reservation, call 631-692-6300 or visit piccolabussolarestaurant.com/huntington.
KEEP ON WINING: Jonathan’s Ristorante in Huntington village offers 30-percent off bottles from its award-winning wine list Sundays and Mondays. Stop in for happy hour (5-8 p.m., Sunday-Friday) and enjoy $1 oysters, clams or shrimp cocktail, and $2 oyster rockefeller, clams casino or crab cakes while taking $3 off all cocktails, beers and wines by teh glass. To make a reservation, call 631-549-0055 or visit jonathansristorante.com.
GRUB, BREW & BOWLING: Commack is getting a new bowling alley. Bowlero Commack — formerly Commack Vet Lanes — is set to open this Saturday, Oct. 15, at 2183 Jericho Turnpike. The newly-updated alley spans 36,000 square feet and promises to offer plenty of drinks and food to indulge in while enjoying the 40 lanes of backlight bowling. Some of the menu highlights include a “Party Pretzel,” the signature Behemoth Burger and desserts like the S’Mores Skillet. There’s a high-end sports bar and dining area, too, along with an arcade boasting games like the “World’s Largest Pac-Man.” Tom Shannon, CEO of Bowlmor AMF, said the company is “very excited to introduce Bowlero to the Long Island market. Our newest location in Commack stays true to the kind of innovative entertainment that lies at the very heart of Bowlero — and we can’t wait to share that experience with everyone on the Island.” The Commack location marks the tenth Bowlero location to open in the U.S., and the first in New York. Operating hours are Monday and Wednesday, 10 a.m-12 midnight; Tuesday and Sunday, 9 a.m.-12 midnight; Thursday, 3 p.m.-12 midnight; Friday, 10 a.m.-1 a.m.; and Saturday, 9 a.m.-2 a.m. For more information on Bowlero Commack, visit bowlero.com.