Side Dish: Hush Opens; Watch The Fight; Pizza Tuesdays

Hush Bistro is open for business in Huntington village, serving up a lot more than just ribs.

Hush Bistro is open for business in Huntington village, serving up a lot more than just ribs.

HUSH OPENS: Chef Marc Anthony Bynum has opened in Huntington village the second Hush Bistro location. Hush, formerly exclusive to Farmingdale, has opened its doors at 46 Gerard St., the former location of Salumeria Pomodoro. Bynum’s resume includes top tables throughout Long Island, such as Four Food Studio, Tellers, Prime Restaurant and Venue 56. He’s also a two-time winner of Food Network’s competitive cooking show, “Chopped,” and enjoyed a stint on “Chopped Champions.” The Huntington location’s kitchen hours are 5-10 p.m., Monday-Thursday; 5 p.m.-12 midnight, Friday-Saturday; and 4-9 p.m., Sunday. The bar is open late on both Friday and Saturday nights. Our Foodies have their eyes on a few of the menu items, including the pork belly ($16), served with carrot coconut puree and wild mushroom; and the HB Burger ($18), which melds dry-aged beef, pancetta, tomato jam, arugula, herb mayo on brioche, and is served with truffle fries and ricotta salata. To make a reservation, visit Reststarinc.com/hush-bistro, or call 631-824-6350.

In the most anticipated boxing match of the year, Connor McGregor, left, will face undefeated world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr., and bars around town will be showing the fight this Saturday.

In the most anticipated boxing match of the year, Connor McGregor, left, will face undefeated world champion Floyd Mayweather Jr., and bars around town will be showing the fight this Saturday.

WATCH THE FIGHT: A few bars around Huntington will be showing the big fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Connor McGregor this Saturday night. Changing Times (526 Larkfield Road, East Northport) will have a $20 cover charge the night of the fight. Rust & Gold (345 Main St., Huntington) is accepting table reservations, and will be open to walk-ins the night of from 8 p.m. on. A four-person table will run $250 and includes the cover charge, a “Beast” (40 wings), and a couple of buckets of beer. Reservations need to be made in person. Or take on the standard cover charge of $40 the night of.

Jewel’s duck confit pizza with leeks and caramelized onions.

Jewel’s duck confit pizza with leeks and caramelized onions.

PIZZA TUESDAYS: Every Tuesday at Jewel Restaurant (400 Broadhollow Road, Melville) the pizza is half price in the bar and lounge. There are a bunch of options to choose from, including the duck confit pizza with leeks and caramelized onions ($16.95); Millionaire’s Pizza with black truffle, mushrooms, fontina and farm egg ($21.95); and just plain old tomato with basil and mozzarella ($13.95). For more information, call 631-755-5777.