Side Dish: Personal Chef; Beer Dinners; And More

  Chef Nader Gebrin is offering his culinary services to those planning private parties.   Photo/Facebook/Bravo Nader

Chef Nader Gebrin is offering his culinary services to those planning private parties. Photo/Facebook/Bravo Nader

PRIVATE CHEF: Planning a party, but don’t want to do any cooking? Chef Nader Gebrin has you covered. The chef behind Bravo Nader in Huntington also makes house calls. He’s available to serve as a private chef for special occasions. He’s also offering cooking classes on March 18, April 22 and May 20. Call 631-425-7661 for more info, or to make a reservation.

RESTAURANT WEEK REMINDER: Did you sneak a peek at this year’s DineHuntington Spring Restaurant Week participants? We’ve revealed the first batch of participants in this issue — check out the back page — but there are still plenty more to come. Be sure to keep it locked to for updates, to plan your visits and take in the three-course, prix-fixe menus that will be offered at restaurants across town on Sunday, March 18-Sunday, March 25 (until 7 p.m. only on Saturday).

WINE TASTING: The Episcopal Church Women are hosting a wine tasting at St. John’s Episcopal Church (12 Prospect St.) on Saturday, March 10, 5-7 p.m. There will be an assortment of wines available to taste, and appetizers will be served. Cost is $10 per person. Email Fran Gorman at for more info.

PLAY SOME DARTS: Each Tuesday night, Huntington village speakeasy P’s & Q’s Autobody has a bullseye of a special. Not only are there dart board just waiting to be used, but the speakeasy also offers $4 Bud Light pints all night long. For those who aren’t keen on darts, the bar does also have a pool table. For more info, visit or call 631-629-5878.


BEER DINNERS: Farmingdale-based Barrage Brewing Company is teaming up with two Huntington-area restaurants for beer dinners over the next couple weeks. First up, tonight, Radio Radio (24 Clinton Ave., Huntington) will pair four of the brewery’s beers with four different dishes prepared by Chef Mike Meehan. For more information, or to make a reservation, call 631-923-2622. Next up, on March 17, Barrage’s brews will make their way to Jackson’s (6005 Jericho Turnpike, Commack) for another four-course, Irish-themed dinner -- just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Cost is $40 per person (not including tax and tip). Call 631-462-0822 to make a reservation.