East Hampton’s Highway Restaurant and Bar offers Chef’s Special Dinners for up to 18 guests in a semi-private area of the dining room.
Highway Chef’s Table
Highway Restaurant and Bar has launched a Chef’s Table experience at East Hampton Space. Groups of 6 to 18 can enjoy a 4-course menu of Asian, Italian and Mediterranean cuisine in a semi-private area. The menu can be customized to each party’s individual tastes.
While this experience was designed with parties and celebrations in mind, it can be booked for any reason, including weddings and related events. We have devised menus for buffet-style or seated bridal showers and brunch. For all booking inquiries please contact [email protected].
Like many others in the US and UK attending what has come to be known as ‘Dry January’, this year there will be no alcoholic cocktails, wine-style drinks or near beer. You’ll have even more options to enjoy with. .
Wolffer Estate Vineyards, near our home, is once again promoting Spring in a Bottle’s non-alcoholic sparkling rose without mentioning the word. It was praised by Florence Fabricant of The New York Times and was named one of the seven top nons of the year last week by his VinePain, a digital platform that provides information and articles on “drink culture.” alcohol his wine.
The vineyard also proposes cocktails featuring Verjuice, a press of unfermented immature grapes. The Verjus Spritz is equal parts verjus, soda water and tonic with a lemon he twist garnish and is served over ice in a wine glass. 19 days until February — Cheers!
Lunar New Year
Sen will be celebrating the upcoming Year of the Rabbit on January 22nd with a special $85 Chef’s Dinner featuring local vendors such as Kidd Squid Brewery and Dragon Hemp in Sag Harbor and Balsam Farms in Amagansett.
The menu consists of several courses: scallops and oysters with garlic sauce, black chicken consommé, Peking duck, rabbit leg confit, rabbit and pâté dumplings, shiitake mushrooms, shrimp, sea urchin seasoned egg custard, golden Includes chocolate bar. for dessert. Prices do not include tax and gratuities, but beer and cocktail tastings are included.
the reservation [email protected].
sweet new year
Tate’s Bake Shop has announced two new cookie concepts for New Year’s nationwide distribution. The gluten-free lemon cookie tastes as crispy and buttery as the store’s flagship chocolate chip he cookie. Cookies have a suggested retail price of $5.99 per bag, are certified gluten-free by the National Celiac Association, and are certified kosher by the Orthodox Union.
Familiar to anyone who shoppers at Southampton’s original bakery, Tate’s Cookie Bark will soon go from local treasure to national treasure. The dark chocolate version has sea salt and the milk chocolate version has a drizzle of white chocolate. The suggested price is $6.49 for him in a 6 oz pouch. This line is also Kosher certified.
Dopo, not Troppo
Some restaurants will remain closed until the spring thaw, while others, like Dopo Argento, have just taken a post-holiday break. Southampton’s Italian Boite returns tomorrow with a budget-friendly two-course $39 set menu Monday through Thursday at 5pm and all day Sunday, in addition to its regular menu. However, it is not served on holidays or holiday weekends.
Bamboo Inn Southampton offers a $25 bento box every night from 4-6pm. Specials include edamame, salad, spicy tuna rolls, and two crispy pork dumplings. Appetizers can be selected from Mongolian beef, honey soy ginger salmon, sesame garlic tofu, and bang bang chicken.