Highway Restaurant and Bar has brought back its popular off-season specials for the fall.
amber wave class
Amber Waves Farm will be hosting many classes and workshops this fall. From digging up dahlia tubers and drying flowers for safe winter storage, to making pasta and spreads for bread, there’s something for anyone interested in the home, hearth, or garden. there is.
Sign up is on the Amber Waves website and class fees range from $5 to $50.
highway to fall
Highway Restaurant and Bar celebrates shoulder season with a pink Paloma cocktail for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, donating a portion of the proceeds to the Breast Cancer Coalition.
The restaurant also hosts some of your favorite theme nights, such as Thai Night, held on the first Thursday of each month. This night, he trades his full menu for Thai-inspired dishes. Peking Duck Night is also held every Friday. The restaurant sells out of tables and ducks, so booking in advance is recommended.
Shuko’s sushi service will be available this fall on Saturday nights, and on Sundays a highway pizza truck will drive the restaurant in front of it.
Restaurant week autumn
The Fall iteration of Long Island Restaurant Week will resume on November 6th, with participating restaurants choosing to offer one or all of four options.
Restaurants that have joined South Fork so far are Carissa at Water Mill, Southampton Public House in Southampton and Mana at Lobster Inn in Southampton. Details and the latest attendees will be provided in issues closer to the event, published until November 13th.
Updates are also posted on the Long Island Restaurant Week website.
Salute to Sour Power
Slow Food East End has teamed up with Jamesport Farmstead to celebrate the fall harvest with a festival dedicated to fermentation.
The ‘no-till organic farm’ will house a treasure trove of cabbages planted for use by Slow Food during the event, highlighting chef and executive Peter Burley’s commitment to the health benefits of fermentation and 200 years of Celebrate the history of cabbage cultivation. and harvested on Long Island.
On October 22nd, we will hold a workshop on shredding sauerkraut using traditional tools. Slow his food blog chronicles this season’s plantings with photos and stories.