The Manhattan branch of The Old Stove Pub opens Thursday on First Avenue in Midtown.
Highway Restaurants and Bars will bring Autostrada Pizza Trucks to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital on Thursdays from 11am to 2pm to raise funds for the Ellen Hermanson Breast Center in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. At the restaurant he chooses from four different pizzas. Each price is $30 for center profit.
sausage is made
Karina Forrest (manager of Karina Fengler, Loaves and Fishes, under her new married name – good luck!) makes sausages from pasture-raised pork at the Ludlow family’s Bridgehampton-based Mecox Bay Dairy. Using her own recipe, she has produced Italian sausages and breakfast sausages that will be available at Robes and Fishes as long as supplies last.
Otono at Cosh
Coche Comedor offers a new autumn menu based on seasonal ingredients from the South Fork.
Amagansett restaurant chef Juan Juarez added a black kale salad with ingredients from Balsam Farms. Shaved brussels sprouts with a Mexican-style Caesar salad. local catch ceviche; appetizer of local yellowfin tuna, skirt steak and braised pumpkin from Balsam Farms, served with hand-pressed his tortillas. Other options include swordfish, grilled tuna, chili-braised mushroom quesadillas, huevos rancheros, Mexican rice, shellfish, local seafood, and chorizo.
East Hampton’s Nick and Toni’s is throwing dough in again by bringing individual pizzas back to its fall menu. The Italian-themed restaurant offers options such as margheritas with house-made mozzarella cheese. Funghi with mushrooms, ricotta cheese, fontina and Nick and Toni eggs. Italian sausage, provolone, broccoli rabe pesto, spicy salsiccia with cherry bomb his peppers, pepperoni pizza with hot his honey.
new stove pub
In the sophisticated and sometimes uneven tradition of South Fork eateries moving west into the big cities, Joey DeCristofaro (born and raised in Southampton) is the owner of Manhattan’s Sagaponack’s Old Stove Pub. Try your luck at the outpost.
Opening on Thursday at 59th Street and First Avenue, it maintains its Mediterranean steakhouse vibe and also offers a long list of house martinis and signature cocktails, including 20 wines by the glass. Happy Hour from 4pm with Barhi menu and drink specials. Plans for Saturday and Sunday brunch should be fleshed out by the end of the month.
lose one’s job
Jobs Lane Ristorante, which stood in various forms on the corner of Jobs Lane and Windmill Lane, has had the same ownership for 19 years, but last week announced that it would be closing for good.
In a letter posted on the front door and on the restaurant’s Instagram account, executive chef and space owner William Oster said he was transitioning to restaurant consulting and private event catering. A veteran of the year, we also accept consultations on kitchen and menu design, front and back of the house. He also offers home cooking classes in addition to catering.
In the letter, he said the restaurant was scheduled to remain open until the end of October, but that staff had been relocated to another location sooner than expected. I can do it.