Grab a prix fixe dinner during the Super Bowl or stop at a local restaurant beforehand to pick up some food for your watch party.
La Fondita of Amagansett is offering a Fiesta Dip ($7.50) that fits in perfectly at all Super Bowl parties. The layered dip of refried beans, seasoned cream cheese, shredded jack and shredded cheddar with diced chilies may be purchased cold to take home and cook when you’re ready. Serve with tortilla chips, serves 4 to 6 people. 631-267-8800. lafondita.net
The Lobster Grille of Southampton offers an early bird prix fixe Thursday through Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m. The $15.95 menu features three courses. Dinner begins with a Caesar salad followed by one entrée and one dessert. Entrée choices include: salmon with a horseradish crust and lemon sauce, pan-roasted chicken with rosemary pancetta, crispy jumbo shrimp with tartar sauce, crab-crusted flounder with roasted corn sauce and one of Chef’s daily specials. Dessert selections include: bread pudding with bourbon caramel sauce, apple tatin with ice cream and berries and vanilla or chocolate ice cream. 631-283-1525. lobstergrilleinn.com
Matsulin of Hampton Bays serves authentic Asian cuisine Monday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 10 p.m. Menu items from the wok and grill include a crispy basil spring roll ($5) with carrot, cabbage, fresh basil and vermicelli, miso soup ($3), and miso orange sea bass ($25), a seared and marinated Chilean sea bass filet with miso-infused sauce. The sushi bar includes the classics and specialty rolls such as: California roll ($5), spicy tuna roll ($6), rainbow roll ($13) and volcano roll ($12). 631-728-8838. matsulin.com
Nick and Toni’s of East Hampton serves brunch every Sunday. A “to start and to share” selection includes hearts of Romaine with Caesar dressing, garlic croutons and Grana Padano with crispy chicken ($12), pizzetta margherita with fresh mozzarella, tomato and basil ($16) and pizzetta al salmon ($19) with house-cured salmon, mascarpone, red onions and capers. “More like breakfast” items include Balsam Farms cheese pumpkin pancakes ($14) with fresh cinnamon cream and walnuts, frittata ($15) with agro-dolce peppers and goat cheese, and sweet potato hash ($17) with Brussels sprouts and fried organic egg. “More like lunch” items include: a Mortadella Panini ($17) with roasted figs and Asiago cheese, spaghetti ($18) with house-cured guacamole, red onion and fried egg, and chicken and biscuits ($18) with buttermilk chicken, chive biscuits and pancetta red eye gravy. 631-324-3550. nickandtonis.com
First and South of Greenport is now operating under winter hours. Dinner is served Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 5 to 10 p.m. and Sunday and Monday from 5 to 9 p.m. Brunch is served Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the restaurant is closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Select menu items include: Long Island calamari ($15) with preserved lemon, green onion and smoked yogurt, skirt steak ($30) with potato and bacon gratin, crispy Brussels sprouts and homemade steak sauce, and the Caesar ($14) with toma torino cheese, bluefish “anchovies” and sourdough croutons. 631-333-2200. firstandsouth.com