Hamptons Dining Dish: Sabrosa Mexican Grill, Fresh Hamptons, Harbor Market

Sabrosa Mexican Grill in Water Mill.
Sabrosa Mexican Grill in Water Mill. Photo credit: Jarno Huttunen

Sabrosa Mexican Grill in Water Mill now offers a tofu option for its burritos and burrito bowls, and it is tasty! Vegetarians and other healthy eaters are lapping it up. Sabrosa puts a new spin on the concept of fast food, offering nutritious Mexican meals, made with natural, grass-fed, hormone-free, organic ingredients. Burritos, burrito bowls, quesadillas, tacos and salads—with your choice of beef, pork, chicken, steak or vegetarian/vegan—are all available. Extras include four different types of salsa, from mild to extra hot, and the house-made, signature guacamole. Join the Belly Loyalty Rewards program to receive free perks as you rack up more purchases. Sabrosa, 1152 Montauk Highway, Water Mill, 631-726-6565, sabrosamexicangrill.com

Would you like music with that? FRESH Hamptons in Bridgehampton hosts Live Music Mondays every Monday starting at 6:30 p.m. The house band plays first for about a half-hour as open mic guests sign up, followed by a featured act. After that, open mic guests perform. Visit freshhamptons.com for information on additional weekly specials.  The menu section, under “Specials and Holidays,” has information about theme nights. Fresh Hamptons, 203 Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton, 631-537-4700, freshamptons.com

Harbor Market and Kitchen will soon open in the former Espresso space in Sag Harbor. The building, which housed a market in the 1950s, will be transformed into a take-out kitchen open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as a grocery store with staple items and prepared and made-to-order food. The market, owned by husband and wife team Paul and Susana Del Favero, will be open year-round, seven days a week. The menu will be crafted seasonally, and kids’ items will be on offer as well. “I want Harbor Market and Kitchen to become a great neighborhood market with quality staples but also real value,” Paul Del Favero says. “I love the idea of dishing up restaurant-quality food that you share around your own kitchen table with friends and family.” Harbor Market and Kitchen, 184 Division Street, Sag Harbor, harbormarket.com

Gene Krupski and Drew Krupski of MarGene Farms
Gene Krupski and Drew Krupski of MarGene Farms.
Photo credit: Barbara Lassen

MarGene Farms in Mattituck is known for growing delicious local ginger and a wide variety of produce including organic potatoes and cabbages. They also now offer locally grown peanuts and turmeric! See exactly what they’re up to at the Riverhead Farmers Market on Saturday or Sunday or at the Topping Rose Farmers Market in Bridgehampton on Saturday, January 17. 631-298-7688

Long Island Restaurant Week returns April 26–May 3. For the latest deals on meals and a growing list of participating restaurants, visit longislandrestaurantweek.com

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