It’s that delicious time of year once again. Hamptons Restaurant Week 2016, running from April 3–10, is sure to delight with offerings from the East End’s top restaurants.
Establishments including The 1770 House, Dockers Waterside, Fresno, La Plage, Nick & Toni’s, The Patio, Red Bar, Shippy’s Pumpernickels Restaurant East, Stone Creek Inn, Sundays on the Bay, Trumpets on the Bay, and the others highlighted below will be offering a tantalizing three-course prix fixe for $27.95 all night, with the exception of Saturday, when this special prix fixe price concludes at 7 p.m.
The below Hamptons Restaurant Week headliners offer great food and dining deals year-round. Click the links for reviews!
All-American Sag Harbor restaurant Baron’s Cove offers diners exquisite sunset and waterfront views over beautiful Sag Harbor Cove. Chef Matty Boudreau works to offer the freshest ingredients in all his dishes.
The Bell & Anchor is known for wholesome foods rooted in the lush history of Sag Harbor, Noyac and the Peconic Bay region. The menu features local seafood, vegetables, beer and wine, and steak.
Page at 63 Main in Sag Harbor combines ingredients from local farms and fisheries with their own local produce grown in-house, and features a live music series of jazz, swing, soul, and gospel.
Wölffer Kitchen is the ﬁrst winery-owned restaurant on the South Fork and it focuses on American cuisine with a Mediterranean influence. Chef Brian Cheewing works to perfect food that is local, fresh, seasonal, and that pairs well with Long Island wines.
Riverhead’s Tweeds specializes in bison dishes, and serves the East End’s best wines. Their lunch menu also offers a wide array of soups and appetizers.
Calverton’s Cooperage Inn, which neighbors Long Island wine country, is a charming country inn that takes great pride in serving local produce as well as fresh fish and meats. Sauces are prepared on premises and can be adjusted for those with dietary restrictions, such as low fat and low salt. The brunch buffet also features a fresh omelet station, eight hot chafing dish selections, freshly squeezed juice and a complimentary bloody mary or mimosa.
In Hampton Bays, Cowfish is known for its gorgeous waterfront and panoramic views. Cowfish features their “Happiest Hour in Hampton Bays” with half-price drinks and appetizers Monday– Friday, 4– 6 p.m. Look for work by local artists gracing the walls of this go-to eatery.
The menu at Cowfish’s sister restaurant Rumba is inspired by chef and owner David Hersh’s travels through the Caribbean. This themed waterfront restaurant offers island-inspired cuisine such as Seared Ahi Tuna, Dominican Ribs and tropical drinks that are sure to put you in an island state of mind.
On the North Fork, Greenport’s Noah’s is known for their trademark seafood-inspired small plates and local ingredients. Opened in 2010, Noah’s has received numerous accolades, and Chef Noah Schwartz was recognized in 2012 and 2013 by Best Chefs America.
Legends in New Suffolk offers two differently styled dining areas perfect for a family gathering or a romantic dinner. Chef Ralph Foulkes works to perfect dishes highlighting locally sourced ingredients, including fresh-caught fish and seasonal vegetables.
Visit hamptonsrestaurantweek.com for a complete list of participating restaurants.