Pizza & Pets
Local pizza restaurants are supporting Southampton Animal Shelter’s dogs. Scotto’s in Hamptons Bays and Tonino’s in Westhampton will be delivering pizzas with photos of shelter dogs on the boxes.
“It is a great way to help promote our dogs and help find their forever homes. Thank you to Scotto’s and Tonino’s for joining in our mission. We are looking forward to this trend continuing and teaming up with more pizza places. It would be great for all shelters to team up with their local pizza establishments and do this all over the island,” said Kate McEntee, director of adoptions.
“We wanted focus on our dogs that need a little extra help finding their homes. Such as a bonded pair, mother and daughter Jack Russell terriers named Roxie and Rosie, who are looking for a home together. They are fabulous dogs who are very loving, however, it has been taking a while to get them adopted. We are determined for them to stay together. We hope someone orders a pizza, falls in love with their sweet faces, and hops in their car to come meet them at the shelter,” she continued.
Hampton Coffee Montauk
A new Hampton Coffee Company location will open in Montauk. This marks the roaster’s fifth spot on the East End. The new café is located at 732 Montauk Highway, across from Chase Bank. For more information, visit www.hamptoncoffeecompany.com or call 631-668-8206.
Wood-Fired Lamb Feast
Lulu Kitchen and Bar in Sag Harbor will be celebrating Easter by offering a special Wood-Fired Lamb Feast from 11:30 AM to 10 PM on Sunday, April 12. Cost for the meal is $48 per person plus tax and gratuity, and a two-person minimum is required. The a la carte menu will also be available. Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling the restaurant at 631-725-0900.