L & W Market
L & W Market in Bridgehampton is bringing back a favorite tradition, Thursday Ramen. Place your order by Wednesday night, or before it sells out, and pick up on Thursday between 5 and 6 PM. Menu offerings change weekly. Call at 631-537-1123 or visit www.landwmarket.com.
Virtual Food Drive
Long Island Radio Broadcasting and Green Hill Kitchen and Que Restaurant in Greenport are hosting a virtual food drive to benefit Island Harvest Food Bank, to help those on Long Island who are struggling to put food on the table during the COVID-19 pandemic. Donations for the virtual food drive can be made by visiting either the WEHM, Beach Radio, or WBAZ website. Click the food drive banner to access the virtual supermarket and shop. A goal of $10,000 is underway.
Mother’s Day Special
Green Hill Kitchen & Que is offering take-out and delivery specials on Sunday, May 10, in celebration of Mother’s Day. All orders must be placed by Friday, May 8, and delivery and takeout will be available on Sunday, May 10 only. The cost is $40 per person. Some of the menu items include smoked prime brisket, smoked ham with charred pineapple, potato gratin, brownie bites, and more. Visit www.greenhillny.com or call 631-477-4900.
Feeding The Hungry
Honest Man Restaurants, the operators of Nick & Toni’s, Rowdy Hall, Townline BBQ, Coche Comedor, La Fondita, and Honest Catering, is partnering with the East End Food Institute to provide meals to families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Honest Man Restaurant employees will join East End Food Institute’s kitchen team at the commercial kitchen, located on Stony Brook University’s Southampton campus, to prepare and deliver 400 family meals (1600 servings) weekly to the Springs Food Pantry in East Hampton and Heart of the Hamptons, the food pantry in Southampton.
The meals will be distributed to families in need each Wednesday from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM in Southampton, and 3 to 6 PM in Springs.
“We are excited to be partnering with East End Food Institute,” said Toni Ross of Honest Man Restaurants. “It’s a trifecta of wins: we will be re-employing restaurant workers, supporting local farmers and purveyors, and addressing food insecurity at a time of great need.”
Kate Fullam, the executive director of East End Food Institute, said “This partnership showcases what I am most proud of at East End Food Institute. Our team and supporters are creative and collaborative, with the ability and willingness to be nimble in support of community service in the context of our mission to support local food.”
East End Food Institute’s mission is to support, promote, and advocate for the farmers, vintners, fishermen, and other food producers and providers on the East End of Long Island. Donations can be made by visiting www.eastendfood.org.