Wednesday, April 10, 2013

It's Hamptons Restaurant Week: Where to Dine for Homegrown Hamptons Cuisine

Kitchen Garden at Jedediah Hawkins Inn & Restaurant 

It’s the 11th Hamptons Restaurant Week till Sunday, April 14th

Homegrown Foodies and gourmands alike can indulge in “Dining Discoveries” at restaurants that are new to them or heretofore may have been off-limits -- and are now especially doable in this “off-season.”
Or make a habit of happy “Dining Redux” at a favorite dining spot all week long.

With discounted lunch and dinner menus and Long Island Wines, there is culinary cause for East End celebrating. 
Throw caution to the wind.  The East End beckons with special three-course prix-fixe menus for $19.95 and/or $27.95.

Many of the restaurants participating in Hamptons Restaurant Week are featured in this Examiner’s book, The Hamptons & Long Island Homegrown Cookbook, cooking up their intensely rich culinary alchemy using local, homegrown ingredients.   

The Homegrown Hamptons Restaurants participating in Hamptons Restaurant Week:

  • ·      Almond Restaurant, Bridgehampton (631) 537-5665  
Almond Restaurant Chef Jason Weiner at Pike Farms

  • ·      The 1770 House (631) 324-1770
  • ·      Fresno (631) 324-8700
  • ·      The Living Room, at The Maidstone (631) 324-5006
  • ·      Blue Canoe Oyster Bar & Grill (by way of Vine Street CafĂ© chef/owners) (631) 477-6720
  • ·      Jedediah Hawkins (631) 722-2900
  • ·      The North Fork Table & Inn (631) 765-0177

Martha Stewart, an East End foodie herself, recently cited the Homegrown Cookbook in her Gifts for The Gardener” wrote, …”The Hamptons & Long Island Homegrown Cookbook is …“much more than just a book of recipes, this lush cookbook profiles outstanding Long Island chefs and their personal gardens.”

Use the Homegrown book as your personal guide to Hamptons Restaurant Week!

Plus, the publisher, Quayside Press is running a Goodreads Homegrown book giveaway and a gift certificate to The North Fork Table & Inn

A fun and free chance to dine at one of the best restaurants anywhere, with a menu created by the James Beard Award-winning husband and wife team of Chefs Gerry Hayden and Claudia Fleming. 

For a full listing of participating restaurants and to make reservations: call 631-329-2111 or visit

Furthermore, according to the good folks who produce the Hamptons Restaurant Week, this is “not just about eating delicious food. The initiative also aims to help two not-for-profit groups: Project MOST is a 501(c) 3 not- for- profit organization which offers an afterschool program committed to providing students academic support, enrichment activities and a positive social environment, and Edible School Gardens is a not-for-profit group whose mission is to reconnect children and their families with real food and to empower and inspire local communities to eat well through school gardens, greenhouses, nutrition education and culinary experiences.”

Long Island Restaurant and Hospitality Group, a division of WordHampton Public Relations, presents Hamptons Restaurant Week.

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