Indian Wells Tavern in Amagansett will be closed on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, so some minor renovations can be done. The popular Main Street eatery will reopen next Thursday.
Winter Prix Fixe
At the 1770 House in East Hampton, a winter prix fixe offered Sunday through Thursday, excluding holidays, features three courses for $35 and a chance to sample dishes made by the restaurant’s new chef, Michael Rozzi.
Kids Eat Free
The family-friendly Harbor Grill on Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton will provide for kids 10 and under who come for Sunday brunch or dinner with their parents or other adults. Children’s food and beverages will be free.
“Taste, Wine, and Dine”
A program at the Living Room restaurant at c/o the Maidstone inn in East Hampton on Friday, Feb. 8, will feature a five-course dinner by the chef de cuisine, Mathias Brogie, and a tasting of six wines selected by the wine director, Chris Miller. Guests will then be able to select three of the six wines to accompany their dinners. The cost is $125 per person plus tax and gratuity. Reservations are required, as space is limited.
The menu will feature a first course of juniper-cured gravlax, followed by veal carpaccio, cardamom-blackened codfish, beef bourguignon, and tarte Tatin for dessert. There will be two seatings, at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.
Eat, Watch Football
For Super Bowl Sunday, Townline BBQ in Sagaponack will offer a “pigskin Sunday” deal, with freshly smoked pork. For $16, it includes a half pound of meat served with potato bread and barbecue sauce or with tortillas and avocado salsa, and a choice of two sides. With a can of Porkslap beer, the special is $19.
Also on Sunday, Townline will offer half off pork ribs, while supplies last, and fresh margaritas, along with beer specials on pints and pitchers, and bar snacks. Takeout party combos are available as well, for Super Bowl parties at home.
Artists and Writers Night
Almond will hold its fourth monthly Artists and Writers Night on Tuesday, this one hosted by Jill Musnicki, a Sag Harbor artist. The Bridgehampton restaurant will serve a family-style three-course dinner, and Ms. Musnicki will lead a discussion. The cost is $40 in advance or $45 at the door and includes dinner as well as a glass of local wine or craft beer.