News for Foodies: 09.28.17

Local Food News

For Football Season

Yes, it’s that time again, and Townline BBQ in Sagaponack will mark the season with specials at the bar during football games and at happy hour. Offered on Thursdays and Fridays from 4 to 7 p.m. and all day on Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays will be cocktail deals, bargain beer and wine, and edibles such as “garbage fries” (French fries with cheese sauce, chili, sour cream, and jalapenos), nachos, wings, and a “Happier Meal,” featuring a cheeseburger or hot dog, fries, and a beer for $9. Free popcorn and peanuts, too.

 

New Restaurant

Luis D’Loera, the owner and chef at Michael’s restaurant in Springs, is set to open a new restaurant next month, The Blend at Three Mile Harbor, in the space on Three Mile Harbor Road in East Hampton formerly occupied by the Harbor Grill. The restaurant will feature local ingredients, made in-house and influenced by the dishes of northern Italy, southern France, and the Mediterranean. The menu, which will change seasonally, will include entrees ranging $15 to $38: burgers, steak, osso bucco, veal chops, veal liver, rabbit,  duck, roast chicken, rigatoni Bolognese, and more.

Among the seafood choices are crispy-skin salmon and bass, grilled tuna, and seafood risotto. An extensive list of appetizers includes baked clams or oysters, steamed mussels, fried calamari, soups, salads, and homemade focaccia with olives and cheese. 

 

Oktoberfest Fare

This week’s Oktoberfest offering at Rowdy Hall in East Hampton, available today through Sunday, is sauerbraten with braised red cabbage and turnip-potato puree, along with Black Forest ice cream bombe for dessert. Rowdy also has a selection of Oktoberfest beers on tap, as well as a tasting flight of beers to sample.

 

Sen Closed Till Spring

Sen has closed for the season for renovations. The Sag Harbor restaurant will reopen in April.