News for Foodies: 08.09.18

local Food News
Carissa Katz

Fresh Pizza 

Sag Pizza, which opened in Sag Harbor on Friday at the former Conca d’Oro location, offers a wide variety of toppings for its 12-inch, wood-fired pies, which range in price from $14 to $18. The menu features such combinations as mushroom and truffle paste, clams and garlic-scallion butter, and sausage, shishito peppers, and eggs. A selection of fresh pasta dishes is also available. One of the opening-day entrees was rigatoni with spicy sausage, bitter greens, pignoli, and pecorino sardo cheese for $24. The restaurant also serves wine, beer, and cocktails. 

It will be open every day from 11:30 a.m. until midnight.

Brunch Bash

The Backyard Restaurant at Solé East Resort in Montauk will have a prix fixe brunch with Alison Roman, the author of “Dining In: Highly Cookable Recipes,” on Sunday from noon to 2. The menu items, taken from the cookbook, will include baked eggs with crushed chickpeas, chorizo, and breadcrumbs, as well as sour cream flatbread. The brunch will feature beer and wine pairings, and guests will receive a free copy of the book. The cost is $75, and tickets are available for purchase on

Tea on the Go

Plain-T, a whole-leaf tea company in Southampton, will produce a series of mobile mini-bar units for making matcha and iced tea. The company plans to station the units at local restaurants, hotels, and retailers, and make them available for private party rentals.