Love Is in the Air for Foodies
If the phrases “prix fixe” and “free Prosecco” make your significant other swoon, this Valentine’s Day ought to be filled with romance. Here on the South Fork, plenty of restaurants are offering dinner and drink specials next Thursday. For those looking to kick the celebration up a notch, the Baker House 1650 also has a deal on hotel rooms.
Almond in Bridgehampton will offer a special four-course dinner with a blood orange theme. The menu includes entrees such as blood orange lacquered duck and swordfish adobo with a blood orange mole. The cost is $85 per person, not including tax and gratuity.
A four-course prix fixe dinner at the 1770 House in East Hampton will feature entrees such as butter-poached lobster, suckling pig porchetta, and braised short rib. The cost is $85, not including tax and gratuity.
In addition to $1 oysters and $10 glasses of champagne, the Bell and Anchor in Noyac will offer a two-course dinner with a bouillabaisse entree for $35. For $5 more, dessert is included.
Lulu Kitchen and Bar in Sag Harbor will offer a five-course prix fixe dinner, including a cheese course, with beer and wine pairings. The menu features entrees such as a roast venison chop and drunken lobster. The cost is $75 per person, $85 with a beer pairing, and $95 with a wine pairing. Tax and gratuity are not included.
The à la carte Valentine’s Day specials at Nick and Toni’s in East Hampton will include lobster and avocado salad for $24 and roast branzino filet for $42.
Rowdy Hall in East Hampton will offer à la carte dinner specials including a steak tartare appetizer for $16 and a cioppino entree for $32.
Indian Wells Tavern in Amagansett will have a dinner of prime rib or the catch of the day for $29, including soup or salad, a baked potato, and a vegetable side dish. Diners will also receive a complimentary glass of prosecco.
At Fresno in East Hampton, glasses of champagne will be discounted and there will be $1 oysters and à la carte dinner specials.
For something a little different, Wolffer Estate Vineyard in Sagaponack will offer “pre-dinner” fondu and Reisling tastings for two next Thursday from 6 to 7 p.m. Guests will taste two of the winemaker Roman Roth’s creations, Grapes of Roth Dry Riesling and Grapes of Roth Virgin Berry Reisling. The cost is $40, and reservations should be made in advance through wolffer.com.
At Wolffer Kitchen in Sag Harbor, diners next Thursday will get a complimentary taste of the vineyard’s new 2015 vintage of Noblesse Oblige sparkling rosé. The menu will feature a number of specials designed for two by the restaurant’s chef, Mike Ronzino.
The Baker House 1650’s romance package will be offered from Feb. 11 to Feb. 15. A two-night stay starts at $1,060 per night, and includes a couple’s massage at the hotel’s spa, a bottle of champagne, chocolate-covered strawberries, and a late checkout time. Reservations must be made a day in advance.