Enjoy delicious National Cheeseburger Day burgers, delicious snacks at Lobster Rolls (LUNCH), Springs Brewery Arethusa, and other snacks from the East End ‘food scene’.
If you need an excuse to go to your favorite burger joint, read on. September 18th is National Cheeseburger Day, but he has only one proper way to celebrate. Need suggestions?
boom burger Westhampton (a secret town of great restaurants) has an eclectic burger menu. Exhibit A: Double His Burger with Green Hornet, Cream Cheese, Chorizo, Jalapeno, Cheese/Chorizo Fries or Waffle Fries on the Side. Other meat dishes include the Harvest Burger with two cheddar burgers, bacon, fried egg, apple slices, horseradish and sweet potato fries; two mozzarella burgers, garlic butter, red onions and tomatoes on garlic toast. There are kisses of death and so on. Sides of bread and garlic butter parmesan fries. No matter what you order, you’ll be in burger heaven.
Springs Brewery We recently launched a new batch of Arethusa. This IPA is brewed with wheat and oats and hopped with Simcoe, Citra and Motueka. At 7% ABV, this brew has a ‘citrus forward’ profile full of flavors and a hint of bitterness. It’s great, and the tin art by Charles Ly is spectacular. At Springs Brewery, we can our beer a few days before we sell it to keep it as fresh as possible. No warming up on the shelf here. You can also find craft brews at local restaurants like TownLine BBQ and Rowdy Hall.
readjusted Astro’s pizza Amagansett is heading east to welcome its first fall. Just steps away from the chic and sophisticated Il Buco al Mare, Astro’s offers family-friendly Italian cuisine. Favorite menu items include Sicilian sashimi, spaghetti with clams, vodka pizza, mushroom pizza, spicy honey his pepperoni pizza, and shareable eggplant parmigiana. A full cocktail menu is also available. You can’t go wrong with ranch water, watermelon sugar, and an espresso martini with a cinnamon cold brew.
You’ve probably heard that the late summer drought is affecting the area. Precipitation in Suffolk County this summer was six inches less than normal, making it the fourth driest summer since local weather monitoring began in 1964. in progress.
For example, sweet corn is smaller than usual due to lack of moisture. Fruits such as grapes ( Palmer Vineyards) and recreational marijuana hold up pretty well in inauspicious conditions. Wine lovers may be the biggest benefactors of the lack of rain.
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Hoppy Acres Amagansett’s farm grows 15 varieties of peppers, New York Cascade hops, Columbia hops and Japanese indigo. If you love your hops hot, then look no further. In fact, the idea of a small value-added farm on a two-acre site north of Main Street was not to “compete for space,” but to create a product that would complement the many excellent farms in the area. The hot hops used in Sandy Loam Pale Ale (made by Springs Brewery), Fermented Green Sriracha Springs Fireplace Hot Sauce, or Aji Peach Hot Springs Fireplace Hot Sauce are irresistible.
No Place Blends Diner and Seafood Like the Western Branch of Lobster roll aka LUNCHStop by our booth to enjoy favorites like split-bun lobster rolls with homemade mayonnaise and crunchy celery, shrimp cocktail, and local clams and oysters. Seafood nachos, popcorn shrimp and Manhattan clam chowder are also excellent.
Alayah Hewie uses a hand-crank pie and turnover machine to make the Jamaican patties sold under her. Lena’s Dream Patty brand. We offer his six flavors: Coconut Kale and Sweet Potato Curry, Chickpea and Potato Curry, Chicken Curry, Spicy Beef, Mild Beef, and Cheeseburger. The name of the business and the inspiration for Putty comes from Hewie’s grandmother, who in 2011 opened Jamaican Specialties on his Street in North Hewie, East Hampton. They are available at Farmers Markets in East Hampton, Springs and Riverhead, and Schiavoni’s Markets in Sag He Harbour. Serene Green from Noyac.
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Looking to extend summer?it’s always a party rumba Located in Hampton Bays. The restaurant boasts island-inspired cuisine, a rum bar, and a laid-back atmosphere that will make you think you’ve landed in the Caribbean. Please go there before it gets cold.
One of our favorite cocktails is the Peach Bellini. The Baker House 1650 In East Hampton! You can drink while watching the beautiful scenery, or you can take out.
“After a good dinner, anyone can forgive even their own relationship.” ~ Oscar Wilde
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