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5 Early Sign Ups for Long Island Restaurant Week!

The end of the summer has arrived. We know, how could it all fly by so fast? Luckily, there are many great things to look forward to in the fall, such as the return of Long Island Restaurant Week! The promotion will be taking place November 6th to November 13th this time around. Here are the first five signups, and be sure to check our website regularly as more start to trickle in!

1221 at MFP

Credit:1221 at MFP

At 1221 at MFP, fresh ingredients are the first step in creating a flavorful, scrumptious menu. The seasonal produce is carefully selected for maximum flavor and nutrition content, while the seafood is meticulously chosen by our chefs right at the docks. Local meats are sourced with care. Simply put, fresher is better at 1221. 1221 at MFP will be serving a $22 two-course lunch and $44 three-course dinner for restaurant week.

Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas

Credit:Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas

Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas in Roslyn succeeds in its goal to introduce diners to new, fresh Italian flavors. The world-class international wines are beautifully paired with an expansive Italian, small plate menu. They work closely with a number of farms in the area to ensure that they’re using the best available ingredients. With over 55 wines by the glass, over 350 by the bottle, four wines on tap, and three wine flights offered daily, Spuntino really does have something for everyone. For Long Island Restaurant Week, Spuntino is offering a $22 two-course lunch and a $44 three-course dinner menu.

Manna at The Lobster Inn

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Manna at The Lobster Inn features indoor and outdoor seating, a full bar and a lounge area, all with a stunning water view. Naturally, the eclectic menu features seafood as the star. Signature dishes include deviled eggs with crispy chorizo and lobster, lobster poutine, spicy Thai curry mussels and Manna’s famous Lobster Inn Splat with lobster, mussels, clams, shrimps, chorizo, corn, potato & craboli. Manna is offering it all for restaurant week: a $22 two-course lunch and a $27/$37/$44 three-course dinner menu. Yay!

Avino's Italian Table

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Avino’s Italian Table serves delicious “old-world” dishes from Northern and Southern Italy. The amazing cuisine is complemented by the outstanding fine dining experience. This second generation family owned and operated establishment has a warm and welcoming atmosphere with a staff that is always ready to please. Favorite dishes include the lump crab cakes, Uncle Leo’s chicken served over fresh ricotta cavatelli with bacon, peas and parmesan cream and for seafood lovers, the catch of the day or shrimp and mussels fra diavolo. And don’t think we forgot about dessert. The tiramisu will knock your socks off.


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Chops rocks. Point blank. The upscale steakhouse in the heart of Patchogue has a prohibition inspired menu that includes the finest dry-aged steaks, fresh seafood creations, a world class bourbon selection, and an array of creative infused cocktails. The speakeasy-themed restaurant will bring you back to the times of bootleggers and flappers. We strongly suggest ordering the premier dry-aged steaks, but the lobster bisque, pan seared chicken and rack of lamb are also excellent. Chops is partaking in the $44 three-course dinner for restaurant week.

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