Hamptons Restaurant Week Begins April 7

So far, 10 local restaurants are participating.

Sunday, April 7, marks the start of the 11th annual Hamptons Restaurant Week, in which top-rated restaurants across the East End will offer three-course meals for a prix fixe of $19.95 or $27.95 through April 14.

Sponsored by Long Island Restaurant and Hospitality Group, a division of WordHampton Public Relations, Hamptons Restaurant Week is aimed at getting people out to try new restaurants. More than 50 restaurants are participating this year and 10 are right here in the Southampton area.

Aside from getting to try new restaurants, customers will also have the opportunity to help out two local nonprofit organizations, which will receive a portion of dinner proceeds from participating restaurants.

The organization receiving the donations are Project MOST, which offers an after-school program that provides students academic support, and Edible School Gardens, whose mission is to reconnect children and their families with real food.

Local restaurants participating in Hamptons Restaurant Week:

Almond, Bridgehampton
(631) 537-5665

Bobby Van's, Bridgehampton
(631) 537-0590

Mercado Mexican Grill & Tequila Bar (formerly Agave), Bridgehampton
(631) 237-1334

Bell & Anchor, Sag Harbor
(631) 725-3400

Muse in the Harbor, Sag Harbor
(631) 899-4810

Coast Grill, Southampton
(631) 283-2777

Red|Bar Brasserie, Southampton
(631) 283-0704

Shippy's Pumpernickles Restaurant East, Southampton
(631) 283-0007

Southampton Social Club, Southampton
(631) 287-1400

Tuscan House, Southampton
(631) 287-8703

For a listing of additional participating restaurants, click here

Patch wants to know: Which restaurant do you recommend? Post your review in the comment section below.

jks March 20, 2013 at 10:20 PM
possibly Dockers
Monique Singh-roy March 22, 2013 at 02:39 AM
Only 3 out of over 35 restaurants are offering the $19.95 prix fixe, not many choices kinda defeats the whole purpose.


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