Business Briefs for July 2, 2020

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A selection of menu items available at Navy Beach in Montauk.courtesy photo

Union Sushi and Steak Opens in Southampton

Partners Ian Duke and David Hilty have announced that they will formally open Union Sushi and Steak, a modern take on steakhouses, located in the Bowden Square location that also houses the Union Burger Bar. The team are also owners of the Southampton Social Club.
The menu is being curated by award-winning chefs Scott Kampf and Marc Fasciana, with a French-inspired menu that features dry-aged steaks courtesy of Niman Rach in Colorado, as well as fresh sushi and sashimi.
“We created Union Sushi & Steak because it’s what the people of Southampton are asking for,” Mr. Duke said. “Southampton has no year-round sushi restaurants, and there is not a dedicated steakhouse. Right now, it’s a trek for a real roll-up-your-sleeves steakhouse dining experience.”
The Union Burger Bar is also open for outdoor dining, delivery, pick-up and catering.
For more information, visit dineatunion.com.

Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP
Awards Community Service Scholarship

On June 17, the 2020 Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP Community Service Scholarship recipient was announced during Riverhead High School’s virtual Awards Ceremony. This year’s winner was Elizabeth Buckley.
Elizabeth had overcome a great personal loss while still excelling in school and spent her spare time during her academic career volunteering, according to a press release issued by the company last week. She served as a historian of the Key Club, treasurer of Students Against Drunk Driving, a member of the cheerleading team and a featured dancer for the Riverhead Blue Masques, among other activities. In addition, she committed over 160 hours of service on a mission trip to Haiti with her local church.
Elizabeth was awarded $1,000 to help with college expenses.
For more information, call (631) 727-2180 or visit www.suffolklaw.com.

The Bell & Anchor Opens for Dinner Service

The Bell & Anchor, 3253 Noyac Road in Sag Harbor, is now open for dinner service. Reservations are required and can be made by visiting bit.ly/317YZgC or by calling the restaurant directly at 631-725-3400. A credit card number will be required to hold your reservation. The restaurant is currently open Tuesday through Sunday, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Takeout service will remain available and orders can be placed by calling the restaurant.
Patrons can expect to see menu favorites including steamed mussels, “Anchor Style,” with coconut milk, lemongrass and Thai chilies, “Old School” lobster garganelli with corn, basil and saffron cream and guava baby back ribs.
For more information or reservations, call 631-725-3400 or visit thebellandanchor.com.

The Beacon Opens for Dinner Service

The Beacon, 8 West Water Street in Sag Harbor, has opened for dinner service on the deck and inside. The first seating will be offered from 6:15 to 6:45 p.m. and the second seating will take place from 8 to 8:30 p.m. Reservations are required and can be made by visiting bit.ly/3durlUI or by calling the restaurant directly at 631-725-7088. A credit card number will be required to hold your reservation. Takeout will remain available and patrons may call to place their orders. Takeout orders can be placed Mondays and Wednesday from 4 to 7:30 p.m., pick up is between 5 to 8 p.m., and Thursday through Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m., and pick up is from 5 to 6:30 p.m.
Menu items include tuna tartare with capers, whole grain mustard, cucumber, red curry paste and potato chips, pork belly pretzel buns, the Beacon lobster roll, lobster rigatoni and halibut baked in parchment.
For more information, or for a full menu, visit beaconsagharbor.com.

Navy Beach Reopens for the 2020 Season

Navy Beach, 16 Navy Road in Montauk, NY, reopened for its 11th season last week.
Navy Beach will only be open to guests with confirmed reservations for lunch or dinner this season. Due to the New York State limited capacity constraints and social distancing guidelines, the restaurant will not be able to accommodate walk-in patrons or those looking to come to Navy Beach for drinks only. Reservations may be made by calling the restaurant at 631-668-6868 between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily. All reservations must be confirmed in advance of arrival. In the event of inclement weather, outdoor reservations will be cancelled due to current limits placed on indoor seating capacity.
The 2020 menu features signature staples and new menu items including a tuna crudo with papaya, pickled serrano, wakame, lemon soy and toasted sesame; chopped kale salad with toasted garbanzo beans, Parmesan croutons, and egg-less Caesar dressing; a jumbo lump crabcake with an apple, chayote slaw, and grain mustard aioli and a dry-aged Cowboy Ribeye with crispy smashed potatoes, chimichurri, roasted garlic butter and wonder bread. Select menu items will also be available for takeout along with the beverage menu. Boat deliveries to the Fort Pond Bay will also be available beginning in July.
For more information, call 631-668-6868 or visit navybeach.com.

Old Stove Pub Reopens for 51st Year

The Old Stove Pub, 3516 Montauk Highway in Sagaponack, is re-opening its doors for its 51st year. The restaurant, live music venue, and celebrity favorite returns to the scene newly restored and featuring new culinary offerings along with some classic favorites.
After being closed for renovations three years ago, and briefly put on the market for sale, new operator and restaurant owner Joseph DeCristofaro has decided to turn the Old Stove Pub’s classic neon sign on for business once again.
“The Old Stove Pub holds a special place in the hearts of Hamptonites,” notes Mr. DeCristofaro. “The history of the Pub is so rich, and restoring this property was a true labor of love. We are proud to introduce the new and improved Old Stove Pub back into the community at this moment and looking forward to a very special summer and fall.”
Mr. DeCristofaro, a Southampton local born and raised in the Hamptons, is a local real estate broker, real estate investor, and entrepreneur. A hospitality industry veteran, Mr. DeCristofaro’s past endeavors include numerous restaurants in the Hamptons and elsewhere.
With customer safety and safe distancing a major concern, the Old Stove Pub has transformed a large outdoor space replete with a dining patio and large grounds offering picnic tables, waitress service and lite fare. Indoors also offers several dining areas as well, with plenty of room for social distancing.
Diners can expect a Greek and Mediterranean influenced and locally sourced menu, featuring some of the Old Stove Pub’s best-known classic dishes such as the Sagaponack dry-rubbed steak and Greek salad.

Patterson At BookHampton with ‘Hawk’

BookHampton, 41 Main Street, will host a virtual event with James Patterson who will present “Hawk.” Patrons will receive a copy of “Hawk” with a custom bookplate signed by Mr. Patterson and a link and password to the virtual event, which will be held on Monday, July 6, at 5 p.m.
For more information, visit bookhampton.com.

Kissaki Opens in Water Mill

Kissaki, a Japanese restaurant with locations in Midtown and the Bowery, has opened a third location at 670 Montauk Highway in Water Mill, offering delivery and outdoor dining options, including Kissaki’s signature omakase boxes and specialty rolls crafted by Executive Chef Mark Garcia. To ensure safety, Kissaki’s two robots, their Maki Maker and Nigiri Maker, will be used for delivery and take-out orders.
Kissaki will be open from noon to 10 p.m., seven days a week. For more information, visit explorekissaki.com.

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