Foodstuffs: Peking Duck, Tuesday Tacos and Date Night Dinners for Two

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Highway Restaurant's Peking duck is available this Friday at Main Street Tavern in Amagansett. Courtesy Main Street Tavern.

Peking Duck Friday

Main Street Tavern in Amagansett has added some exciting updates to its menu, not least of which is Highway Restaurant’s best-selling famous Peking duck. Highway Restaurant in Wainscott is currently closed and scheduled to reopen on March 4, but this Friday, the much-lauded duck dish will be available at its sister restaurant, Main Street Tavern, both for dining in and take away every Friday. The cost is $59 for a half duck, mu shu pancakes, hoisin, cucumber and scallion. Preorder for pickup at menu.mainstreettavern.com.

In addition to Peking Duck Fridays, Main Street Tavern also offers other nightly dinner specials throughout the week. Monday is pot pie night, Tuesday is for tacos, Wednesday is ribs night and on Sunday, it’s all about the roasted chicken.

Other new menu highlights to round out dinner include kale and Brussels sprouts, farro with cauliflower, squash, radicchio and pumpkin seeds, a shepherd’s pie, and for dessert, a cookie plate or carrot cake.

Visit mainstreettavern.com or call 631-267-0400 to check out all the offerings. Main Street Tavern is at 177 Main Street in Amagansett.

Tuesdays Are For Tacos

Tuesdays are taco and margarita night at Springs Tavern. Every Tuesday from 4 to 9 p.m., dine in or order online for contactless curbside pickup. The cost is $25 and includes a choice of tacos or enchiladas.

The tacos come with authentic, hand-pressed corn tortillas and a weekly rotation of fillings like crispy shrimp, guajillo chicken, grilled shrimp, pork rib carnitas, crispy snapper, shredded chicken, marinated skirt steak and carne asada. Tacos come with all the toppings, such as shaved cabbage, avocado, pickled jalapeño mayo, salsa verde, guajillo chilies, Spanish onion, cilantro and lime.

The authentic enchiladas are made from pulled guajillo chicken with all the toppings such as red salsa, green salsa and lime.

Both the tacos and enchiladas come with red rice and beans and a margarita

Wednesdays at Springs Tavern is prime rib prix fixe night. For $35, enjoy a Caesar salad or clam chowder, prime rib and a choice of baked or mashed potatoes, sautéed haricot verts and a glass of wine.

Real estate professionals and brokers are invited to drop off a business card when placing their order for a monthly drawing for one free meal ($35 limit).

Springs Tavern is at 15 Fort Pond Boulevard in East Hampton. To order, visit thespringstavern.com or call 631-527-7800.

Lulu Kitchen’s Date Night Dinners For Two

Lulu Kitchen & Bar in Sag Harbor is offering new “Date Night Dinners for Two” available to go every week from Thursday through Sunday. Each week the menu will have a new theme. Menus are posted on the website at lulusagharbor.com. Paired wines will also be available for purchase.

This week’s menu, “Tapas Night for Two,” features a tomato confit garlic baguette, octopus and piquillo aioli feta, mussels, blister shishito peppers and bonito, mini salmon black pepper-lime pizza, lemon-pepper blistered pee-wee potato with spicy dipping sauce and New York strip bites with toasted brioche and truffles-marrowbone aioli, completed with chocolate tart for dessert. The cost is $150 for two and orders may be placed by phone, 631-725-0900, online lulusagharbor.com, or through GrubHub or Open Table.

Lulu Kitchen & Bar is open daily for lunch and dinner and is located at 126 Main Street in Sag Harbor.

Soup and Salad To Go From Rowdy Hall

Rowdy Hall in East Hampton has launched a soup and salad to go promotion. Rowdy Hall’s homemade soups are now available for purchase in quart size for $10, which serves two people. Soups are cold at purchase and ready to be warmed at home and rotate between the following choices (four per week are offered): Sweet potato and andouille sausage; beef barley mushroom; tomato bacon & cheddar; roasted butternut squash and apple; split green pea with smoked ham; chicken organic brown basmati rice; and tomato, basil with Israeli couscous (Vegetarian).

Rowdy Hall in East Hampton is offering soup (and salad) to go. Courtesy Rowdy Hall.

You can also add a salad to your order for $10. Salads to choose from include: Mr. Smith Salad (chopped iceberg lettuce, tomato, cucumber, olive oil and red wine vinegar); Roquefort salad (Boston lettuce, endive, Roquefort cheese, toasted walnuts, sherry walnut vinaigrette); or chopped salad (kale, butternut squash, cauliflower, toasted pecans, apple cider vinaigrette).

Rowdy Hall is at 10 Main Street, East Hampton. To order, call 631-324-8555 or visit rowdyhall.com.

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