Foodstuffs: Vegan Eats And Super Bowl Specials

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Super Bowl Spread at Main Street Tavern.

Vegan Menu At Hampton Coffee Company

The vegan egg sandwich at Hampton Coffee Company. Courtesy Hampton Coffee Company.

Hampton Coffee Company is currently highlighting its home-cooked vegan menu with several options for breakfast, lunch and at the espresso bar. All offerings are 100 percent vegan from the egg to the cheese to the meat.

For breakfast, the vegan egg sandwich features JUST-brand plant-based “egg,” Beyond Meat breakfast sausage and Chao vegan cheese served on toasted locally-baked Ciabatta. At lunchtime, Hampton Coffee Company’s Happy Wrap continues to be a fan favorite and is made from baby spinach, avocado, wild rice and bean salad, and Chao vegan cheese all wrapped-up in a soft flour tortilla and toasted. For an afternoon pick-me-up, or anytime, try a barista-made oat milk latte with a choice of all-natural flavored syrups and regular or decaf locally hand-roasted signature espresso.

The vegan Happy Wrap at Hampton Coffee Company. Courtesy Hampton Coffee Company.

Hampton Coffee Company’s vegan menu is served-to-order from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. (4 p.m. in Water Mill) every day at its espresso bars and cafes in Water Mill, Westhampton Beach, Southampton, Aquebogue and Montauk.

The safest way to order is through the HCC Perks app for fast and contactless pick-up, or order online at hamptoncoffeecompany.com.

Super Bowl Specials

Townline BBQ in Sagaponack and Rowdy Hall in East Hampton are celebrating Super Bowl LV on Sunday, February 7, with game day snacks to go.

Pork ribs and fixings at Townline BBQ.

At Townline BBQ, options include a bag of 50 wings with blue cheese dip for $50, a nacho tray with either pulled pork or pulled chicken for $35, or a tray of smoked bacon mac and cheese for $55. Also on the menu are “Que Combos,” including a pulled pork sandwich kit with cole slaw, pickles, baked beans and chips ($65 for four people or $130 for eight), chicken and rib dinner with cole slaw, pickles, baked beans and cornbread ($79 for four or $158 for eight), and the Townline Extravaganza ($112 for four, $224 for eight) which includes pork ribs, brisket, pulled pork and smoked chicken with collard greens, baked beans, cornbread and pickles. Special growlers of beer are also available to go for $21 — a Montauk Brewery growler and a seasonal tap growler.

Orders for Super Bowl Sunday may be placed in advance by calling 631-537-2271 or day of starting at 11 a.m. online at townlinebbq.com or by phone. Townline BBQ is located at 3593 Montauk Highway, Sagaponack.

Rowdy Hall pretzel.

Rowdy Hall’s football specials are offered Saturday and Sunday through February 7, available through online ordering or by phone. Choose from wings with blue cheese and carrots ($25), Buffalo chicken dip with toasted baguette ($15), sausage with cornichon, mustard and toasted baguette ($20), two large Bavarian pretzels ($18), or Rowdy Hall Old Bay chips with blue cheese dressing ($10). Each item serves two to three people. Growlers of beer are also available. Choose from Anchor Lager, MTK Cold Day IPA and Warsteiner. Orders may be pre-ordered between 2 and 4:30 p.m. for 5 p.m. pickup. Or order in advance by phone.

To order, visit rowdyhall.com or call 631-324-8555. Rowdy Hall is at 10 Main Street, East Hampton. Both Townline BBQ and Rowdy Hall are owned and operated by Honest Man Company.

Smokin’ Wolf

In addition to its regular menu, on Super Bowl Sunday, Smokin’ Wolf will offer specials including quesadillas ($15), nachos for 10 ($37 with brisket chili, chicken chili or black beans), pork, chicken or brisket sliders ($40 for 24 sliders), pigs in a blanket ($12 per dozen), wings ($68 for 50 pieces), grilled Buffalo chicken salad ($42 for 10 people), brisket or chicken chili by the quart ($15), a slab of ribs ($33), cheeseburger sliders ($46), jumbo shrimp cocktail platter ($75) and more. Orders must be placed in advance at 631-604-6470. For every $85 spent, receive a free 12-pack of beer. Smokin’ Wolf is at 199 Pantigo Road in East Hampton and is open 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Super Bowl Sunday.

Main Street Tavern

Also celebrating Super Bowl with specials on February 7, for dining in or taking out, is Main Street Tavern in Amagansett. A $58 wings and ribs combo comes with a dozen wings, a dozen ribs, two orders of mac and cheese and two pots of cole slaw ($88 also includes a six-pack of beer). The Game Night Special is $50 per person for six wings, six ribs, cottage fries and mac and cheese, plus two margaritas. Or opt for the Super Bowl Spread for $85, which includes nachos with fixings, spinach and artichoke dip with pita, wings with BBQ and Buffalo sauce, crispy shrimp with spicy mayo, hummus and crudité with pita and corn dogs with yellow mustard.

All offerings are available a la carte and guests can indulge while watching the game on the restaurant’s flat screen TVs or in the comfort of their own home. Reservations in the bar area can be made by emailing info@mainstreettavern.com or calling 631-267-0400. Main Street Tavern is at 177 Main Street, Amagansett

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