We crafted a special 4-course prix fixe menu for Long Island Winterfest, a four-week, music, food, drink and art festival on the East End. It starts off with a Classic Caesar Salad, then you’ll have your choice of a bowl of Long Island Clam Chowder or Ramen Noodle Soup, followed by an entree and finished with a Duet Finale–Amaretto Tiramisu Cake and Madagascar Vanilla Rice Pudding. Learn more about your entree options below:
Our Atlantic salmon is seasoned with cajun spices and served with whipped sweet potato and spinach. The savoriness of the salmon meshes well with the subtle sweetness of the sweet potatoes, creating a flavor that will make your tastebuds smile. It pairs well with a Laurel Lake Vineyards 2012 Riesling.
New Zealand Lamb
Tender and well-seasoned, this fall-off-the-bone lamb rack, sourced from New Zealand, has no better companion than its side of buttery whipped potatoes. The side of asparagus provides just the right amount of freshness and crunch, appeasing whatever guilt you may hold for this indulgent meal. It pairs well with Kontokosta Winery’s 2007 Blum Merlot.
Mesquite BBQ French Cut Chicken
A french cut chicken is a chicken breast with the wing joint attached. Ours comes seasoned in a Mesquite BBQ dressing and served with herbed roasted potato and grilled corn. The potatoes come light and fluffy on the inside, yet crispy on the outside. The corn is sweet and salty at the same time. Enjoy this meal with Bridge Lane Wines’ 2013 White Merlot.
Our petite filet is 8 ounces of steak cut from the center of the tenderloin, one of the most tender and desirable sections. Ours comes dressed in a red wine demi glace with a side of whipped mashed potatoes and topped off with sauteed spinach.
If you’re vegetarian, go for the Vegetable Ravioli. The ravioli, stuffed with asparagus and mushrooms, has been a mainstay and continues to be popular with Bistro 72’s regulars. The chef sources the ravioli from Lisa Marie’s Pasta in Centerport. To top it all off, the chef adds a drizzle of yellow tomato marinara sauce. It pairs well with Raphael Vineyards’ 2013 Cabernet Franc.
Enjoy these entrees with a live show! See classic rock band Southbound on March 11th at 7pm, or soothing jazz by Matt Marshak on March 18th at 7pm in our ballroom. You’ll get the 4-course prix fixe Winterfest dinner menu and the live show for $55/person (+tax, gratuity.) See the full menu here.
Make a weekend of your visit by reserving a stay at Hotel Indigo Long Island – East End. Special, limited-time only room packages are available for purchase throughout the entirety of Winterfest. See the full details of the one-night stay and two-night stay packages here.