Sumptuous Fall Flavors Abound In Our New Fall Menu

Our new Fall Menu is here! You will quickly notice it is filled with the flavors and items that highlight the best of the East End. We have access to exquisite produce, seafood and spirits here on Long Island’s East End and love to incorporate them into our cuisine. Our menu has something for everyone, whether you are looking to take a culinary journey or seek comfort through the flavor of the season . Regardless of what you choose, you can be sure that it is masterfully prepared to illustrate how local and carefully crafted food will lead you to a spectacular culinary experience.

When it comes to seafood there’s nothing like starting with the freshest catch available. We pride ourselves always utilizing local and in-season seafood. The East End is known for it’s seafood and we have a new soup made with Braun Seafood Company’s local clams. Introducing the Long Island Clam Chowder made with New Potatoes, Celery, Carrots, Shallots, Bacon, Cream.

If you are looking to start your evening with an app with some kick. Then you’ll have to try our Crunchy Dirty Martinis. How do you like your olives? Soaked in Vodka? Well, this new and unique appetizer combines Jumbo Queen Olives Soaked in local LIV Vodka, Stuffed with Blue Cheese & Fried.


Another addition to the menu is the Panzanella Salad which is prepared with grilled Italian bread, Roasted Cauliflower, Caramelized Butternut Squash, Crispy Speck Ham, Charred Brussel Sprouts and Black Pepper Parmesan Vinaigrette.

On a cool Fall evening, nothing hits the spot better than a warm pizza. Our Margarita pizza is now prepared on flat bread topped with Fresh Mozzarella, Sweet Basil, Bruschetta, Olive Oil.  Mangia! Mangia!

We offer a wide selection of local wines that pair with any of our entrees and have introduced a new Fall Cocktail menu that includes the Pumpkin Spice Martini, Toasted Pear, Vanilla Pear and the Caramel Infused Apple Mule.

To see our entire Fall menu click here.

For reservations please call 631-369-3325