Long Island Restaurant Week is Here Again

More than 150 restaurants are participating in the event, which runs through May 4.

Some of the finest restaurants on Long Island are currently serving $27.95 prix fixe meals as part of the spring version of Long Island Restaurant Week, which kicked off on Sunday. More than 150 restaurants are participating in the event, which runs through May 4. 

Included in the prix fixe menu prices is a three-course meal every night, with the exception of Saturdays when prix fixe dinners will only be served until 7 p.m. 

Restaurant week found its beginnings on the East End in 2003 and was organized by East Hampton-based public relations firm WordHampton. Success out east prompted the creation of the Long Island-wide promotion, offering affordable meals from top chefs at some of the most expensive restaurants across the region. 

Participating area restaurants include:

Le Soir Restaurant, Bayport

Blue Point Bistro & Grille, Blue Point

Peppercorn Cafe, East Patchogue

Bliss Restaurant, Bar & Catering, East Setauket

Blond Restaurant, Miller Place

Orto, Miller Place

Alexandros Restaurant, Mount Sinai


Tates Restaurant, Nesconset

Chachama Grill, Patchogue

Harbor Crab Company, Patchogue

PeraBell Food Bar, Patchogue

Public House 49, Patchogue

Ristegios Restaurant Lounge, Patchogue

Bistro 25, Sayville

Butera's of Sayville, Sayville

Cafe Joelle, Sayville

la Tavola Trattoria, Sayville

Parlor House Grill, Sayville

Perfecto Mundo, Commack

The Grill Room, Hauppauge

Butera's Smithtown, Smithtown 

Café Havana, Smithtown 

Casa Rustica, Smithtown

Chop Shop Bar and Grill, Smithtown

Garden Grill, Smithtown

H2O: Seafood & Sushi, Smithtown 

SPEZIA, St. James 

Mirabelle Restaurant & Tavern, Stony Brook

Find a list of all participating restaurants here

Will you be taking advantage of Long Island Restaurant Week? Let us know in the comments section below which restaurants you plan to visit this week. 
brookhavenconfucius April 28, 2014 at 08:06 AM
THE REAL, SUCCESSFUL RESTAURANTS, have a deal going ALL the time, these days, NOT just one week. Only the amateur diners, go out on restaurant week...and they don't go out enough, to keep ALL these restaurants alive. You know, the RUBY TUESDAY crowd.
Rollo Tomasi April 28, 2014 at 10:01 AM
Confucius...you are right...any good restaurant runs daily specials and meals that corresponds to holidays or special days of the year...thanks to the paid parking we have searched and found a lot of nice places in surrounding towns and villages...bonapetit.
brookhavenconfucius April 28, 2014 at 10:39 AM
AND when the warm season begins in Port Jefferson, you can cross ALL OF THOSE restaurants there, off your list !
Allison Escoto April 28, 2014 at 01:54 PM
Yay! I love restaurant week!
lovetobbq April 29, 2014 at 06:39 AM
Not me!!! Restaurant.com offers more choices with better deals ALL the time.


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