Hamptons Dining Dish: Summer Specials to Enjoy

Here’s what’s hot in Hamptons dining:

Art of Eating Catering of Amagansett now offers a take-out menu at Marders Landscape and Nursery, a 33-acre establishment in Bridgehampton showcasing botanical gardens, an art gallery, sculpture garden and additional features for garden and nature enthusiasts. The menu is available Friday through Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Select options include: pad Thai with thin rice noodles, cucumber, daikon-mung bean sprouts, soft scrambled eggs and peanuts; crudités of farm stand vegetables and dipping sauce; steakhouse salad, sliced flank steak, North Fork tomatoes, caramelized onions, roasted mushrooms and crisp potato discs with a Chianti-vinaigrette dressing; cucumber-dill cold soup, white bean dip; and steak and vegetarian wraps. 631-537-3700.
hamptonsartofeating.com

The Point Bar & Grill in Montauk offers sports fans half off select appetizers and drinks from 4 to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, just in time for the World Cup. Appetizers include: steamed mussels in a garlic-butter and white wine or zesty marinara sauce; baked clams; nachos made with crispy tortillas topped with cheddar cheese, jalapeños, The Point chili, sour cream and salsa; calamari served crispy with The Point’s marinara sauce; wings made traditionally hot or spicy jerk, with celery and bleu cheese. 631-668-1500. pointbarandgrill.com.

little|red of Southampton serves brunch Friday, Saturday and Sunday in addition to the regular a la carte menu. Guests may enjoy a variety of cocktails including the Little Bellini with Prosecco and blood orange or a Bloody Mary with pickled vegetables. Menu options include: classic eggs benedict; English breakfast with English bacon, B&W blood pudding, baked beans, fried eggs and roasted tomatoes; ham and steak with scrambled eggs; seasonal fruit plate with yogurt and granola; and Fat and Fluffy French Toast. 631-283-3309. littleredsouthampton.com.

Muse in the Harbor in Sag Harbor offers a three-course prix fixe Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 5:30 p.m. until close for $30, plus tax and gratuity. Menu highlights include: the Grecian Muse chicken served with Kalamata olives and roast-vegetable orzo topped with baby arugula chopped salad and lemon, caper, feta hollandaise; blackened mahi mahi; and Grandma G’s zeppole served with raspberry, vanilla and caramel sauce. 631-899-4810. museintheharbor.com.

Townline BBQ in Sagaponack debuted a new meat program aimed at changing the quality of meat served in the restaurant. In the ongoing initiative to be a green, organic and healthy restaurant, Townline will now offer only grass-fed, antibiotic- and hormone-free meat that is humanely raised. Customers will now be able to order their choice of meat in quantities of a quarter- pound,  a half-pound, a pound or as a sandwich. This will allow diners to mix and match their meat orders. Townline BBQ’s beef selection offers the following: beef short ribs; smoked brisket; burnt ends; brisket sandwich; Townline burger. 631-537-2271. townlinebbq.com

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