Hamptons Passover and Easter Restaurant Dining Specials

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There are a variety of ways to celebrate Passover and Easter across the Hamptons this spring season. Explore this curated selection of restaurants and businesses offering a special Easter and or Passover menu, in addition to takeout options.

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Water Mill

Calissa in Water Mill will offer a brunch and dinner special for the Easter holiday on Sunday, March 31st. The brunch menu features various options including Moussaka, Olive Oil Pancakes, and Mayorista.

Dinner specials include a Roasted Leg of Lamb with grilled asparagus, baby carrots, turnips, enhanced with a refreshing mint us jus. 

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These dinner specials will be offered on Sunday, March 31st for Easter as well as Sunday, May 5th for Greek Easter. Visit Calissa’s website for more information.

L & W Market


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L & W Market in Bridgehampton is offering Easter specials for takeout. All orders must be placed by Friday, March 29th by 9pm. Pick up times are on Saturday, March 31st from 10 – 12 pm. 

The appetizer menu includes Deviled Eggs, a Charcuterie Board, a Cheese Board, Antipasto, a Crudité Platter, Shrimp Cocktail. Main courses include a Honey Mustard Glazed Ham (small or large) and Roast Rack of Lamb. Side dishes include Roasted Asparagus, Roasted Beets, English Snap Peas, Parker House Rolls, and Almond Famous Mac n’ Cheese. 

Desserts include a Chocolate Croissant Bread Pudding and Olive Oil Lemon Cake.

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Lulu Kitchen & Bar

Sag Harbor

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Lulu Kitchen & Bar on Main Street in Sag Harbor is celebrating Easter with a special ‘Wood-Fired Lamb Feast’ from 11:30am to 8pm on Sunday, March 31st. A two-person minimum is required and the price is $59 per person. The a la carte menu will also be available. The feast, subject to change, includes Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb, English Peas Polenta, Wood-Fired Grilled Asparagus, Mint-Merguez Stuffing, Harissa Yogurt Sauce, and Blistered Cherry Tomato. 631-725-0900

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Nick and Toni’s

East Hampton

In honor of Easter, Nick & Toni’s is offering holiday brunch on Sunday, March 31st. It will be available from 11am – 3pm with a cost of $80 per person. There is also a separate menu for children for both brunch and dinner. Dinner service will begin starting at 5pm. For brunch, table dishes include Breakfast Pastries, Carta di Musica, Zucchini Fritto, and Rosemary, Thyme, and Sea Salt Focaccia. The antipasti includes Harry’s Strawberries, Lioni Burrata, Seared Yellowfin Tuna, and Roasted Baby Beets. The secondi menu includes dishes such as Lemon Ricotta Pancakes, Long Island Duch Hash, Roasted Wild Salmon and Avocado Toast and more.  

As for their dinner menu, their table dishes includes Carta di Musica, Zucchini Fritto, Castelvetrano and Alfonso Olives, and Rosemary, Thyme, and Sea Salt Focaccia. The antipasti menu has the Little Gem Salad, Lioni Burrata, Crispy Artichoke, Seared Yellowfin Tuna, and Roasted Baby Beets. The secondi menu includes dishes such as Cascatelli Pasta, Pan Seared Scallops, Prime New York Strip Steak and more. 

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For dessert, Nick & Toni’s has Tartufo, an arrangement of gelati, Almond Cake, Blood Orange Sorbet, and Salted Caramel Pot de Crème.Reservations can be made at this number. 631-324-3550

The 1770 House

East Hampton

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On Easter Sunday, March 31st, from 5pm, The 1770 House’s Executive Chef Michael Rozzi presents new spring dishes as part of his two-course seasonal menu. 

Dishes on Chef’s menu include a spring pea soup with snap peas, serrano ham, watermelon radish and smoked salt. The main course is a Dijon and brioche crusted rack of lamb with rosemary potatoes, leeks, peas and pancetta. 

The menu may also be enjoyed with selections from the Wine Spectator award winning wine list overseen by Wine Director Michael Cohen. The spring menu is also available for takeout. 631-324-1770

The Art of Eating


The Art of Eating located in Bridgehampton has announced their Easter and Spring takeout menu. The menu will be available for orders on March 26th and can be made by calling 631-267-2411

The appetizer menu includes the Mezze Platter, Salad of Not So Simple Early Spring Greens (small or large), and Salad of Roasted Beets & Cara Cara Orange (small or large). Their “bites” includes Pigs in a Blanket, Steamed Peeled Jumbo Shrimp, an assortment of cheese and more. The main menu offers a Roast Rack of Australian Lamb, Roasted Organic Salmon, Portobello Steak and other dishes. There is a variety of sides to choose from, including Honey Glazed Carrots and Organic Roasted Asparagus. 

For dessert, the Art of Eating is offering assorted cookies and brownies bites, Lemon Bars, Chocolate Covered Strawberries and more. 

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