Dining Deals at Long Island Restaurant Week 2017

Foodies from Nassau to the East End, prepare your palates for Long Island Restaurant Week. From Oct. 29 to Nov. 5, participating restaurants will serve up dishes from a three-course prix-fixe menu. And at $28.95 a meal, it’s a better bargain than next month’s Black Friday. Get a first taste of who is dishing out discounts.

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Salt and Barrel, Bay Shore*

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Mussels are a hit at Salt and Barrel. image: facebook.com/saltandbarrel

A homegrown, but modern oyster bar, Salt and Barrel’s menu places a large emphasis on seafood. It sources its oysters everywhere from New Zealand to Blue Point. During Restaurant Week, start your meal with appetizers like New Orleans gumbo or shrimp tacos. Follow that up with a choice of five entrees including mussels with steamed green curry, coconut, ginger and scallions. Address: 61 W Main Street | Phone: 631-647-8818 Click to go

Mirabelle Restaurant, Stony Brook*

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Indulge in the ginger almond tart Mirabelle for dessert. image: facebook.com/mirabellerestaurant

Mirabelle Restaurant is known for its innovative French cuisine and world-class ambiance. During Long Island Restaurant Week 2017, diners can look forward to a sophisticated and diverse menu with first course options like manila clam ragout with chorizo, golden beets, carrots and tomato broth. For the main course, try one of five dishes including the trout almondine or the spinach fettuccine. And for dessert there are ginger almond tarts, tiramisu and an apple cobbler with vanilla ice cream. Address: 150 Main Street | Phone: 631-751-0555 Click to go

Seasons 52, Garden City*

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Seasons 52 is offering boneless beef short rib on their Harvest Menu. image: www.facebook.com/seasons52gardencity

In the autumn spirit, the restaurant is offering a menu full of root vegetables served with hearty braised and wood-grilled meats. A soup like roasted butternut squash makes a hearty first course. For something lighter, there’s spinach salad with roasted bosc pear. The entrees include maple glazed all-natural roasted half chicken and the boneless beef short rib. Classic fall dishes like pumpkin pie and carrot cake are available for dessert. Address: 630 Old Country Road | Phone: 516-248-5252 Click to go

View Restaurant, Oakdale

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Enjoy the beautiful view of the Great South Bay. image: facebook.com/viewseafood

Flooded with natural light and surrounded by the Great South Bay, View is deserving of its name. A calm but sophisticated look adds to the seaside vibes. Choose from a wide array of appetizers like peking duck tacos and Long Island clams. Six entrees, including pan seared garlic shrimp and pappardelle bolognese, are available for tasting. For dessert, indulge in wild berry cheesecake, valrhona chocolate marquise or butter pecan crème brûlée. Address: 3 Consuelo Place | Phone: 631-589-2694 Click to go

Sandbar, Cold Spring Harbor*

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Try the popular chickpea fries with sriracha aioli. image: facebook.com/sandbarcoldspringharbor

Inspired by land and sea, Sandbar is offering a very far-ranging menu for Long Island Restaurant Week 2017. Start the meal with one of six appetizers like the unique chickpea fries with sriracha aioli. There is something for every taste on the entrée menu which features generous portions of fish, chicken and steak. Address: 55 Main Street | Phone: 631-498-6188 Click to go

Cafe Havana, Smithtown

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Cafe Havana is offering a vegetarian option. image: facebook.com/cafehavanany

Head to Cafe Havana for an authentic Cuban experience. A first course option, the classic Cuban dish ropa vieja (shredded beef and chorizo served with fried plantains) is known to make mouths water. As a main entrée choose from pork, baked chicken, Cuban picadillo or Cuban-style bacalao. But make sure to save room for the chocolate crème brûlée, flan or sorbet for dessert. Address: 944 W Jericho Turnpike | Phone: 631-670-6277 Click to go

Jamesport Manor Inn, Jamesport

Those looking for a cozy and quaint place to visit during Long Island Restaurant Week 2017 should look no further than the Jamesport Manor Inn. Three appetizers, including almond crusted fried brie with truffle honey and garlic toast, are available. Look forward to fall-inspired desserts like a sundae complete with pumpkin gelato, graham cracker crumble, caramel and whipped cream. Address: 370 Manor Lane | Phone: 631-722-0500 Click to go

Peter’s Clam Bar, Island Park

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Try the fried clams as an appetizer at Peter’s Clam Bar. image: facebook.com/petersclamhouse

Seafood lovers, this is the place for you. Think clams, calamari and crab cakes as appetizers followed by shrimp, broiled salmon, linguini with clam sauce or lobster. For land lovers, skirt steak is also an option. Address: 600 Long Beach Road | Phone: 516-432-0505 Click to go

Bonefish Grill, Rockville Centre

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Bonefish Grill is serving up some delicious salmon. image: facebook.com/bonefishgrillerockvillecentre

Come hungry to Bonefish Grill. The restaurant offers a comfortable and balanced atmosphere with candlelit tables and a bar buzzing with energy. Entrees range from filet mignon to salmon, all served with two fresh sides. Dessert includes a choice of macadamia nut brownie, classic cheesecake or Jamaican coconut pie. Address: 340 Sunrise Highway | Phone: 516-766-1238 Click to go

Rumba, Hampton Bays

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Rumba’s island ribeye comes complete with ginger pineapple soy marinade and roasted sweet potatoes. image: facebook.com/rumbaislandcuisine

Get a taste of Caribbean paradise without leaving Long Island. For the first course, Rumba is offering five appetizing options including mussels and grilled artichoke. Sway into spicy waters with the jerk chicken platter, ahi tuna salad and island ribeye for a main course. And for dessert, try the award-winning key lime pie, hot fudge sundae or chocolate banana muffin served with ice cream. Address: 43 Canoe Place Road | Phone: 631-594-3544 Click to go

* Indicates the restaurant will be at Island Tasting Nov. 9