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Foodstuffs: Cocktails For A Cause, Bagels And Island Cuisine

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Ess-a-Bagel packages now available on a Hampton Jitney near you.

Ess-a-Bagel packages now available on a Hampton Jitney near you.

Ed’s Lobster Bar’s

Ed’s Lobster Bar’s "Save The Tatas Paloma."

Ed’s Lobster Bar’s

Ed’s Lobster Bar’s "Save The Tatas Paloma."

Ess-a-Bagel's COO Melanie Frost hands a bagel package to a member of the Hampton Jitney staff.

Ess-a-Bagel's COO Melanie Frost hands a bagel package to a member of the Hampton Jitney staff. CELINE ANDERSON

authorStaff Writer on Oct 12, 2020

Enjoy Some Tata Tequila

For the month of October, Ed’s Lobster Bar is partnering with Milagro Tequila to create a Breast Cancer Awareness Mmonth cocktail available only at the restaurant’s Sag Harbor location (1742 Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike, lobsterbarnyc.com). The “Save The Tatas Paloma” is made with Milagro silver tequila and other delicious ingredients. A portion of the cocktail proceeds will be donated to the Southampton Hospital Breast Cancer Coalition for the month of October.

Drink up for a good cause!

Ed’s Lobster Bar’s Save The Tatas Paloma

• 2 oz Milagro Silver

• 1/4 oz Solerno Blood Orange liqueur

• 1/4 oz lime juice

• 1 1/2 oz pink grapefruit soda

• Garnished with an edible wild orchid

Bagels On The Bus

Everybody loves a good bagel, and now, Ess-a-Bagel, the iconic New York City bagel company, has teamed up with the Hampton Jitney to bring its well-known bagels, spreads and other delicacies to the area. Exclusively available through the Hampton Ambassador line, consumers can now ride with their favorite bagel when traveling to the East End. Ess-a-Bagel, considered by many “the best bagels in New York,” recently started delivering to customers in the Hamptons and Tri-State area. Aligning with the Hampton Jitney, the well-known luxury transportation company for travel between the Hamptons and New York City, was the next natural step to bring Ess-a-Bagel’s food to even more New Yorkers, wherever they are.

The service began on October 2, and passengers riding on the Hampton Ambassador can now order a wide variety of breakfast items including yogurt parfaits, fruit cups, bagels with various toppings, as well as Ess-a-Bagel’s famous signature sandwich. Orders are placed when riders book a ticket and will be waiting for them as they board. The breakfast box may include a bagel and a schmear, along with a note with a little bagel humor to give them a little chuckle (because everyone needs something to laugh about these days), hand sanitizer, a napkin, bamboo utensils (as needed) and Ess-a-Bagel menus. Additionally, customers can order larger, pre-made, custom packages that will be stored on the bus and ready when they disembark to take to their final destination. Special curated packages were created for the Ambassador line.

Founded in 1976, Ess-a-Bagel has always been a favorite among New Yorkers, who grab breakfast on the way to work or pick up big orders before heading east for the weekend. Through this collaboration with the Hampton Jitney, Ess-a-Bagel will now be easily accessible to those traveling to and from New York City. For more information, visit ess-a-bagel.com.

Fall Menu At Miss Shanty

“King Solomon” Evans, former owner of Red Strype, Les Amis, Les Deux Lapins, A Café and Ivo & LuLu in Manhattan, and Bar Bù on South Beach, Miami, has formally premiered his fall menu at his new Caribbean Café, Miss Shanty on The Hamlet Green in Hampton Bays.

Miss Shanty serves traditional island fare, which fuses authentic West Indian and French Caribbean dishes with a nouveau twist. All to the sounds of classic reggae and calypso music which continue to be trademark themes of King Solomon’s hot spots.

Since it opened at start of summer, Miss Shanty has been whisking clients away to a tropical paradise. Word on the street has been strictly positive vibes thus far, and the locals have welcomed Miss Shanty to the neighborhood. The new fall menu can be viewed at missshanty.com. Miss Shanty Caribbean Café At The Hamlet Green is at 105 West Montauk Highway, Hampton Bays. For more details call 631-594-3788.

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