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Foodstuffs: This Thanksgiving, Leave The Cooking To The Pros

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Nick & Toni's artisanal cheese plate for a Thanksgiving starter.

Nick & Toni's artisanal cheese plate for a Thanksgiving starter.

Harbor Market's pecan pie.

Harbor Market's pecan pie.

Harbor Market's turkey and fixings.

Harbor Market's turkey and fixings.

Harbor Market Thanksgiving-ready Brussel's sprouts.

Harbor Market Thanksgiving-ready Brussel's sprouts.

Nick & Toni's affettati misti (Italian cured meat platter).

Nick & Toni's affettati misti (Italian cured meat platter).

Nick & Toni's affettati misti (Italian cured meat platter).

Nick & Toni's affettati misti (Italian cured meat platter).

authorStaff Writer on Nov 9, 2020

It may be hard to believe, but Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and will soon be upon us. If you’re not in the mood to cook the full dinner this year (or are limiting the number of relatives that you’ll be gathering with), here are some options for having an alternative turkey day feast where you can also support local businesses.

To-Go Thanksgivings

Art of Eating

The Art of Eating, 264 Butter Lane in Bridgehampton, is offering a special Thanksgiving catering to-go menu. Orders must be placed prior to Thursday, November 19, and must be picked up no later than 11:30 a.m. on Thanksgiving Day at The Barn in Bridgehampton. The menu is available for Thanksgiving week and weekend only, and they are currently maintaining a $400 minimum order. To place an order, call 631-267-4111 or email

Menu items, subject to change, include several hors d’oeuvres including cheese, chutneys and fresh fruit, a Not-So-Traditional Relish Tray, deviled eggs, marinated olives, spiced nuts and dips, as well as pigs in a blanket and a Kabocha squash and goat cheese spread, lobster salad, shrimp cocktail, beer-steamed shrimp, a smoked salmon platter, fall-inspired soups and salads, and more. Dinner opens include a whole slow-roasted turkey from Mecox Ludlow Farms, as well as options like whole-roasted turkey breast, slow-roasted bone-in Berkshire ham, as well as a number of Thanksgiving sides, stuffing and gravies. Pumpkin pecan pie bread, five-spiced pumpkin pie, chocolate soufflé cake, pear almond tarts, chocolate bark with dried fruits and pumpkin seeds and more are also available.

For a full menu and planning tips, call the Art of Eating Catering at 631-267-2411 or visit

The 1770 House Restaurant & Inn

Chef Michael Rozzi and The 1770 House Restaurant & Inn present Thanksgiving 2020 in two ways — a new “to go” option, for pick-up before Thanksgiving Day, and time-honored “to stay,” Thanksgiving Day service, in the main dining room and downstairs at the Tavern.

For home celebrations, “Thanksgiving To Go” is a special dinner package that serves up to 10 or provides plenty of leftovers for smaller gatherings. All that needs cooking is the 14-pound organic Amish turkey trussed with herbs and house spice blend. Estimated cooking time is three hours with instructions and meat thermometer included.

Five cooked and prepared sides, gravy, dinner rolls and dessert pies need only re-heating. Included are Chef Rozzi’s sage and giblet gravy; brioche stuffing with sausage and golden raisins; cranberry-orange relish; pan-roasted garlic Yukon gold potato mash; southern style sweet potato casserole; roasted Brussels sprouts with almonds and lemon butter; and Tate’s apple crumb and pumpkin pies.

“Thanksgiving To Go” is $500 and must be ordered by Friday, November 20, for pick-up either Tuesday, November 24, or Wednesday, November 25, from noon to 3 p.m.

For those who would like to enjoy Thanksgiving by dining in at The 1770 House, Chef Rozzi is creating a three-course prix fixe feast with traditional and alternative holiday selections at $125 per person plus beverage, tax and gratuity. Wine pairings are available by wine director Michael Cohen, who oversees the restaurant’s 250-bottle wine list. Dinner will be served from 2 to 6:30 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, and reservations are required due to limited seating for social distancing.

The 1770 House Restaurant & Inn is at 143 Main Street, East Hampton. For more information, call 631-324-1770, or visit


If you’re interested in mixing it up by adding some Mediterranean specialties and spice to your Thanksgiving feast, Calissa in Water Mill will offer a takeout Thanksgiving in the Hamptons menu for $75 per person with mezze options including pantzarosalata beet dip, dakos tomato salad and savory fall pies. Mains include roasted sliced turkey with Mediterranean herbs, slow roasted pork shank with gigantes beans and thyme, and beef keftedes with Aleppo pepper and feta. Sides feature wild and brown rice, gigantes beans and briam with roasted vegetables, feta and tomato. Indulge in dessert options like the meloakarona featuring Greek holiday cookies with spices and honey. Ordering 48-hours in advance is recommended, and orders can be made by visiting Calissa is at 1020 Montauk Highway in Water Mill.

Nick & Toni’s

Nick & Toni’s in East Hampton will be celebrating Thanksgiving with a special “Thanksgiving at Home” menu this year. All orders must be placed by Friday, November 20, at 3 p.m. and pick-ups will take place on Wednesday, November 25, between 2 and 5 p.m. The restaurant will be closed on Thanksgiving. A selection of wines will also be available. The menu, subject to change, includes a selection of dishes that feed four, such as antipasti offerings like a Hamptons sourdough boule, romaine salad, baby arugula salad, artisanal cheese plate ($46), and affettati misti, an Italian cured meat platter ($52). For the main course, choose from turkey braciola ($80) or butternut squash and ricotta lasagna ($48). Available sides include roasted local Brussels sprouts, fall squash caponata, sweet potato maple puree, roasted mushrooms, sweet sausage stuffing, and of course, gravy. For dessert, try Milk Pail apple cranberry crostata, almond biscotti or Nick & Toni’s tartufo — caramel truffle, chocolate and hazelnut gelato and biscotti. Also available will be gelato (cinnamon pumpkin, butter pecan vanilla) and sorbetto (concord grape, lemon).

Orders can be placed by visiting Nick & Toni’s is at 136 Main Street, East Hampton. Call 631-324-3550 or visit for more information.

Harbor Market and Kitchen

Harbor Market and Kitchen in Sag Harbor is offering a take-out Thanksgiving menu featuring roast turkey, vegetables and sides such as roasted delicate squash and wood roasted Brussels sprouts, plus stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potato puree and cranberry relish. Also available are starters including squash soup and a charcuterie and cheese board, and pumpkin, apple crumb and chocolate pecan pie, plus pumpkin cheesecake or cookies for dessert.

Orders should be placed in advance by Thursday, November 12. Pick up on Thanksgiving Day, November 26, by noon. Call Harbor Market at 631-725-4433 or visit for details.

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