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DINE SOME MORE – If you still have room left after Dine Huntington Restaurant Week – good news! You’ve got another four days of prix-fixe menus ahead of you during Long Island Restaurant Week. Over 150 restaurants are offering three-course $27.95 menus through Nov. 10, and there’s plenty in the Town of Huntington. In Huntington alone, there’s: Besito Mexican, Bistro Cassis, Black and Blue Seafood Chophouse, BlonDee’s Bistro & Bar, Bravo! Nader, Café Buenos Aires, Crew, Doppio Artisan Bistro, Fado, Honu Kitchen and Cocktails, Mac’s Steakhouse, Osteria Da Nino, Piccolo Mondo, Red, Storyville American Table, The Clubhouse, Ting, Vitae and XO Restaurant. In Melville, see Four Food Studio and Jewel by Tom Schaudel; nearby in Huntington Station is Legal Sea Foods. Centerport’s Jellyfish is participating, as is East Northport’s Mascali Restaurant and Market. Commack’s Jackson’s and Perfecto Mundo are featured, and Greenlawn is well represented by Old Fields Restaurant and Ruvo. Happy dining to all!

MOVEMBER SHOWDOWN – The managers of two of Huntington’s culinary hotspots are putting their money – and their moustaches – where their mouths are this month for bragging rights and a great cause. That’s because Alex Vergara, the general manager of Jonathan’s Ristorante (15 Wall St., Huntington 631-549-0055 and Rory Van Nostrand, general manager at Greenlawn’s Old Fields Restaurant (81 Broadway, Greenlawn 631-754-9868 are competing to raise money during “Movember” in support of men’s health issues prostate and testicular cancer and mental health issues. They’ll be raising money for Huntington resident David Evans’ Movember team, called the “Huntington Networking Group,” by offering special prix-fixe “moustache menus” and drink specials, of which 10 percent will go to Movember. If you don’t order from the special menus, you can always donate to Rory or Alex in person, or visit their team website.

TALKING TURKEY – Don’t want to cook this Thanksgiving? Crossroads Café (26 Laurel Road, East Northport 631-754-2000 has you covered. They’ll be offering Thanksgiving-to-Go, featuring fresh roasted Maryland turkey, homemade gravy and a choice of five sides. $30 p.p. plus tax, five-person minimum. The best part is that it’s all packaged in disposable, oven-safe containers.

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