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Hamptons Restaurant Week Specials Hit North Fork on Sunday

The 10th annual Hamptons Restaurant Week kicks off this weekend with fixed price menus through March 25.

Sunday marks the start of the 10th annual Hamptons Restaurant week, where top-rated restaurants across the East End will offer three-course meals for a prix fixe of $19.95 or $24.95.

Sponsored by Long Island Restaurant and Hospitality Group, a division of WordHampton public relations firm, Hamptons Restaurant Week is aimed at getting people out to try new restaurants. More than 50 restaurants are participating this year and eight are right here in the Westhampton-Hampton Bays area.

This year, being the event's 10th anniversary, WordHampton has added vineyard and hospitality businesses into the mix.

According to Tara Berkoski, an account executive at WordHampton, vineyards will be offering discounts in tasting rooms and lodging properties are offering special rates. To find out more about which vineyards and lodging accommodations are participating, click here.

In addition, to celebrate it's 10th year, WordHampton will be donating $10 to , which provides shelter for the area's homeless, for every Facebook like on the Hamptons Restaurant Facebook Page.

Aside from creating Hamptons Restaurant Week, WordHampton is also the organizer of , which takes place in November. More than 200 restaurants across the island participate in the event that restaurants say is a boon to business.

North Fork Restaurants Participating in Restaurant Week

Aquebogue:

Jamesport:, Jamesport Country Kitchen,

Mattituck:

New Suffolk:

Cutchogue: Touch of Venice

Southold:

Greenport:

Shelter Island: La Maison Blanche, Vine Street Cafe

Be sure to also post a review of these area eateries on Patch by clicking on the links above.

Erin Schultz March 16, 2012 at 04:37 PM
Carlos X DeJesus said on Facebook: "It's Hamptons Restaurant Week , I don't get it , why be associated with that . Make it the North Fork Restaurant Week , they are totally different , I am a Greenport native, a North Fork Native , not a Hampton person. Apples and Oranges , correct."
Retired March 17, 2012 at 10:52 AM
I totally agree. I dont want heir food or their traffic
Erin Schultz March 17, 2012 at 06:53 PM
Jack Tomlin said on Facebook: "Why not split the restaurant weeks into individual towns while we're at it? They can name it Miami Florida Restaurant Week for all I care as long as it's a $24.95 special. Just enjoy a good thing."

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