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Huntington Social does Sunday supper
The tradition of family Sunday supper is catching on at restaurants. One of the latest to get on board is Huntington Social, which will be offering a rotating series of themed meals served, family-style, from large platters, every Sunday from 5 to 9 p.m. It's an all- you-can-eat affair — and, for an additional $10, you can opt for a “bottomless” glass of wine or beer.
Four rotating themes range in price from $24.95 to $34.95 a person. Call to see which one is being observed on the Sunday you want to go:
Prime Rib Night, $24.95: Prime rib au jus * Green salad * Seasonal vegetables * Baguette with butter * Pie
Lobster & Clam Bake Night, $34.95: Steamed lobsters and clams * Steamed mussels * Poached shrimp * Caesar salad * Seasonal vegetables * Parker House rolls * Pie
Pasta Night, $24.95: Three types of pasta: Spaghetti and meatballs, linguine with clams and goat cheese-prosciutto ravioli * Arugula and fennel salad * Seasonal vegetables * Garlic bread * Pie
Backyard BBQ Night, $24.95: BBQ baby back ribs * Mini hamburgers * Grilled Italian sausage * BBQ chicken * Baby spinach Salad * Grilled vegetables * Potato salad * Coleslaw * Baked beans * Cornbread * Pie
Reservations are recommended but not required.
Huntington Social is at 330 New York Ave., Huntington, 631-923-2442.