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Weekend picks: Dining near Patchogue Theatre
It's young talent on stage Sunday at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts. Twenty-six children, 8 to 18 years old, are scheduled to participate in the variety show for cash prizes.
The production goes on at 7 p.m. Sunday at the theater, 71 E. Main St. Admission is $9 to $25. For additional information: 631-207-1313; patchoguetheatre.com
While you're in the neighborhood, you may enjoy these three restaurants.
Bobbique brings you in with Memphis-style pulled pork, pulled chicken, chicken wings, half-pound hamburgers, chopped beef brisket. St. Louis-style ribs, smoked sausage - you get the idea. Add the house-made sweet potato fries.
Lawan is a full-flavored Thai restaurant. Try the chicken or beef satays, steamed dumplings with chicken and peanuts, curry puffs filled with potato and chicken, rice noodles with beef and scallion, papaya salad, deep-fried whole fish, curries.
Delfiore Pizza & Food Co. stars with its pies, whether Margherita, Sicilian or Sicilian Margherita. Also, consider the eggplant and chicken Parmigiana, rice balls, mini-burgers, the meatball appetizer, panini, wraps, baked pastas.
Bobbique, 70 W. Main St.; 631-447-7744.
Lawan, 13 E. Main St.; 631-687-1313.
Delfiore Pizza & Food Co., 75 E. Main St.; 631-475-3663.