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New Shelter Island dinner pop-up
Kyle's, a Shelter Island restaurant that usually serves only breakfast and lunch, will be hosting an evening pop-up restaurant. Starting July 4, on Thursday to Sunday nights, married chefs Allison Katz and Fritz Beckmann will take over the kitchen. They're calling their new enterprise Dinner at Kyle's.
Beckmann cooked at TAO Asian Bistro and Morimoto in Manhattan; Katz, a former recipe tester and developer for Martha Stewart Omnimedia, worked in pastries at several event spaces in Manhattan.
Their menu will draw on locally sourced ingredients and will feature assorted bruschetta, such as house-made ricotta with creamed honey, duck liver mousseline and eggplant caponata. Expect such dishes as kale salad with roasted squash, grilled skirt steak with black currant sauce and house-made fettuccine with baby kale. Prices will range from $9 to $14 for appetizers and salads, $19 to $30 for entrees and $8 to $9 for desserts.
For dinner reservations only, call 646-621-8546. Kyle's is at 27 N. Ferry Rd., Shelter Island.