If you’re looking for an incentive not to cook tonight, Long Island restaurants are dishing up deals beyond Taco Tuesday.
Off the Block in Sayville could easily become a burger fan’s go-to, especially on Tuesday night, when a beer and a burger cost $12. The butcher shop/restaurant grinds beef in-house daily, a blend of 80/20 chuck. You can’t go wrong with an All-American — two four-ounce patties, lettuce, tomatoes and pickles on a brioche. 501 Montauk Hwy in Sayville, 631-573-6655.
Tuesday is fried chicken night at Swingbelly’s in Long Beach, when $16 brings diners a four-piece chicken dinner, a choice of a side like the smokehouse beans or collards and a BLT salad. 909 W. Beech St., Long Beach, 516-431-3464.
Date night at Pizza Parm in Islip extends to May 11, when eat-in diners ordering two entrees or a pizza get a second glass of wine or beer for a buck. Pizza Parm is the newest restaurant from Kurt and Michael Bohlsen, the family behind Monsoon in Babylon Village, Verace and Tellers in Islip, H2O in Smithtown and Prime in Huntington. 591 Main St. in Islip, 631- 581-9500.
Speaking of Monsoon Steak and Sushi, the Babylon restaurant celebrates its anniversary with deals through May 22, such as $10 off any surf and turf. The drink incentive can be enticing should you want to tie one on, with a $10 glass of wine on tap and $1 for each additional glass for diners ordering entrees, steaks, surf and turf or dinners for two. 48 Deer Park Ave. Babylon, 631-587-4400.