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Amarelle, the New American restaurant, hits high notes in the dining room with its food. Starting April 4, it will with music, too.

On Easter Sunday, the eatery begins a series of brunches starring jazz musicians. The first performer will be saxophonist Shenole Latimer. Brunch will go from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Reservations are recommended. Cost: $39, adults; $19, children. The second session, on April 11, will feature singer and keyboard artist Gail Storm, a native of Huntington.

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Amarelle, which earned a two-and one-half star rating in Newsday last year  for its food,  is at 2028 North Country Rd., Wading River; 631-886-2242.

Amarelle. Photo by John Griffin.