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Wantagh: Cheap food to celebrate snow

Scott Bradley, owner and chef at Snaps restaurant,

Scott Bradley, owner and chef at Snaps restaurant, stands in his restaurant in Wantagh. (Credit: Howard Schnapp, 2009)

Baby, it’s cold outside.

That’s why Snaps American Bistro in Wantagh is offering special deals tonight.

The one-night-only snow savings includes more than 10 small dishes served in bowls for $5. (The portions are a little larger than an appetizer size, says chef/owner Scott Bradley.)

Offerings include penne pasta and mushrooms served with a butternut squash and amaretto sauce, Parmesan mac & cheese with red wine-braised short ribs, potato gnocchi in vodka sauce, grilled hanger steak nestled on top of fried rice with pineapple soy mustard, lobster bisque, and Texas beef chili – spiced with cumin and cilantro, served with deep fried banana pepper rings.

A two-for-one drink special will apply to martinis, beer and wine tonight. And if you need something a bit more substantial to stick to your bones, choose from any appetizer, entrée and dessert tonight for $28.95.

Snaps American Bistro is at 2010 Wantagh Ave., Wantagh
516-221-0029 or snapsrestaurant.com
 
Scott Bradley, owner and chef at Snaps restaurant, stands in his restaurant in Wantagh.

 

Tags: Snaps American Bistro , Wantagh , Scott Bradley

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