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The 1770 House in East Hampton and more Long Island restaurants to try this weekend

Montauk fluke tartare is on the menu at

Montauk fluke tartare is on the menu at The 1770 House in East Hampton. Credit: Gordon M. Grant

The January thaw is giving way to the return of chilly nights. Here are three restaurants where you’re sure to warm up, courtesy of the food and the mood.

Oak Chalet in Bellmore specializes in German and continental cuisines, all served in a homey setting. Recommended: the schlacht platter of bratwurst, knockwurst, smoked pork chop and potato pancakes; sauerbraten with red cabbage and potato dumpling; Wiener schnitzel a la Holstein; frikadelle, a meat loaf with mushroom gravy. Moderate

Oak Chalet, 1940 Bellmore Ave., Bellmore, 516-826-1700, oakchalet.net

Jonathan’s Ristorante in Huntington combines traditional Italian fare with considerable flair. Recommended: fritto misto; bucatini Bolognese; tagliatelle with eggplant, basil, and mozzarella; mushroom risotto; flatbread of prosciutto, figs, ricotta and honey; duck breast with tart cherry sauce; double-cut pork chop; chicken with lemon-rosemary sauce. Expensive

Jonathan’s Ristorante, 15 Wall St., Huntington, 631-549-0055, jonathansristorante.com

The 1770 House in East Hampton dates to its namesake year and then some. And it is has been dependably excellent, especially now. Recommended: spicy Montauk fluke tartare; cauliflower soup; loin of lamb with olives and saffron risotto; pork tenderloin with sage-walnut pesto; sticky date cake; tangerine creme brulee; ricotta cheesecake. Expensive

The 1770 House, 143 Main St., East Hampton, 631-324-1770, 1770house.com

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