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Restaurant Week deals coming to Huntington and Farmingdale

Pumpkin ravioli at Jonathan's Ristorante in Huntington.

Pumpkin ravioli at Jonathan's Ristorante in Huntington. Credit: Linda Rosier

Autumn restaurant week promotions start Oct. 8 in Huntington and Oct. 9 in Farmingdale, with the special discounts running through Oct. 15.

In Huntington, participating restaurants are slated to charge $20, $30 or $40 for three-course meals. On Saturday, Oct. 14, the prix-fixe dinners will be available until 7 p.m.

For example, Jonathan’s Ristorante will be among those offering the $40 menu. Choices include crab cake, duck breast with tart cherry sauce, pumpkin ravioli, mushroom risotto and tiramisu with chocolate.

At Honu Kitchen & Cocktails, the cost will be $30. Selections include Beijing duck spring rolls, braised beef tacos, flatiron steak, braised short-rib risotto, half-pound burgers, gelati and peanut butter-and-jelly bread pudding.

Mill Pond House will serve $30 dinners. There, the options take in New England-style clam chowder, spicy tuna roll, pappardelle Bolognese, pan-seared salmon filet, chocolate mousse and rice pudding.

In Farmingdale, the price points will vary, with each restaurant setting its own prices.

La Bottega is set at $17.95 for three courses, which include any soup, any panino and any dessert.

For $15.95, The Dark Horse Tavern will serve appetizers such as chicken wings and chili; main dishes include burgers and either shrimp, finfish or short-rib tacos; and a domestic beer.

Vintage Wine Bar and Bistro is set for two glasses of wine and any tapas for $22. There’s a two-person minimum, with the maximum discounts for tapas at $10 and $11 per glass of wine.

Library Cafe will have a $28.95 three-course menu; Chichimecas, a $24.95 one; and Vespa Italian Kitchen & Bar, a prix-fixe three courser for $28.95.

Listings of the restaurants taking part in the restaurant week promotions may be found at; and at

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