Southampton staple 75 Main, which is open all year-round, has debuted an appealing new Fall Menu that balances familiar favorites with new dishes, highlighting the very best of autumnal flavors and produce.
With October heralding the end of the Hamptons’ high season, the dispersing of crowds and traffic comes as a welcome relief for residents and the less-frequent fall visitors. 75 Main’s owner and restaurateur Zach Erdem says, “The offseason is very pleasant time to be in the Hamptons. It’s so calm. There’s something so magical about the crisper sea air on an autumn day when the beach is virtually deserted.”
Another advantage of fall are the excellent dining specials on offer, and 75 Main has some of the most enticing fall specials of all the restaurants in the Hamptons. Monday night is all about the expertly-crafted pastas; guests can choose any soup or salad starter and any one of the restaurant’s delicious pasta entrees for $16. Every Sunday throughout fall, guests can enjoy steak specials; with any soup or salad starter you have the choice of the 75 Main Burger, Flat Iron Steak, Marinated Skirt Steak, or Hunger Steak for $18. From Tuesdays through to Fridays, 75 Main serves the popular 3-course pre-fixe dinners for only $29.95. Executive Chef Mark Militello’s flavorful new menu can be perfectly complemented with selections from 75 Main’s specialty cocktail menu and extensive wine list.
The delicious new fall menu, which highlights the best of local produce like Heirloom tomatoes, features popular dishes like the truffle crumb stuffed breast of natural chicken, served with creamy polenta, garlic and broccoli rabe. The Blue Crab crusted Halibut is always a tasty option – with fennel gratin, wilted Swiss chard, and lemon horseradish butter, while meat lovers can opt for the marinated skirt steak, with olive oil mashed potatoes and French beans.
After dinner, guests can enjoy 75 Main’s exclusive nightlife scene, as the restaurant transforms into one of the hottest lounges on the East End every Friday and Saturday. The famous lounge, where well-known DJs spin the hottest tracks, is open until 4am every Friday and Saturday through the fall.