Good Eats at 1770 House

The 1770 House_Roasted Mushroom & Baby Spinach Salad_Dried Cranberries_Mecox ‘Sigit’ Cheese_ and Black Truffle Dressing_Photo Credit Robyn Lea 229A0831 1.1MB

Roasted Mushroom & Baby Spinach Salad with Dried Cranberries, Mecox ‘Sigit’ Cheese and Black Truffle Dressing. Photo by Robyn Lea.

Last night I was fortunate enough to have dinner at the 1770 House with a friend before we went to see the JDTLab reading at Guild Hall in East Hampton.

Oh, it was so delicious!

The restaurant is offering special prix fixe menus on Tuesdays before the JDTLab events. At $27 for two courses, it’s a good deal for great gourmet. And by the way, if you haven’t gone to one of these free readings at Guild Hall you are really missing out! The next one is on Tuesday, February 2.

To start, I had the Autumn Greens Salad with Local Mutsu Apple (minus the) Bacon, Candied Pecans & Apple Cider-Cumin Vinaigrette. So yummy. Almost buttery in its savoriness. I finished with a really fantastic veggie pasta dish, special from Executive Chef Michael Rozzi, but the Roasted Icelandic Codfish Autumn Vegetable Curry, Piopino Mushrooms & Pumpkin Seed Pistou also looked super great.

A few other specials, running through April, include $17.70 Tavern Thursdays (I heart the tavern, it always makes me feel like I’m dining in “The Cask of Amontillado” in an awesome way!) and $35 Three-Course Weekday Prix Fixe menus. You won’t be disappointed.

The 1770 House Exterior Dusk Photo Credit John Musnicki

The 1770 House at night. Photo by John Musnicki.

 

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