Some of the finest restaurants on Long Island are currently serving $27.95 prix fixe meals as part of the spring version of Long Island Restaurant Week, which kicked off on Sunday. More than 150 restaurants are participating in the event, which runs through May 4.
Included in the prix fixe menu prices is a three-course meal every night, with the exception of Saturdays when prix fixe dinners will only be served until 7 p.m.
Restaurant week found its beginnings on the East End in 2003 and was organized by East Hampton-based public relations firm WordHampton. Success out east prompted the creation of the Long Island-wide promotion, offering affordable meals from top chefs at some of the most expensive restaurants across the region.