Restaurants around Syosset are already prepared for the holidays, hosting parties and offering up seasonal treats. Here are a few we found around the neighborhood.
serves the bayou's best for the holidays.
Eating In: If you're eating at Mara's, order a small turducken (for non-foodies, a turducken is a chicken inside a duck inside a turkey) or seasonal crawfish. Crawfish are now officially in season and Mara's has their first fresh shipment arriving this Friday.
Taking Out: If you want to add some Southern style to your own holiday feast, seasonal cakes, pies, and meals, including that turducken, crawfish, and a Cajun-style seven fishes platter are all available for home catering.
is pouring pints of your favorite seasonal ales.
What to order: Sip a Blue Point Winter Ale or a Sam Adams Winter Lager.
Party Planning: Ask the manager to host your next holiday party! Whether it's for friends, coworkers, or a big family affair, Black Wolf will host your holiday get together!
creates original, fresh holiday treats all from scratch.
What to Order: In the morning, you may try a winter specialty, their Cranberry Walnut Bread, and after dinner you may want to take it up a notch with a Red Velvet Tartufo.
For Santa's Little Helpers: Have kids around? They'll absolutely love Taste Bakery's Push Pops.
Adventurous Eaters: Ever wondered what deer meat tasted like in a delicious sauce, but not quite the hunter? Caracalla offers a Deer Scallopine dish in a Brown Porcini Mushroom sauce as part of its catering menu.
For the Not-so-adventurous: Not into deer? Feel free to subsitute for other types of meat, or go vegetarian!
Old Fashioned Holiday Dinners: Aside from their half-priced bar menu, offers a large menu, and a homemade Mim's Meatloaf with Mashed Potatoes fits the winter season. They also offer catering for a special holiday get-together.