Greenport eatery also launches Green Hill Provisions

Green Hill Kitchen Sends Meals To Area Hospitals




Meals prepared for Stony Brook Hospital

Green Hill Kitchen & Que in Greenport is doing its part to give back to the community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The restaurant is working with local farms, fishermen, New York Prime Beef, and Peter’s Fruit Company to donate meals to healthcare workers at local hospitals.

To start this initiative, the restaurant dropped meals to Stony Brook Hospital on Friday, April 3. On Monday, April 6, they will deliver to Stony Brook Southampton Hospital. On Saturday, April 11, it will be Eastern Long Island Hospital, and Tuesday, April 28, Peconic Bay Medical Center. The team plans to continue the services for as long as the community needs.

“Here at Green Hill we are proud to support local healthcare workers that are selflessly working incredibly long hours and facing daunting challenges in front of them on a daily basis. The least we can do is make sure that they have a healthy, tasty weekly cooked meal with loads of love from all of us,” said a statement from Chef Matty Boudreau and Green Hill Kitchen & Que team.

Chef Matty Boudreau. Independent/Isobel Media

The restaurant has also announced it will now offer a provisions line, Green Hill Provisions, which allows shoppers to place orders on its website to be delivered across the East End. There is a $125 minimum order and delivery is available 24 to 48 hours after the order is placed. Products include non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, dairy items, dry goods, frozen items, household essentials, produce, meat, seafood, and more. A Quarantine Que Kit is also available. Visit www.greenhillnycatering.com for a full list of products. Create a username and password to enter the site and shop.

All proceeds from Green Hill Provisions will go to staff that was laid off to help support their families.

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