Fresno in East Hampton will offer $1 Oyster Night on Monday beginning at 5:30 PM. On Tuesday, it’s 30/30, which includes a $30 prix fixe menu and 30 percent off all bottled wine. There is also a prix fixe menu offered all night Sunday through Thursday, and Friday and Saturday from 5:30 to 6:30 PM. The menu includes and appetizer and entrée for $30 or an appetizer, entrée, and dessert for $35.
For reservations, call 631-324-8700 or visit www.fresnorestaurant.com.
The Springs Tavern Menu:
The Springs Tavern presents Monday Steak Night for $25. Wednesday is Prime Rib night for $29. On Thursdays, all first responders receive 25 percent off food and drinks. Fridays, all teachers receive 25 percent off food and drinks. There is also happy hour daily from 3 to 6 PM with discounted drinks specials and $5 bar bites.
Burger Bar Opens:
Union Cantina is officially opening its Union Burger Bar on Thursday, January 17, at 40 Bowden Square in Southampton.
On Golden Pond:
Hampton Theatre Company presents “On Golden Pond” by Ernest Thompson Thursday, January 10 through January 27 at Quogue Community Hall. Call 1-866-811-4111 or visit www.hamptontheatre.org for a complete list of showtimes.
Reasons To Be Pretty:
Center Stage at Southampton Cultural Center presents Neil LaBute’s “Reasons to be Pretty” Friday, January 11 through Sunday, January 27 at the Levitas Center for the Arts. General admission is $25. Call 631-287-4377 or visit www.scc-arts.org for a complete list of showtimes.
Sag Harbor’s Pierson varsity boys baseball bested Port Jefferson at home last Thursday 10–4, bringing its standings to 3–0 in League IX, tied with Mercy.
Previously, Pierson had a winning streak by beating Southold (0-2) on March 26 and Greenport (1-3-0) on March 27. Southold was demolished in the Pierson home game with a final score of 12–1 and Greenport lost 9–4 in the Pierson away game.
Also, during this past week, Riverhead (1-3-0) won a close game against Smithtown West (0-5-0), with a final score of 7–6 in League III.
In League VIII, Glenn (2-2-0) led a crushing victory against Hampton Bays (0-4-0), closing the game with a score of 12–3 and Mattituck (2-2-0) also held a substantial lead over Southampton (1-4-0) , finishing 14–4.
In League IX, Mercy beat Stony Brook with a score of 6–2 and in non-league competitions, Bayport-Blue Point had a landslide victory against Westhampton (1-2-0) with final score of 10–2.