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Cavanaugh’s in Blue Point, on Blue Point Avenue, is always running weekly specials. The latest one is a seafood marinara on Fridays starting at 5 p.m. Wednesday Steak Night offers new appetizer offerings and salad choices.
Grey Horse Tavern on Bayport Avenue in Bayport has extended its ‘restorative hour’ aka happy hour in light of the federal government shutdown with hours from 12 p.m. to 6 pm. For government employees. It’s also got a Oktoberfest menu going as well. Check its Facebook page for more information.
Bistro 25, on Foster Avenue in Sayville, is running an Oktoberfest menu through October 31. The menu offers three German specialties (sauerbraten, bratwurst, pork schnitzel) as well as dessert for $25. The menu is offered Sundays through Thursdays. Every Friday and Saturday night there is live music in the bar area from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Café Joelle, on Main Street in Sayville, is also celebrating Oktoberfest through October 31 and has an extensive menu, though not price-fix. But there are price fix menus for lunch ( $23.95 Monday through Saturday) and dinner ( $27.95 Sunday through Thursday) as well.
Crickets on Main Street in Sayville offers daily specials
and on Tuesday features a half baked chicken with all the trimmings for $12.95.
Blue, on Montauk Highway and Nicolls Road in Blue Point, has
an all new $12 menu according to its website but no other information on the
Wednesday night is pasta night and Monday night is trivia night at Sage Café in Blue Point. In addition to a large menu Sage offers several specials every night it’s open. All you need to do is check the blackboard sign that’s up its Facebook page. One drink special this week is a $3 Becks offer if you mention you read it about it on their Facebook page.
Five Points Café, on Main Street in Sayville, offers a Monday night football special with a 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. happy hour featuring $6 pitchers of Bud Lite and 50 cent football wings. Tuesday through Saturday there is live music, with Irish music spotlighted on Wednesdays.
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