It's a WonderFALL Autumn at Baron's Cove Sag Harbor
It’s a WonderFall (and delicious) autumn at Baron’s Cove. Here’s what’s coming up at Sag Harbor’s harbor-side retreat this fall. Sweater weather is for wining, dining, and cozy fireside gatherings at one of my favorite Hamptons hotspots.
1. Oktoberfest at Baron’s Cove, October 13, 1-5 p.m. It’s going to be wunderbar.
Join us for our annual Oktoberfest this Saturday, October 13, 1-5 p.m. and enjoy beer specials, wursts with kraut & whole grain mustard (bratwurst, weisswurst, bauernwurst), soft Pennsylvania pretzels with beer and Adirondack cheddar fondue, and Chef Jay’s bacon jam, mini schnitzel with spätzle, lingonberries, lemon, apfelstreudel, and more. Plus, there’ll be live festive music with local favorite, Tom & Lisa, 2-5 p.m.
2. The Jazz Series at Baron’s Cove continues every Wednesday 6-9 p.m. with live jazz performances from some of the Hamptons’ favorite musicians including Unsung Heroes, Hot Club of Montauk, Ludmilla & Marcello, among others. Visit baronscove.com for the weekly entertainment lineup.
3. The Restaurant at Baron’s Cove’s new fall menu debuts October 18 with Executive Chef Jay Lippin’s Heritage Pork Shank with braised polenta, Brussel sprouts and natural jus featuring pork raised at the resort’s very own 62-acre Beach Plum Farm. There’s also a lobster pot pie with morel mushrooms, pan roasted Long Island Duck breast with orient point husk cherry gastrique, Chef Jay’s cassoulet, Long Island “cheese pumpkin” aroncini and more.
4. Wine down on Thursdays at the Restaurant at Baron’s Cove with weekly rotating wine specials from the resort’s collection plus a $48 three-course Prix Fixe menu (in addition to regular fall menu). Each week will focus on a specific region including Bordeaux specials, Burgundies, New York State wines, and Southern Hemisphere sleepers. Call 631-725-2101 for reservations.
5. Sundays are for sharing with Baron’s Cove’s Sunday Carvery. Each week will feature a different carvery protein, in addition to the restaurant’s fall menu. Rotating options include leg of lamb, standing rib roast, fresh ham, stuffed veal breast, rack of lamb, lacquered Long Island duckling for two and Long Island Seafood Stew for two (the duckling and seafood stew are available every Sunday).
6. Visit Baron’s Cove for a scary good time and Haunted Halloween Happy Hour ALL NIGHT (plus it’s Jazz Wednesday!) with Spooky Jazzy Cocktail specials such as:
Black Cosmo with Blackberry Liqueur with a Cobweb Garnish
Poison Apple Pie (Rum, Cream, Cinnamon Syrup, Egg white, Sparkling Apple Juice)
Zombie Apocalypse (Absolut Elyx, Malibu, Passion Fruit Puree, Grapefruit Juice, Pernod)
7. The Restaurant at Baron’s Cove is participating in this fall’s Long Island Restaurant Week, Nov 4-11. Join us for the bi-annual and award-winning Long Island Restaurant Week. Chef Jay Lippin has created a three-course prix fixe menu for $29.95 per person. Menu items include Long Island duck confit & winter squash risotto, boneless beef short ribs, Long Island “cheese pumpkin” aroncini with spaghetti squash, cove chowder, and more.
Visit baronscove.com for more information on Baron’s Cove and additional Hamptons happenings.