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Taste the Season in Syosset

Syosset restaurants are already prepared for the holidays with food, drinks and parties.

 

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.

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