We’ve covered the St. James dining scene before and within that overview was Kitchen A Trattoria, one of Chef Eric Lomando’s great creations. His reach doesn’t stop there and with so much ground to cover in St. James, Chef Lomando has created a hat-trick of unique dining spaces that have been amazing the locals. Kitchen A Bistro may very well be his most well-known dining spot in St. James and one that has been receiving critical acclaim for years.
Luce + Hawkins is one of those rare restaurants. A historic location, a renowned chef and award-winning cuisine are all converging at this very spot on the north fork of Long Island and if you haven’t taken the trip yet, we don’t know what you are waiting for.
We know that summer is arriving and things are kicking into high gear because South Edison, located way out east in Montauk, just off Montauk Highway, is now officially open for the 2012 season.
This week’s edition of Fairway Friday takes us into the recipe book of Alan Riesenburger, Fairway’s Executive Chef. Chef Riesenburger has a long history in the food world, from his beginnings in his hometown in Capetown, South Africa and then to his current position at Fairway. He’s sharing with us a recipe for Pan Seared Swordfish with a Papaya Mango Salsa. This is perfect timing as swordfish steaks go on sale starting today through May 5th for $9.99. For step by step instructions and a picture of the finished dish, continue on.