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NOMS | the last brunch @ the Riverhead Project

Good Bye -
to one of my Favorite Brunch Spots.

The Riverhead Project was a surprising find for any foodie who found themselves on Main Street in Riverhead on Long Island. A modern vibe with a 1960's essence, it was upscale, trendy and unique.  They had great seasonal specials, amazing desserts and the absolute best cocktails!

Dennis McDermott the owner of the trendy restaurant that pioneered the revitalization of this main street officially announced that it's doors would be closed forever a few days ago.  To read the full scoop on the story, check here.  

I'm sad to see the spot go, but this just means there will be a new proprietor and a new spot to try out soon enough.  So lets take a moment to reflect on how good the food was.  And that HA HA FRESH was pretty much one of my favorite brunch cocktails.       





| SHRIMP & CRAB FRITTERS  - fried and battered shrimp and crab fritters with fresh corn and peppers, drizzled with a summer herb aioli 

| CRAB CAKE BENE  - poached eggs over crab cakes with prosciutto and lemon tabasco hollandaise, served with home fries and grilled peppers.

| lastly my favorite the : HA HA FRESH   - polish wodka with cucumber, blood orange and lime 
RIP to the tRP spot - Fall 2014


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