Butterfields Restaurant located at 661 Old Willets Path in Hauppauge is not just a great destination for New American cuisine, it is also a great place to see quality live entertainment. December 2018 is no exception as we have a lineup of entertainers to keep you coming back all month long.
Get excited for National Happy Hour Day! Happy hour is an enjoyable celebration that takes place after work hours during the weekday. National Happy Hour Day, celebrated on November 12, takes this celebration to the next level. To learn more about the history of happy hour and how you can celebrate National Happy Hour Day, just continue reading this blog post.
October is a busy music month at Butterfields Restaurant at 661 Old Willets Path in Hauppauge. When you come to Butterfields to enjoy our New American Cuisine, you can stay and rock with us for the whole month. Here’s our schedule for October 2018:
Seeking an affordable and delicious gourmet dinner this week? If you are, come enjoy our three-course price fixe menu at Butterfields New American Cuisine. We serve this price fixe menu Monday through Friday night. For only $30.95, you can dine on a gourmet three-course meal.
Butterfields Restaurant in Hauppauge invites you to celebrate with us, because August is National Sandwich Month! Meat and bread have been a staple of many diets for centuries, but the sandwich as we know it today was created when the Earl of Sandwich John Montague requested a food he could eat without interrupting a marathon gambling session. The chef at his London club placed sliced meats between pieces of bread and the sandwich was born.
Relax this weekend and let Butterfields New American Cuisine Restaurant handle dinner. Treat yourself, your friends, your family, or your date to a delicious dinner at Butterfields this weekend. We make everything to order and cater to all dietary restrictions, so feel free to dine with us even if you are gluten-free, vegetarian, or vegan!
Butterfields Restaurant on Old Willets Path in Hauppauge is looking forward to July 29, because that is National Chicken Wing Day as proclaimed by Buffalo New York’s mayor in 1977. Buffalo is considered the original home of the Buffalo chicken wing after Teressa Bellissimo of the Anchor Bar fried up some wings then tossed them in butter and hot sauce to satisfy her son and his friends one late night in 1964. Up until then, chicken wings were usually saved for soups. Others followed and the mighty chicken wing has become a staple of happy hours and late night snacking, but they are good any time of the day.