Easter is a busy time for families. When celebrating this holiday with the people you love, consider joining us at Butterfields restaurant for our Easter Brunch Buffet! Spend less time in the kitchen and more time enjoying the company of your family with our special brunch buffet!
The relationship we share with our siblings is often underrated. To show your brothers and sisters you care, take your siblings out for a delicious dinner in Hauppauge! Butterfields restaurant is an ideal location to celebrate National Siblings Day.
If your 2019 New Year’s resolution was to get more social, let Butterfields help. We can host and cater your 2019 parties. Learn more about our party services by reading on.
2019 is here, and it’s a great time to come to Butterfields New American Cuisine restaurant for both our great food and exciting live entertainment! We have a diverse group of artists coming in January 2019 and all year long, so check our entertainment calendar regularly on our Events Page!
In need of some New Year’s Eve plans? Come to Butterfields! At Butterfields restaurant, we are hosting a 2019 New Year’s Eve gala. Included in our gala will be an all-inclusive three-course dinner, a five-hour open bar, and a champagne toast at midnight.
Save yourself a step this holiday season and let Butterfields Restaurant New American Cuisine cover your holiday party meal. Whether you’re hosting an office party or a family gathering, Butterfields can make your holidays easy and delicious. Learn more about catering this holiday season with Butterfields by reading on.
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.