Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for admission for one to the Halloween costume party on October 31 ($90 value)
- $89 for admission for two to the Halloween costume party on October 31 ($180 value)
Admission includes all you can eat and drink. The food will be an assortment of hors d’oeuvres, such as mini crab cakes, tuna tartare, and butternut-squash soup. A $200 gift basket will be raffled off during the event.
Acacia's menu changes with the tides, its dinner and soup specials reflecting that day's freshest hand-chosen seafood and produce. With that rotating bounty, Culinary Institute of America–trained executive chef Matthew Maxwell and his staff create a marine-focused fine-dining menu that includes nearly a dozen globally inspired dishes made with Maine-caught wild mussels on the weekends.
A review on Newsday's ExploreLI blog described the food and low-lit ambience alike as "full-flavored and fun." When the clock strikes 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, Acacia transforms into a hangout where hip DJs, hip people named D.J., and specialty cocktails draw crowds.