What You'll Get
According to the Mayan calendar, there are actually five seasons: spring, summer, fall, volcano, and winter. Celebrate the happiest, least threatening foursome with today's deal: for $15, you get $30 worth of eclectic entrees, cocktails, and more at Four Food Studio and Cocktail Salon in Melville.
At Four, chefs prep fresh Long Island edibles, which are under the influence of Asian-American flavors and techniques. Lunch and dinner menus include wonders such as tomato and mozzarella flatbread ($12), and crispy calamari with mango chutney, banana chips, and jalapeno cream ($15). Entrees include complex servings of pan-roasted black bass with hearty veggies and warm truffle vinaigrette ($24 at lunch, $29 at dinner), and a 12 ounce NY strip ($17 at lunch, $38 at dinner) with enough fried zucchini, horseradish, and green peppercorn sauce to make a taste bud retire, take up golf, and spend more time with his saliva glandchildren.
Open for lunch on weekdays and dinner Monday–Saturday, Four's elegant architecture extends across four distinct dining areas designed to celebrate the seasons. Sip a cool cocktail in the Summer Bar, which features an eye-opening projection screen, or cozy up in the Winter Room's oval igloo, a conversational destination for guests who appreciate winter, but dislike the dexterity lost in mittens. All diners must have a reservation, so phone ahead to secure a seasonal seat.
- They made the BEST Brussels Sprouts that I have ever had. Yes Brussels Sprouts. Try it first and then comment. The Decor was very interesting you have all 4 seasons to chose [sic] from. – Edp5000, Zagat
- A beautifully appointed restaurant with perhaps some of the best food on Long Island. – Open Table user who dined on 5/21/2010
About Four Food Studio and Cocktail Salon
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 27, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per table. Valid for dining room only. Not valid for takeout. Must use in 1 visit. Reservation required. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.