Matisyahu will hit the Montauk Summer Series stage on Saturday with a live performance. Then spend Sunday Brunch with Alison Roman, cook, writer, and author of Dining In.
Sunday / Aug. 12th / 12-2PM
Savory Brunch with Alison Roman
"Drool-worthy yet decidedly unfussy food."—Goop
Alison Roman is a savory-over-sweet kind of gal – especially when it comes to breakfast, so Alison is inviting you to join her for a savory brunch at Sole East, featuring fresh, simple, of-the-moment dishes from her critically acclaimed cookbook Dining In: Highly Cookable Recipes. From Baked Eggs with Crushed Chickpeas, Chorizo, and Bread Crumbs to Watermelon and Cucumber with Spicy Sumac Salt, and, of course, the Salted Butter and Chocolate Chunk Shortbread Cookies seen ‘round the world, Alison’s savory (and boozy) brunch will get you primed to take on the day.
- Baked Eggs with Crushed Chickpeas, Chorizo, and Bread Crumbs
- Sour Cream Flatbread
- Smashed Cucumbers and Scallions over Garlicky Yogurt (with Decidedly Not Sweet Granola)
- Cantaloupe with Arugula and Black Olive/ Watermelon and Cucumber with Spicy Sumac Salt
- Sorbet in Grapefruit Cups
- Salted Butter and Chocolate Chunk Shortbread Cookies
Prefix menu (subject to change), beer and wine pairings, and a copy of Dining In: Highly Cookable Recipes.
Saturday / Aug. 11th / 6-9PM
Matisyahu is known for blending Orthodox Jewish themes with reggae, rock, and hip hop beatboxing sounds. Matisyahu's 2005 single "King Without a Crown" was a Top 40 hit in the United States. Since 2004, he has released five studio albums as well as two live albums, two remix CDs, and two DVDs featuring live concerts.
Saturday / Aug 11th / 1-5PM
Lekker Rosé Pool Party | As travelers, we tend to pick up new local lingo wherever we go. One of our favorite new words, “Lekker,” has several meanings. It is a common term for anything that is delicious or particularly luscious. In South Africa, it is most often used where Americans would say “cool,” “great” or “awesome!” Now it has a new meaning... a delicious rosé. Either way, you now have some new slang and a new bottle to take with you this summer