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Acacia in Huntington has new lunch choices

The dining room is busy and energetic at

The dining room is busy and energetic at Acacia restaurant in Huntington. (Jan. 11, 2014) (Credit: Daniel Brennan)

Acacia, one of downtown Huntington's newer destinations, has expanded its lunch menu, which is offered Thursdays to Sundays.

Just added are main course salads such as seared, peppercorn-crusted tuna with soba noodles ($16); a Cobb salad ($12); and a Caesar salad with grilled chicken ($14).

New sandwich choices: grilled cheese with Brie, arugula, red onion, Granny Smith apple, and caramelized onion chutney on sourdough toast ($13); a tuna BLT, with yellowfin tuna, applewood-smoked bacon, tomato and spicy mayo on sourdough ($15); and grilled chicken with roasted peppers, smoked mozzarella and pesto on ciabatta ($14).

Sandwiches and salads also are available in half-portions at half-price.

Lunch entrees take in linguine with white clam sauce ($16; half-order, $8); a lobster omelet  ($15); a shrimp po'boy ($15); and oysters at market prices.

Acacia earned a two-and-a-half star rating in Newsday earlier this year. The restaurant becomes a night club Thursdays to Saturdays after 11 p.m.

Acacia, 371 New York Ave., Huntington; 631-923-2299.

 

Tags: Huntington , Acacia

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