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Vitae in Huntington's $27.95 fixed-price dinner

Vitae restaurant and wine bar is on the

Vitae restaurant and wine bar is on the corner of West Carver and New streets in Huntington, formerly occupied by Abel Conklin's, on April 19, 2011. (Credit: Doug Young)

Vitae, the New American restaurant in downtown Huntington, offers a summertime fixed-price dinner: $27.95 for three courses.

The special is available Sundays and Tuesdays, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.; and Wednesday to Friday, from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Chef Keith Davidson's choices include teriyaki chicken dumplings, mussels marinara, onion soup, Caesar salad and, with supplementary prices, baked clams oreganata ($2 added), tandoori naan with beef tenderloin ($3 extra), and pan-crisped Maryland crab cake ($5 more.)

Main courses: penne alla vodka, tomato-corn-and-crab risotto, chicken Marsala, and roasted salmon with red-pepper emulsion, flatiron steak, and blue crab-crusted sole ($8 supplement). Desserts take in gelato, New York-style cheesecake and apple strudel with vanilla gelato and caramel sauce.

Vitae, 54 New St., Huntington; 631-385-1919.



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