Carbone opening a new pop-up restaurant in Southampton

Carbone, the Village hotspot known for drawing crowds even during the pandemic, will open a pop-up in Southampton on Wednesday, Side Dish has learned.

“We will be respecting all the rules. There will be no place to dine, even outside — just nightly takeaway, but we wanted to open where we are and where so many of our customers are,” the source said. “It made a lot of sense in this environment. We are really excited about it.”

It’s not just that Carbone’s posh clientele is quarantining in the Hamptons, founders — chef Mario Carbone, Jeff Zalaznick and Rich Torrisi are too, sources said.

Carbone “will be running the show, as always,” the source said of the former Elm Street catering hall, which is expected to be open nightly.

The hope for the restaurant, where George and Amal Clooney once famously failed to get a last-minute reservation, is that a sit-down variety will occur when the quarantine ends.

“Everything we offer in New York, from the rotating specials to the classics will all be available,” the source said of the menu, which will include the spicy rigatoni vodka for $32; veal parmigiana for $69, and whole grilled branzino for $95.

Football news:

Jurgen Klopp: We are not thinking about next season, but about this one. There is much more to come
Inter is ready to buy out Sanchez from Manchester United for 20 million euros (Goal)
Werder fans are the best: they supported the team with a tractor emblem and thanked the Union with a hundred cases of beer
Flick about the Cup final with Bayer: It will not be like in the championship. They can hurt us
Holland will play in Dortmund and under 9-m number from the next season
Solskjaere and Lampard are among the contenders for the title of best coach in June in the Premier League
Umtiti injured his left knee. He won't have surgery