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Experience a North Fork version of The Great Gatsby while lodging, meeting friends for drinks or discussing the book with other F. Scott Fitzgerald fans at these spots now offering specials based on the historic tale.

THE GREAT GATSBY GETAWAY PACKAGE

No better way to celebrate the grandeur of Baz Luhrmann’s filmic adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s epic novel than in Jamesport at Jedediah Hawkins Inn’s lavish Belvedere Suite with Daisy’s tipple of choice — a bottle of champagne.

In addition to receiving a 10 percent discount on the room and a bottle of champagne on ice, the package includes tickets to the film and a paperback copy of The Great Gatsby. Compare and contrast the movie and the literary classic downstairs in their very own speakeasy.

Two-night stay required on weekends. Call for rates and visit their website for interactive tours of suites.

Jedediah Hawkins Inn

400 South Jamesport Avenue, Jamesport, 631-722-2900

PROHIBITION STYLE COCKTAILS

Atsby. Among those with literary leanings, the name, lacking just one key letter, is explicably linked to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s tragic hero, Jay Gatsby.

Atsby Vermouth, however, is far from a lamentable case. The Mattituck distillery, which opened last fall and makes its eponymous product with locally sourced chardonnay, Finger Lakes apple brandy and exotic botanicals, was recently selected by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to be featured at the Manhattan Cocktail Classic May 17-21. To read more, check out our Q&A with Jill Filipovic, Atsby’s social media manager.

A listing of Atsby Vermouth drinks can be found here.

North Fork Table & Inn in Southold is featuring The Pink Lady, a cocktail made with beefeater gin, Busnel Calvados, house-made pomegranate grenadine and cream.

North Fork Table & Inn

57225 Main Road, Southold, 631-765-0177

GREAT GATSBY BOOK DISCUSSION

You’re invited to eat, drink and get literary at theBOOKPROJECT’s monthly novel night out to discuss F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby on Wednesday May 29 at 7:30 p.m. And you don’t even need to (re)read the book beforehand.

Free admission. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres. Cash bar.

The Riverhead Project

300 East Main Street, Riverhead, (631) 284-9300

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