Cipollini Pronto may be the sister-restaurant to Cipollini, located just next door (they even share a kitchen), but to those looking for a quick coffee or a bite to eat while shopping, this is the perfect spot to relax, refuel and get on with your day.
JW’s Public House, a relative newcomer to Long Island’s north shore, in Glen Head, is crafting something special in their corner of the world (or at least their corner on Glen Head Road). Offering a restaurant / bar atmosphere with a menu focused on providing some of the freshest seafood available, there are plenty of options here for diners to revel in.
When Freeport, along with the rest of the island, was ravaged by Hurricane Sandy, the damage caused to Hudson & McCoy was enough to set into motion a chain of events that led to Hudson & McCoy to be evicted and a new tenant to come to the table. Enter Hudson’s on the Mile.
PRIME American Kitchen and Bar in Huntington is one of those restaurants on Long Island that not only has that “wow” factor, but it also lives up to the hype with their wonderful cuisine served with a side of an even better view.
A 1940’s railcar on Long Island is something quote unusual. Even more unusual is a 1940’s railcar serving up authentic barbecue that is delighting everyone who visits and creating a cult following for itself. Such is the case at Biscuits & Barbecue.
Red Fish Grille may not be as known as it should be, perhaps because it is attached to a strip of stores and is not a stand alone restaurant, but that doesn’t mean that they’re not serving top-notch seafood and other dishes to the Plainview crowd.
New for 2012 is The Bamboo Bar and Grill on the Nautical Mile in Freeport. We stopped by this past weekend before their busy lunch and afternoon rush to relax on their outdoor sand-covered dining area overlooking the calm waters and the marina.
Very few restaurants on the island can match the decor and the cuisine of Tellers Chophouse in Islip. Among the world class cuisine that they’re grilling up, the location is like no other on the island. Housed in an old bank, this is the perfect go-to spot for a power-lunch or romantic night out.
On FiOS1 Long Island’s Restaurant Hunter, it’s our job to take you across the island to some of our favorite dining destinations. On our recent “Sandwich” episode, we took you from Merrick to Westbury and then finished up in Port Jefferson for some of our lunchtime favorites. To follow along at home on where we took the viewers, follow on through below.