Krisch’s Restaurant and Ice Cream Parlor in Massapequa is not only a wildly popular restaurant on Long Island, but it is one that is steeped in history; one of the last remaining old-school ice cream shops around.
We had a preconceived notion that The Good Life would be a great meal. When we visited their sister location, The Phoenix in Seaford, it was one of the better meals that we had had on Long Island and were quite excited. The Good Life held our expectations and made for a wonderful evening out.
5,400 square feet of Asian cuisine await at Ginza, one of the newest hot spots to open up on the south shore this year. The redesigned space, formerly a Sizzler Steakhouse in Massapequa, is a trendy haven for sushi lovers and interior design lovers alike.
Long Island cuisine is as good as it has ever been right at this moment and it’s made up of unique restaurants, interesting people and great dishes. All three have come together in this Massapequa wine and small plates haven; Salumi.
Those of us on the south shore really do love our ice cream and ices. Maybe it’s related to the beach and the way that the summer brings out the frozen dessert lover in us. Either way, we’d be hard-pressed to find a little ice cream bar with such a rich history.
Living on this island for the better part of the last 30 years, we’ve never stopped into All American Hamburger in Massapequa, although we’ve passed it hundreds of times in the last few years alone. Our upcoming burger episode on FiOS1 Long Island’s Restaurant Hunter gave us the impetus to stop by and see what they’re all about.