Dipping your toe into a cuisine that you’re not familiar with is not always an easy thing to accomplish when you hit up a new restaurant. The proper way to do that, in our opinion, is to visit a buffet or an “all-you-can-eat” establishment so that even if you’re not completely satisfied with a portion of the new cuisine that you’re embarking on, you can still get your money’s worth with some other choices at the meal. If you’re looking to try on Brazilian BBQ for size, Picanha Na Brasa in Nesconset is your first stop.
One meal that never goes out of style is breakfast. There’s something about the rich flavors of waffles topped with whipped cream, or pancakes topped with fresh fruits that really sets the day up right. On a constant quest for the perfect breakfast spot on Long Island, JT’s Corner Cafe is just what Suffolk County ordered.