You may not know Jack’s Shack in Glen Head but you probably know its owner. Willie Degel, host of the wildly popular Food Network show Restaurant Stakeout and who is also the owner of Uncle Jack’s Steakhouse is calling the shots at this organic fast casual spot and not surprisingly, it’s pretty good.
Stopping by on a whim, in the dead of winter, to The Frisky Oyster in Greenport was as unexpected for us as it was for them. The beloved Greenport restaurant is a mainstay in the sleepy North Fork village and Owner / Chef Robby Beaver, at the helm since 2010, has been the most recent curator of this wonderful location.
Great Neck’s new Bareburger is the first (but not the last) Long Island location of the popular restaurant that can be found throughout the NYC Metro area. Focusing on organic and quality ingredients, this new restaurant, located in an old retail store, is expanding the options on Middle Neck Road.
Great Neck is filled with culinary delights for every budget. While it may be an expensive town to live and play in, it doesn’t always have to be so expensive to eat (although it can be that, too). We’ve compiled a few restaurants that we’ve spoken about on FiOS1 Long Island’s Restaurant Hunter for our readers to check out and enjoy.
bee-ORGANIC is a calming experience just steps from the busy Great Neck Village. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, they’re serving a unique clientele; one that is looking for vegetarian, organic and wholesome options.
If you love Love Lane Kitchen in Mattituck, you’ll be glad to know that a few months ago, in 2011, the owners set up shop just next door with their organic and local-centric market, Love Lane Market. The market is a great spot to capture a lot of the overflow from the Kitchen, known for its exceptional food and its long waits (especially on weekends).
Page at 63 Main in Sag Harbor has opened in an historic building dating back to the 1890’s. The restaurant is still standing on its original foundation and there are a lot of original details as well, lending to a unique dining experience.
Healthy options are all the rage these days and we welcome the opening of any organic outpost that crops up on the island. The newest belongs to DJango’s Organics in East Hampton. The first of its kind in the hamlet of Springs, the new store boasts a juice bar that serves smoothies, vegetable juices and coffee. Gluten-free products also grace the shelves as well as various other snacks, chocolates, frozen goods and beauty products.
For those who are into organic products, this could prove to be your one-stop-shop for all of your daily needs.
Open 7 days a week from 9am – 6pm (8am – 8pm in the summer season).
514 Three Mile Harbor Rd.
East Hampton, NY 11937