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.
If you told us we could have 24 hours of guilt-free sugar indulgences and we could visit anywhere on the island to splurge, we may just have to take all of those hours and devote them to eating through Buttercooky Bakery’s entire inventory of breads, cakes, pies and cupcakes.
Since 1996 Salvatores has been rocking out pizzas in the north shore community of Port Washington. Just a little ways away from Manhasset Bay, but not exactly overlooking the water, the restaurant is famous for its high-heat, coal-fired pies. Just don’t expect any slices here – they’re not welcome.
When New York native Anthony Bruno opened his first restaurant in Florida a few years back we bet he never would have dreamed that that restaurant would have 20+ locations and a popular outpost in the Long Island area. Either way, we’re experiencing the fruits of his labor with Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza in Carle Place.