Pizza is an institution on Long Island and throughout the country we’re known as having some of the best-tasting options around. We’ve scoured through Long Island’s pizza scene to bring you four of our favorites; a variety of options no matter where you are located.
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.
Who doesn’t love a little French bistro every now and then? We know that we do, and short of flying all the way to France, La P’tite Framboise (or, the Little Raspberry) is fulfilling all of our needs. Located on wonderful Main Street in the heart of Port Washington, stepping inside is akin to a charming little bistro in Paris.
Butler’s Flat, a brand new clam bar will be previewing this weekend at its brand new location, located in the Brewer Capri West Marina in Port Washington.
It seems to be a recurring theme around Long Island this week, but another popular restaurant is being thrust into the spotlight with some very unwelcome attention.