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In Photos: REVEL in Garden City

REVEL in Garden City may be one of Long Island’s newest additions, but even though it is just getting its feet wet in this North Shore community doesn’t mean that it lacks a serious culinary punch.

  • Mi Tierrita 01 Exterior
  • Mi Tierrita 02 Interior
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  • Mi Tierrita 05 Drinks
  • Mi Tierrita 06 Rotisserie
  • Mi Tierrita 06b Grill
  • Mi Tierrita 07 Steak
  • Mi Tierrita 08 Steak Rice Plaintains Egg

Quick In And Out: Mi Tierrita in Brentwood

With three locations across this island, Mi Tierrita in Brentwood envokes a Columbian feast. The rotisserie and grill at the front of the restaurant are pumping out chicken, steak and fish dishes galore; most served over heaping mounds of rice with sides such as plantains, avocado, egg and more. The mood is festive (there’s a full bar with frozen drinks and South American favorites) and the mostly spanish speaking staff and clientele are certainly appreciative of this taste of home. If heaping mounds of piping hot foods with excellent sides is your thing, then this is your new spot.

In Photos: Chicken Coop in Valley Stream

In Photos: Chicken Coop in Valley Stream

An award-winning Colombian / Latin American restaurant is hiding in plain sight right there in Valley Stream, on Nassau County’s south shore. Located on Rockaway Avenue, Chicken Coop may not have any chickens running wild inside a wire cage, but they’re serving up some tasty cuisine from another part of this world.

The Chef’s Corner Cafe in Mineola

The Chef’s Corner Cafe in Mineola

At The Chef’s Corner Cafe in Mineola, something special is happening. Through the friendship between owners Maryellen Villalta and Chef Israel Aguilar, they’re taking their great working relationship and putting it towards building some wonderful cuisine that both Mineola residents and workers alike are flocking to.

Photo Tour: Grace’s Marketplace in Greenvale

Photo Tour: Grace’s Marketplace in Greenvale

When we used to live in the city back in the late 90’s and early 2000’s, we lived a block away from Grace’s Marketplace on 71st and 3rd on the Upper East Side. A few years after we made our way back to Long Island we noticed that a new marketplace was being built in Greenvale. When we saw the Grace’s signs go up, we knew that Long Island was in for a wonderful treat.

Blackstone Steakhouse in Melville

Blackstone Steakhouse in Melville

Widely celebrated and often pricy, Anthony Scotto Restaurants dominate the upper-echelon of Long Island’s dining scene. Known for their large restaurants and magnificent decor, Scotto is a well respected name. With Rare 650 in Syosset, Insignia in Smithtown and Blackstone Steakhouse in Melville, they’re a staple of the power-crowd.

In Photos: Churrasqueira Bairrada in Mineola

In Photos: Churrasqueira Bairrada in Mineola

Where do you go when you’re hankering for some authentic Portuguese Barbecue? Why, you head on over to Jericho Tpke. in Mineola and pay a visit to Churrasqueira Bairrada, of course.

In Photos: Pace’s Steakhouse in Port Jefferson

In Photos: Pace’s Steakhouse in Port Jefferson

With two locations in Suffolk County (this one in Port Jeff and the other in nearby Hauppauge), Pace’s Steakhouse pulls double duty as a neighborhood gathering spot and a classic American Steakhouse. We touched down at Pace’s recently to take in their wonderful atmosphere and of course, the food.

Picanha Na Brasa in Nesconset

Picanha Na Brasa in Nesconset

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.

In Photos: La P’tite Framboise in Port Washington

In Photos: La P’tite Framboise in Port Washington

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.

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