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.
Little Vincent’s in Huntington is known for many things. It might be known as the spot on the corner of New York Avenue and Main Street that is open into the wee-hours of the morning on weekend nights or for their great pies. One thing that we’re sure they’re known for is what differentiates them from the crowd; the cold cheese slice.
Through our travels through Long Island’s culinary scene over the last 30+ years that we have lived here, one restaurant has always been there to satisfy the cravings of those looking for authentic Mediterranean cuisine; Mediterranean Snack Bar.