Make Reservations Now!
More than 50 restaurants
participating in Dine Huntington Restaurant Week Oct 12-23
Book your tables now because prime
nights are going fast as word spreads about Dine Huntington
Restaurant Week, sponsored by Huntington Township Chamber
of Commerce, Long Islander Newspapers and Lexus of Massapequa.
For 12 days from October 12-23, more than 50 restaurants from
every corner of Huntington Township will serve up a three-course
dining experience for $24.95 per person plus tax and tip.
Some of the finest restaurants in town are on board and their
chefs are designing menus to showcase their art and show off
their restaurants to new diners.
Theres a reason Huntington is called the Restaurant
Capital of Long Island, said Michael Schenkler, publisher
of Long Islander Newspapers and organizer of Dine Huntington
Restaurant Week. Im just happy its a 12-day-week
because there are so many restaurants participating and I
want to try them all.
The list includes some of the stars of Huntingtons vibrant
34 New Street
Abel Conklin's Steakhouse
Albert's Mandarin Gourmet
Café Buenos Aires
Conca D'Oro Restaurant
Guido's Italian Restaurant
Honu Kitchen & Cocktails
Meehan's of Huntington
Mill Pond House
Northport Tasting Room serving Maronis
Osteria Da Nino
Piccola Bussola Ristorante
Piccolo Restaurant of Huntington
Prime: An American Kitchen
Rookies Sports Club
The Bonwit Inn
Umbertos of New Hyde Park
Were excited by the tremendous response Dine Huntington
Restaurant Week has received, both from restaurants and the
dining public, said Chamber Chairman Bob Bontempi. The
hospitality industry is a vital part of the local economy
and these prix fixe dining experiences will introduce new
customers to our towns many fine restaurants.
Diners are already lining up their Dine Huntington Restaurant
Week excursions by logging on to www.DineHuntington.com where
menus from all 51 participating restaurants are being posted.
The restaurant page of the website is a whos who of
Huntingtons star industry and chefs have composed an
enticing array of selections. Just click on the restaurants
logo to download its Dine Huntington Restaurant Week menu.
Each includes at least three appetizer and entrée selections,
plus dessert, and the choices include some mouth-watering
and often surprising selections.
Just a few highlights:
34 New Street owner Steve Camas is either a great chef
or a great writer or both. Pistachio crusted tuna:
yellowfin tuna coated with roasted pistachios, cooked rare
and served over wasabi potatoes and spicy seaweed salad, topped
with toasted sesame aioli just one of seven entrees
on his Dine Huntington menu. Hes on our list.
Pumpkin ravioli topped with a touch of pumpkin sauce
- an appetizer from Meehans of Huntingtons menu
- along with Mother Meehans secret recipe shepherds
pie. Autumnal treats.
Bin 56, a wine and tapas bar, takes a different route,
offering a choice of appetizers and four flights of wine.
Mare Lunas Tilapia Mare Luna, with jasmine rice,
vegetable medley, capers, tomates, olives and basil
an exotic and enticing offering from a Huntington village
hideaway thats been on our to do list for
Foodie favorite Jonathans menu includes menu
stars Veal al Limone with jasmine rice and string beans; and
Gamberi in Padella alla Puttanesca, or Tiger shrimp, olives,
capers and tomato with jasmine rice and asparagus.
Localvores can head to Greenlawns
Ruvo for a version of their famous Long Island Harvest menu.
Local-grown, -fished and harvested, and touched by the
Ruvo kitchens magic.
The highlights go on and on. Browse the menus at www.DineHuntington.com,
and start making your reservations because tables are filling