Known as the “boxing chef” to some, Alan Gotay put his boxing gloves aside to step into the kitchen to combine the flavors of the island nation of Cuba and the oceanic foundation of cuisine from the Mediterranean to produce truly knock-out dishes.Read More
Did you know that Whales Tale in Northport is pup friendly?; Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar (160 Walt Whitman Road Huntington Station) offers half priced bottles of wine all day on Wednesdays; A new acai bowl joint has popped up in Huntington village. L.I; Through Sunday, April 30, Long Island Restaurant Week is in full swing.Read More
The Refuge (515 Broadhallow Road, Melville) is bringing back its Barkin’ Sunday Brunch starting this Sunday, 11 a.m.-3 p.m; The annual spring Long Island Restaurant Week kicks off Sunday; Besito, which operates a location in Huntington village, plans to open another location on the South Shore.Read More
There are a few new panini in Huntington village. New York Panini (9 Wall St., Huntington) recently introduced a pair of specialty mac ‘n’ cheese panini ($10.95). ; The Stop and Shop at 60 Wall St., Huntington offers free, fresh fruit for children ages 10 and under. There was a basket with free oranges and bananas inside near the front entrance of the supermarket last week.; The wine of New York Islanders legend Pat LaFontaine will be poured as part of a three-course, prix-fixed dinner at Prime An American Kitchen & Bar on Friday.Read More
COMING SOON: Whales Tale’s Facebook page teased the unveiling of its soon-to-be next door neighbor, Harbor Head Brewing Company.
There’s a new sweet on the menu at Stella Blue in Huntington, and it’s not a scale buster. The Banana PB Chocolate Chip Power Cookie is packed with oats, banana, powdered peanut butter, un-sweet applesauce and more, but it’s also vegan and gluten free.
Students in Harborfields School District’s Thomas J. Lahey Elementary School recently learned the importance of fractions in everyday life by creating Shamrock Shakes in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.Read More
Stepping into Ting restaurant, the shimmering and spacious interior immediately makes diners feel at home with an atmosphere that walks the line between of casual and fine dining.
From the bustling bar full of specialty cocktails — especially at happy hour — to the elegant sushi bar, guests are in for a truly genuine Eastern experience.
Through Sunday, March 26 (until 7 p.m. only on Saturday), 21 restaurants across the Town of Huntington are offering prix-fixe dining for $27.95 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Visit DineHuntington.com to see the three-course menus, or read on below for a little taste of what several restaurants are offering.Read More
The third-annual Spring Dine Huntington Restaurant Week starts Sunday, March 19 and runs through Sunday, March 25 (until 7 p.m. only on Saturday).
For eight days, dozens of restaurants across the Town of Huntington will offer prix-fixe dining for $27.95 per person, plus tax and gratuity. The three-course menus are still coming in, but read on below for a little taste of what several restaurants will be offering.Read More
EVENT TO BENEFIT CAUSE: Piccola Bussola Ristorante and Jewel are participating next month in the annual Night on the Town event to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The event has been hosted by The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Long Island Chapter for the past six years. Last year, it raised $137,000. Diners will have the chance to sample food from 25 different New York City and Long Island restaurants, including Piccola Bussola (970 W Jericho Turnpike, Huntington) and Jewel (400 Broadhollow Road, Melville).Read More
At Imperial Meat Company in Huntington village, an intimately welcoming environment gives way to a spirited dining experience full of reverie, a sea of dim, neon-colored lights, and of course, meats that are sourced with a level of care only exceeded by the way they’re prepared.Read More
After serving in the corporate realm of Italian cuisine, Vito DeFeo embarked on a buon viaggo to return to his Neapolitan roots to establish a legacy.
“The concept was born under one simple premise: I was creating a concept that I wanted to give to my children,” DeFeo said. “For them to actually grow into something, it would need to be here 20, 30 years from now.”Read More
Not long after Chef James Tchinnis became a partner at Bistro 44 in Northport, he was walking through Huntington village and noticed the quiet Kozy Kettle on New York Avenue, and its owner sitting with his laptop in an empty shop.
It’s 5 o’clock somewhere, and it’s never too early to start thinking about happy hour, so The Foodie at Long Islander News have put together a list of our favorite happy hour specials around town. Did we miss your favorite? Well, let us know what it is, where and when it’s offered by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More