Mac’s Steakhouse owner Mark Gelish prides himself on the inventive and inviting options at his restaurant, where the traditional meets his culinary creativity.Read More
Offering fresh fruits, vegetables and eggs, Kerber’s Farm in Huntington is known for its popular jam recipes, egg sandwiches, and handmade pies, cookies, and more. Now, the farm is gaining national recognition with Kerber’s Farm brand gift crates being sold in every Neiman-Marcus store across the country.Read More
Have you had a chance to dine at one of the 27 restaurants participating in DineHuntington Fall Restaurant Week 2016? Trying to decide what’s next? Here’s a peek at the three-course, prix-fixe meals that are being offered for $27.95 per person as part of restaurant week, which continues through Sunday, Oct. 16 (Saturday until 7 p.m. only). And don’t forget to log on to DineHuntington.com to check out the full menus.Read More
For eight days, from Sunday, Oct. 9, to Sunday, Oct. 16 (Saturday until 7 p.m. only), diners will have the opportunity to sample succulent selections at some of the most prestigious establishments on Long Island. Whether you’re interested in trying Italian, Asian, American, or just about anything in between, Dine Huntington Restaurant Week participants offer plenty of options for anyone to indulge inRead More
Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar’s Long Island locations recently raised funds to support Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, an organization dedicated to eradicate childhood cancer. The check of $45,728 was presented to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation Ambassador Hero Family on Sept. 1.Read More
The restaurant features a sleek, yet classic interior, courtesy of Horst Design International, combining traditional Japanese elements with an upscale, city-like collection of adornments and lights.Read More
The Happiest Hour: Huntington has a new happy hour. After opening this summer, Del Frisco’s Grille in the Walt Whitman Shops is offering a Sip & Share happy hour menu Monday-Friday, 4-6:30 p.m. (only at the bar). For $6 per drink, enjoy glasses of wine, well drinks and signature cocktails – including the VIP, which features Sweet Hawaiian Pineapple-Infused Svedka Clementine Vodka. Draft beers are also available for $5 each. To chow down, choose between several appetizers, including the cheesesteak eggrolls, wagyu corndogs or pulled pork nachos, or three different flatbreads, all for $6 each. For more information on the 160 Walt Whitman Road restaurant in Huntington Station, visit Delfriscosgrille.com, or call 631-423-0308.
SPECIALS AT NISEN SUSHI: Nisen Sushi (5032 Jericho Turnpike, Commack) offers up Wine Down Wednesdays where patrons may purchase select bottles of wine for 50 percent off to pair with their meal. The same offer applies for select bottles of sake on Sake Down Tuesdays. Also, receive a 15 percent discount on the entire meal on Customer Appreciation Mondays when you print a coupon available on their website at Nisensushi.com or their Facebook page Facebook.com/NisenSushi. Smartphone pictures will not be accepted; guests must print the coupon. For more information, call 631-462-1000.
‘FIT TOUR’ HITTING MELVILLE: Using its state-of-the-art mobile studio, the #JHFitTour is crossing the United States, visiting more than 30 cities over a four-month period to provide an opportunity for J.Hilburn clients and stylists to view the latest line of luxury custom shirts and suits from the Texas-based luxury menswear company’s Fall 2016 Collection. The next stop is Melville, where the tour will station at Jewel Restaurant (400 Broadhollow Road) on Friday, Sept. 23, 11 a.m.-8 p.m. For more information, call Jewel at 631-755-5777.
The motto plastered inside Huntington gastropub True North reads: “In life’s journey we are often uncertain where we stand, where we are going and what is the right path for us personally. Knowing our true north would enable us to follow the right path.”Read More
There’s a new hero in town, ready to save the day by piling on fresh, sliced meats and cheeses, paired with homemade sides. Village Hero, a new deli at 295 Main St. in Huntington village, launched with a soft opening on Monday, and is expected to celebrate a grand opening later this month.
Our Foodies have gotten word that a new hero is coming to Huntington village later this month. The Village Hero, a new deli on Main Street in the village, is preparing to open its doors at 295 Main St. on Aug. 29, we’ve heard.Read More
Bucks and does alike will bask in the hearty American cuisine at S.T.A.G.S. Tap House (308 Main St., Huntington). Stepping into the recently-opened establishment, one discovers a game-centric eatery celebrating the finer points of pub fare.Read More
After much anticipation, S.T.A.G.S Tap House (308 Main St., Huntington) celebrated its grand opening on Saturday, Aug. 13, after owners Joe Forgione, Mike Garbeeian and Jeff States opted for a soft opening the week prior.Read More
There’s a reason the classics are regarded so highly at Jonny D’s Pizza. The Huntington- and Greenlawn-based pizzerias have become staples in their respective communities, and it’s thanks to, in part, the perfection of classic Italian dishes like penne ala vodka, chicken cutlet parmigiana and, of course, pizza.Read More
When walking into Sandbar Restaurant in Cold Spring Harbor, customers are immediately taken to a tranquil oasis. With wooden chairs and floors, and blue accents to capture a coastal ambiance, the American-style restaurant features cuisine from both land and sea.Read More
After five years on Huntington’s Main Street, Neraki owner Alex Moschos can safely say he’s here to stay. Despite a vibrant restaurant scene, Huntington can be a tough market and eateries can come and go. The village’s home to authentic Greek cooking, Neraki has proved to be a keeper.Read More