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
Hugo and Lisa Gasian, of Dix Hills, have been eating at Zaza Japan in East Northport since it opened almost two years ago. Lisa called it nothing short of the “gem of Long Island,” while Hugo said the couple eats there nearly every other day.Read More
Our Foodies have had the pleasure of sampling cuisine of all kinds in the Town of Huntington this past year. As one of Long Island’s dining meccas, Huntington offers a wealth of restaurants, pubs, cafes and everything in between for a truly multifaceted dining experience. Though we’d like to consider all dishes our favorites, here were some highlights from the past year.Read More
For a sumptuous meal in an intimately upscale atmosphere, look no further than Jema. The European-fusion restaurant, which is owned by renowned entrepreneur Joy Mangano and replaced Porto Vivo, hits the mark and is as warm and inviting as its cuisine is carefully crafted to bring diners to a sublime experience.Read More
Toast and Co. has been elevating diner cuisine for the past nine years in Huntington village.
The diner is open every day of the year, except for Thanksgiving. It’s always busy, so the food is fresh around-the-clock.Read More
Cafe Buenos Aires has been a pioneering presence in Argentinean cuisine and was one of the first establishments to bring tapas to the tables of diners, bringing the Spanish tradition to Huntington patrons.Read More
Osteria Da Nina owner Nino Antuzzi knew since he was 13 years old that he wanted to be in the restaurant business.
And when he opened Osteria Da Nino in September 2003, he added to his repertoire a prime destination for Italian cuisine with a Sardinian focus.Read More
The Town of Huntington’s first Chick-fil-A location is set to open Nov. 3 in Commack. The Commack restaurant and another set to open in Hicksville are bringing nearly 300 new jobs and will collect books for local youth organizations.Read More
Chee Meng So, executive chef of 110 Japan in Huntington Station, said that cooking must be one’s passion in order to craft the best dishes.
“Usually cooking is all from your heart. If you put your love, your heart into the food, then the creation of the food tastes much better,” he said.Read More