As always, the year 2014 saw even more exciting changes in the Huntington restaurant scene!
Black & Blue Seafood Chophouse was overtaken by fire, closed and reopened. Northport’s Bistro 44 came under new ownership. Massa’s Coal-Fired Brick Oven Pizza moved into Huntington Village. The owners of Clinton Ave. restaurant Doppio Artisan Bistro opened a second Huntington restaurant on the other side of the wall, taking over the space that was once BlonDee’s Bistro & Bar to create Char Grille. Canterbury Ales closed, making way for Huntington Village restaurant Sur Argentinian Steakhouse to come in.
And, as per usual, the Long Islander News Foodies documented all of it! Check out the gallery to see dishes from some of Huntington’s fine dining establishments as you plan your first restaurant outings of 2015!
~Compiled by Arielle Dollinger