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Flavors Alive At Vitae Restaurant
Located on the corner of New Street and W. Carver Street, Huntington's Vitae Restaurant & Wine Bar stands in the former home of Abel Conklin's Steak & Seafood.
The three-year-old restaurant is "Continental American, with a twist," said Executive Chef Steven Del Lima. Or maybe, "New American with a twist." Its name, "Vitae," comes from the Latin "vita,"meaning "life."
Though many of the words on the menu may be foreign and worrisome to the selective eater, wary of the unknown, Del Lima’s menu is simply a take on the traditional.
Read on for our full review of this delicious eatery!
Black And Blue And Good All Over
We sit down at a semi-circular booth at Huntington’s Black & Blue Seafood Chophouse, across the room from the glowing fish tank and beneath a lighting fixture that holds 14 candles, and our waiter offers to take us through the menu.
The delightfully fast-talking Tim promises that the menu tour will be fun. It is.
Read on for our own version of the menu tour, and discover exactly why Black & Blue is a local restaurant well-worth visiting!
Tomo: An Intimate Sushi Destination
Last summer, we took a trip to Huntington village’s Samurai Japanese Steakhouse, where owner Michael Cheng presents Japanese cuisine interwoven with city cool and an eye for showmanship. As the summer of ’14 winds down, we decided to pay a visit to Samurai’s culinary sibling, Tomo Hibachi, which turns on the homey charm with a touch of urban sophistication and a strong emphasis on sushi delights.
Read on for our full review of Tomo Hibachi, and find out what makes Samurai's hibachi cousin truly a special offering!