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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!

The Lunch Bunch Makes The Rounds

When it comes to lunch during the work week, there are many choices to be had.

This week, we share with you just a few of our current favorites.

From Ideal Cheese & Wine Cafe, to Kashi Japanese, to Ting Restaurant, to Sur Argentinian Steakhouse, to Rookies Sports Club, read on to learn what special, mouth-watering lunches each restaurant offers!

20 Years On, Grasso's Keeps Swinging

Never mind Throwback Thursday – at Grasso’s in Cold Spring Harbor, it’s all about Throwback Sunday as they mark a major milestone and celebrate a yearlong birthday party!

Every Sunday since January, owner Gail Grasso and her crew have been celebrating the 20th anniversary of the iconic Cold Spring Harbor dining destination, known as much for its exquisite fare as its artistic inclinations. (Plus table-side Bananas Foster and live jazz? Yes, please!)

From 3:30-8:30 p.m. on Sundays, they’re partying like it’s 1994, bringing back signature dishes (and even better, prices) from the first year they were open!

Read on to learn all about Grasso's and their exciting Sunday celebrations!