Although the Reinwald’s sign is still on the New York Avenue building, there’s a new bakery in town.Read More
Whether by land or by sea, you can’t go wrong at Jeff’s Surf and Turf in Huntington.
While the little eatery on New York Avenue is under new ownership – Vinnie Abbatiello, who owns Jeff’s Seafood in Halesite, took over in mid-March after closing the deal with Bravo! Nader owner, Nader Gebrin – and has a new look and some new menu items, the mission remains the same: give customers great food at an equally great price.
Read on for our full review!Read More
World Cup fever has taken hold of a popular Huntington locale known for inventive small plates and a selection of wines by the glass that’s second to none.
At Bin 56, located – where else? – at 56 Stewart Ave. in Huntington village – a string of miniature flags, representing each of the 32 nations that qualified for this World Cup, hangs on the awning, and will remain there until the Cup concludes, with the related fervor making Bin 56 a hot-spot place to be!Read More
For the 35th season, Huntington’s unofficial summertime kickoff officially arrived this Memorial Day weekend.
After all, few things say “summer” more clearly in this neck of the woods than a row of cars parked haphazardly along Route 25A, a row of motorcycles near Stony Hollow Road, and the crunch of rocks under your feet as you bring a paper dish filled with fried clams back to your picnic table.
And trust us – plenty of people were taking advantage of that opportunity this Memorial Day weekend as the weather broke and the sunshine covered the motorcycles propped up alongside the road.Read More