Restaurants in East Massapequa

Custom Burgers at Cheeburger Cheeburger (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Cheeburger Cheeburger

Farmingdale

$20 $12

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Diners create their own individual burger from host of fresh ingredients including patties made from Angus beef, turkey, salmon, and veggies

German Dinner for Two or Four, or German Lunch at Black Forest Brew Haus (Up to 52% Off)

Black Forest Brew Haus

East Farmingdale

$50 $25

(127)

Chicken strudel, grilled veal bratwurst, and wiener schnitzel join burgers and German pub sandwiches to complement craft beers

Japanese Food for Dinner at Sakura Sushi and Hibachi Restaurant (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Sakura Sushi and Hibachi Restaurant

Farmingdale

$50 $25

(27)

Sashimi and sushi, such as a volcano roll with shrimp, eel, avocado, and spicy mayo, pair with dumplings and lobster-tail hibachi entrees

$15 for $30 Worth of Japanese Cuisine at Ginza

Ginza

Massapequa

$30 $15

(99)

A spacious dining room and sushi bar open into a Manhattan-style lounge; signature cocktails and sake flights

Seafood at Jackson Road House (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Jackson Road House

Seaford

$30 $15

Restaurant's menu is filled with seafood, such as tempura-fried shrimp, blackened catfish, and whole baked clams, along with pub specials

Italian Dinner for Two or Four at La Bottega (45% Off)

La Bottega

Farmingdale

$61.50 $34

(15)

Nearly 60 paninis including Angus steak with mozzarella, grilled shrimp with artichokes, prosciutto with fontina, and fried eggplant

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Located at a counter inside Muscle Maker Grill, Yo Luv It dispenses colorful cups of rich frozen yogurt. Many offerings are lactose-free, but all are made without gluten or soy and are infused with four active probiotic cultures. A variety of flavors?including vanilla bean, original, and dark ghirardelli chocolate?are available on their own or packed into a range of healthy parfaits and smoothies. More than 40 toppings allow for total dessert customization.

80 Merrick Road
Amityville,
NY
US

It all started with a patty. When Ephraim and Mavis Hawthorne would prepare their family's recipe for the traditional Jamaican meal in their St. Andrew's bakery, their son Lowell would follow along. He would watch studiously as his parents filled golden pastry pockets with steamy mouthfuls of jerk chicken, spicy beef, curried shrimp, soy, or veggies, memorizing the feel and consistency of the patties and the mouthwatering smell gradually filling the warm kitchen. Lowell and his siblings crafted a well-rounded menu from their family’s still-secret recipes and took it to the Bronx, where they opened the first Golden Krust restaurant in 1989. Since then, the popular Caribbean chain has spread over nine states, and Lowell's business savvy has earned him recognition, including an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award and a thumbs-ups from every Fortune magazine in his doctor’s office. The Hawthorne siblings have shared their success with both the American and Caribbean communities, creating a foundation in honor of their parents that grants college scholarships and sponsors educational programs.

777 Broadway
Amityville,
NY
US

The heat from a brick fireplace rises up toward Black Forest Brew Haus's vaulted ceilings, mingling with the warmth from knotted Bavarian-style pretzels and wiener schnitzel. Her arms laden skillfully with an impressive number of full steins, a German woman looks down from a wall mural accented by the nation?s red, black, and gold flag. The painting shows the entire process of brewing, from sun-soaked fields to brass kettles.

The eatery?s brewmasters recreate this process themselves, stirring batches of wheat and boiling water to forge hefeweizen, an unfiltered, honey-hued beer thick with notes of orange and other fruit. The bartenders also pour house-made pilsner and imperial stouts, all forged according to the German tradition of using water, yeast, hops, and grain (and others flavors depending upon the beer). During warm weather, the brimming glasses click together in the beer garden beneath a crimson canopy.

2015 New Hwy
Farmingdale,
NY
US

The neon sign adorning Krish's entrance looks to be unchanged since the ice-cream parlor established itself in the area in 1955. The outdoor patio echoes this '50s feel with aqua-colored tables perched beneath matching umbrellas and nearby murals of ice cream, burgers, and fries that hint at the treasures in store. Inside, the staff concocts more than 35 housemade ice-cream flavors, ranging from chocolate chocolate chip and fluffernutter to peach and black raspberry. This delectable diversity helped earn Krisch's the title of Long Island Press's readers' pick for the Best Dessert Place from 2010 to 2012. Krisch's also transforms this creamy dessert into a variety of treats, adding dollops of it to sodas, whirling it into shakes, and topping it with housemade whipped cream for sundaes.

Krisch's dining room carries on its patio's decorative motifs, flaunting vibrant aqua shades and chrome accents typical of a mid-century diner or mermaid's classic Corvette. Once settled into four-tops or red booths, patrons order from a full menu of comfort fare such as hefty half-pound burgers, deli sandwiches, and homestyle entrees of meatloaf, roast beef, or southern fried chicken.

11 Central Ave
Massapequa,
NY
US

To characterize Ginza as swanky is a bit of an understatement. In the expansive dining room plush chairs and candlelit tables rest beneath high ceilings, from which thin, golden chains drape beneath studio lighting. Amid Japanese statues and photomurals of pedestrians, the wait staff ferries platefuls of creations made at the sushi bar and the kitchen, including one of 19 specialty rolls or grilled filet mignon. In the lounge, bartenders pour eight signature cocktails, sake flights, or wines from various countries such as California, France, Italy, and Japan.

45 Carmans Rd
Massapequa,
NY
US

With sweeping views of Bethpage State Park Golf Course, the idyllic setting of the 2009 U.S. Golf Open Championship, Taste 99 at Carlyle on the Green matches its majestic surrounds with an ornate interior and a versatile menu of upscale American eats. Chef Phil Abshire updates classic steakhouse fare with exotic flavors and creative fish dishes, taking care to balance his tasty innovations with reverence to simple, expertly seared steaks. His culinary feats are enjoyed in a grandiose dining space marked by cream-colored walls, ceiling beams, and a portrait of the inventor of golf, Tiger Woods. When the sun decides to smile upon earth creatures, diners can plop into outdoor patio seating and sip a glass of wine from the restaurant’s extensive list.

99 Quaker Meeting House Rd
Farmingdale,
NY
US