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The cookie artisans at Quintessential Cookies create colorful cookie creations for any occasion, whether it's a wedding, birthday, graduation, or a day you really want a cookie. Made from scratch, raspberry-filled linzer heart cookies and almond chocolate-chip biscotti are available by the half-dozen, and cake pops embed creative designs in the shapes of footballs, popcorn boxes, and tulips. Customers can bring in photos to be scanned and transformed into a 100% edible decorative photo cookie, and other cookie specialties, such as platters and cakes, divert attention from well-meaning veggie platters at office parties.

256 Main St
Northport,
NY
US

The treats may be frozen, but that doesn't mean they're not flexible. That's because the colorful self-serve dispensers that line Yogurt Crazy’s bright purple walls are equipped to send a rotating lineup of 12 different frozen-yogurt flavors into cups, including nonfat, low-fat, and dairy-free varieties. Guests mix and match their own creations, choosing from flavors as diverse as pomegranate-raspberry tart and Heath toffee. Each swirl of yogurt can then be outfitted with kiwi, Reese's Pieces, and other selections from the topping bar’s 36 mix-ins, which means that patrons can customize their frozen desserts without the gooey mess of branding them with a hot iron.

737 Fort Salonga Rd
Northport,
NY
US

The Long Island Pulse and Newsday both reviewed The Lark on their blogs. Six Yelpers give the pub an average of three stars:

93 Larkfield Rd
East Northport,
NY
US

Every day, custardologists at Wolfies hand-mix 20 batches of creamy frozen treats, displaying their colorful creations for customers to stack into cones or sprinkle with toppings, earning the sweeterie a feature in the New York Times. Freshly churned custard has less fat than does ice cream and less air than a flat tire on Mars, helping to create Wolfies' signature ultracreamy scoop. Great filler for cones ($4.50/two scoops), pints ($6), and milk shakes ($4.50/16 oz.), Wolfies' 50 regularly appearing flavors include hazelnut, blueberry, and mango. The menu tempts sweet teeth by arranging the embellished custards in three-scoop banana splits ($5.53) and coffee-blended Wolf Caffes ($4.50/16 oz). The Screamwich ($3.50) realizes the dream sandwich of childhood with its filling of rich custard enclosed in chocolate-chip cookies with crusts cut off for optimum enjoyment.

42 Woodbine Ave
Northport,
NY
US

The expert burger makers at SmokaBurger's craft their fresh, hand-pressed patties in-house daily, so each succulent meat sphere boasts a distinctly never-frozen flavor. Patties are cooked to each customer’s liking and can be topped with nine different toppings, including ancho-chipotle sauce, mayonnaise, and grilled peppers. The highly customizable dining experience also allows herbivores to swap out a meat patty for a veggie patty or a fat-free imaginary patty. With its lime-green walls, gleaming wood floor, eclectic adornments, and counter-style service, the fast-casual eatery offers a convenient place to enjoy a hand-held meal that’s also much more comfortable than a dimly lit car trunk.

380 Larkfield Rd
East Northport,
NY
US

Mexican food is known for dynamic flavors, which range from big spice to palate-soothing cilantro. It's fitting then, that Cilantro restaurant should represent its Mexican-inspired food flare with equally rich decor. Bright-green and cotton-candy-pink walls play backdrop to equally fierce Day of the Dead artwork. But that's not to say the place isn't kid-friendly. Cilantro is a vibrant hub for all ages, who flock to the restaurant for fajitas, tacos, and burritos filled with the ingredients of their choice, such as sweet-chipotle pork or vegetarian chili made with eggplant, peppers, and onion.

40 Woodbine Ave
Northport,
NY
US