Deals in Huntington Station

Up to 58% Off Mani-Pedis and Mini-Massages

Relaxing Town Nails & Spa

Huntington Station

$81 $35

Nail techs shore up nails against chips with Shellac or Gel polish before easing tension with 10-minute leg or back massages

Up to 67% Off Permanent Eyeliner

The Beauty Nurse, LLC

Huntington Station

$300 $99

Registered nurse and licensed aesthetician applies permanent eyeliner

55% Off at Donna Oggi Full Service Hair Salon

Donna Oggi Full Service Hair Salon

South Huntington

$55 $25

Stylist washes hair and massages scalp before shaping strands with a cut and blowout

Half Off Silk Eyelash Extensions

Erica's Day Spa

South Huntington

$150 $75

A technician applies a full set of 100% silk eyelash extensions to your eyelids to create a fuller, more dramatic look that lasts for weeks

79% Off Massage at Huntington Medical

Huntington Medical

Huntington Station

$185 $39

Licensed massage therapist assuages chronic and acute aches with 60 minutes of therapeutic kneads and strokes

56% Off Keratin Blowout at Nina Julian Salon

Nina Julian Salon

South Huntington

$200 $89

Stylists Evelyn and Blenda eliminate frizz using a Keratin Complex formula that yields results that last up to four months

50% Off Mani-Pedi

Orchid Nail & Spa

Huntington Station

$28 $14

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 64% Off at Anthony DeFranco Salon and Spa

Anthony DeFranco Salon and Spa

Huntington Station

$102 $45

Haircuts paired with kérastase indulgent treatment masques, or color or highlights with glaze

Select Local Merchants

Voted No. 2 Jeans Store by Long Island Press readers in 2009, Max & Gino's offers a stylish cornucopia of young women's garb, suitable for occasions both casual and dressy. Denim leggings and jeggings hold gams in a stylish embrace ($48+), and T-shirt-shaped textile chestplates from Chaser, Rebel Yell, Vintage Havana, and Wild Fox keep bare arms free for hatching goosebump colonies ($39.50+). Devotees of Free People can select from the full line ($40+), perhaps choosing a feminine, bohemian-rocker frock that billows romantically in the breeze of a freshly launched space shuttle. Max & Gino's also boasts Sugarlips tank tops ($16) and the entire Butter Super Soft line for women and girls ($39.50+), featuring luxurious sweatpants, tanks, tees, and a limited-edition collection of vintage-feel hoodies, each carefully distressed by hand using mildly upsetting finger puppets.

160 Walt Whitman Road
Huntington Station,
New York
US

Helmed by owner Kim Zamel, who apprenticed under the winemakers at Famila Zuccardi in Argentina, The Wine Shack indulges mankind's constant hunger for crushed grapes with more than 425 vinos summoned from around the globe, most of which are priced under $25. After tapping into the shop’s interactive system—which allows customers to scan the bar code on a bottle to learn the wine's price, varietal, appropriate food pairing, and age in grape years—oenophiles can stock their wine dungeons with bottles of fruity brew such as the Riesling Forster Kabinett 2007 or the A to Z Pinot Noir, a deeply colored red that break dances across the palate with an aroma of minerals, red and black cherries, and spice before diving down the throat. Bubbly options are also available for under $30, including the Spanish Albet I Noya Cava Brut, a dry, medium-bodied champagne that pleases the nose with hints of green apple and citrus and teases the ear with dainty gurgles about famous ship christenings of the past.

200 East Jericho Turnpike
Huntington Station,
NY
US

Voted No. 2 Jeans Store by Long Island Press readers in 2009, Max & Gino's offers a stylish cornucopia of young women's garb, suitable for occasions both casual and dressy. Denim leggings and jeggings hold gams in a stylish embrace ($48+), and sweater- or poncho-shaped knitted chestplates from Brandy Melville, Wildfox, and Vintage Havana free arms from tyrannical goose-bumps colonies ($74+). Devotees of Free People can select from the full line ($40+), perhaps choosing a feminine, bohemian-rocker frock that billows romantically in the breeze of a freshly launched space shuttle. Butter Super Soft blankets ($59.50) keep extremities warm, aided by Butter's luxurious sweatpants, tanks, tees, and a limited-edition collection of vintage-feel hoodies, each carefully distressed by hand using mildly upsetting finger puppets.

160 Walt Whitman Rd.
Huntington Station,
New York
US

Sculpted into a landscape of fountains, streams, and waterfalls, the 18-hole miniature golf course at Station Sports is just is one of the attractions that entertains guests. Over at the wild west-themed paintball station, players showcase their marksmanship and quick-draw skills by firing off paintballs at moving and stationary targets. Baseballs are hurled between 30 and 90 mph inside five batting cages, while a cage for youngsters features whiffle balls flung at a more kid-friendly pace. Inside Sport Station’s arcade, pucks zip across air hockey tables, bowling balls tumble down lanes, and toes hastily tap on Dance Dance Revolution mats. To refuel after such fast-paced games, visitors can stop by the snack shack for popcorn, hot dogs, and ice cream.

25 Depot Rd
Huntington Station,
NY
US

Equipment: Squat rack, treadmill, boxing ring, mats, dumbbells, Turf field, TRX
Students should bring: Water and sneakers to wear in the ring or on the mats
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 5–10 people
Class location: Indoors only
Established: 2014
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Be patient and trust our coaches to challenge you.

670 East Jericho Turnpike
Huntington Station,
NY
US

At Smart Toys, parents don't have to choose between fun and educational. That's because the staff at each location stocks their shelves with toys that fit both categories. Youngsters can learn as they play, developing eye-hand coordination while operating flying helicopters or practicing parallel parking with Hot Wheels. They can also express themselves creatively with art supplies by Crayola or boost critical thinking skills with board games including Clue and Monopoly.

160 Walt Whitman Road
Huntington Station,
NY
US