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Cuisine Type: Frozen desserts, coffee, tea, soup (coming soon)

Most popular offering: Frozen yogurt

Kid-friendly: Yes

Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout only

Number of Tables: 1?5

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Established: 2014

Parking: Parking lot

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Q&A with Steve, Owner

In your own words, how would you describe your menu?

We have...frozen yogurt, Italian ice, gelato, real fruit smoothies, ice cream and yogurt cakes, coffee, and tea all under one roof. And it's all full-service, not self-serve, which prevents people from putting hands in your toppings and your child from filling their cups with $9.00 worth of yogurt!

What is one fun, unusual fact about your business?

The store is in the same town where we live and our kids go to school. We love serving our friends and neighbors!

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?

We are on the verge of adding fresh, all-natural, made-from-scratch soups to our menu.

9 Vanderbilt Motor Parkway
Commack,
NY
US

The Healthy Beli’s organic juice bar, one of its biggest draws, transforms organic vegetables and fruits, such as carrots, tomatoes, and cucumbers, into delicious and healthy blends for juices and smoothies. Juicers can churn out an iron-rich creation laced with kale, broccoli, beets, and apples, or customers can try the slightly tarter Apple Aide packed with apples, lemons, and lemon rinds. In addition to mastering the art of the juicer, The Healthy Beli's staffers are no slouches in the kitchen, either; each day, they whip up fresh cafe favorites ranging from salads and wraps to bison burgers and gluten-free pizzas. They also take show off their skills outside the confines of the restaurant, offering catering packages for events of all types.

6120 Jericho Turnpike
Commack,
NY
US

The sun hangs low on the coast of Santorini, casting a thumb-print of light on the rippling waters of the Aegean Sea. Farther inland, sand recedes into an elegant spreadsheet of block buildings, still cotton-white despite their age. This scene is the backdrop of Aegean Grill's menu, serving as reminder of the restaurant's emphasis on traditional Greek dishes. In the dining room, flaming saganaki cheese starters can be seen flickering like artwork against the restaurant's off-white walls. Waiters arrive to the table with cool hummus dip in one hand, and in the other, entree plates of stuffed shrimp and hearty charcoal-broiled lamb kebabs. The restaurant also offers a large kids’ menu with meals named after Greek deities such as Zeus, Poseidon, and Big Bird.

354 Larkfield Rd
East Northport,
NY
US

A coastal grill from the owners of Oar Steak and Seafood, Latitude 121 takes advantage of its location not far from Long Island Sound with a diverse seafood menu. In a review, the New York Times highly recommended the lobster pot pie and Chilean sea bass, but guests can also opt to go raw with a bevy of fresh clams, oysters, and tuna tartare. Just as the ocean's fish live peacefully alongside mermaids' pet turtles, Latitude 121's menu has more than just seafood. Filet mignon and angus beef burgers highlight the turf options, and desserts include scoops of Gifford's signature ice cream.

121 Main St.
Stony Brook,
NY
US

Peter Goldfarb sits watching his mother, who holds a textbook with one hand while churning cookie dough with the other. As she pulls double duty as a mom and graduate student, she unwittingly alters the course of her son's life. The young Peter will soon grow up, move to Los Angeles, and pursue a career in television production—but his friends won't care about his industry stories; they'll want to know where his shipments of ridiculously tasty cookies are coming from.

This true tale is what inspired Peter to eventually enroll in culinary school and coax his mom into cofounding Chip'n Dipped. Today, the duo and a crew of bakers make all-natural cookies, chocolates, and confections—including gluten- and dairy-free options—in full view of customers, as well as for impressed reporters from large publications such as the New York Times, Newsday, and the Candyland Gazette. Using kosher ingredients and minimally processed chocolates, the mom-and-son team creates treats loaded with bioflavonoids and free of hydrogenated oils and preservatives.

342 New York Ave.
Huntington,
NY
US

The masterminds behind Not Just Yoga aimed to create a calming, welcoming space that treats guests to the philosophy of yoga while offering a variety of services. Their yoga classes, led by expert instructors, flow through Vinyasa postures that focus on building strength and relaxing busy minds. In addition, the staff offers meditation, Pilates, and massage.

273 Main St
Huntington,
NY
US