Clubs in Lindenhurst


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With a name like Monsoon, a restaurant better make an impression. So when the owners behind some of Long Island’s top restaurants, including Prime, Tellers Restaurant, and Verace, decided to open their first Asian-fusion eatery, they pulled out all the stops to ensure their bold name choice was warranted. Since opening in 2012, Monsoon has made some lasting impressions. The New York Times called it “an exciting new entry in Babylon,” and Newsday gave it a four-star review and named it No. 1 in fine dining for 2012. The restaurant is housed in a stunning 1920s bank building whose gray stone is floodlit with dramatic lighting outside to match the equally dramatic decor inside. When customers enter, they find an elegant mix of reds and purples, sleek black wall art, and modern, dark wood furniture. The artistry of this contemporary decor is reflected in the menu, which features a blend of Vietnamese, Chinese, and Thai dishes artfully plated and made with bold, colorful ingredients. Executive Chef Michael Wilson, formerly of Verace and Prime, creates dishes ranging from lobster rangoon to miso-glazed black cod to grilled rib eye with shishito peppers. The signature-drink list also flaunts creativity with cocktails such as the green-tea mojito and the Babylon Express, which features Crop cucumber vodka, St-Germain liqueur, pineapple juice, and fresh lime.
48 Deer Park Ave
Babylon,
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Snack on tasty pub fare at The Nutty Irishman, a local favorite. The menu at The Nutty Irishman does not include any low-fat options, so come ready to indulge. Televisions are strewn throughout the bar, so fans can stay up to date on the latest sports happenings. Stay connected at no cost thanks to The Nutty Irishman's wifi. The Nutty Irishman is a local restaurant that accommodates both large and small groups. Sunny day plus appetite equals the perfect time to head to The Nutty Irishman. Customers here often groove to live music or a DJ. The Nutty Irishman also features live music and dancing. This bar is very loud, so prepare for a wall of sound. Prepare to face the crowds at The Nutty Irishman during the week — weekends tend to be slower. No need to put on airs for a trip to The Nutty Irishman — the dress code and ambience at this bar are totally laid-back. A catering menu is also available if you're looking to dazzle the guests at your next shindig. For those in a rush, the bar lets you take your food to go. Whether you prefer street or lot parking, The Nutty Irishman is located near both options. When you need great food that is not going to cost an arm and a leg, stop by The Nutty Irishman.
60 E Main St
Bay Shore,
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South Bay Market seamlessly blends freshly made sandwiches, salads, and prepared foods with the ambiance and ingredients of an upscale eatery. The counter houses prepared entrees such as pasta salads, Dr Pepper–coated ribs, and panko-crusted chicken cutlets. Behind the counter, a chef prepares custom salads by peppering greens with walnuts, mushrooms, avocado, or bacon and nestles turkey, roast beef, and grilled eggplant into sandwiches or wraps. While their food is being prepared, customers can browse a selection of drinks including juice or soda and snacks such as premier pretzels, north fork chips, or Tate's chocolate chip cookies before heading over to café tables to eat and play travel Twister.
347 South Oyster Bay Road
Plainview,
NY
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Senses come alive when sitting on the plush red couches at Kasbah Hookah Lounge. The sounds of DJs spinning tracks sync with the rhythmic movements of exotically clad belly dancers roaming from table to table, weaving through clouds of aromatic hookah smoke. Customers can puff on more than 85 flavor combinations of the house’s 24 Starbuzz shishas, including classic options such as mango, or pairings such as honey, vanilla, and mint. The house also crafts their own signature blends for the five VIP flavors, including cinnamon toast crunch, which pairs apple, cinnamon, and banana. Bottles of wine and pints of beer accompany hookahs on the table, providing all of the fillers for a comfortable night out without having to lug around childhood teddy bears.
2051 Hempstead Tpke
East Meadow,
NY
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The dramatically draped ceilings inside Zacharys glow with blue, green, and pink lights, adding luxe atmosphere to the nightclub's popular Saturday night dance party. The dance floor thumps as special guest DJs spin a mix of current dance hits and classics, which pulsate from a state-of-the-art sound system while a light show on the dance floor dazzles eyes. In between songs, partygoers can hit the bar for a top-shelf cocktail or order bottle service complete with mix-ins and garnishes.?The energetic atmosphere promises to make everything from a night out with friends to a birthday party memorable. In an effort to help recapture the elegant feel of nightclubs from the past, Zacharys has an upscale dress code; men are encouraged to wear collared shirts and shoes, and fill one pocket with a tiny emergency bowtie.
1916 Hempstead Turnpike
East Meadow,
NY
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A resurrection of Al B. White’s 1939’s vaudeville landmark, the “new” Retro Lounge serves up a menu courtesy of executive chef Nilka Hendricks, best known for her work on season seven of Fox’s Hell’s Kitchen. Chef Hendricks' diverse array of palette-pleasing dinner dishes ranges from the grilled rib-eye steak rubbed with jamaican jerk seasoning ($23) to the zesty shrimp and crab enchiladas with saffron rice and a lobster bisque sour cream sauce ($14). At lunch, guests can build their own sandwiches from more than 50 different fillings culled from beasts of the land, sea, air, and soil ($4.25–$5.25), or gobble up a slew of salads ($6–$7.50) or gourmet paninis such as the Brooklyn Avenue, with veggies slathered in goat cheese, olive tapenade, and balsamic-honey ($6.75).
10 Brooklyn Ave
Freeport,
NY
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