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Popztarz's culinary team crafts homemade ice cream, sorbetto, gelato, and sundaes from fresh fruit and high-quality ingredients. Cool off with a s’mores gelato pop—chocolate gelato with a toasted marshmallow and graham-cracker core ($3.50)—or a vanilla salted-caramel pop with creamy vanilla gelato surrounding a homemade soft caramel inside ($3.50). Snackers can sample gelato, sorbetto, and ice-cream flavors by the scoopful ($2.99–$5.99), including Belgian chocolate, coconut, and butter pecan, or sneak a creamy coating onto the moist gelato-topped cupcake ($2.99). Frozen treat creators can concoct a variety of sundaes according to diner specifications or sling a signature selection, such as the goldrush sundae with chocolate and coffee gelato, caramel syrup, diced almonds, whipped cream, and dreams of westward expansion.

768 West Beech Street
Long Beach,

Cuisine Type: Upscale pub fare

Established: 1982

Reservations: Recommended

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Number of Tables: 11?25

Parking: Parking lot

Most Popular Offering: Tidbits (serving many varieties)

Kid-friendly: Yes

Alcohol: Full bar

Delivery/Takeout Available: Takeout only

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Q&A with the Owner/Manager

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

We have a very extensive menu serving everything from traditional pub fare to steaks, chops, and seafood.

Are there any dishes on the menu you consider to be a hidden gem?not necessarily the most popular, but surprisingly delicious?

[The] chicken chianti, hand-stuffed bacon-and-bleu-cheese burger, jumbo hot wings, [and] pulled-pork tacos

D?cor can say a lot about the type of food a restaurant serves. How does your d?cor inform or reflect your culinary practice?

J. Paul's is separated into two areas by double doors. On one side, customers can unwind in our newly remodeled sports-bar area?a perfect place to meet with friends to watch the big game on one of our 15 flat-screen TVs. On the other side of the doors is our 75-seat intimate and cozy dining room featuring both tables and booths, depending on your preference.

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

We have live music every weekend. For gamblers, J. Paul's also has horse wagering on all races nationwide, as well as NYS Quick Draw.

239 Merrick Rd

Berrylicious's confectionary connoisseurs sate bodily cravings with sweet eats, all of which are kosher. Numerous yogurt flavors, such as rich vanilla, chocolate, kiwi strawberry, snickerdoodle, and pomegranate ($2.75–$5.25), construct a solid frozen-treat foundation. Next, more than 30 toppings adorn towering flavor walls with candy-store favorites such as Kit Kat bits, Oreos, or chocolate chips or healthy add-ons such as strawberry, pineapple, or mango chunks to satisfy contractual obligations to the food pyramid. For portable delectables, Berrylicious also proffers sugar-free fruit smoothies ($4.50) and cupcakes piled with frosting ($2.25).

295 Burnside Ave

Pantano's Kitchen keeps its chefs busy all day. Starting with the morning's frittatas and pancakes, they transition to paninis, burgers, and deli fare as the hours progress. But they'll gladly make breakfast specialties all day alongside the more than 200 menu options diverse enough to please entire families or each head of a picky Cerberus. As diners deliberate further on build-your-own burger and salad choices, flat-screen TVs flicker with stock quotes and sporting events.

1308 Broadway

For more than 16 years, the family of bakers at Cino's Hot Bagels has been recreating the taste of the Big Apple in Oceanside. They pride themselves on making authentic New York?style bagels, which they bake in a kettle to give each ring of dough its signature chewy texture. But Cino's carries far more than bagels. It also offers up a variety of popular toppings, including lox, flavored cream cheeses, and deli-style meats and cheeses from Boar's Head.

2941 Long Beach Road

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