Restaurants in Nesconset

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There are bars where you go to get a quiet drink and there are bars where you go to socialize. Kelli’s Grill & Wing House definitely falls into the latter category, with Kelli and her staff opening up doors for UFC fights, Major League Baseball games, and NFL matchups. Guests watch the sporting events on any of the 25 high-definition TVs that adorn the walls or on the TVs inside the restaurant’s booths.

As the games play out, patrons gulp pints of beer and devour the house’s signature wings doused in many sauces. They can also opt for one of the hearty steaks carved at Kelli’s father’s butcher shop. The doors stay open until 1 a.m., giving clients time to properly celebrate a win or decide whose turn it is to prank call the referee.

235 Smithtown Blvd
Nesconset,
NY
US

At Lucky Oriental, guests dine on a smorgasbord of Chinese and Japanese dishes, from savory spare ribs and spicy Hunan chicken to shrimp lo mein. In addition to these heartier entrees, patrons can also dine on more than 20 different maki rolls or sample morsels of sashimi-style tuna and surf clam from the ? la carte sushi menu.

704 Portion Road
Lake Ronkonkoma,
NY
US

Michael Zachary's - Pizza, Burgers, Ice Cream combines three of the most delicious foods known to humankind. The menu is full of pizzas crowned with meatballs, sausage, and veggies; sandwiches stuffed with ground steak; and ice cream loaded with candies and toppings.

708 Portion Road
Lake Ronkonkoma,
NY
US

Spezia comforts diners with hearty Italian entrees such as the "homey, meaty lasagna," according to an article in Newsday or "a classic done right" in their linguine in clam sauce from The New York Times review. Whether ordering ? la carte or from the prix-fixe menu, housemade pastas and sauces, and veal, chicken, and seafood entrees are all so comforting that customers take their leftovers home to stuff into their pillows.

645 Middle Country Road
St. James,
NY
US

Kitchen A Bistro's chef changes the restaurant’s menu––which features regional Mediterranean flavors grounded by classical French techniques––on a daily basis. This ever-rotating selection of rustic-yet-refined food—which Zagat rated in its "extraordinary to perfection" range—is created with fresh, organic ingredients. Tender braised duck can sit atop a bed of hand-cut pasta, savory pork is occasionally accented with polenta and roasted fennel, and clams simmer in a saffron-tinged chowder. With its dark wooden tables, cream-colored walls, and windows covered by burgundy drapes, Kitchen A Bistro's dining room almost resembles an elegant family home instead of a restaurant. Sconces cast a soft glow throughout the earth-toned space, illuminating the walls' collection of framed pictures and bronzed spelling tests.

404 Route 25A
Saint James,
NY
US

Live music and a duo of fireplaces create a cozy ambience inside Restaurant Five Five 2, an eatery named for its address on North Country Road in St. James. Chef prepares small-plate tapas such as the PEI mussels steamed in lobster broth and salmon tartare served on crisp wontons with spicy mayo, and also more substantial entrees such as New York Strip Steak or Linguini Pescatore. Don't miss out on desserts such as the cr?me br?l?e, which a New York Times food writer called "perfect: thick, cold and satiny." Five Five 2 was also voted one of the best restaurants of 2013 by Newsday.

552 Route 25A
Saint James,
NY
US