Though DEKS American Restaurant is located in the historic Hallock House—Rocky Point's oldest commercial building—its approach is distinctly contemporary, pairing artful entrees with an evolving rotation of 190 craft beers and imports. Cooks marinate and blacken porterhouse steaks, slather baby back ribs in barbecue sauce, and sauté shrimp and chicken to serve with goat cheese and sun-dried tomatoes over pasta. In addition to these mainstays, each month brings a new themed menu featuring unique and seasonal favorites, such as "Cajunfest" and Oktoberfest.
Daniel Carmody's Restaurant & Public House treats patrons to ice-cold beers paired with a spread of hearty plates home-made with fresh ingredients, from beer-battered fish and chips to rib eye steaks and spicy chicken wings. As they laugh with friends and sip frosty brews, guests watch sports on an arsenal of 25 televisions, or dance and sing along to live music each Friday and Saturday night.
At Caruso's, Italian cuisine is the star of the show. On an outdoor patio or indoor dining room, forks can be found twirling through plates of spaghetti and linguine or spearing nubs of homemade gnocchi. In the kitchen, chefs make sure to use fresh ingredients in each of their dishes, sourcing items locally when possible. Local littleneck clams made an appearance on the menu, while Long Island's own Pellegrini chardonnay and merlot can be found amidst the wine list's Italian and Californian options. Diners may also opt to recreate the restaurant experience in their own home with a take-home pie from Caruso's attached brick-oven pizzeria and white tablecloths draped over the family dog.