Food & Drink in Syosset

Frozen Yogurt, Shakes, and Smoothies at Dollops Frozen Yogurt (Up to 60% Off). Two Options Available.

Dollops Frozen Yogurt

Syosset

Enjoy a selection of 14 different fro-yo flavors with more than 50 toppings, as well as smoothies and meal-replacement shakes

$5 $2

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Three or Five Groupons, Each Good for One Medium-Size Smoothie at Jamba Juice (Up to 44% Off)

Jamba Juice

Multiple Locations

Whole Food Nutrition smoothies provide on-the-go meals with 10-14 grams of protein; nutrient-packed Fit 'n Fruitful manage weight-loss goals

$5.39 $3

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Three or Five Groupons, Each Good for One 12 Oz. Freshly Squeezed Juice at Jamba Juice (42% Off)

Jamba Juice

Multiple Locations

Freshly squeezed juices are delicious, nutritious and a great way to get daily vitamins and minerals your body needs to fuel the day.

$6.95 $4

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$11 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Sandwiches at Dugan's Sandwich Shop ($20 Value)

Dugan's Sandwich Shop

Woodbury

Antique-filled shop serves up breakfast and hot and cold sandwiches such as smoked-turkey reubens served on fresh baked bread each morning

$10 $5.50

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Craft-Beer Tasting for Two or Four at Oyster Bay Brewing Company (52% Off)

Oyster Bay Brewing Company

Oyster Bay

Seasonal beers crafted from ingredients from around the world; brewmasters will be onsite for questions

$29 $14

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Three or Five Groupons, Each Good for One 12 Oz. Freshly Squeezed Juice at Jamba Juice (42% Off)

Jamba Juice

Multiple Locations

Freshly squeezed juices are delicious, nutritious and a great way to get daily vitamins and minerals your body needs to fuel the day.

$6.95 $4

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$15 for $30 Worth of Meats and Prepared Foods at Prime Time Butcher

Prime Time Butcher

Woodbury

Prime dry-aged beef and chopped sirloin, housemade salads, and other specialty items at a family-run shop in business more than 30 years

$30 $15

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Regional Italian Food for Two or Four at Volpe Ristorante (Up to 51% Off)

Volpe Ristorante

Woodbury

Roasted duck drizzled in a traditional orange sauce, lobster risotto with fresh lobster and scallions, and Dover sole almondine

$90 $49

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There's chocolate in Lee Perrotta's blood. It's easy to see how it got there; in 1928, her great uncle was the chief formulator for Rockwood Chocolate in Brooklyn, and her great aunt Lena was a prolific candy maker who left behind a trove of candy-making supplies stored in hatboxes. Following suit, Lee has made her own footprint in the confectionary world by approaching chocolate making as an art?literally. In 2007, the Walt Whitman Museum displayed 36 edible sculptures and portraits that she crafted from chocolate. In 2008, the New York Food Festival named her the overall best chocolatier of the year, also awarding her prizes for fudge, truffles, and chocolate sculpting.

Several of Perrotta's chocolate sculptures serve as decor inside The Chocolate Lady in Oyster Bay. Visitors can peruse more than 180 types of seasonal confections made with freshly ground cocoa, fresh-fruit purees, and fresh butter from a cow whose udders squirt chocolate milk. Organic rose-cream cordials, citrus-tinged blood-orange bites, and dark-chocolate espresso truffles are just a few of the treats available in her store.

49 Audrey Ave
Oyster Bay,
NY
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Prime Time Butcher still wraps cuts of fresh meat in charming paper parcels. Owned by the same family for more than 30 years, the shop ages cuts of Prime beef, from chopped sirloin to london broil, in Prime Time's dry coolers alongside USDA Choice cuts such as standing rib roast. The shop's Bliss Burger patties are conjured from a blend of ground brisket and short ribs.

Prime Time Butcher also stocks a cornucopia of prepared foods, such as beef lasagna and beef-stuffed cabbage, or classic sandwich fillings such as genoa salami and Boar's Head bologna. Customers can custom-order catering and party packages to feed hungry partiers with entrees such as chicken marsala and eggplant parmesan, sides of teriyaki rice and house-made potato chips, and platters of cookies that disguise Cookie Monster's jury summons.

8045 Jericho Tpke
Woodbury,
NY
US

Shiny golden spheres congregate by a cozy fireplace inside Arata Sushi's dining room. Though they're attached to the wall, they seem to drift across space like tiny suns or undersea bubbles. Perhaps they're an homage to the fish that comprise the restaurant's colorful sushi lineup, which the Courier-Journal has dubbed "highly imaginative." In the kitchen, chefs whorl fresh seafood with rice and veggies to form more than 45 types of maki. Several rolls, such as the Cardinal, showcase fruits such as kiwis and strawberries alongside savory ingredients such as fried shrimp and cream cheese. At the bar, diners can sip wine and sake while watching the chefs slice bright-orange salmon and tuna as red as a comet wearing a clown nose.

18 Cold Spring Rd
Syosset,
NY
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The warm earth tones at Mim's set the stage for the elegant yet comfortable menus of New American bistro cuisine. Mim's has been part of Roslyn for over 15 years, and part of Syosset for over 30. Both locations are open for lunch and dinner, and feature a wide variety of starters and entrees to accommodate diners of many preferences?including gluten-free. After meals, browse the menu of housemade desserts before digging spoons into classics like bananas foster or a Mim's dessert sampler that includes a trio of signature sweets.

33 Berry Hill Rd
Syosset,
NY
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Sripraphai Thai Restaurant began as a small, struggling bakery. When owner Sripraphai Tipmanee switched to making roasted duck salad and crispy dried catfish, business took off, eventually moving to a new location and then taking over the buildings on both sides. Credit the critics; it's frequently cited in discussions of best Thai in New York, and Zagat recently rated it number one once again.

280 Hillside Avenue
Syosset,
NY
US

A shroud of fog surrounds Nitro Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt's staff members, who employ chilly liquid nitrogen to concoct smooth and thick custom treats in a futuristic-themed setting. The creamery—recently featured in the New York Daily News—invites clientele to experiment with combinations and invent vaccines against brain freeze using a wide range of flavors, colorings, and an unlimited supply of mix-ins. The process begins by choosing a base ice-cream flavor such as vanilla, chocolate, or mint, which can be prepared from soymilk, non-fat yogurt, organic ingredients, or sorbet. After choosing the coloring and mix-ins—which include oreos, Kit Kat bars, and gummy bears—the mad doctors transmute the ingredients into a creamy mélange with an industrial blender and a liberal application of liquid nitrogen, all the while shrouded in a safe-yet-spooky fog. Visitors can also expand their palate without stretching out their tongue by tasting eclectic fixtures such as the Bacon 'n Eggs—a nutritious breakfast of bacon ice cream and a candy gummy egg.

15 Jackson Avenue
Syosset,
NY
US