Brick-oven pizza with san marzano tomatoes and fresh basil, spaghetti with housemade meatballs, and lasagna with imported parmesan cheese
Family-owned restaurant serves up Neapolitan and Sicilian style pizza, along with dishes like eggplant rollatini stuffed with ricotta.
Casual neighborhood restaurant serves comfort-food classics, including burgers, meatloaf, and honey-dipped fried chicken.
$35 for $60 worth of Argentinian cuisine in the restaurant.
Oldest family owned pizzeria in Northport offers a variety of pizzas, salads, and appetizers
Diverse, flavorful selection of Pakistani and Indian cuisine ranging from slow-cooked coriander chicken to vegetarian aloo ghobi
Family-style pasta, pizza, and other Italian favorites made with farm-fresh ingredients and served in lively, welcoming atmosphere
Twelve cozy tables are set with appetizers, soups, or salads, entrees such as veal parmesan or house-made gnocchi with pesto, and coffees
Enjoy slightly-charred brick-oven-baked thin crust pizza topped with fresh ingredients
Handmade pastas and unique proteins enhance rustic Italian dishes such as kale-and-spinach gnocchi, rabbit cacciatore, and seared branzino
Local favorite, praised by the New York Times, serving authentic Portuguese cuisine and American favorites in cozy, comfortable atmosphere
Certified black Angus-steaks and seafood dishes pair with seasonal cocktails amid crackling fireplace and elegant saltwater fish tank
Mix of vegetarian and meaty Indian classics baked in tandoori oven, marinated and grilled, or submerged in curry
Low-fat yogurt coats dark-meat chicken kebabs, and tandoori oven bakes spicy warmth into salmon tikka masala at Zagat-rated eatery
Appetizers such as short-rib cakes complement entrees, including dry-aged steaks and ahi tuna
Besides the usual pan-Asian suspects, sample pork pot stickers with creamy balsamic sauce, gyoza ravioli, and orange-miso Chilean sea bass
Two-story steakhouse with antique decor serves up grass-fed steaks aged for 28 days, roasted seabass, veal chops, and other high-end fare
Antique-filled shop serves up breakfast and hot and cold sandwiches such as smoked-turkey reubens served on fresh baked bread each morning
Chef Ian Russo was born in Brooklyn, is classically trained, and has cooked in kitchens around the world, from IHOP to Eugénie-les-Bains
Lauded by the “New York Times,” this upscale Hauppauge restaurant is under new management, offering high-quality steak, seafood, and more.
Diners create their own individual burger from host of fresh ingredients including patties made from Angus beef, turkey, salmon, and veggies
A fine dining Italian experience with classic Italian recipes with daily specials all prepared the way Grandma used to do it
Wings, chicken sandwiches, tacos, and burgers accented by more than 30 types of sauce
Start off with a creative sushi pizza with spicy lobster, shrimp, crab, and avocado before digging into traditional rolls or hibachi entrees
Sushi restaurant is known for its modern interpretation of classic dishes, and uses only high quality ingredients.
Upscale, international small plates precede meat and seafood entrees at the restaurant or upstairs wine lounge.
From the merchant: Sushi made from fish that arrives fresh daily, as well as iconic Japanese staples such as charbroiled chicken teriyaki
Award-winning pit team dry-rubs and smokes beef brisket and St. Louis–style ribs for hours on a pit made from local oak
Dozens of sushi rolls join Chinese, Japanese, and Thai dishes at lounge lit by red drop lighting where soft jazz filters through the air
Award-winning Asian bistro chain fills its menu with sushi, noodle dishes, and grilled entrees in a high-energy atmosphere
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