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LI restaurants offer help in Sandy's aftermath

MP Taverna chef-owner Michael Psilakis. The restaurant is

(Credit: Yana Paskova)

Long Island restaurateurs are, increasingly, stepping up in ways big and small to aid victims of superstorm Sandy. Expect the list below to grow in the coming days:

The Vine Wine Bar (2259 Merrick Rd., Merrick, 516-812-7883) is holding a fundraiser to benefit the Superstorm Sandy relief efforts on Saturday, Nov. 10, from noon to 3 p.m. The wine bar will be closed for business, but will be...

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Sandy takes toll on waterside restaurants

Diners on the outdoor patio of the View

(Credit: John Griffin)

Seaside restaurants are particularly vulnerable during major storms. Not surprisingly, the brute force of Sandy has brought down many a popular Long Island spot. Some will be rebuilt; others, perhaps not.

Right now, by all accounts, Freeport’s Nautical Mile looks like a war zone. Tropix, on whose deck, just months ago, I sipped sangria and ate pizza, has burned down. Bracco’s Clam & Oyster...

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