The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene
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Jetty Bar & Grill, the post-Sandy reincarnation of Bahia Social Club, opened last night in Long Beach's still-recovering West End.
Bahia’s original owners Mike Orza and John Rugolsky have been joined by partner Chris Fiumara. According to Fiumara, the place has been entirely revamped, with a “beachy feel,” a raised ceiling and a communal table made out of reclaimed wood and rails from...Read more »
Uva Rossa — Italian for red grape — is the name of the wine bar and small plates restaurant that opened last night in the Malverne space that, for over 30 years, hosted Cork N Board.
Chef owner Antonio Bove, who hails from Caserta, near Naples, also owns Il Villagio Trattoria Italiana, as well as Antonio's Italian American Deli, both also in Malverne.
Bove said that at Uva Rossa,...Read more »
When Two Blondes and a Stove morphed into BlonDee’s Bistro & Bar, owner Dena Fenza and executive chef Michael Hansen added a dinner menu of small plates to the breakfast and lunch options.
On a recent night, I stopped in for dinner. Having had breakfast and lunch there before, my expectations were generally high.
And generally unmet. Kobe beef sliders, requested rare, were cooked...Read more »