Life on Long Island

LOVE to return in the fall

Champagne gets delivered to guests on Oct. 3,

(Credit: Bruce Gilbert)

For Long Islanders who consider dance music a key to nightlife, some good news: LOVE will be back.

The Carle Place nightclub, known for its event calendar loaded with appearances by superstar DJs, had closed at the end of May – which isn't unusual, as landlocked nightspots are occasionally known to cease operations between spring and fall in anticipation of LI’s late-night fun-seekers annual...

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The Louder Than Love Valentine's Ball

Freestyle music group TKA.

(Credit: Ian J. Stark)

When it comes to Long Island’s nightlife, there’s no question that a part of the party scene belongs to a fairly mature set of fun-seekers

People that don't regularly head out in the evening for good times, dancing and social situations on LI may be under the impression that area pubs and clubs are solely full of twenty-somethings -- but in fact, there are a number of spots that count on the...

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Long Island is getting LOVE

Singer Kim Sozzi, second from left, and friends

(Credit: Ian J. Stark)

With the grand opening of LOVE in Carle Place, Nassau County nightlife has received a strong upgrade.

In the last few decades, there have been so many different DJ-driven nightclubs between Queens and Suffolk County that one could actually go out between almost every night and find a different spot for serious late-night dancing and socializing – but over the past five to 10 years, the scene...

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'LOVE' is on the way

A rough draft of the logo for the

(Credit: Louis Branchinelli/ Rick Wonda/ Brian Rosenberg)

Earlier this month, the ownership of Sugar Dining Den and Social Club had commented on whether the venue would be returning, as the very-popular restaurant and nightclub (located at 246 Voice Rd. in Carle Place) had unexpectedly closed its doors in early July. At that time, co-owner Brian Rosenberg had described the closure as necessary for “refurbishment” — but added that there would also be some...

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'Sugar Nights' to return in September

A group of women chat and nibble on

(Credit: David Pokress)

Ever since Sugar Dining Den and Social Club opened in Carle Place during the spring of 2011, it has served as both a lauded stop for dinner and as an absolute must of a nightclub. However, anyone looking to make a stop at Sugar this summer is going to have to rethink their plans, as it won’t be available for good times until sometime in September.

The spot’s “summer vacation,” so to speak,...

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