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Rejoice, George Echeverria fans. Today marks the official opening of the chef’s new restaurant, Eric’s Italian Bistro in Mineola
Echeverria’s first restaurant, Soigne in Woodmere, was a South Shore favorite for eight years before the chef headed north to Huntington to join the team that opened Amicale in Huntington in 2011. A year later he took over the kitchen at Andiamo in Mineola, with...Read more »
Hemisphere packs in enough action to cover more than one-half of the small-plates world.
It's the latest showcase for Jeffery Slade, recently of Madison's in Williston Park and formerly chef at the departed Farmhouse in Greenport.
At this sleek, sharp spot, he's sending out savory dishes such as diver scallops paired with crisp pork belly; Kobe beef sliders with caramelized onions...Read more »
Another waterfront restaurant has rebounded and rebuilt in the wake of superstorm Sandy. VIEW in Oakdale just reopened following a major repair and restoration. The dining spot is known not only for its New American food but also for its outdoor dining and nautical vistas.
Starting Tuesday, the place will be open at both lunch and dinner but, until May 6, will be closed Mondays. On April 5,...Read more »
Kyle Strong Romeo is the new executive chef at Stonewalls restaurant, situated at The Woods at Cherry Creek golf course in Riverhead.
He succeeds Guy Peuch, who established the restaurant a decade ago. Peuch (shown above in the Stonewalls dining room), a veteran French chef who also starred at the former Inn on the Harbor in Cold Spring Harbor, has retired.
Romeo's Long Island...Read more »