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Who doesn't love the tiny cheeseburgers sold by White Castle, a burger chain that dates back to 1921? While the chain has closed a few restaurants in the area, including its Mount Sinai digs in 2012, the chain still runs eateries in Lynbrook, West Hempstead, Centereach, Massapequa, Commack, Farmingdale, Huntington Station, Brentwood and Deer Park.(Credit: Ian J. Stark)

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Classic fast-food chains still open on Long Island

Sure, McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's, Taco Bell and newcomers like Chipotle tend to get all the attention in the world of fast food, but there are still plenty of decades-old brands offering quick bites across Long Island. See our gallery below.

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