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M’s is the name of the newest restaurant to occupy the former Stone Turtle digs, a free-standing building that's hosted a string of short-lived eateries. With the aim of being the keeper, the place made its debut right after Superstorm Sandy. Despite losing power and much of its equipment, the restaurant managed to crank out a basic menu for its first month. According to owner John Manzo, there...Read more »
Kazan Authentic Central Asian Cuisine in Port Washington serves the food of Uzbekistan, formerly a republic within the Soviet Union. A recent visit proved an eye-opener.
The space, under the same ownership as its predecessor, Innuendo, is strikingly attractive, its walls hung with rich Oriental rugs. Suspended from the ceiling is a complex wood sculpture of interlocking cubes, a holdover...Read more »
On Dec. 8 and 9, Greenport will be celebrating the stellar seafood of the Peconic Bay in a “Shellabration” restaurant walk. Eleven of the town’s best eateries — Biere, First and South, North Fork Oyster Co., Noah’s, Scrimshaw among them — will be participating, as well as vineyards including One Woman Wines, Paumanok and Shinn Estate. Click here for the full list.
Here’s how it works: Report...Read more »
Lasting only a few months, Haven Grill in Port Washington is shuttered.
The restaurant, which served a grill-centric menu, received two and a half stars this past September in a review that emphasized the high quality of chef-owner Elio Sobrero’s desserts.
The restaurant was recently featured on Food Network's “Restaurant Stakeout.“
Watch for updates on what will become of the...Read more »