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LI restaurant week still starting Sunday

The warm and generous main dining room at

The warm and generous main dining room at La Pace features a grand, high-ceiling. (Jan. 8 2008) (Credit: Newsday, 2008 / Bill Davis)

Long Island Restaurant Week, slated to start Sunday, will be held despite the ongoing impact of Hurricane Sandy.

From Nov. 4 to Nov. 11, more than 200 restaurants in Nassau and Suffolk will offer $24.95 fixed-price, three-course dinners all night, every night. The lone exception is on Saturday, Nov. 10, when the promotion goes only to 7 p.m.

A list of participating restaurants is available online at longislandrestaurantweek.com. It's advisable, however,  to contact the specific restaurant of your choice to see whether it will be closed because of damage, power loss or other problems related to the hurricane.

La Pace with Chef Michael in Glen Cove is open.

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