The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene.
Last time we took a survey of restaurants with numbers in their names, we counted 16. That was about a year and a half ago – and we were only talking about places named for their addresses.
Add to that other number-named restaurants (area codes, expressway exits, dates and more) and taking into account all the openings and closings, an update is in order.
So, here’s where we stand now, at 26 restaurants:
1 North Steakhouse in Hampton Bays (named for its address)
18 Bay in Shelter Island ( named for its former Bayville address)
21 Main in Sayville (named for its address)
75 Main in Southampton (named for its address)
490 West in Carle Place (named for its address)
1770 House in East Hampton (historically named for year it became an inn)
631 in Southold (named for its area code)
Andrea’s 25 in Commack and Woodbury (named for lucky number of owner's father)
Bistro 25 in Sayville (25 boutique wines at $25)
Bistro 44 in Northport (named for its address)
Bistro 46 at the Holiday Inn in Plainview (named for Long Island Expressway exit)
Bistro 72 at Hotel Indigo East End in Riverhead (named for Long Island Expressway exit)
Brasserie 214 at the Inn at New Hyde Park (named for its address)
Deco 1600 in Plainview (named for its address)
Public House 49 in Patchogue (named for its address)
Rare 650 in Syosset (named for its address)
Restaurant Five.Five2 in St. James (named for its address)
Seasons 52 at Roosevelt Field, Garden City (named for number of weeks in a year)
Ten 89 Noodle House in Stony Brook (named for its address)
Ten Ten Asian Sushi Bistro in Mount Sinai (named for store number within strip mall)
Sushi Time 560 in Bethpage (named for its address)
Taste 99 in Bethpage (named for its address)
Press 195 in Rockville Centre (named for original store's Brooklyn address)
Aji 53 in Bay Shore and Smithtown (named for original Bay Shore address)
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