Acacia opens in Huntington

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A sign in the window of Acacia in A sign in the window of Acacia in Huntington Village lets passersby know it is open for business. (Oct. 17, 2013) Photo Credit: Ian J. Stark

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Acacia, restaurant and night spot, is serving seafood and music on New York Avenue in Huntington.

The chef at the new restaurant is Matthew Maxwell, a veteran of the departed Riverbay in Williston Park.

His menu includes appetizers such as tuna tartare, crab cakes and lobster bisque; and main courses that include mussel pots, seared dry sea scallops, fennel-crusted yellowfin tuna and steaks.

Appetizers are $8 to $15; main dishes, $18 to $32. The restaurant is open Tuesday to Sunday from 5 p.m.

There's DJ music Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 11 p.m.

Acacia, 371 New York Ave., Huntington; 631-923-2299.

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