WHAT: A polished alternative to all those steroidal steakhouses bulging on Long Island.
Read the review. (Aug. 3, 2013) Photo Credit: Barbara Alper
The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene.
The Pink Lady has given way to The Lumberjack at Marble in Floral Park.
The two-star steakhouse has a new round of cocktails with which to welcome autumn. The Lumberack is one of them, fueled by Laird's applejack, apple cider, lemon and Tahitian vanilla-cardamom bitters.
Also new: Uncle Steve, made with Hayman's Old Time Gin and pomegranate-rosemary lemonade; Ginger Davis, with Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur, Cointreau, lemon, fresh ginger and black pepper; and The Anchor, with Tito's vodka, sriracha, olive brine, and two blue-cheese olives.
Marble's crabcakes, crisp-skinned chicken, and 21-day aged New York strip steak highlight the menu.
Marble, 230 Jericho Tpke., Floral Park; 516-500-9666