Long Island restaurants: New reviews

The Original Dirty Burger is an all-natural angus The Original Dirty Burger is an all-natural angus burger dipped in dirty dust and grilled with a splash of honey and served with dirty sweet potato fries, white truffle mayo and dirty red ketchup at Dirtyburger in Plainview. (Jan. 12, 2014) Photo Credit: Daniel Brennan

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In this weeks Newsday, Joan Reminick reviews DirtyBurger, which takes over the Plainview location that used to be Cheeburger Cheeburger. Chef-partner Ian Russo likes to dirty things up with a cayenne-spiked spice blend, she writes. He uses this dirty dust in almost every dish he offers, mellowing the heat with a bit of honey. Reminick wonders if the whole dirty shtick is pure gimmickry, but it works.

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Peter M. Gianotti visits Acacia, the sharp, new show under way opposite the Paramount theater in Huntington. Theres energy, style, music and a lot of mussel pots, he writes. Seafood is the specialty, as you'd expect from chef Matthew Maxwell, whose experience includes fishwork at the departed Riverbay in Williston Park and The Water Club in Manhattan.

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