Long Island restaurants: This week's picks

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Marble Modern American Steakhouse has colorful, stylized artwork

Marble Modern American Steakhouse has colorful, stylized artwork that complements the exposed brick and dark wood walls. (Aug. 3, 2013) Photo Credit: Barbara Alper

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At the new Marble Modern American Steakhouse in Floral Park, a grilled-to-order sirloin burger, capped with Cheddar cheese and flanked by hand-cut fries, is a good choice, says Newsday critic Peter M. Gianotti. The best steak is the 21-day aged New York strip, fibrous and tender, juicy and weighing in at a manageable 14 ounces. Gianotti awards the restaurant two stars.

At Tre Sorelle in Sea Cliff, owned by three sisters, Joan Reminick's dinner is jump-started by an individual Margherita pizza, ideal for sharing.  A big bowl of shrimp marinara features plump shellfish in a lively sauce. Reminick awards the restaurant one and a half stars.

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