Post Sandy, 5 notable restaurant comebacks

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A half rack of baby back ribs is

A half rack of baby back ribs is served with chipotle honey sauce at Swingbellys Beachside BBQ in Long Beach. (June 18, 2013) Photo Credit: Linda Rosier

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The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene.

The miseries and memories of superstorm Sandy stay with many of us and our neighbors.

The shoreline will never be the same. There always will be concern about having a house by the water. Some communities are changed permanently from what they were before Oct. 29, 2012.

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But there is resilience, too.

Dine at a restaurant that has made a comeback from that long night and the days, weeks and months that followed.

Here are five.

Artie's South Shore Fish Market & Grill, 4257 Austin Blvd., Island Park; 516-889-0692

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Rachel's Waterside Grill,  281 Woodcleft Ave., Freeport; 516-546-0050

Swingbellys Beachside BBQ,  909 W. Beech St., Long Beach; 516-431-3464

Tres Palms, 16 East Ct., Babylon; 631-482-1465

View, 3 Consuelo Pl., Oakdale; 631-589-2694

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