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Cedar Creek in Glen Cove's new chef and menu

11. Cedar Creek American Bar & Grill, Glen

11. Cedar Creek American Bar & Grill, Glen Cove

Every neighborhood needs a hangout that's both energetic and easygoing, a clubby spot where everyone is a member. Cedar Creek, from the owner of Mim's in Syosset and Roslyn Heights, delivers deluxe snacks, eclectic options, and an upbeat site ready for good times. Recommended: pulled-pork slider, pulled chicken with vegetables and biscuits, little Chicago-style hot dogs, fried Fire Island Creek oysters, duck rillettes, Texas chili, a tender grilled sirloin, a Meyer Ranch hamburger, Chatham cod fish-and-chips, banana-Betty parfait, pineapple upside-down cake.

Read our critic's review | Video: Go behind the scenes at Cedar Creek (Credit: Yana Paskova, 2011)

David Dunn, a veteran of East End and Manhattan restaurants, is the new chef at Cedar Creek American Bar & Grill in Glen Cove.

Dunn recently succeeded Richard Soriano. Under Soriano, the restaurant earned a two-and-one-half star rating last year in Newsday and was named one of the top 11 eateries of 2011.

New additions to the menu include steak frites with blue-cheese fondue, rack of lamb, lobster bisque and fried macaroni and cheese.

Dunn formerly cooked at the Montauk Yacht Club and East Hampton Point; and, in Manhattan, at Cafe Luxembourg and the W Hotel.

Cedar Creek American Bar & Grill, 75 Cedar Swamp Rd., Glen Cove; 516-656-5656.

Dining at Cedar Creek.

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