The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene
BloggersPeter Gianotti Erica Marcus Joan Reminick Marjorie Robins
Ocean gives you a beautiful view of Long Island Sound.
The remade restaurant in The Crescent Beach Club also delivers some very good seafood to go along with the pretty site, improving on its predecessor, the most recent version of the Pine Island Grill.
But it's invariably the location that will lure you here, especially at sunset. Have a drink, a few appetizers and enjoy the scenery.
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Ocean, which looks onto Long Island Sound, is the new restaurant at the Crescent Beach Club in Bayville. It succeeds the Pine Island Grill.
The eclectic menu includes appetizers such as lobster sliders, beet-and-goat cheese napoleon, and shellfish cocktails. The main dishes take in broiled, boiled or stuffed lobster; chile-rubbed scallops; ginger-glazed salmon; steaks and a "summer clambake"...Read more »
Joan Reminick visits Sicilia Risturanti in Levittown, whose menu (not to mention the spelling of its name) is true to the singular island of Sicily. Dominican-born chef Daniel De Jesus “cooks like a born Sicilian,” she writes. “Some of his recipes come from co-owner Domenic Giampino's Sicilian mother; others were simply well researched.”
Peter Gianotti reviews Pine Island Grill in Bayville,...Read more »
On this wet, dreary day comes sunny, spring-summer news: Pine Island Grill has reopened in Bayville.
The casual, contemporary restaurant in The Crescent Beach Club currently is on a weekend schedule, with seven days expected in a couple of weeks.
A big part of the appeal here is the location. Pine Island Grill offers great beachside views of Long Island Sound and beyond. Dessert: sunset.
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