The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene
BloggersPeter Gianotti Erica Marcus Joan Reminick Marjorie Robins
In this week’s Newsday, Joan Reminick visits Haven Grill in Port Washington, the latest restaurant from Elio Sobrero. This time, the force behind Capriccio in Jericho and La Primavera in East Hills has eschewed the Italian and Continental offers for a leaner, grill-centric menu, “only to seduce you at the end with the kind of sweets he's built a reputation on.”
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The countdown continues at Big Daddy's: 157 days till Mardi Gras.
But this spirited Cajun-Creole-barbecue spot always is poised to celebrate and give you a taste of New Orleans.
The menu changes daily but the quality doesn't. You'll be happy to find husky andouille sausage-and-smoked pork gumbo as well as brown-sauced crawfish étouffée; fired-up jambalaya and broiled oysters under a...Read more »
Cayenne, creole, crawfish ... you can get it all here on Long Island. No, you don't have to traipse off to the Big Easy to get your hands on some good ole gumbo or spicy jambalaya. Just head on over to the bayou, er ... Jericho Turnpike in Syosset, where there's a Mardi Gras party every day at Mara's Homemade. It's the place that gives customers that down-home New Orleans experience, beads...Read more »