The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene
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Blue Lagoon has dried up.
The West Babylon restaurant, known recently for its steaks and seafood, happy hours, music and dancing, is closed.
The establishment peaked in 2005, when, as a New American restaurant, it earned a three-star rating in Newsday.
It was situated at 677 Farmingdale Rd. (Route 109), just west of Straight Path....Read more »
Woody’s American Grill is up and grilling in West Babylon. The casual new counter-serve spot offers a simple menu of American fast-food favorites — burgers, hot dogs and sandwiches. It’s owned by two West Babylon natives — Woody Kerzner (former owner of Green Cactus Grill, which Woody's replaces), and his business partner, Larry Doyle.
“You walk in and feel you’re at some kind...Read more »
Salsa Pica Mexican Grill replaces the intriguingly named Sexy Firehouse Chicken in a West Babylon ShopRite strip mall.
A recent lunch at the modest little place amounted to a small soft corn chorizo taco ($2.25) topped with chopped onion and cilantro as well as a fish taco ($2.50) crowned with shredded cabbage and white sauce. Both proved lively and satisfying. From the help-yourself...Read more »
Another restaurant that didn’t make it to 2013: Singha Thai in West Babylon.
The modest little Thai spot got a 2 ½ star rating in 2010. “Zero ambience,” read the review. “But plenty of panache — on the plate.”
Well remembered are sticky rice with chicken and vegetables wrapped in a banana leaf — an Asian tamale and drunken noodles that offered “both a jolt and a hug.”
Above: Stuffed...Read more »