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JW's in Glen Head: First bites

Grilled swordfish with toasted orzo and frisee salad

Grilled swordfish with toasted orzo and frisee salad is a special at JW's Public House in Glen Head in August 2013. (Credit: Newsday / Peter Gianotti)

JW's Public House debuts in Glen Head as a triple "S," signaling seafood, steak and spirits. For you, it's a winning trifecta.

The bright, handsome spot is worth visiting for fine soups, too, especially the fish chowder and New England-style clam chowder. Also recommended: a grilled swordfish special, with toasted orzo and frisee salad finished with a ginger-spurred  beurre blanc; and the juicy rib-eye steak.

There are several excellent brews on tap. Enjoy them at the bar, indoors, or at one of the outdoor tables.

Main courses are in the $19 to $33 range, with some specials higher. "Shareables" is a separate category to satisfy a group during all the decision making.

JW's Public House, 41 Glen Head Rd., Glen Head; 516-200-9090.

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