The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene
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Many restaurants have seen their last sunsets at the Harbor Marina. At least they've been very pretty finales.
This season's resident is Bay Kitchen Bar and its appeal goes well beyond the site looking onto Three Mile Harbor. Chef Eric Miller, who last year manned the kitchen at now-gone Madison & Main in Sag Harbor, brightens up dining out, too.
His warm-weather fare takes in a...Read more »
Mother's Day is one of the busiest at restaurants. Here are 10 possibilities, just in case you haven't decided yet.
JONATHAN'S RISTORANTE, 15 Wall St., Huntington; 631-549-0055
Brunch will be served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at $30 per person; $16 for children younger than 10. Choices range from waffles with blueberries to shrimp scampi-style, frittata primavera with goat cheese to pumpkin...Read more »
Bostwick's Chowder House, the casual and popular Hamptonian, expands this season into catering.
Bostwick's Clambakes & Catering Co. is the new business, under chef Joe D'Angeli, a veteran of Hampton Clambakes and Food & Co. As the name notes, the caterer specializes in clambakes, including one with turf as well as surf, with sliced beef tenderloin.
Typical fare takes in local...Read more »
Valentine's Day is big at restaurants on Long Island and almost everywhere else. Here are some that are offering specials for the festivities, especially for dessert.
After the Chateaubriand or steamed lobster for two, decide among the Valrhona chocolate bombe, vanilla cheesecake, mocha creme brulee, or chocolate-covered strawberries at View in Oakdale.
After the coriander-crusted pork...Read more »
Before meeting Bruce Dern and Helena Bonham Carter or seeing "August: Osage County," you'll need some food.
Here are three restaurants near the 21st Hamptons International Film Festival, which opens Thursday. They know how to put on a show.
Rowdy Hall has become a local landmark. And on this dreary night, the onion soup, New England clam chowder and steak frites look especially...Read more »
Attention, hungry boaters.
East Hampton Point, the restaurant overlooking Three Mile Harbor, has started offering dockside dining along with a discount for boaters for lunch and dinner.
Dockage is free during lunch and dinner at the East Hampton Point Marina. Diners will get a 10 percent discount on their entire check at the restaurant.
Dockage, of course, is based on availability.
East...Read more »