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Emanuel's

The former chef at one of Long Island's most prominent steakhouses has opened an eponymous restaurant, Emanuel's, a cozy, under-the-radar spot with plenty of wagyu beef and lobster dishes....

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The former chef at one of Long Island's most prominent steakhouses has opened an eponymous restaurant, Emanuel's, a cozy, under-the-radar spot with plenty of wagyu beef and lobster dishes.

A porterhouse steak for two comes on a piping-hot plate at Emanuel's in Northport.

Emanuel's in Northport has all the features of a steakhouse in a bistro setting — white tablecloths, a fireplace and a wine list sagging with gutsy reds.

 Emanuel's in Northport is a steakhouse in a tucked-away bistro.

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Flaps of wagyu beef are seared on a hot stone tableside by chef Emanuel Karropoulos in his restaurant, Emanuel's in Northport.

The lobster bisque, with a trove of lobster meat floating in the middle, is just creamy enough at Emanuel's in Northport.

Spinach gnocchi is made in house and plated in a Roquefort-cheese sauce with shaved black truffles at Emanuel's in Northport.

Warm doughnut holes are rolled in cinnamon sugar and served with strawberry jam and a whipped amaretto marscapone at Emanuel's in Northport.

Chef and co-owner, Emanuel Karropoulos,  and his wife Tricia, in the dining room of their restaurant, Emanuel's in Northport.

 Chef Emanuel Karropoulos sears flaps of wagyu beef tableside in the dining room of his restaurant, Emanuel's in Northport