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Hush Bistro

Chef Marc Anthony Bynum has brought his small-plates soul food from Farmingdale to dining-saturated Huntington. Can Hush Bistro be heard above the noise?...

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Chef Marc Anthony Bynum has brought his small-plates soul food from Farmingdale to dining-saturated Huntington. Can Hush Bistro be heard above the noise?

WTF watermelon cocktail, right, with a bowl of the foie gras "snow" -- made of tuna, edamame, crispy wonton and ginger sesame vinaigrette -- at Hush Bistro in Huntington.

 

Hush Bistro in Huntington succeeds the Hush that closed last summer in Farmingdale.

 

Interior of Hush Bistro in Huntington.

 

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Interior wall decor at Hush Bistro in Huntington.

 

Bartender Harrison Chedd serves Hush Punch at Hush Bistro in Huntington.

 

Chef Marc Bynum shaves foie gras onto the "WTF," a salad of marinated raw tuna, cubed watermelon, edamame, and crumbled wonton noodles in a gingery vinaigrette, at Hush Bistro in Huntington.

The barely sweet cornbread crumbles in all the right ways, and comes with maple butter, biscuits and berry preserves, at Hush Bistro in Huntington.

 

The ditalini of a smoky mac-and-cheese is held together with a quartet of melted cheeses, and dotted with peas and crumbled bacon at Hush Bistro in Huntington.

 

Duck leg confit leans against roasted fennel and wilted broccolli at Hush Bistro in Huntington.

 

The sticky St. Louis ribs fall from the bone with the prick of a fork, and come with pickled watermelon rind at Hush Bistro in Huntington.