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These Long Island restaurants serve salads worth ordering.

Kupus salata at Konoba

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Definitely order the kupus salata, a shaved cabbage salad made with roasted hazelnuts, Parmesan and red wine vinaigrette, at Konoba in Huntington.

Beets and kale salad at The Harrison

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A salad of roasted beets and baby organic kale with crispy warm goat cheese, candied walnuts and truffle vinaigrette is served at The Harrison in Floral Park.

Wedge salad at Talluci's Pizzeria

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The wedge salad at Talluci's Pizzeria in Farmingdale features an entire head of romaine lettuce, showered with crumbled blue cheese, chopped bacon and tomato.

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Fatush salad at Rothchilds Coffee & Kitchen

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The tasty fatush salad at Rothchilds Coffee & Kitchen in Great Neck features tomatoes, olives, red onion, radish, fresh herbs, olive oil and feta cheese.

Kale Caesar salad at Henley's Village Tavern

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Kale Caesar salad, showered with hard-boiled egg and shaved Parmesan cheese, sheds all vestiges of bitterness at Henley's Village Tavern in Brightwaters.

Nicoise salad at The Craft House

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This clever riff on a Nicoise salad that subs rosy-pink duck breast for tuna is an enticing autumn switcheroo at The Craft House in Freeport.

Watermelon salad at Meta Osteria & Barra

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Spicy capicola, candied walnuts and Gorgonzola cheese spark the watermelon salad at Meta Osteria & Barra in Oceanside.

Beet salad at The Gourmet Whaler

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The ample, artfully arranged beet salad at The Gourmet Whaler in Cold Spring Harbor brings together roasted red and golden beets, goat cheese, candied walnuts and baby arugula with a red wine vinaigrette.

Sicilian salad at Il Giardino

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The Sicilian salad of oranges, fennel, olives, asparagus, string beans and potatoes is bright and refreshing at Il Giardino in Aquebogue.

Grilled octopus salad at Catch Oyster Bar

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Grilled octopus salad features tomato, onion and potato slices on greens at Catch Oyster Bar in Patchogue.

Lobster Cobb salad at The Wild Goose

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The lobster Cobb salad at The Wild Goose in Port Washington is a twist on an American classic with a large hunk of lobster on top and chunks laced throughout.

Roasted beet salad at Yiasou Yeeros

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The roasted beet salad at Yiasou Yeeros in Plainview is topped with feta cheese and walnuts.

Iceberg wedge salad at St. James Public House

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An iceberg wedge salad is topped with crumbled Gorgonzola, bacon lardons, blue cheese dressing and a tangle of fried onions at St. James Public House.

Rucola salad at Naples Street Food

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Rucola salad at Naples Street Food in Franklin Square has arugula, cherry tomatoes, artichoke and Parmesean with a lemon vinaigrette.

Grilled Montauk squid salad at Lulu Kitchen & Bar

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A salad of grilled Montauk squid is tumbled with greens and dressed with a gingery citrus dressing at Lulu Kitchen & Bar in Sag Harbor.

Baby beet salad at The Brixton

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Baby beet salad, featuring red and gold, diced and shaved beets, topped with pistachios and goat cheese and anchored by arugula in a tart vinaigrette, is a winner at The Brixton in Babylon.