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Feed Me TV: The village that doesn’t sleep

Babylon was once a sleepy little village where burgers and red sauce ruled the dining scene. Today, it's a South Shore restaurant hub. Small plates, craft cocktails, Asian fusion -- check, check and check. We blaze a trail down Deer Park Avenue for a 24-hour pub-and-grub crawl. Next, it's a lesson in wood-fired cooking at Lulu Kitchen & Bar in Sag Harbor, then we're off to Glen Cove to tour a family-run pickle business. We finish at Greenport's cult U-.shuckerie, Little Creek Oysters. Babylon's hottest restaurants and bars.


Owner and chef, Peter Mistretta, from Perennial in Famous fusilli at Perennial The word beefshi has been coined to describe Beefshi nudges sushi as LI delicacy The Cavallo brothers, Chris and John, own Sempre Sempre Fame Gourmet Grill in Floral Park Alana Hoffmann, executive chef at Indigo, a Patchogue Indigo Restaurant & Bar, Patchogue Chef Wei Guo Yu, of 365 Noodle Bar 365 Noodle Bar & Grill Chef Gregory Guidone of Crown Gastropub in Bellmore, Crown Gastropub in Bellmore offers Scotch egg Gusto Divino Trattoria in Seaford is a restaurant Old-style Italian cooking at Gusto Divino Trattoria Staffers at North Fork Chocolate Company in Aquebogue LI fondue spots will warm you up Vitality Bowls Smithtown, the brand's first New York Vitality Bowls opens first NY location on LI