Now | What's new
Ambitious new BBQ spot closes after 5 months
The eatery served a full line of smoked meats as well as Southern specialties.
Wine bar replaced by acai spot in LI mall
The new eatery also sells salads and built-to-order mac-and-cheese.
The biggest LI restaurant closures of 2018
Here are some of 2018's most notable closings.
Thai eatery closes its new LI location
The eatery opened in late 2017 serving authentic, regional dishes.
LI families open new location of pretzel chain
The spot offers signature pretzels, pretzel dogs, cinnamon pretzel twists and more.
Healthy bowl chain opens second LI location
This new eatery specializes in build-your-own bowls featuring greens, grains or bone broths.
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Reviews | What we're eating
Pietro Cucina Italiana
404 N. Country Rd., St. James
Crispy goat, wild boar fried in crushed pistachios, whipped cod lurking under a bed of fennel. This inviting Italian restaurant, the newest tenant in the St. James farmhouse that housed both Mirabelle and Kitchen A Bistro, serves up plenty of eclecticism but is so instantly popular you may have to wait for 'em.
Parea Restaurant & Snack Bar
360 New York Ave., Huntington
After 43 years, the Mediterranean Snack Bar was sold in Huntington. Parea succeeds it and is an almost dish-by-dish homage to the original.
58 E. Old Country Rd., Mineola
Warm and welcoming, this Peruvian restaurant scores with hearty fare, good prices and a family feel.
68 Middle Neck Rd., Great Neck
Izakaya, sushi and offbeat noodle dishes merge in this intimate Japanese bistro in Great Neck.
585 Medford Ave., Suite 3, North Patchogue
Rice Thai seats 16 diners in a storefront space, but the cooking is big-time.
Restoration Kitchen & Cocktails
49 E. Hoffman Ave., Lindenhurst
This nonprofit restaurant, in effect, has a motto: Be the good you want to see in the world. It's a casual, openhanded spot in a vintage building, and cocktails aside, suitable for the whole family.
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Now | What's new
LI bake shop to close after 40 years
The spot has supplied cookies, bread, scones and other pastries for four decades.
'Chopped' winner's LI eatery closes after 4 years
This brings to a close a four-year saga of shifting locations and personnel.
New Italian spot offers gutsy plates, smart wine list
Judging from the weekend crowds, the food and ambience here kick up a buzz.
Italian-owned wood-fired pizzeria opens on LI
The menu features a handful of salads, three calzones and about 20 pizzas.
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