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Vegan pop up market comes to LI communities
Find vegan eats, clothing and health products.
10 new LI restaurants to try this fall
From an influx of Caribbean spots to a raw bar to fresh twist on noodles, here's where to eat right now.
What to eat (or not) at LI's first Top Golf
From wings to cheesy macaroni bites, what's worth the calories?
Long Island's top 100 restaurants of 2021
From Italian to Thai to soul food, the Long Island dining scene has never been more vibrant.
Top Thai restaurant closes due to worker shortage
"We would have a full house and I'd see my customers waiting and it would stress me out, but there was nothing I could do about it," said owner Amy Wong.
New Mexican eatery opens in Bay Shore
The menu features everything from tacos and burritos to la parrillada, a sizzling skillet that feeds up to three people with steak, chicken, chorizo and shrimp.
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Grandma Pizza was first invented on Long Island. But Umberto's of New Hyde Park, King Umberto's of Elmont and Da Angelo of Albertson, all claim to have made the first pie. Newsday's food critic, Erica Marcus, has some answers.
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- This summer, eat in one of LI's most charming villages One of the South Shore's most charming villages has long been a haven for artists and other creative types who prefer its understatement to the glitz (and traffic) farther east. And here are a few reasons why. More by Erica Marcus
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