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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.

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