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Inside One North in Jericho, Doma Land + Sea in Cedarhurst and Matteo's in Huntington Station

For Long Island diners, 2017 is ending with a bang. A triplet of bangs, actually. Three big, bold restaurants have just opened, each a crowning achievement for its owners and a boon for its community.

One North, an immense pan-Mediterranean eatery from Anthony Scotto, has taken over the old Maine Maid Inn in Jericho. In Cedarhurst, Doma Land + Sea is redefining kosher dining. In Huntington Station, the reborn Matteo’s is a temple to family-style dining.



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