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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The 10-seat mozzarella bar adjoins the kitchen at Anthony Scotto's newest restaurant, One North, in Jericho.

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Barbounia (imported), a pan-fried delicacy with sweet flavor and aroma at Anthony Scotto's newest restaurant, One North, in Jericho.

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“I’m 74 and I’ve built 40 restaurants in my life. Now I want to do something nobody has ever done before,” said Anthony Scotto, owner of One North in Jericho.

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In the most casual of three dining rooms at Doma Land + Sea in Cedarhurst, patrons dine under the watchful eyes of Marilyn Monroe, Biggie Smalls and John Lennon.

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At Doma Land + Sea in Cedarhurst, the "painters plate tartare" features avocado, yellowfin tuna and mango relish.

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Fresh stracciatella cheese is topped with Osetra caviar at the mozzarella bar at One North in Jericho.

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Mr. Greg's apple tortada is topped with Thai cinnamon ice cream and reposes under a dome of spun sugar at Doma Land + Sea in Cedarhurst.

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Executive chef Oscar Martinez, formerly of The BBG in Williston Park, mans the kitchen at Doma Land + Sea in Cedarhurst.

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The bar at Matteo's Trattoria & Bar in Huntington Station rises two stories high.

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Veal scallopini can be had alla Marsala (pictured) or Milanese, Francese or Parmesan at Matteo's Trattoria & Bar in Huntington Station.

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Pan-seared salmon, with balsamic-braised onions and wilted spinach, served at Matteo's Trattoria & Bar in Huntington Station.

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Owner Jerry Sbarro, left, and executive chef Mark Serrantino pose at the bar at Matteo's Trattoria & Bar in Huntington Station.

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