In this week's Cheap Eats column, Newsday's Joan Reminick writes about the bold, clear flavors that come out of chef Kathryn Kane’s Portuguese-New American kitchen at Tasca Convivio Chop House in Mineola.
In East Hampton, writes Newsday's Peter M. Gianotti, "the formula at Serafina ... is as uncomplicated as the chainlet’s square-one appeal: pizzas plus pastas and salads yield diners. Add buzz and ink, and you have this season’s slickest entry."
A sliced tuna appetizer is served at Serafina East Hampton on North Main Street. (July 1, 2010)