One North Mediterranean Soul in Jericho may be the splashiest Long Island restaurant opening in a decade, with soaring rooms, a mozzarella bar, and seats for 400 diners — as well as a sprawling menu focused on fresh fish flown in several times per week.

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Kataifi pastry topped with whipped Greek yogurt, fresh berries, candied almond brittle and wildflower honey at One North Mediterranean Soul in Jericho.

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One North Mediterranean Soul in Jericho started serving in November.

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Patrons gather around the bustling oval-shaped bar of One North Mediterranean Soul in Jericho.

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Patrons sip wine and dine at the mozzarella and wine bar at One North Mediterranean Soul in Jericho.

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Bartender Brittany Amlinger serves drinks from behind One North Mediterranean Soul's mozzarella and wine bar, one of two bars in the Jericho restaurant. Mozzarella and burrata are imported from Italy, and some of the wine is on tap.

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Anthony Scotto poses for a portrait in the dining room of his restaurant One North Mediterranean Soul in Jericho.

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Imported Carabineros shrimp, served with a shot glass of sherry, is one of the specials that's been served at One North Mediterranean Soul in Jericho.

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Burrata al Tartufo, or burrata topped with black truffles, is one of the dishes made at the mozzarella bar at One North Mediterranean Soul in Jericho.

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Cioppino with lobster, scallops, shrimp, and cockles with baby potatoes, pancetta, tomato and garlic confit at One North Mediterranean Soul in Jericho.

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Whole chargrilled black sea bass served is deboned, showered with herbs and capers, and served with lemon and olive oil at One North Mediterranean Soul in Jericho.

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