The Poll brothers' first restaurant in Suffolk, The Bryant in Huntington Station, is a big, carefully designed, party of a restaurant that gives you a taste of their six other hits.

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The namesake burger is finished with Maytag blue cheese, arugula and onion bacon jam at The Bryant in Huntington Station.

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The Bryant rose on the former site of a TGI Fridays in Huntington Station.

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Diners at The Bryant in Huntington Station.

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The Bryant in Huntington Station has attracted crowds since day one, filling more than 200 seats.

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A busy bar contributes to the buoyant mood at The Bryant in Huntington Station.

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The 14-oz. prime sirloin highlights the steaks at The Bryant in Huntington Station.

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The generous chicken Parmigiana is a top version of this Long Island favorite at The Bryant in Huntington Station.

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Onion soup gratinee will brace you for the rest of winter at The Bryant in Huntington Station.

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Co-owner George Poll with staff in the kitchen of The Bryant in Huntington Station.

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