The Shed in Huntington may not call itself a luncheonette, but it has all the hallmarks of a modern one, including a lively active bar.

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The Shed in Huntington, which opened in the space occupied by Abel-Conklin's for a quarter-century, is a charming and magnetic place.

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Bartender Julia Knorr serves drinks from behind the attractive bar at The Shed in Huntington.

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A chalkboard menu at The Shed in Huntington displays the specials of the day.

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Patrons dine in the neutral-toned, airy dining room at The Shed in Huntington.

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A burrata toast appetizer at The Shed in Huntington brings together cheese, chili berry jam and pea shoots. 

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An order of giant, flaky biscuits and thick chicken gravy makes a hearty side dish at The Shed in Huntington.

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A skillet mac-and-cheese is laced with bits of bacon, corn, slivered jalapenos and scallions at The Shed in Huntington.

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Eggs Benedict served with arugula, roasted tomatoes and avocado at The Shed in Huntington.

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At The Shed in Huntington, the hearty Reuben sandwich comes stacked with corned beef, melted Swiss, sauerkraut and "Shed sauce" on toasted, marbled rye. Pair it with an ornate Bloody Mary chock-full of veggies.  

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