View in Oakdale is one of Long Island's best waterfront restaurants, with food that matches its location overlooking Great South Bay.

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A terrific bucatini with littlenecks and cockles, sparked peperoncino and given added texture with toasted breadcrumbs, is served at View in Oakdale.

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Diners enjoy the waterfront as well as the food at View in Oakdale, on the land of the former Vanderbilt estate.

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Patrons dine on the back deck, overlooking the Connetquot River, at View in Oakdale.

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A musician entertains patrons with the steel drum on the back deck of View, overlooking the Connetquot River in Oakdale.

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The bar in the Grill Room serves vivid scenery to go with spirited wines and cocktails at View in Oakdale. 

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Lobster salad is served on a buttered and toasted top-sliced bun at View in Oakdale. 

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Rosy yellowfin tuna a la plancha with forbidden rice is served atop a coconut-curry emulsion at View in Oakdale.

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Savory jumbo lump crab cakes with mango salsa and Meyer lemon aioli are a meaty appetizer at View in Oakdale.

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Executive Chef William Munzio, General Manager Joseph Scalice and Chef de Cuisine Kieth McConnell in the dining room of View in Oakdale.

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