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Vintage Bar & Grill

One hit at Vintage Bar & Grill is

One hit at Vintage Bar & Grill is a dainty dish of pan-seared scallops atop a cauliflower puree punctuated with asparagus and shiitake mushrooms. (Dec. 8, 2012) Photo Credit: Johnny Simon

Vintage Bar & Grill looks like a keeper. Chef-owner Michael Cacaro's Jericho venture plays down the steak and fills out the menu with crowd-pleasing dishes cherry-picked from Italian, New American and Asian-fusion menus.

Vintage Bar & Grill in Jericho. (Dec. 8,
Photo Credit: Johnny Simon

Vintage Bar & Grill in Jericho. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Vintage Bar & Grill's decor is winning, a
Photo Credit: Johnny Simon

Vintage Bar & Grill's decor is winning, a mashup of crystal chandeliers, pony-skin upholstery and faux-finish wall panels. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Vintage Bar & Grill in Jericho offers two
Photo Credit: Johnny Simon

Vintage Bar & Grill in Jericho offers two intimately lit dining rooms. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Vintage Bar & Grill's lively bar area. (Dec.
Photo Credit: Johnny Simon

Vintage Bar & Grill's lively bar area. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Vintage Bar & Grill has a vault for
Photo Credit: Johnny Simon

Vintage Bar & Grill has a vault for its wine collection. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Chef-owner Michael Cacaro, center, knows the local dining
Photo Credit: Johnny Simon

Chef-owner Michael Cacaro, center, knows the local dining landscape. In 1979, his family opened Manero's steakhouse (later, Fulton & Prime) in Syosset and, since 2001, he and his wife Victoria have operated Vintage Prime Steak House in St. James. (Dec. 8, 2012)

One hit at Vintage Bar & Grill is
Photo Credit: Johnny Simon

One hit at Vintage Bar & Grill is a dainty dish of pan-seared scallops atop a cauliflower puree punctuated with asparagus and shiitake mushrooms. (Dec. 8, 2012)

Among the expertly grilled steaks and chops is
Photo Credit: Johnny Simon

Among the expertly grilled steaks and chops is a rosy pink veal chop. (Dec. 8, 2012)

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