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Amarelle in Wading River

Amarelle in Wading River serves contemporary American food

Amarelle in Wading River serves contemporary American food with an emphasis on locally produced vegetables and meats. (Aug. 28, 2009) Photo Credit: John Griffin

Amarelle in Wading River

Amarelle in Wading River serves contemporary American food
Photo Credit: John Griffin

Amarelle in Wading River serves contemporary American food with an emphasis on locally produced vegetables and meats. (Aug. 28, 2009)

Business cards sit at the front desk of
Photo Credit: John Griffin

Business cards sit at the front desk of Amarelle, a restaurant in Wading River. (Aug. 28, 2009)

A bowl of cherries sits on display at
Photo Credit: John Griffin

A bowl of cherries sits on display at Amarelle. (Aug. 28, 2009)

The main dining room at Amarelle, a restaurant
Photo Credit: John Griffin

The main dining room at Amarelle, a restaurant in Wading River, has a high, stone fireplace in its center. (Aug. 28, 2009)

The interior of the dining room at Amarelle,
Photo Credit: John Griffin

The interior of the dining room at Amarelle, a restaurant in Wading River, has beamed ceilings and a high, stone fireplace. (Aug. 28, 2009)

The interior at Amarelle, a restaurant in Wading
Photo Credit: John Griffin

The interior at Amarelle, a restaurant in Wading River, has arches and a stone fireplace in one of the dining rooms. (Aug. 28, 2009)

A waitress serves food at Amarelle. The eatery
Photo Credit: John Griffin

A waitress serves food at Amarelle. The eatery serves "contemporary country cuisine" from Kobe beef and local duck to toasted macaroni and cheese. (Aug. 28, 2009)

Grilled watermelon salad and lobster cocktail is served
Photo Credit: John Griffin

Grilled watermelon salad and lobster cocktail is served at Amarelle. The restaurant is at 2028 N. Country Rd., Wading River; 631-886-2242. (Aug. 28, 2009)

Waygu Kobe filet of rib eye is one
Photo Credit: John Griffin

Waygu Kobe filet of rib eye is one of the entrees at Amarelle in Wading River. (Aug. 28, 2009)

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