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Brownstones

Breakfast food at brownstones include omelets and frittatas.

Breakfast food at brownstones include omelets and frittatas. A big hit, named "As the Romans do," features eggs baked with diced potatoes, prosciutto, fresh basil and shaved Parmesan. Lunchtime, the panino-and-soup combo might feature a bright and briny Manhattan clam chowder, along with half a grill-pressed sandwich. A fine choice is the flatbread 9th Street panino - grill-pressed ciabatta enclosing juicy, lemon-herb-grilled chicken breast, Fontina cheese and sauteed broccoli rabe. There also are burgers and salads. (Mar. 15, 2011) Photo Credit: Doug Young

Brownstones is in Amityville.

Brownstones in Amityville is a popular breakfast and
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Brownstones in Amityville is a popular breakfast and lunch spot with charming decor. (Mar. 15, 2011)

What used to be just a coffeehouse has
Photo Credit: Doug Young

What used to be just a coffeehouse has been remodeled as a proper table-service brownstones. It has clever decor (one wall is done up to resemble the front of a 1930s theater) as well as a full breakfast and lunch menu. (Mar. 15, 2011)

A server is busy on her feet at
Photo Credit: Doug Young

A server is busy on her feet at Brownstones, a popular breakfast and lunch spot in Amityville. (Mar. 15, 2011)

Brownstones is a popular breakfast and lunch spot
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Brownstones is a popular breakfast and lunch spot in Amityville. (Mar. 15, 2011)

Breakfast food at brownstones include omelets and frittatas.
Photo Credit: Doug Young

Breakfast food at brownstones include omelets and frittatas. A big hit, named "As the Romans do," features eggs baked with diced potatoes, prosciutto, fresh basil and shaved Parmesan. Lunchtime, the panino-and-soup combo might feature a bright and briny Manhattan clam chowder, along with half a grill-pressed sandwich. A fine choice is the flatbread 9th Street panino - grill-pressed ciabatta enclosing juicy, lemon-herb-grilled chicken breast, Fontina cheese and sauteed broccoli rabe. There also are burgers and salads. (Mar. 15, 2011)

From left, chef Larry Gentile and owner Manny
Photo Credit: Doug Young

From left, chef Larry Gentile and owner Manny Kourounis share a laugh behind the coffee counter at Brownstones, a popular breakfast and lunch spot in Amityville. (Mar. 15, 2011)

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