The dining room of B.K. Sweeney's Parkside Tavern in Bethpage,...

The dining room of B.K. Sweeney's Parkside Tavern in Bethpage, on Oct. 30. Credit: Linda Rosier

The federal Restaurant Revitalization Fund awarded approximately $270 million to about 1,100 eating and drinking establishments in Nassau and Suffolk counties, according to a Newsday analysis of federal data.

That's just 12% of Long Island’s restaurants, bars and catering halls. (There are nearly 9,200 such establishments licensed by the county health departments.)

The average grant amount was $248,250. About 40 businesses received more than $1 million each, while nearly 500 got less than $100,000, according to data from the U.S. Small Business Administration, which Newsday obtained under the Freedom of Information Act. Search the data to see how much each received.

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