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Need Northport Recs.

Not to confuse matters, but highly recommended in nearby Greenlawn (though sadly lacking in oysters) is Old Fields.

http://long-island.newsday.com/restau...

about 8 hours ago
emarcus in New York State (exc. NYC)

Need Northport Recs.

Congratulations! Great food not so easy in Northport. I think Coll is referring to Mill Pond House, gorgeously situated, food not quite up to the view since chef Antonato departed. There's Rockin Fish, more casual, probably mobbed on a Friday night, but specializing in oysters so there's that...

about 9 hours ago
emarcus in New York State (exc. NYC)

Peruvian Chicken in Patchouge

I think it's Los Andes, branch of a well-regarded Peruvian in Deer Park. Details:
http://long-island.newsday.com/restau...

Caci in Southold??? Anyone been??

Rehearsal Dinner for 30-40 Babylon area

Three restaurants come to mind, all owned by Bohlsen restaurant group, all large and well appointed, well equipped to handle a party, none of them cheap: Monsoon in Babylon is modern Asian fusion, Tellers in Islip lovely steakhouse in old bank building, Verace in Islip modern Italian.

Rehearsal Dinner for 30-40 Babylon area

I wouldn't call ten days from now plenty of time but can you give an idea of your budget, needs (private room?) and taste in terms of cuisine?

Lunch spot on North Fork this coming Friday

As far as I know, Taylor Knapp is still at the helm at First & South...

Long Island Gyros

Doesn't a real gyro use a column of actual pieces of meat, stacked on top of one another and not a log? Gastronomos?

Lombardi's comes to Mattituck

Good pizza in Greenport at 1943 Pizza Bar, though the off-season hours may be a bit hinky...

Lombardi's comes to Mattituck

The place is lovely and lively. Not as rarified as Love Lane Market was under Mike Avella, but offering everything a good Long Island Italian grocer should, including fresh mozzarella made every morning.

Looking for really good food for Kings Point parents weekend

Let us know how it goes. Also recommended in Great Neck: Kensington Deli, real, old-school kosher-style deli.

Looking for really good food for Kings Point parents weekend

It's Long Island. Portions are never small. Lola has small plates but also plenty of regular-sized entrees and one fantastic Hudson Valley whole duck for two with cabbage, Brussels sprouts and truffled polenta which you can also have topped with foie gras. (Restaurant owner also owns Hudson Valley Foie Gras.)

Cafe Sport (Portuguese in Williston Park, Long Island)

The Great Food Truck Derby 2014 - Bridgehampton

Mid-day train to Georgia?

Mastic recs

Coll, what exactly at Frank's is as good as in the city? Thanks.

HELP!!!! Does anyone know where I can get great TEX-MEX? [Long Island]

I'm confused, Hungryman8. The list of sins committed by Long Island restaurants is long, but it does *not* include Americanized "Mexican" restaurants failing to deploy vast quantities of whole-milk cheese and full-fat sour cream. Which specific places have you been to where they skimped on fake cheese?

It's ALL Greek to me in Nassau County and Western Suffolk

I truly am curious to hear what you think! Fingers crossed (for all of us)!

It's ALL Greek to me in Nassau County and Western Suffolk

Gastronomos, my failure to personally alert you should not be taken as a reflection on Nissos. I confess that I have yet to understand exactly what it is you are looking for in a Greek restaurant, but based on my visit on the very first day it was open, it looked serious about fresh whole fish and other simple, non-Americanized Greek standards. No gyro, no lettuce in the horiatiki, etc. It's no Onera--but then again there aren't too many Oneras in Greece...

East End ...local whitefish?

Aha! Both menus list "white fish," not "whitefish," so it very well might be a generic term for whatever, well, white fish they have on that day. Why not get the server to ask the chef?

East End ...local whitefish?

Well there is a fish called "whitefish" but it's a fresh-water fish (and essential for gefilte fish). Which restaurants were serving it?

HELP!!!! Does anyone know where I can get great TEX-MEX? [Long Island]

Tell me you are not talking about Aunt Chiladas. That is not authentic Mexican food in any way shape or form. (Not that you don't have the right to seek Tex Mex, and good luck to you on your quest.)

Pies in Orient, Long Island

They're sending them out from Brooklyn.

Long Island Ice Cream Spots?

Sorry, they sell their own milk but I believe it is vat-pasteurized.

Long Island Ice Cream Spots?

Goodale supposedly makes ice cream from its own milk but they don't have all that many cows and the cows they have must suffice for the raw milk, butter and cheese that Goodale sells. Virtually every ice cream shop on LI that makes its own uses a mix from Panza (or some supplier like Panza) with three exceptions that I know of: Joe & Liza in Sag Harbor have a custom blend from, I think, the Hudson Valley. Wolfies Custard in Northport has a custom blend and so does Herrell's in Huntington. These are three of the very best ice creams on Long Island.

HELP!!!! Does anyone know where I can get great TEX-MEX? [Long Island]

I've been to that place, Mesquite Tex Mex Grill. Had a few very good tacos. I'd say it was a blend of Tex Mex and Mexican. They also have a proper restaurant in Sound Beach: http://www.therestaurantsweb.com/mesq...

Fairway finally opening in Lake Grove

Oh whoops, you got there first! Sorry.

Fairway finally opening in Lake Grove

I was only talking about Suffolk. There's a very nice shop in Locust Valley called Curds & Whey with a good cheese selection.

Fairway finally opening in Lake Grove

mcf, if you don't shop at Ideal, who will? Give'em a try. They make their own ricotta and sell Georgio's coffee to boot.

BTW the fellow who runs Uncle Giuseppe's cheese operation, Steve, is usually at the Smithtown store and he's very good. Also worth checking out in Suffolk, C'est Cheese in Port Jefferson and American Cheese in Sayville.

Little Neck Shanghai and Taiwanese Cuisine Soup Dumpling restaurant

They were not spicy. But they were delicious. Hmm. I'm going to try to upload a photo. Stay tuned.

Jul 09, 2014
emarcus in Outer Boroughs

Little Neck Shanghai and Taiwanese Cuisine Soup Dumpling restaurant

This may be behind our paywall, but here goes:
http://long-island.newsday.com/restau...

Jul 09, 2014
emarcus in Outer Boroughs