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REVIEW: Parea

How does the new Parea stand up to the recently closed Med Two? Read now to find out now!

REVIEW: Saigon Casa

"It started about two decades ago: a massive invasion of the American restaurant world by Asian eating places. But there was one relatively missing culinary representative. The absent cuisine was Vietnamese fare... Until now."

REVIEW: Master Chef

The new Master Chef is the most Chinese Restaurant on Long Island. Whether diners know it or not, stepping into this luxurious pricey Syosset spot is like stepping into China.

REVIEW: Radio Radio

“I believe that this is a restaurant of the time. Fine dining white table cloth places are fading while bistro style places are becoming popular.”

REVIEW: Old Fields Barbecue

"Although Huntingtonians can be understandably forgiven for feeling smug about their many dining choices, there have been few options for those seeking barbecue. That all changed recently when two BBQ restaurants opened in Huntington Village for the first time."

REVIEW: Kyma

"New" doesn't always mean "better", and no restaurant proves that more than the upscale Greek eatery, Kyma!

REVIEW: New Fu Run

"The 'New Fu Run' that advertises 'Authentic Chinese Cuisine' opened a branch in Great Neck a few months ago, bringing the real stuff to Long Island."

REVIEW: Demarchelier

"Unlike the restaurants that typically offer only escargot and onion soup with a standard American menu but claim to be French or those with French décor and that’s it, Demarchelier is the real thing."

REVIEW: Oniro

It’s new, it’s pretty, it’s loud and in English, it’s called Dream. Oniro opened in Woodbury this spring where many restaurants including Major’s Steak House had previously held forth.

REVIEW: Matteo's Trattoria & Bar

Matteo's in Huntington Station has remained true to its traditional, rustic roots, even as it transformed itself from a casual, typical Italian-American spot into a sophisticated, stylish destination restaurant.

REVIEW: 2 Spring

2 Spring is the hottest restaurant on Long Island. How hot, you ask?

REVIEW: Finley's Seafood

Huntington is one of the busiest restaurant destinations on Long Island, and Michael Meehan has to be the busiest chef in Huntington.

REVIEW: Tum Thai Restaurant

Thai cuisine is probably the most interesting multi-cultural food in the world and Tum Thai Restaurant that opened in Huntington Village at the beginning of the year well represents that diversity.

REVIEW: Sandbar


4 Plates

By: John DeMartino - CEO (Chief Eating Officer) of Food 'n Festivities

REVIEW: Piecraft Pizza Bar


3 Plates

By: John DeMartino - CEO (Chief Eating Officer) of Food 'n Festivities

REVIEW: That Meetball Place


2 1/2 Plates

By: John DeMartino - CEO (Chief Eating Officer) of Food 'n Festivities