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Huntington Station

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.

New York City

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."

Woodbury

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.

East Hampton

New Eats in East Hampton

Fresno is one of East Hampton's best kept secrets.

Long Island

A Midsummer's Night Drink

To drink or not to drink? That’s hardly a question, especially with cocktails like this!

Greenvale

Lo-Cal Kitchen is Changing the Way People Eat

“To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art.”

Oyster Bay

REVIEW: 2 Spring

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

Huntington

Celebrate Summer at Jonathan’s Ristorante

August is here, but have no fear. Jonathan’s Ristorante is keeping the summer going strong with some fresh additions and renovations!

Huntington

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.

Watermill

Culaccino: Now Serving!

Tucked away in the Water Mill Square is one of the hottest new restaurants to hit the Hamptons this season - Culaccino.