Long Island

Best Late Night Bites

It seems like fewer places than ever are open into the wee hours of the night. However, there are several spots where you can find a great late night meal. For everything from burgers and quesadillas to shellfish towers and steak, this is the list for you!

July 8, 2022 | What To Do

Long Island

Where to Catch Fireworks on Long Island

July Fourth commemorates the founding of the United States, free from the yoke of King George III. After enjoying a family barbecue or relaxing day on the beach, here are fireworks displays that will be taking place throughout Long Island, along with great restaurant close to the action.

June 29, 2022 | What To Do

Long Island

New LI Restaurant To Check Out

Sometimes, you need something new. While it’s always great visiting tried-and-true restaurants, dining at new spots and adding to your rotation is equally as rewarding. Here are five Long Island restaurants that debuted in the last few weeks.

June 23, 2022 | What To Do

Long Island

LI Restaurants Serving Delicious Mocktails

Believe it or not, sometimes the best-tasting drink at a bar is non-alcoholic! Even better, you can imbibe as much as you please and not wake up with a hangover the next morning! Bartenders throughout Long Island have concocted complex and delicious mocktails that hold their own against many classic drinks. Gather your friends, because it’s time to go on a dry bar crawl!

June 20, 2022 | What To Do

Long Island

Father's Day Specials on Long Island

You haven’t forgotten that Father’s Day is this Sunday, right? We can’t guarantee that your gift will come in time if you haven’t ordered it yet, but we can guarantee that these restaurants will put a smile on his face. Here are three Long Island restaurants (and one non-restaurant) offering food deals for Father’s Day.

June 16, 2022 | What To Do

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New Owners, Menu and Decor at Springs Tavern And Grill

June 13, 2022 | What To Do

Long Island

Best Spots to Sip Rosé on LI!

Today is National Rosé Day! Rosé might be the oldest type of wine, dating as far back as 600 BC. The pink drink is produced similarly to red wines, except the time that it ferments with grape skin is cut shorter. This is what gives it its lighter hue. Rosé is the signature drink of the summer, so here are our four favorite spots to savor a glass.

June 10, 2022 | What To Do

Long Island

The Best Breweries on Long Island

Long Island is blessed with a bevy of local brewers. There are over thirty across Long Island, from Oyster Bay to Montauk, offering beer lovers a place to tour the distillery and learn about the making of malt, sample artisanal and seasonal beers, and of course, get their buzz on! Here are four great breweries to visit on Long Island.

June 8, 2022 | What To Do

Long Island

Great L.I. Farm To Table Restaurants

Did you know that approximately 30% of greenhouse gas emissions in the world come from the food industry and 40% of the methane gas released into the atmosphere comes from farm animals. Although society will have to take many, giant steps in order to reverse these trends, one small thing each one of us can do right now is choose to dine at eco-friendly restaurants. Here are four sustainable farm-to-table eateries on Long Island, that don’t sacrifice any of the deliciousness.

June 3, 2022 | What To Do

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