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Restaurants To Try During Winter Long Island Restaurant Week

Winter Long Island Restaurant Week is just around the bend, and great deals at restaurant are snowing down! The promotion, which is dedicated to helping local restaurants during a slower time of the year in the mid-winter, will be taking place January 29th to February 5th. Participating restaurants are offering a two-course lunch prix fixe menu for $22 and three-course dinner prix fixe for $27/$37/$44. Here are six noteworthy participants that we highly recommend trying during restaurant week!

Lombardi's on the Bay

Credit: Lombardi's on the Bay

The New York Times proclaimed that at Lombardi’s on the Bay, “the food is as good as the views.” Experience for yourself the Lombardi family's tradition of fine cuisine and excellent service. Whether dining in our restaurant, enjoying a catered event in our banquet hall, or having your dream wedding, Lombardi’s on the Bay is your choice for perfection and class. Lombardi’s on the Bay is offering a three-course dinner prix fixe menu for $37 during Winter Long Island Restaurant Week.

Salt & Barrel

Credit: Salt & Barrel

Salt & Barrel is a modern oyster bar (with a hip vibe). The beloved Bay Shore establishment pays homage to the history of the seafaring community, by fusing the tradition of the past with the novelty of the future. Belly up at the raw bar to learn how to shuck an oyster or sample a flight from the bourbon library during Winter Long Island Restaurant Week, when they will be offering a three-course dinner prix fixe menu for $44!

Shandon Court

Credit: Shandon Court

Shandon Court routinely wins awards on Long Island for its terrific continental cuisine. The Irish restaurant prides itself on creating a memorable experience for you to celebrate milestones with those you care about. Additionally, Shandon Court caters for all different kinds of events, hosts weddings and often showcases live music and other fun events! It will be offering a three-course dinner prix fixe for $37 this restaurant week.

Thom Thom Steak & Sushi

Credit: Thom Thom Steak & Sushi

From dinner to drinks, Thom Thom Steak & Seafood has you covered for every occasion (it even has seasonal menus). Favorites include any of their sushi starters (such as the ahi tuna tartare), steaks (including the rack of lamb and porterhouse) and seafood entrees. All yours to savor in the Wantagh staple's stylishly casual dining room, along with contemporary cocktails, decadent desserts and just-right service during Winter Long Island Restaurant Week, January 29th to February 5th!


Credit: Nomiya

Nomiya, which translates to “saloon,” is the first izakaya restaurant in the Garden City area. Inspired by the Japanese philosophy of minimalism, the interior of Nomiya is split between a hickory-accented bar and a windowed dining room framed by black granite walls. Signature rolls include the locally-sourced Suffolk Roll, a kani and cucumber roll topped with torched yellowtail belly and a seven-spice shichimi sauce, and the smoky Nomiya Roll, a tuna asparagus maki garnished with spicy lobster which arrives tableside billowing sesame-scented “dragon’s breath.” There’s no better Japanese restaurant on Long Island; enjoy Nomiya’s two-course lunch menu for $22 and three-course dinner menu for $44.


Credit: Arlo

Arlo in Northport offers a multi-level dining experience with an open kitchen, two bars and magnificent outdoor patio. The well rounded menu features appetizers, salads, fresh raw bar, fresh pasta, wild caught seafood and prime steaks. And for wine lovers, Arlo boasts hundreds of selections by the bottle and dozens by the glass, from varieties around the world. The cocktail program was designed by some of the top mixologists on Long Island, with a menu to impress. Arlo is serving a three-course dinner prix fixe menu for $44.

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