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Dolce Cafe & Gelateria Churns Traditional Italian Treats

Crossing over Hempstead Turnpike headed south on Franklin Avenue into Franklin Square, you’re greeted for the most part by blue collar storefronts featuring a certain and undeniable air of industrial manufacturing. But that slate of...

Press 195 Rules The World Of Sandwiches And Beyond

Press 195 calls itself “the Sandwich Kings since 2002,” and a return trip to the restaurant’s Rockville Centre location reaffirms their claim to the throne. Known for pressed sandwiches stuffed with flavorful meats, fresh veggies, and...

Chef Michael Meehan Returns To Oyster Bay With River Road American Bistro

Mill River Road, the long and winding road that splits from Northern Boulevard just south of Oyster Bay, is one of those quintessential tree-lined stretches on Long Island’s North Shore: There are times you aren’t...

Belly Up: Elsie Lane Elevates The Bar Scene

In the storied tradition of dive bars, Long Island has seen more than its fair share. But apart from a few legendary local spots, the majority of our watering holes aren’t particularly noteworthy. And though...

Smok-haus Fires Up Pit Barbecue

If the first individual to put flame to meat is a hero, then whomever first put smoke to meat is a saint. Such is the sentiment washing over Smok-haus, the barbecue shack/chic eatery/comforting sanctuary that opened...

Top Hat Brings The Bayou To Bellmore

Louisiana cuisine exists in a world of striking descriptors—it’s a world of alligators and mud bugs, of dark roux and Fat Tuesdays, of Cajun spice and rich flavors. It’s a food native to the south...
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