Because we live on Long Island, we’re completely surrounded by water on all sides. Combine this with the fact that Long Island also has a vibrant, world class food scene and you’ll soon discover the endless number of delicious waterfront restaurants. Here are a few of our favorite places nearby that are as tasty as they are scenic.
Summers around here are unbeatable, especially when you can spend them at one of many local Long Island parks that are just as beautiful as they are fun. Each has a wide range of exciting activities and amenities available, from swimming facilities to athletic fields and a ton of playgrounds! Here are a few of our favorites that you need to check out this summer.
Memorial Day isn’t until Monday, May 29. However, the whole weekend leading up to it is jam-packed with tons of amazing events and activities that the whole family will enjoy. Here are some Memorial Day Weekend events that are fun, local and properly honor the historic significance of the holiday.
Mother’s Day is coming up next week on Sunday, May 14. That means it’s about time to start making some plans that will show mom how much she means to you. Luckily, there are plenty of excellent Mother’s day brunch spots nearby for you to start the day off right!
Families on Long Island have a seemingly endless supply of options for activities and events that their children will enjoy. One reason being that all of the fantastic Long Island museums are just a short drive away. Here’s a few of our absolute favorites.
When people typically think of New York history, the city is most likely the first place that comes to mind. However, not many people know that Long Island has a storied history as well! If you would like to learn about our area’s past, check out these Long Island Historical Sites.
Whether you throw perfect strikes or can’t seem to get your ball out of the gutter, bowling is always an enjoyable time no matter how old you are. For an upcoming night out, grab your friends, reserve a couple of lanes and compete for bragging rights at these Long Island bowling alleys.
During the winter months, the bitter cold and snow can sometimes limit the activities or events that families can enjoy. However, here on Long Island, there are tons of fun things to do in winter that won’t break the bank.
Having reached 10,000 Facebook Likes, now is as good a time as any for All Island Transportation to express our appreciation for those who have used our services.
The autumn season is one of the best times to spend on Long Island. The crisp temperatures and the colorful foliage combine to make the perfect backdrop for any fall activity. Before winter, you’re going to want to spend as much time enjoying the outdoors as possible. Fortunately, there are several great outdoor Long Island Festivals this October. From Nassau to Suffolk, these fairs and festivals are the perfect place to spend a fall day.