With the cold weather moving in, the amount of activities and events that you can enjoy on Long Island are limited. So, if you’re looking for a venue to host a birthday party, corporate team building event or just a weekend family outing, it can be tricky to find the right place… until now. Have you heard about the new craze called escape rooms? If not, here’s a full explanation along with two of the best venues to experience it on Long Island.
If you’ve spent any time on Long Island, you should be familiar with all of the tasty restaurants and eateries that can be found here. Towns like Rockville Centre and Garden City usually receive all of the praise for their food scenes; however, Island Park restaurants are also some of the best, most delicious places to grab a meal in our area. So, if you’re looking to dine out at a popular local bistro, here are a few great options.
Throughout the month of October, there are tons thrilling events that celebrate the most frightening holiday of all, Halloween. So, to help you figure out how to best spend Halloween in New York, we’ve compiled a list of some of the marquee parties and haunted houses that you can’t miss. Just make sure your costume is all set and ready to go!
When it comes to art museums in New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Modern Museum of Art in Manhattan are usually the first two that come to mind. Of course, they are among the most famous in the world, but Long Island is actually home to a few incredible galleries and museums with plenty of pieces on par with their big city competitors. So, without further ado, here are some of the absolute best Long Island art galleries.
During the fall, Long Islanders are accustomed to spending their weekends at some of the best, most bountiful apple picking orchards in our area. Besides apples, many of them even have pumpkin patches and farm stands with tons of delicious seasonal treats. If you’re interested in picking some of your own apples this harvest, be sure to visit these delightful farms and orchards.
During the fall and winter, it can get a little harder to choose the perfect vacation destination for you and your family or friends. Of course, there are plenty of amazing beach towns, but they just aren’t the same during the off-season. So, to that end, All Island has compiled a list of the best vacation spots that you’ve never heard of, but are going to want to visit immediately!
It’s no secret that Long Island is home to some of New York’s finest eateries. After New York City became one of the world’s gastronomic hubs, a few extraordinarily talented chefs brought their unique visions to Long Island, bringing about a culinary revolution of sorts to the region. Towns like Bellmore are especially where you can try these places first-hand. If you’re in the area, make sure to grab a bite from one of these Bellmore restaurants.
As the summer winds down, families across Long Island will be tasked with finding other activities to enjoy until the warm, sunny weather returns. One unique option that most people don’t think of is laser tag! Although you may have only visited them for birthday parties, Long Island laser tag arenas are a fun, family-friendly activity that all ages will enjoy!
For many of us, Labor Day is the unofficial end of the summer season. Since everyone has Monday off and many children are back in the full swing of school immediately after, Labor Day Weekend is usually packed with fun events and activities from start to finish, especially on Long Island. So, if you’re looking for the perfect way to spend the holiday with your family and friends, here are a few worthy options for you to choose from.
The South Shore of Long Island has forever been known for their picturesque bayside views and charming restaurants. Towns like Oceanside have become hotbeds for ambitious master chefs and restaurateurs looking to stand out from the crowd of amazing Long Island eateries. Head out to these Oceanside restaurants to try these incredible cuisines in-person.