There’s no better way to fully experience the stunning, scenic New York coastline than by setting sail on one of the many spectacular Long Island cruises. Besides, it’s good to get away from the hustle and bustle and surround yourself with cool breezes, calm waters and good times.
Long Island is home to some of the best eats in the entire state, especially in a local town like Mineola. In fact, from mouthwatering Southern barbeque to an authentic Portuguese churrascaria, these are the three of the best Mineola restaurants for a delicious meal.
Some of comedy’s biggest stars, like Jerry Seinfeld and Rodney Dangerfield, hail from Long Island, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the area is also home to a few legendary comedy clubs. Besides, these days, you don’t need to be in Manhattan to see comedy’s top performers. All of the funniest comedians make their way to these hilarious Long Island comedy clubs.
It’s no surprise that Fire Island has some of the most gorgeous, pristine beaches on all of Long Island. But, did you know that it’s also home to a flourishing food scene? Some of the top chefs and restauranteurs have decided to take their talents to this beach-bum paradise for their own spin on some local favorites. So, next time you’re in the area and searching for a great meal, visit one of these tasty Fire Island restaurants.
Long Islanders have become spoiled with how many quality vineyards and wineries are located nearby. Besides Napa Valley, Long Island wine country has slowly been making a name for itself with vineyards like Macari and Jamesport. In fact, the East End has become one of the most recognizable regions in the entire country because of its out-of-this-world wines.
At its core, Cinco de Mayo is a Mexican national holiday that commemorates the unlikely victory at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Although the date carries plenty of historical significance, many people choose to celebrate with delicious Mexican fare and beverages, especially here in America. So, if you’re looking for plans for Cinco de Mayo 2018, check out these three delicious local eateries.
Typically, when you think of quintessential New York eats, Manhattan always comes to mind. However, most people aren’t aware that Long Island also has a thriving food scene that’s just as good as, if not better than, its big city neighbor. You can even try out all of these fantastic eateries and bistros for a reduced price during LI Restaurant Week, which takes place from April 22-29.
Aside from several other delicious restaurants and eateries, Long Island is also home to a bunch of terrific burger joints. To whet your appetite, we have compiled a definitive list of the best burgers on Long Island.
Easter Sunday, which takes place on April 1, is a little more than a week away. If you haven’t made your brunch or dinner reservations yet, consider dining at one of these three delicious eateries in our area.
The origins of St. Patrick’s Day may be rooted in the Emerald Isle, but you don’t need to be Irish to celebrate this fun-loving holiday. Luckily, March 17 is on a Saturday this year, so you can expect all of the typical watering holes to be full to the brim with pints of Guinness and a whole lot of green. These three Long Island St. Patrick’s Day bars will certainly be no exception.