Although bars are fun any time of year, summer is just different. The weather is warmer, the days are longer and the drinks are colder. So really, what more can you ask for? Not to mention, during the summer, visiting watering holes in seaside towns like Long Beach is practically a Long Island tradition. Here are a few of the best Long Beach bars for summer (or really any time of year)!
Now that it’s officially May, Memorial Day Weekend 2019, the unofficial beginning of summer, is just a few short weeks away. If you’re looking to spend the weekend and extra day off hitting the beach, hanging with family or just partying, you’ve come to the right place. Check out our list of the best, most fun events and activities of the entire holiday weekend.
Although Cinco de Mayo isn’t an American holiday, that doesn’t stop people from celebrating like it is. Right here on Long Island, there will be many bars and restaurants throwing Cinco de Mayo parties of their own. Therefore, if you’re looking to enjoy the holiday in style, check out one of these exciting events in our area.
For the second straight year, Majors golf is headed back to Long Island for the 2019 PGA Championship. Taking place at Bethpage State Park, the tournament will feature the world’s best players as they compete for one of the game’s top prizes. If you’re looking to attend between May 13 and 19, here is everything that you need to know about this world-class sporting event.
On a place like Long Island, brunch is one of the most tried-and-true traditions of the weekend. Not that people need another excuse for it, but Easter Sunday presents an excellent opportunity for celebratory brunching. So grab your friends and family and head out to one of these fantastic Easter brunch spots in the area.
In most towns and neighborhoods, you usually know what kind of bars to expect. However, in a place like Wantagh, there are watering holes for every type of drinker, from Irish pubs to cocktail lounges and All-American taprooms. So, if you find yourself on the South Shore in the near future, these fun, welcoming Wantagh bars are always good for a drink or two.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re Irish or not, everyone is welcome to celebrate on St. Patrick’s Day. In fact, that’s especially true in a place like New York City, which is home to the biggest annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade in the world. Therefore, if you’re looking for the quintessential St. Patty’s Day activity in NYC, this is it.
Every year around this time, schoolchildren everywhere get off for the entirety of Presidents’ Week. Therefore, parents will need a few fun and exciting ideas to keep their kids occupied while school isn’t in session. So, to get your kids up and out of the house, check out this list of the top winter break activities that will keep them busy all week long.
Chances are, if you’re not going to a bar or restaurant for the Super Bowl, you are attending or hosting a party. If this sounds like you, then you will need some delicious grub for all of the guests. Luckily, we here at All Island have compiled some of our favorite (simple) Super Bowl recipes that even the most inexperienced of chefs can perfect.
Every February, thousands of eager Long Islanders brave low temperatures to run into the ice-cold ocean in Long Beach. But, don’t worry, they’re not crazy—it’s for a good cause. This Polar Bear Plunge charity event is commonly referred to as the Annual Super Bowl Splash. Read on to learn about this important cause that benefits Make-A-Wish Metro New York.