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.
Since Long Island is home to so many delicious restaurants, practically every town has its fair share of delicious eateries. Therefore, it’s no surprise that Carle Place has more than a few quality places to enjoy a meal. So, without further ado, here are a few of our favorite Carle Place restaurants!
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.
This month, Long Island schools will shut down for a week of spring break. That means that your children will be out of school and looking for things to do. So, if your family is planning to stay local and you’re searching for fun spring break activities, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some fun events and happenings to keep everyone busy during the time off!
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.
Luckily, when you live in a place with so many amazing live music venues like New York, global musicians and bands are always performing. That’s especially true during the spring and summer when the weather is nice and the outdoor venues open back up. So, if you’re looking to catch some live music in the area, head to one of these fantastic New York concerts.
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.
The mall is a hallmark of American shopping. Whenever you need clothing, goods or even a bite to eat, you go to a mall. Luckily, Long Island is home to several convenient malls and shopping centers to choose from. From department stores to high-end luxury brands, these three Long Island malls have everything you might possibly need and more.
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.
Sometimes, after a late night out on the town, you just need a solid meal to satisfy your hunger and get you back on track. Other times, maybe you’re just hungry and the fast food drive-thru won’t cut it! Either way, Long Island is home to a wide variety of late night restaurants for every taste.