Nothing screams summer like being able to spend your nights outside on the water. That’s why the nautical mile is the perfect place to unwind at after a long week. Stretching down the Woodcleft Canal in Freeport, this strip of bars has something for everyone. Enjoy this list of some of the best nautical mile bars to party the weekend away.
Nestled along the South Shore of Long Island, Malverne is a small, yet proud town with a rich tradition of great food. Just like many other neighboring towns, the village of Malverne is home to more solid restaurants than you can shake a stick at. Therefore, without further ado, check out our list of the most popular, delicious Malverne restaurants.
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)!
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.
Whether you prefer a cold beer at a sports bar or a fancy drink at a new cocktail spot, Long Island has tons of exciting bars to quench your thirst. Actually, towns like Garden City have plenty of fun watering holes. From dives and taverns to wine and cocktail bars, these are the three best Garden City bars to visit this winter, or really anytime.
With just a week left in 2018, it’s a good idea to start looking for the perfect New Year’s Eve venue to celebrate with family and friends. However, with so many places to choose from, it can be difficult to find the right one. Therefore, we’ve compiled a helpful guide to the top New Year’s Eve parties on Long Island. You won’t find many better places to begin 2019!
For most people, Long Island is known as a famous wine country with tons of world-class vineyards. However, sometimes it can be difficult to travel out east to all of the amazing wineries. Luckily, there are plenty of Long Island wine bars where you can find all kinds of local favorites and so much more.
As the first suburb in America, Levittown has been home to many different people, businesses and especially restaurants throughout the years. Inevitably, a bit of a food scene has developed in this sprawling neighborhood. If you’re unfamiliar with these elite eateries, check out this list that contains three of the top Levittown restaurants.
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.
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.