Well, it’s the most wonderful time of the year again. That means tons of Christmas events are popping up all over Long Island. However, no activity is more quintessentially holidays than Breakfast with Santa. In fact, here are a few opportunities to bring your children to meet Kris Kringle this holiday season.
Here on Long Island, especially in Nassau County, there are plenty of tasty restaurants and eateries on almost every corner. However, Suffolk has also been known to have their fair share of delicious places to enjoy a meal. And no Suffolk neighborhood is more widely known for their food scene than Babylon. So, if you find yourself in the area, you can’t go wrong with any of these Babylon Village restaurants.
Ever wanted to try a new restaurant but haven’t found the right time to go? Or maybe it was a bit out of your price range? Well here’s your chance to try all of these new places. From November 3 - November 10 is Long Island Restaurant Week 2019. All restaurants participating will be offering a Three Course Prix Fixe menu for $29.95, all night, every night during the 8-day span of restaurant week.
Whether you’re there for the perfect Instagram or just a delicious mid-morning meal, everyone loves brunch. This time-honored weekend tradition has even come to include bottomless alcoholic drinks, like Mimosas, Bloody Marys and more. If you’re looking try this trend first-hand, check out some of our favorite bottomless brunch spots on Long Island for the best food and drinks around.
Although New York City is known for having some of the best theatre and performing arts, Long Island’s arts scene is also worth noting. You don’t need to venture all the way into New York City to see a play, there are plenty of playhouses on Long Island where you can enjoy some high-quality entertainment. Here is a list of some places where you can see the best plays on Long Island.
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.
It’s almost that time of year again! The time when everyone bleeds red, white and blue and American flags are being flown all over the country. It’s the Fourth of July, a day in which all Americans celebrate the freedom achieved 243 years ago. Here’s a list of 4th of July parties to attend to show your patriotism and celebrate your independence.
Every summer, music festivals with big-time musicians and bands from around the globe are a dime a dozen—and our area is no exception. Sure, NYC hosts huge concerts all of the time, but Long Island is also home to one of the summer’s biggest musical events, the Great South Bay Music Festival 2019. This four-day festival is full of good music, solid local grub and good times all around.
Now that summer is officially here, all of the amazing waterside eateries in our area are open for business. Fortunately, Long Island has plenty of restaurants with scenic maritime views on each shore, from Montauk to Manhattan. So, if you’re looking for a place to enjoy a delicious meal with excellent views to match, here are some of our favorite waterfront restaurants on Long Island.
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.