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Over a year of hard work and major renovations have paid off, resulting in the lovely, intimate bar and restaurant, The Smith’s Modern. more
The term “craft,” when it comes to wine, generally refers to production in small batches, organic and earth-friendly techniques, and biodynamic practices. At Sip & Say Craft Wine & Spirits . . . more
Open since last January, Biggie Burgers is a dream-come-true for Bob Brooks, a retired Nassau County police officer. He incorporates much of what he remembers growing up in the 1960s . . . more
There is much to love about Kumamoto. Open only two months, this Asian bistro and lounge already runs seamlessly while offering . . . more
Tucked away in the industrial section of Mineola, housed in a small 1947 railroad car diner, is an eatery like no other on Long Island. more
When Fanyelle Mael, LMHC, CASAC, opened Woodmere Mental Health Counseling last year, she had a particular niche in mind. more
If you're looking to become a boxer or kickboxer (amateur or professional), burn fat and tone up, or enroll your child in a unique activity, Kayo Boxing is something to consider. more
Longtime customers of Happy Hostess — a go-to caterer that completes any meal or provides soup-to-nuts for any event — can relax. It’s back. more
Formerly the Long Beach Diner, Syrtaki Greek Restaurant Taverna is the newest creation of owner Theodore Agelis, who is originally from Greece. Since numerous diners grace the area . . . more
After a number of residents urged the city to install mats on the barrier island’s beaches so that those with mobility issues can easily access Long Beach’s iconic shoreline, the city last week released a plan to do just that. more
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