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Greggs Festive Bakeries Are Here And We’ve Already Clapped Them

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Festive season is definitely all about sparkle—from sequins to fizz—but it’s also about carbs. And mince pies aren’t the only tool for them. we have already sampled The best (and worst) new Christmas sandwiches but today is magic Monday, when Greggs launched their new Festive Cake and got so

Offering Trinidadian cuisine, Trini Bites shows up in Lynbrook

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Good parking has been responsible for more niche Long Island restaurants than you might imagine. Whether their background is Chinese, Nigerian, Thai, or Ecuadorian, local restaurant owners have realized that the move to Queens or Brooklyn, combined with the lack of parking when they get there, is a good

The Best (And Worst) Christmas Sandwiches for 2021

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Christmas Sandwich season is back and there are plenty of options to try this year. From classic flavors to new inventions, there truly is a sarnie for everyone. But as the HuffPost UK team knows all too well, not all festive sandwiches are created equal. The turkey can be

Taiwanese restaurant Eatery 19 opens in Syosset

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Long Island’s growing regional Chinese food scene has added another player: Eatery 19 in Syosset shines a light on Taiwanese cuisine. Taiwan’s cuisine is different not only because of its geography – an island off the coast of mainland China – but also because of its indigenous culture and

See how much COVID relief these Long Island restaurants and bars are receiving

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The Federal Restaurant Revitalization Fund has donated approximately $270 million to nearly 1,100 eating and drinking establishments in Nassau and Suffolk counties, according to a Newsday federal data analysis. That’s just 12% of the restaurants, bars, and dining halls on Long Island. (There are approximately 9,200 such establishments licensed

Long Island fare will feature on UBS Arena’s cooking show

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When the UBS Arena in Belmont Park opens on November 20, hungry fans will be able to savor a variety of Long Island-born flavors amongst the Elmont venue’s dozens of dining options. A Floral Park mainstay less than two miles away, Harrison provides cheeseburgers and fries at three outlets

Food pantry partnership uses ‘customer choice’ model to create grocery experience for the needy at North Fork

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The two pantries in Southold have combined their efforts to create a grocery-style pantry designed to give customers more choice in how they eat and help both establishments better serve those in need in the North Fork. The recently renamed Southold Center for Advocacy, Support and Transformation, or Southold

7 Disturbingly Clever Food Tricks You’ll Definitely Want to Try

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Who doesn’t love a good food trick? Yes, there is a traditional way to eat spaghetti, but why not add scissors to the mix? Open your mind and try something different, or even better? A writer recently went viral for the way he applied vinegar to his chips. His

Two new Long Island whiskey bars to visit this winter

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A father walks into a whiskey bar… do this six The dads break into a whiskey bar they started together in Port Jefferson and eventually hang a $14,000 bottle of bourbon on the wall. Heading south, at about the same time, two longtime friends opened a restaurant in Patchogue

King’s Chophouse opens on Bay Shore

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If martinis are medicine, it might make sense, at least to some, to have a doctor’s picture hanging behind the bar at King’s Chophouse, which has quietly opened on Bay Shore this summer. But the portrait isn’t just any doctor: Dr., who gave birth to thousands of babies in