Dining & Nightlife

There are singles who are great daters and then there are those who… well, never really make it past the first date. This being the month for Valentines, we thought it would be a good time to offer our top tips for being a great date. Read Full Article
Clubs / Lounges November 2013
Sake to Me
Even though there are a bevy of good sushi restaurants on Long Island, sake remains a mystery. The Kyoto Sour takes advantage of sake’s versatility, pairing it with ingredients both exotic and familiar. Read Full Article
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Das Biergarten
Das Biergarten is true to its name. It’s as much a rough and tumble beer hall as a restaurant. Read Full Article
Foodie Gossip
A heaping helping of our local restaurants’ breaking news. Read Full Article
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Red Zone: L.I. Pour House, Big Z Beverages, BrickHouse Brewery & Restaurant
Beermeister Niko Krommydas reports on brew news and new brews. Read Full Article
Poet’s House
The Poet's House in lower Manhattan would be a great place to sit and relax even if it didn’t have a 60,000-volume collection of poetry. Happily, it does have the world’s most comprehensive poetry cache... and more. Read Full Article
Wall Street to Fifth Street
As a triathlete, Michael Esposito knows the physical grind of a long race: The focus, determination and tenacity to keep going. The 45-year-old Seaford native sticks to a strict daily regimen of running and biking, and swims several times a week. The plan keeps him fit in body and mind. And that mental fitness came in handy this summer at the World Series of Poker. Read Full Article
Telling Peru’s Story
Peruvian-born chef Boris Torres is turning out some of the most authentic dishes the diverse country has to offer. Read Full Article
Cool Regions, Light Reds
As the weather changes so do drinking habits. Spring is a transitional time of year when it’s not quite warm enough to be on the deck sipping rosé, but also not cold enough to sit in front of a roaring fire with a glass of port. That makes this a great time to learn the nuances offered by reds that are lighter and gentler than a cabernet sauvignon, merlot or syrah. Read Full Article