Dining & Nightlife

Forget the Nog, Glug some Glögg
Spread holiday warmth and cheer with this traditional drink Read Full Article
This interesting, diverse food isn’t assembled for its shock value; the ingredients blend, meld and enhance the dishes.
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The Savoy Tavern
A new American menu, especially the appetizers and tavern classics, are noteworthy
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Ristegio’s is a hometown-boys-make-good story. The name of this newish North Patchogue restaurant (it opened in mid-April) is a blend of the first names of the Lanza brothers, Richard, Steven and Joseph, the trio responsible for the restaurant. Read Full Article
Bubbling Over
The recession really took the sparkle out of Champagne sales. Now, after several holiday seasons away from the bubbly, it’s time to pull “fat corks” again. Read Full Article
The Listening Bar
Music is alive and well on Long Island. Find where to hear it, play it and see it in this lineup of Johnny Pierre’s favorites. Read Full Article
The Most Reluctant Cook
Plancha’s Lilly Kanarova once had a problem with chewing. Now she’s behind what might be the most flavorful food per bite on the Island. Read Full Article
Mixologist: Paulo Villela
Paulo Villela talks cocktails, the art of ice wine and how growing up on a Brazilian sugarcane farm influences his recipes. Read Full Article
Foodie Gossip
A heaping helping of breaking restaurant news. Read Full Article
NiteLife: The Red Zone
Beermeister Niko Krommydas reports on brew news and new brews. Read Full Article
Cocktails at the King Cole Bar & Salon
There are a lot of reasons to head into Manhattan this month. Our pick is an under-the-radar holiday tradition that involves King Cole (and alcohol). Read Full Article
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