From sophisticated, top-rated restaurants, to a tiny bistro with an up-and-coming chef serving fresh Long Island seafood and the best from New York wineries, to a casual East End lobster and crab shack, Long Island restaurants offer plenty to dine on.
An abundance of local grown produce, fresh seafood and nearby access to the major food markets ensures lots of excellent restaurants.
Wineries, Breweries & Spirits
Explore dozens of LI wineries open for tours and tastings, or sample a local craft beer. Long Island is home to its own distillery.
What better way to spend an afternoon or evening than exploring Long Island’s coastline aboard a lunch or dinner cruise.
LI Top Chefs
Find some of the top chefs in the country on Long Island serving local specialties and one-of-a-kind culinary creations.
Specialties & Recipes
Find area specialties ranging from lobster roll, bay scallops and crab cakes to Long Island duck and fresh roasted corn.
Rum-running, Underground Railroad hide-outs, Revolutionary War history. Combine a fine meal with history at a Long Island historic restaurant.