Long Island is rich, not only in nautical and scenic treasures but in culinary delights as well. From a quick bite at a roadside lobster stand or food truck, where you might just spot a celebrity in casual mode, to a romantic sunset dinner watching boats come into the harbor with the day’s catch, Long Island restaurants satisfy every palate and pocketbook.
Many Long Island restaurants feature produce from local farm stands, wine from Long Island, New York wineries and seafood straight from the ocean. Explore places to eat with our dining guide.
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Explore world-renowned beaches, historical lighthouses, culinary delights, premiere golf courses, Gatsby-era Gold Coast mansions, and award-winning vineyards on Long Island – New York City’s Beachfront Backyard. Download a copy of the Travel Guide for inspiration and more information to plan your perfect getaway.