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Dining Destination: Bay Shore

Golden Chicken's chaufa de marscos, seen here on

Golden Chicken's chaufa de marscos, seen here on Jan. 15, 2013, is a dish of mixed seafood and fried rice. (Credit: Doug Young)

Bay Shore is widely seen as the gateway to Fire Island. But the town’s Main Street has its own year-round allure, thanks to a compelling assortment of restaurants within walking distance of one another. Here are five to check out:

41 E. Main St., 631-539-7183, tulakitchen.com
At this plush and romantic spot, the menu is geared to health and balance; vegetarians will find more than enough to choose from. Past standouts include Mediterranean spreads, like hummus and babaghanoush; sesame-crusted tuna (or tofu) and baked salmon cakes. $$-$$$

AJI 53
53 E. Main St., 631-591-3107, aji53.com.
Neon lights and techno music define this hip Asian fusion restaurant. Winning choices: the heart-shaped Valentine roll, rock shrimp tempura and miso black cod.$$-$$$

120 E. Main St., Bay Shore, 631-206-1060, salvatorescoalfiredpizza.com
Beautifully blistered coal oven pizzas are joined by appetizers, pastas and salads at popular place affiliated with Salvatore’s Coal Oven Pizza in Port Washington. $$

25 W. Main St., Bay Shore, 631-666-6696
A standout chicken coconut soup as well as a nicely turned out array of curries and stir-fries are the draws at this minimalist-decor Thai. $$

164 E. Main St., Bay Shore, 631-647-8240, goldenchickenli.com
While savory rotisserie chicken is the signature item at this little Peruvian spot, the menu goes far beyond, as with chaufa de mariscos, or fried rice with seafood. $$

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