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E.A.T.S. Social House open in East Massapequa
E.A.T.S. Social House has opened in East Massapequa, adding to Long Island's gastropub boomlet.
The new spot is pouring at the former address of Alaine's.
Under the heading "tapas," the kitchen sends out fare such as crabcakes and fried calamari, honey-barbecued chicken wings and fried eggs, flatbreads and Bavarian pretzels, cheese fries and macaroni and cheese.
The restaurant also offers salads, burgers, pastas, and main courses that include Caribbean pork with pineapple salsa, Hawaiian stir-fry with chicken, porterhouse and strip steaks, seared tuna and broiled salmon.
The price range is $14 to $35 for pastas and main dishes; $6 to $23 for tapas and salads.
E.A.T.S. is open Tuesday to Friday, from 4 p.m. to midnight; Saturday and Sunday, from noon to 2 a.m. Brunch is on Saturday and Sunday, noon to 4 p.m. The restaurant is closed on Monday.
E.A.T.S. Social House, 27 Carmans Rd., East Massapequa; 516-799-3287.