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Hal Goldman lands back at Jackson's Landing
Last time I posted about peripatetic chef Hal Goldman, he had left Finley's of Green Street in Huntington .
For those who don't know who Goldman is, he was starting chef at the former Bedlam Street in Cold Spring Harbor before becoming chef and owner of Jackson Landing in Bellmore, which he subsequently sold.
Now, Goldman is back at his old Bellmore digs. It's got to be a bit weird, working for owners of the place that once belonged to him, but Goldman says he's doing fine. Anyway, if you're one of those who miss his lively New American cooking, you now know where to find it.
-- Joan Reminick
Newsday photo of Goldman when he was at Finley's of Green Street/Ana P. Gutierrez