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Long Island restaurants close for storm (most of them, anyway)

Snowplows clear the way on the Long Island

Snowplows clear the way on the Long Island Expressway in Old Westbury. (Jan. 21, 2014) (Credit: Newsday / Audrey C. Tiernan)

As if you needed more incentive to stay off the roads, restaurants are dropping like flies: Relish in Kings Park, R.S. Jones in Merrick, Tullulah's in Bay Shore, Kyma in Roslyn, Blackstone Steakhouse in Melville, Rare650 in Syosset, Insignia in Smithtown, Restaurant Five Five 2 in St. James, Jewel in Melville, Sweet to Lick Bakery in Williston Park — all are closing because of the storm. The list will go on all night.

Not Tutto Pazzo of Halesite, though. “I live in Port Washington,“ said co-owner Joe Petrone. “There's no way I'm driving home. Me and a couple of the guys decided we'd just stay here and serve.“

If you happen to live — or are stranded — in Halesite, head on over to Tutto Pazzo. Wednesday the Italian restaurant is selling food (not drinks) for half price, cash only.


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Tutto Pazzo is at 84 New York Ave., Halesite, 631-271-2253.

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