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Long Island restaurants: New reviews

An appetizer platter at Mekan Gyro & Grill

An appetizer platter at Mekan Gyro & Grill in Medford features baba ganoush, hummus and chopped eggplant in tomato sauce. (Credit: Nicole Horton)

In this week’s Newsday, Joan Reminick reviews Mekan Gyro & Grill in Medford, a modest Turkish eatery — grocery attached — where the “house-made lamb and beef gyro stands a cut above most others. Order the savory, juicy shards of meat as a wrap (which, here, means enfolded in flaky house-baked bread) and you're in for fine eating.“

Peter M. Gianotti visits Spezia in St. James, overseen by Alex Camargo, formerly a waiter at the landmark Casa Rustica in Smithtown. “In addition to adroitly prepared Italian and Italian-American favorites,” Gianotti writes, “Spezia also shows a light touch with New American accents.”

Not planning to eat at home for the holidays? Here are some restaurants open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.


 

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