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Port Washington's Crave satisfies
Crave slips into the space parallel to the tracks at the Port Washington railroad station. It should stick around.
This is a something-for-everyone kind of restaurant: mini-pizzas and salads; burgers and steaks; pastas and Parmigianas; meatloaf and chicken potpie; hummus and chicken wings ... and more.
It's a friendly, welcoming spot, right for the unwinding commuter or the couple looking for a low-key night out.
That chicken potpie is homey and good; likewise, the grilled pork chops with caramelized apples and the brick-oven pizza with caramelized onions, basil and broccoli rabe. A brownie sundae suits Crave, too.
Crave, 14 Haven Ave., Port Washington; 516-767-6767.