The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene
BloggersPeter Gianotti Erica Marcus Joan Reminick Marjorie Robins
Tellers in Islip: Prime-time ribeye
Few steaks served on Long Island make as dramatic an entrance as the ribeye at Tellers in Islip.
Tellers, subtitled "An American Chophouse," sends out a lot of excellent beef, but only this cut is deemed a "signature" steak.
It comes in at about 38 ounces, with a trimmed bone that makes the whole thing look like an edible tennis racket, a Frenched chop from "The...