The dish on Long Island's restaurant and food scene
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Bareburger, the Queens-based chain that specializes in burgers both sustainable and exotic, opens Tuesday at 5 p.m. in Great Neck. For now, only dinner will be served; lunch should follow in about a week.
Bareburger opened its first location in Astoria in 2009 and, over the next four years, 11 more sprang up in Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn. The restaurants have a hip, rough-hewn look and...Read more »
A “for rent” sign hangs on the storefront that once housed Juliebelle’s Gourmet Market & Sandwich Shop in Great Neck.
The Northern Boulevard shop did a mostly takeout business, specializing in sandwiches with whimsical, sci-fi-related names. Most everything — including fries and mayonnaise — were made from scratch.
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It looks like curtains for 420 North, the New American-Italian restaurant that opened in early 2012, succeeding OEVO at this address.
The phone number has been disconnected, the website taken down, and a work-stoppage notice from the Town of North Hempstead Department of Building Safety is posted on the front door at 420 Northern Blvd. in Great Neck....Read more »
Like a lot of enthusiastic eaters, I sometimes fantasize about having one of those restaurant reality shows where the host sweeps in and whips everyone into shape. At Om Bistro in Great Neck the other night, it was hard to silence my inner Gordon Ramsay.
Om opened a little over a month ago in the Great Neck space that used to be Tulip. The space has been brightened, service is friendly and...Read more »
Two very good Asian restaurants have served their last meals: Miraku in Great Neck and Imperial Seoul in New Hyde Park.
Imperial Seoul earned a two-star rating in Newsday for its Korean fare and Japanese cuisine. The big, bright restaurant knew how to turn up the spicing in Korean casseroles; and prepare pristine, uncooked fish from the sushi-sashimi bar.
Miraku was one of the top 10...Read more »