Cinque Terre in Huntington Station serves a fritto misto of fried shrimp, calamari, sepia and red snapper on June 17, 2014. (Credit: Newsday / Erica Marcus)
Cinque Terre, the long-awaited restaurant now in the former home of Panama Hatties, is a warm, traditional addition to Long Island's ever-growing number of Italian spots.
It's decorated with evocative photos of the Cinque Terre, five towns that cling to the dramatic coastline between Genoa and Pisa. But this Cinque Terre is more generally Italian than specifically Ligurian.
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