At La Marmite in Williston Park, baked clams are served on a bed of coarse salt, March 2014. (Credit: Newsday / Erica Marcus)
La Marmite, among the last of the "le" and "la" restaurants that long-defined fine dining on Long Island, has entered a new era.
But it's just as appealing as it has been for decades.
Under new ownership and a new chef, the polished continental has been refreshed. Fans of the original, however, shouldn't be worried. The quality is just as high. And the dining room, marked by excellent...
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