In an effort to encourage a more social atmosphere, customers at Mineola's Game Master Grill, a full-service restaurant, can play both traditional and new board games, but no computer games, while they eat or wait for orders. Videojournalist: Jessica Rotkiewicz (Jan. 11, 2013)
Julia Santaniello, 10, from Bay Shore, plays Zombie Dice with Virginia Walsh from Bethpage and her mother Catherine Santaniello (back) at Game Master Grill in Mineola where a variety of games as well as food is offered. (Jan. 4, 2013)
Games rule at Game Master Grill, a new Mineola restaurant where diners can plan a chess move or roll the dice between forkfuls of pasta. Michael Tesmacher, 54, of Central Islip is a returning customer who likes the atmosphere and the food (he had the lobster macaroni and cheese), and works close by. He was playing Quarto, a strategic board game, for the first time with his friend Eric Leder, 33,...
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