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The best spots for wings on Long Island.
Updated February 21, 2014 11:57 AM
By PETER M. GIANOTTI
Keeping with the establishment's Gaelic quality, the crisp, satisfying fish-and-chips main course is "Guinness battered" at J.A. Heneghan's Tavern in Point Lookout. (Credit: Alessandro Vecchi)
Gastropubs are pouring onto Long Island, with their combination of good brews and solid food. Here are four excellent bets.
THE BRASS RAIL, 107 Forest Ave., Locust Valley; 516-723-9103
This easily recommended gastropub includes a classic bar. The excellent food goes from fried oysters, deviled eggs and fish tacos to short-rib sliders, steak au poivre, and a shrimp-and-oyster po'boy.
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