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A variety of new restaurants are set to make a splash in the Hamptons this summer, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The news outlet reported that the restaurants span a variety of types of food, from upscale seafood eateries to expanding pizzerias from established owners. Bloomberg reported that the following eateries are set to open up this summer or have recently begun serving guests: Roberta's, a pizzeria in Montauk O by Kissaki, a Japanese restaurant located at 47 Montauk Highway in East Hampton Lobster Roll, located at 32 Montauk Highway in Southampton, and an off-shoot of the iconic Amagansett location. The Living Room at the Maidstone, a seafood restaurant in East Hampton Astro’s Pizza, located in Amagansett Mavericks Montauk, a surf-and-turf steakhouse located at 51 South Edgemere St. in Montauk Enchanté, a French eatery located at 295 Three Mile Harbor Hog Creek Road in Southampton Léon, a French and Italian-style eatery located at 29 West Neck Road, Shelter Island Read the full report from Bloomberg here.
A well-known diner has permanently closed after serving customers for more than 40 years in the Hudson Valley. The owner of Airmont Diner, an old-fashioned eatery located in Rockland County, announced the closure on Wednesday, Feb. 16. "The customers of Airmont Diner were not strangers, they are friends and family," owner Dino said in a statement on the eatery's website. "I have enjoyed seeing the children grow and bring their families in to meet me." Many customers filled the comments section of the post announcing the closure on the diner's Facebook page, sharing fond memories of visiting the diner over the years. The diner was located at 210 Route 59 in Suffern.
A Hudson Valley eatery has permanently closed its doors after 25 years in business. The owner of the Foundry Cafe, located in Putnam County, made the announcement on Saturday, Feb. 12. The eatery was located at 55 Main St. in Cold Spring in the town of Philipstown. The Foundry Cafe was known for its breakfast dishes, including omelets and French toast, along with desserts, including its cheesecake. Owner Jeff Consaga told the Highlands Current that he made the decision to retire at the age of 67. The comment section on the business' Facebook post announcing the closure was filled with former customers wishing Consaga well during his retirement and many saying they'll miss dining at the longtime restaurant.
For those searching for a good spot to celebrate Valentine's Day in Connecticut, a food publication has shared its pick for the most romantic restaurant in the state. Fresh Salt, located in Middlesex County, was named Connecticut's most romantic restaurant by Eat This, Not That in the publication's ranking of the most romantic restaurants in all 50 states. The Old Saybrook eatery made the list thanks to its romantic views of the Long Island Sound. The restaurant offers a wide variety of seafood dishes, including fresh clams and oysters from the raw bar and grilled North Atlantic salmon filet. The website recommended guests order the restaurant's Sriracha calamari. "The staff is eager to fit your needs," Al T., of Hartford, wrote in a Yelp review. "The restaurant itself will do the same. Food and presentation of your meal is what you are to expect of such a delightful restaurant. You will not go wrong here." The restaurant is located at 2 Bridge St. in Old Saybrook. Learn more about Fresh Salt's hours and menu here.
Four New England pizzerias have topped the list in a new ranking of the best pizza joints in the United States. KOA.com, a website that focuses on information for camping trips and RVing, created a ranking of the top 20 pizza shops. The site listed Slab, located in Portland, Maine, as its top pizza joint, followed by Al Forno, in Providence, Rhode Island. Regina Pizza, located in Boston, was ranked third thanks to its thin-crust pies made in a brick oven. The website reported that the eatery uses a recipe that is more than 100 years old. Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana, located in New Haven, was ranked fourth. The website recommended the pizzeria's White Clam Pizza and noted that the eatery has been open since 1925. Check out the full ranking here.
St. Pete’s 22 South Food Hall—located at 642 22nd St. S—will officially reopen next month on Oct. 1.22southfoodhall/Facebook Last month, St. Petersburg’s 22 South Food Hall at the Historic Manhattan Casino announced a closure, then quickly backtracked and announced that a group of local investors had actually saved the concept. Now we know that St. Pete’s 22 South Food Hall—located at 642 22nd St. S—will officially reopen next month on Oct. 1. A press release says the grand opening will go until 10 p.m. Local foodies can try 22 South vendors Irie Mon Jamaican Grill, Betterway BBQ, Louie’s Italian Eatery, Haper’s Burgers, and Scratch. The food hall is effectively being saved by Collective, a group of community-minded entrepreneurs including Irie Mon Jamaican Grill, Betterway BBQ, Louie’s Italian Eatery, Haper’s Burgers, and Scratch. In addition to food, 22 South—located in South St. Petersburg’s historic Deuces neighborhood—can be rented out for events and will host live music. Support local journalism in these crazy days. Our small but mighty team works tirelessly to bring you news on how coronavirus is affecting Tampa Bay...
A Long Island man was arrested after attempting to allegedly rob a local eatery and then threatened a worker with a flagpole he had broken, according to police. Vincent Baxter, age 21, of Amityville, was arrested around 4:40 p.m., Thursday, May 13, in Farmingdale, said the Nassau County Police. According to detectives, Baxter approached a 53-year-old female employee at Ralph’s Italian Ices located at 850 Main St., and passed a note demanding money. The victim refused to comply and chased Baxter to 1 Frank Ave., where he broke off a flagpole on a storefront and faced the female victim. He then dropped the flag and fled the location, police said. Baxter was located by Suffolk County Police in the vicinity of Route 110 and Del Drive, where he was arrested without incident. He was charged with: Robbery/attempt Menacing Criminal mischief Baxter was scheduled to be arraigned on Friday, May 14 in Mineola.
After months of waiting due to COVID-19, a new dining hotspot, the Truss and Trestle Diner have finally flung open their doors. Once known as 32 Lunch, the new diner, located in Ulster County, in Rosendale, is striving to become that place you go to for a great breakfast or dinner -- or in better words, the "go-to" spot for a meal. The diner will feature everything from an egg sandwich and coffee, to yummy sandwiches such as a turkey club or a Reuben. One thing the owner/chef/who is self-taught is really proud of is his hand-cut french fries, especially the ones that come with chili and cheese. They are still working out their dinner menu, to make sure there is something for everyone, even in a small kitchen. A great add-on is that in addition to the food, patrons will be able to enjoy a cocktail, a beer, or a glass or bottle of wine. Hours are from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, and from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. The restaurant...
A popular eatery run by a couple from Long Island known for its steak, seafood, and German offerings will close permanently at the end of November after 14 years in operation. The upstate eatery, White Wolf, is located in the Hudson Valley on Route 209 in the Ulster County town of Nanapoch. "It is with a heavy heart that we must officially announce that an end of an era is here -- the building has been sold and White Wold sadly will not be relocating," wrote owners Dawn and Tommy O'Hara in a Facebook post on Monday, Nov. 2. "Tommy and I thank all the staff, past and present, and all of you who have given your unwavering support and for embracing two Long Islanders, forged friendships with us and have made us feel like family. For all those things and more, we are forever grateful and cherish our time here." Food offerings at White Wolf, located on US-209, range from classic pub food to prime rib steaks, pastas, and chicken saltimbocca. The eatery will be open on Thanksgiving, and it...
A popular eatery known for its steak, seafood, and German offerings will close permanently at the end of November after 14 years in operation. The Ulster County eatery, White Wolf, is located on Route 209 in Nanapoch. "It is with a heavy heart that we must officially announce that an end of an era is here -- the building has been sold and White Wold sadly will not be relocating," wrote owners Dawn and Tommy O'Hara in a Facebook post on Monday, Nov. 2. "Tommy and I thank all the staff, past and present, and all of you who have given your unwavering support and for embracing two Long Islanders, forged friendships with us and have made us feel like family. For all those things and more, we are forever grateful and cherish our time here." Food offerings at White Wolf, located on US-209, range from classic pub food to prime rib steaks, pastas, and chicken saltimbocca. The eatery will be open on Thanksgiving, and it will close its doors to diners permanently on Sunday, Nov. 29.
Cheeseburger in Paradise has closed its last location, located in North Jersey. The eatery at 700 Plaza Dr., in Secaucus closed in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The restaurant's website had been disabled as of Tuesday evening. The eatery's parent company Luby's -- which also operates Fuddruckers and Luby’s Cafeteria, both to be sold -- earlier this month approved plans to have its assets sold and liquidated.