3 New Restaurants To Try on Long Island

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Pappardelle pasta dish at The Farm Italy (Photo via @thefarmitaly on Instagram)

3 New Restaurants To Try on Long Island


A new upscale restaurant has opened in Roslyn, and its cuisine is “classic American reimagined,” according to The Brass Swan’s website. The restaurant opened in fall 2022 and has since received positive reviews for its modern takes on American favorites, such as the sesame tuna ($22), mac and cheese ($17), chicken scallopini ($23), and Swan burger ($18).

The restaurant-lounge has a classy feel to it while serving up deliciously modern American fare. The bar holds Happy Hour from Tuesday through Thursday, from 4 to 7 p.m., when patrons can get buy-one-get-one-free cocktails. There is also a special of $7 glasses of rose for ladies every Thursday night from 5 to 8 p.m.

1363 Old Northern Blvd., Roslyn, thebrassswan.com, 516-801-4963


The New York City-based fast-casual eatery Just Salad recently opened its first Long Island location in Commack. The restaurant chain’s mission is to bring health and sustainability to the communities it serves, doing right by its motto “eat with purpose.” Its signature Reusable Bowl Program encourages patrons to buy a reusable bowl and get a free salad topping each time they use it there.

Just Salad’s menu contains several seasonal salad options, such as winter harvest ($11.99) and maple crispy chicken ($12.69), and features a menu of “iconic salads,” including the crispy chicken poblano ($12.69), Thai chicken crunch ($11.99), and Tokyo supergreens ($12.69). The menu is actually not “just salad,” but also offers other healthy choices such as avocado toast, soups, wraps, and smoothies.

The restaurant plans to open three more locations this year in Westbury, Huntington, and Oceanside.

6040 Jericho Tpke., Commack, justsalad.com


Huntington’s newest restaurant, The Farm Italy, just opened in mid-February. From the owners of the village’s popular The Shed Restaurant and Besito Mexican come freshly made Italian favorites in the heart of downtown.

The delectable offerings on The Farm Italy’s menu include classic pasta dishes such as ravioli, pappardelle, and penne, and entrees such as branzino, skirt steak, veal, and salmon. Appetizers include Italian favorites such as meatballs, mussels, oysters, and sausage. For a traditional Italian meal, The Farm Italy is now the place to be.

The restaurant staff asks that all reservations be made online.

12 Gerard St., Huntington, thefarmitaly.com, 631-824-6000