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New Chick-fil-A Location Opening in Smithtown Thursday

Chick-fil-A, the fast food restaurant that has drawn criticism for its past support of anti-LGBTQ groups, is opening its seventh location on Long Island this week.

Long Island Chefs Compete on Great Food Truck Race Episode Airing...

Food Network’s Great Food Truck Race is back for another season, this time featuring a team of three Long Island natives Kate Wurtzel, Harry Poole, and April Nothdurft. 

Six Juice Company Set to Open First Location in Sayville

The Garden City-based Six Juice Company, one of the few Black-owned juiceries on Long Island, is set to open its first physical location in Sayville this year.

Blackbird Kitchen in Wantagh Crafts Sweet ‘n’ Sour Cocktails

Ask any bartender about creating cocktails, and you’ll soon find out how much fun the process can be, especially when there’s a problem to solve.

Kevin James Lauds Long Island Food on New Episode of Hot...

Television star and comedian Kevin James, a Mineola native, praised Long Island’s pizza and egg sandwiches during an episode of Hot Ones that hit YouTube on Feb. 11. 

Try These 3 New Restaurants on Long Island

Are your taste buds craving something new for a change? Try these three new restaurants on Long Island!

OpEd: Support Local Restaurants in Their Time of Need

I have watched as restaurant owners worry over an uncertain future, staff get cut after years at the same establishment and mom-and-pop shops close their doors for the last time.

Long Island Beers to Help You Stay Warm in a Blizzard

Winter Warmers trace their origins to the British tradition of brewing robust, high alcohol beers to be enjoyed in the cold of winter, often with spices.

Cutthroat Kitchen Champ DJ Chef, of Long Beach, Takes on Supermarket...

DJ Chef, of Long Beach, who won Food Network’s Cutthroat Kitchen, continues his competitive cooking show stardom next month on Supermarket Stakeout.

8 Restaurants Where You Can Celebrate Mardi Gras on Long Island

Fat Tuesday is just around the corner — Feb. 16 — and that means Cajun food and drinks are in order. Here are eight Long Island restaurants that capture the New Orleans essence so you can celebrate Mardi Gras from afar this year.