Take Out

Robinson's Tea Room


This lovely Victorian-style home offers as authentic a teatime as you'll likely find on Long Island. Guests enjoy traditional treats like homemade scones, finger sandwiches, chocolate-covered strawberries, and Devonshire cream. Quality English...  Read More



Contrary to what you may have read in Sunday school, all is not lost in Babylon. Its saving grace, in this instance, is sushi. Inside this inventive little eatery, the chefs are not afraid to experiment. This fact becomes apparent when you...  Read More

Kurofune Japanese Restaurant


This Commack gem hits homeruns from both sides of the plate, so to speak, thanks to spectacular sushi and well-portioned hot entrees. The understated interior reveals a touch of minimalism: indigo walls, light-stained woods, and modest pieces of...  Read More

Curry Club


As the name no doubt suggests, this joint specializes in exotic Indian fare, from curries and kebabs to handmade naan. Friendly service and a low-key, casual setting make the place popular with lunch crowds – of course, the delicious buffet...  Read More



Piccolo is billed as delivering fabulous Italian fare with a heavy splash of American flair, but it's so much more than that. For starters, the dining room features contemporary decor and relies heavily on European influences, from its rich...  Read More

Green Cactus Grill


Look for a neat stacked-stone facade as you travel down Jericho Turnpike, and do yourself a favor: stop in for a bite to eat. Eldest sibling of the Green Cactus family, this place has long been one of the area's top Mexican restaurants. What's...  Read More

Tellers Chophouse


Suffolk County's southern shore boasts a number of upscale restaurants, but few can be spoken about in the same breath as this sophisticated steakhouse. The setting itself is stunning: a restored bank building with white columns and a dining...  Read More



When the need for sushi hits, this friendly Miller Place restaurant is just what the doctor ordered. Here, patrons appease their cravings for food touched with wasabi and soy, courtesy of a skilled kitchen. Fresh ingredients go into each dish,...  Read More

Viva La Vida


After-work crowds adore this friendly eatery, whose colorful setting and spicy fare owe a debt to Spanish and Mexican traditions. Indeed, at Viva la Vida, ceviche and paella are served alongside a variety of south-of-the-border dishes more...  Read More

Pasta Pasta


The historic seaside community of Port Jefferson surrounds this appealing Italian place, which has become a local legend since opening in the early '90s. Cousin to Sayville's Cafe Joelle, it enjoys a comfortable, Tuscan-influenced atmosphere –...  Read More