Join Us for LI’s Winter Restaurant Week January 27th- February 3, 2019 232

Join us for our Winter Long Island Restaurant Week January 27 – February 3, 2019. Participating restaurants will offer a $29.95 three-course prix fixe all night every night they are open from Sunday to Sunday, except Saturday when it only has to be offered until 7 p.m.We look forward to seeing you there!

Here is the list of participating restaurants in Suffolk Country, click on the Restaurant name for menu or to make a reservation :

Athenian Greek Taverna  (631) 499-7660  Suffolk – Commack, Greek

Bella Vie  (631) 500-9045 Suffolk – Bay Shore, Italian

Besito Mexican  (516) 620-3222  Suffolk – West Islip, Mexican

Besito Mexican  (631) 549-0100  Suffolk – Huntington, Mexican

Bistro 25   (631) 589-7775  Suffolk – Sayville, New American

Bistro 72   (631) 369-3325  Suffolk – Riverhead, American

Cafe Havana Bar And Grill  (631) 670-6277  Suffolk – Smithtown, Cuban

Captain Bill’s  (631) 665-6262 Suffolk – Bay Shore, Seafood

Casa Rustica  (631) 265-9265  Suffolk – Smithtown, Italian

Claude’s Restaurant  (631) 283-6500  Suffolk – Southampton, American

Danfords Hotel  (631) 928-5200  Suffolk – Port Jefferson, New American

Drift 82  (631) 714-4950  Suffolk – Patchogue, American

Garden Grill Restaurant  (631) 265-8771  Suffolk – Smithtown, American

Grasso’s  (631) 367-6060  Suffolk – Cold Spring Harbor, New American

H20 East Islip  (631) 277-4800  Suffolk – East Islip, Seafood

H20 Smithtown   (631) 361-6464  Suffolk – Smithtown, Seafood

Honu Kitchen & Cocktails  (631) 421-6900  Suffolk – Huntington, American

Imperial Meat Company (631) 824-6222  Suffolk – Huntington, Steakhouse

Irish Coffee Pub   (631) 277-0007  Suffolk – East Islip, Continental

Jonathan’s Ristorante  (631) 549-0055  Suffolk – Huntington, Italian

Le Soir Restaurant  (631) 472-9090  Suffolk – Bayport, French

Mill Pond House Restaurant  (631) 261-7663  Suffolk – Centerport, New American

Monsoon   (631) 587-4400  Suffolk – Babylon, Asian

Nantuckets  (631) 509-4848  Suffolk – Port Jefferson, American

Orto  (631) 473-0014  Suffolk – Miller Place, Italian

Pasta Pasta  (631) 331-5335  Suffolk – Port Jefferson, Italian

RHUM Island Inspired Cuisine & Rum Bar  (631) 569-5944  Suffolk – Patchogue, Eclectic

Salt & Barrel  (631) 647-8818  Suffolk – BayShore, Seafood

Shippys Pumpernickels Restaurant East  (631) 287-6782  Suffolk – Southampton, German

Snapper Inn  (631) 589-0248  Suffolk – Oakdale, Seafood

Strip Steak  (631) 650-6777  Suffolk – Great River, Steakhouse

The LakeHouse Restaurant  (631) 666-0995  Suffolk – Bay Shore, New American

The Oar Steak & Seafood  (631) 654-8266  Suffolk – Patchogue, Seafood

The Pine Grove Inn  (631) 569-5719  Suffolk – Patchogue, American

The Waterview at Port Jefferson  (631) 473-1440  Suffolk – Port Jefferson, Mediterranean

Verace  (631) 277-3800  Suffolk – Islip, Italian

View Restaurant  (631) 589-2694  Suffolk – Oakdale, Seafood

Vittorio’s Italian Steakhouse (631) 264-3333  Suffolk – Amityville, Steakhouse

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Patchogue Native Jesse Garcia Elected Suffolk GOP Leader 78

To the cheers of a packed house, Patchogue native Jesse Garcia, was unanimously elected leader of the Suffolk County Republican Committee, at a special GOP party convention held last Wednesday at Islip Town Republican Headquarters.   The election is particularly special for Garcia, who has served as Chairman of the Brookhaven Town Republican Committee for the past 12 years and is now the first County Chairman in over two decades to hold both the town and county leadership roles.

Garcia is also the first Hispanic elected Chairman of a County Republican Party on Long Island.  In an interview with Patchogue Today, Garcia noted “I am especially proud of my Hispanic roots.  My parents instilled in me and my siblings the love of family, the value of hard work and the importance of public and community service.”

Garcia grew up in Patchogue, where his father, the late Jesus Garcia, came from Cuba, settling his family on Gilbert Street.  Garcia graduated from Patchogue Medford HS in 1984 where he played baseball until an injury sidelined him.  An avid sports fan, he has fond memories playing Little League baseball with PYAA and credits both his parents for teaching him the value of community service.

His father, Jesus Garcia, was awarded the LI Advance “Man of the Year” in 1993 for his service in many organizations including the Patchogue Lions Club, Patchogue-Medford Youth and Community Services, the Patchogue Youth Athletic Association , La Union Hispanica and the Spanish Society of Suffolk.  The Ryder Ave Senior Park is also named after him.

Jesse’s mother Miriam is from Puerto Rico.  “To this day my mom is a strong influence in my life.

Garcia serves as the Hispanic Outreach Coordinator for the Suffolk Board of Elections. He replaces John LaValle as Suffolk County Leader, who resigned the post last month.  He will fulfill the remainder of LaValle’s term and will likely stand for re-election for a full two-year term as Suffolk’s GOP leader after the June 25 primaries.

I am truly blessed by the faith and trust the hundreds of Committee Members, Volunteers, Candidates and elected officials have placed in me to lead our county Republican Party.”

Suffolk’s New Styrofoam & Plastic Ban 296

This Tuesday, April 9th,  Suffolk County lawmakers passed three bills at the Suffolk County Legislature in Riverhead. These bills ban the use of single-use plastic straws, cups, containers, beverage stirrers and other plastic and Styrofoam items used by food service establishments.

Legislator Kara Hahn (D-Setauket) sponsored the bills, she chairs the legislature’s Environment, Planning and Agriculture Committee as well as its Single-Use Plastic Reduction Task Force. “This is sweeping legislation to begin weeding out single-use plastics,” said Hahn.

When proposing the bills Hahn cited data from the World Ocean Conservancy stating that eight (8) million metric tons of plastics enter the oceans every year which adds to the One hundred and fifty (150) million metric tons that already circulate through our oceans.  Hahn said the impacts have been “devastating to marine life and ocean ecosystems.” She continued to state that “Ingested plastic has been found in more than 60 percent of all seabirds and in 100 percent of sea turtles species. The impacts of plastic and, in particular, polystyrene are also a tangible threat to human health.”

Under the first bill, straws and stirrers would need to be biodegradable and will be made available by-request-only in sit-down restaurants and self-service beverage stations. This bill makes accommodations for the disabled whose medical conditions make it necessary for them to use of plastic straws, for these individual’s plastic straws would be available on request.

A separate bill bans restaurants from using Styrofoam takeout containers and packaging “peanuts”. The polystyrene ban exempts items used to store uncooked eggs, raw meat, pork, fish, seafood and poultry.

The third bill will ban the sale of single-use plastics at county parks and beaches, including plastic utensils, plates and cups. prohibiting the county’s park and beach concessionaires from using single-use cups, plates, utensils or beverage straws made from non-biodegradable substances. These measures will  go into effect when current park vendor contracts are up and new contracts are negotiated.

The three bills passed the Legislature without an opposing vote.  The changes affecting food establishments and retailers will begin January 1, 2020 to allow businesses time to adjust ordering and use existing inventory.

 

 

 

 

 

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