East Northport is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Huntington in Suffolk County, New York, United States. The population was 20,217 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in East Northport
4.5 based on 218 reviews
I've been going to this bakery since it opened and it has always been consistent in it's quality and service. Whether it's a waffle for breakfast or a sandwich at lunch, this place does not disappoint. The owners are always pleasant and eager to please.
My only wish was that they were open later at night. what a great place to go after the theater or dinner for some espresso and a slice of one of their cakes!
4.5 based on 133 reviews
Great, friendly service, old timey seafaring decor, comfortable booths in beautiful downtown turn of the 19/20thcentury Northport. Outstanding seafood bisque-just about the best you can get anywhere with big chunks of seafood. Had fried chicken on waffle. Waffles were great, but the deep fried chicken breast was tiny and a bit too dry. Wife had the burger which was done just right a had a great smoky taste.They have great fountain drinks and I hear that the rice pudding is an award winner. (Next time). Check their hours before going.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Cozy family-style restaurant that takes reservations and gives diners a choice of small or large platters of food, so two can dine without a ton of leftovers. The appetizers of stuffed clams, stuffed mushrooms and fried zucchini were all excellent. The staff was very sensitive to my shellfish allergy and kept the stuffed clams away from the other food. The main course of chicken fontina, veal romano and escarole and beans were made to order, not overly salty (as requested) and beautifully plated. Best of all was our dessert of freshly-made napoleon. It was crispy and delicate--made on premises. Our waiter, Brian, was very attentive. We will definitely be back.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
Sorry but have not had anything but the awesome pizza crumbs ,they come in tons of different flavors( order ahead). They are the biggest hit at any BBQ .
4.5 based on 90 reviews
This is the first time visiting this restaurant. It is hard to find a decent Italian restaurant. I did not have one complaint about this place. Everything was fresh and delicious. Salad, pasta, the chicken francese was like butter. Even the potatoes and veggies were cooked to perfection. Great desserts too. I would definitely eat here again and recommend this place to anyone.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
Bagel Chalet are the experts when it comes to fresh bagels in Commack. For delicious bagels, fresh wraps and salads- come explore Bagel Chalet!
We've eaten here many times and the food and service is always great! From the salads (where you choose what should be in it), the creative sandwiches and of course, the best bagels around, you can't beat it! While the line sometimes is out the door, it goes very quickly because there are so many workers behind the counter. Don't miss it!
4 based on 190 reviews
Elegant locale for steaks, sushi & weekend brunch, with patio & seasonal tiki bar overlooking pond.
A wonderful Sunday early afternoon brunch. Delicious cranberry bread. Filet of Sole served to perfection. Inviting house salad. A very nice place tucked away on 25A in Centerport, LI. Attentive staff and management. A perfect Sunny afternoon with friend and family.Good Afternoon georgeny01! Thank you for your kind words and taking the time to write a review! We are very happy you enjoyed our atmosphere, food, and staff, and we hope to see you again in the future! The Whole Team at Mill Pond House
4 based on 102 reviews
Old-Fashioned Charm, Updated By Joanne Starkey New York Times For over half a century the Old Fields Inn has been a fixture in Greenlawn. Known for its marinated steaks, it was the place where the Kiwanis and Lions Clubs met. When I last visited, a couple of years ago, it was tired and lackluster. Last June, David and Christine Tunney bought the venerable old place, took five months to renovate it and reopened it in November with a shortened name: Old Fields.Mr. Tunney is an experienced restaurateur, a former partner in Honu in Huntington and current partner in the Besito restaurants in Huntington and Roslyn and in West Hartford, Conn. The Tunneys skillfully updated the place while keeping its old-fashioned charm. The wooden booths, brick fireplace and knotty pine walls are still there, joined by a shining new wood floor, a brick wall and a new kitchen.Old Fields is laid back and family-friendly, with vintage games like Chinese checkers and tick-tack-toe. A menu with no item over $20 is another attraction.A child in our party who always zeros in on chicken nuggets was happy with the popcorn-style chicken. It arrived with a honey mustard dipping sauce that pleased the adults, but a bottle of ketchup was also handy. Another fried treat was the crunchy Ipswich clams, served with lemon wedges and house-made tartar sauce. My favorite opener was the upscale Manhattan clam chowder, which contained four whole littleneck clams in the shell and was crowned with a slab of grilled bread. French onion soup also made a good showing; it tasted of sweet onions, not salt as it so often does. Plump Prince Edward Island mussels arrived in a noteworthy white wine broth sparked by onions, tomatoes and fresh basil and accompanied by two slices of grilled ciabatta bread.Large groups will enjoy sharing the generously portioned cheesy spinach and artichoke dip served in a black iron frying pan, surrounded by triangles of warm pita. Even the ubiquitous Caesar salad has an edge here, made with house-made herb croutons and shards of Parmesan rather than grated cheese.Old Fields has its predecessor’s “55-year marinade,” so called for the age of the recipe. We tried the marinated strip steak (at $19.95, the menu’s highest-price entree), which was juicy and tasty and not overwhelmed by its marinade. It came with a mound of good mashed potatoes and mixed vegetables.A seafood risotto had creamy rice laced with bay scallops and topped with four large shrimp. A worthy special one night was tender veal osso buco in a chunky tomato sauce served over rice.The restaurant features nine burgers and five other sandwiches. We liked the Reuben on marble rye but found the burgers, cooked to order and running with juices, even better. The purists went for the Old Fields classic with lettuce, tomato and pickle. Also appealing was the “56” burger. (The original Old Fields Inn opened in 1956.) It was lightly marinated and covered with sautéed onions and melted Swiss cheese.Sandwiches come with French fries or a side salad (mixed greens topped with shaved fennel, carrot and cucumber in a light lemon dressing); for 95 cents, diners can substitute onion rings or exemplary sweet-potato fries. We liked all four but thought the thin, wispy onion rings were the best.Desserts, all $6, are made in-house and include a warm apple cobbler à la mode, a brownie sundae and an old-fashioned ice box cake, made with chocolate wafer cookies and whipped cream. (The whipped cream is the real thing and used with abandon.) Diners can also choose an old-fashioned banana split, or order a shake or Coke float.David and Christine Tunney have turned a somewhat tired landmark into a restaurant any neighborhood would be proud of. It’s sure to attract patrons from farther away.
It was so nice to be greeted by every employee we passed on our way to our table! The food was delicious, and we were given some appetizers on the house to try as our dinners were being prepared. We will definitely go back!
4 based on 195 reviews
Anything I’ve had here after the last three visits over 3 months has been outstanding. The Good: The penne ala vodka, chicken dishes, calamari and spaghetti with white clam sauce all had exceeded expectations. (A) rated
There’s are very reasonable lunch specials that, for the price, is a great deal. (B+)
The Bad: Parking lot is awful. (D-) Not only is it small, it’s poorly engineered. There must be many fender benders there?
The Service is top-notch, but adequate. Don’t looked for a polished-up staff here; but the servers do “do” their jobs. (C+)
Overall, a great “go-to” spot that doesn’t disappoint.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Having lived in this town for many years we realized we've driven by, but never eaten at Mascali so we came here for dinner one evening with our young adult kids.
The food was just OK. The pasta was good - but the servings were not generous - and they were not included with the meat, chicken or fish entrees. I had veal which was tough, and the marsala sauce was kind of goopy - too much corn starch I think. My kids had standard pizza parlor Italian dishes - chicken parm, etc, and they were fine. My husband had medallions of beef that were actually pretty good but were waaaay overpriced. We had started with fried calamari - and it was rings only, something out of a Sysco frozen food box.
Overall the place was disappointing and pricy. I realize there are a lot of positive reviews here, which is why we tried this restaurant - so this is one of the few times TA reviews have let us down. We either came on the wrong night when the chef was on vacation (we were there on a Saturday night) or we just ordered the wrong things. We've gotten better Italian food down the street at the pizza/Italian restaurant in the IGA shopping center for a lot less $$.
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