The Town of Oyster Bay is the easternmost of the three towns which make up Nassau County, New York, in the United States. Part of the New York metropolitan area, it is the only town in Nassau County to extend from the North Shore to the South Shore of Long Island. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 293,214.
Things to do in Oyster Bay
4 based on 151 reviews
Anything and everything you could want. Prime rib, skirt steak, lobster, shrimp, fish, sushi, omelets etc etc etc
The food is excellent, presentation is great and there is plenty of room at the buffet as well as between tables in the attractive dining room. The waiter who served drinks and coffee could have been a bit more attentive, but otherwise an excellent experience
4.5 based on 148 reviews
Seasonly inspired Creative American Cuisine
After visiting nearby Sagamore Hill we visited Wild Honey. It was a weekday so not very busy and we were seated immediately. The menu is varied with many salad and seafood items. We were all pleased overall and would definitely return!
4.5 based on 152 reviews
Mill Creek Tavern is a cozy and warm neighborhood restaurant with big city cuisine, served in an intimate dining room with exquisite menu selections. Start with the Tuscan calamari, onion soup, or a mussel pot. Enjoy entrees like Mim's meat loaf, pecan-crusted sole, or filet mignon. Save room for campfire s'mores or have it all with the dessert sampler.
We visited Mill Creek Tavern on a Saturday with a party of 6 people. It's a really nice place with a bar and a separate room with more tables. Reservations are suggested for larger parties. Everyone was really nice on the phone and very accommodating....MoreThanks for taking the time out to post a nice review and thanks for your honesty and constructive feedback. We hope to see you soon!!! Cheers - Rich
4.5 based on 91 reviews
We give people great food, selections, drinks and service in a casual atmosphere at a reasonable price
Met friends not seen in years at this small, intimate, nicely done restaurant. Most had linguine with clams, garlic white wine sauce. Very good! Others ordered off small plate list, good reports. Portions generous. Wine and drinks fine. Upscale and priced accordingly.
4.5 based on 248 reviews
To all of our valued customers and friends, we thank you for choosing us over and over again and hope that we can continue to serve you for many years to come.
It's not often we eat at Italian restaurants as my husband is a fantastic Italian cook so when we do, we obviously want it to be a good experience. Have been to joanina's twice and their food is outstanding. One of the best cups of espresso my husband has ever had has been at Joanina. Portions are plentiful and prices are reasonable.
Definitely recommend reservations as they fill up fairly quickly.
Looking forward to taking my picky Italian parents here for dinner!
3 based on 6 reviews
Coffee tastes are very individual. I happen to like plain old Dunkin'. If you want fancy coffee, you might do better at the higher-priced stand.
The store in the Pine Hollow Shopping Center is wonderful. The manager (Sutha) keeps the food and beverages moving out at a good pace even at the busiest times. He still finds time to greet you and usually asks if you want your "usual". The rest of the staff is friendly and efficient.
4 based on 15 reviews
It's Wednesday and the sign says - BOGO Sundaes. So after visiting the wonderful Knitting store nearby we couldn't resist the bargain. The service was friendly and fast. Unfortunately they do not have a rest room - but many ice cream stores don't. There were only one bench and two stools to accommodate those who wanted to eat in.
The sundaes were excellent and he didn't skimp on them since it was BOGO.
By the time we were done eating our treats the store was quite crowded with folks buying ice cream cakes, drinks and ice cream. They had a good selection of ice cream as well was the soft type.
5 based on 58 reviews
I love, love this place! The pastries are always terrific. Sandwiches, pizza etc. exceptional. I really come here for the breads though. The best ever breads...you have to take a few loaves home. In the nice weather you can sit outside and enjoy looking out St. Rocco’s way. It almost feels like you are in Italy! Love this place!
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Four of us on a Saturday night dined with the place mobbed. Two had lobster or seafood fra-diavlo, that were generous portions lacking in pasta that was fair. Two had a veal medallions dish that too was fair. Cesar salads were very good. Desert too was good and the wine list was decent. The meals with one drink was pricey at $165 a couple with tip,
4 based on 153 reviews
I reserved a table for two people, nice position I have to say. They served us gently and the food was spectacular, long time I haven't had fish like this. Congratulations, I will come back again!
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