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Long Island Restaurant Week Overview

restaurantLong Island Restaurant Week is from November 1- 8 offering a 3 course fixed price meal for only $27.95. The only way to make reservations is to call the participating restaurants in this promotion. This is a very popular event so make reservations early for this exciting event. Tips are not included in the prices but 20 percent is the recommended rate.

Each course must offer three appetizer choices, three main entrees, and three dessert choices to customers for restaurants to participate.  There are several Nassau County restaurants participating in this event. Each one will offer a special menu for this promotion. Some of the restaurants are Anchor Down Bar and Grill, and Andrea’s 25 which has several appetizers, main entrees, and desserts.

Other Nassau County restaurants involved in this promotion are Benny’s Ristorante, Besito Mexico, Havana Tavern, Heirloom Tavern, Lola, Market Bistro, Morton’s Steakhouse, Sage Bistro, Salsa Mexicana, Thyme, and West End Cafe. There is a wide variety of different types of cuisines offered. They have Mexican, Italian, French, American, Cuban, Japanese, Chinese, and Belgian.

Verde Kitchen and Cocktails is a participating restaurant from Bay Shore, NY. They serve delicious Mexican food and cocktails. They have salads, soups, Mexican sandwiches, main entrees, tacos, quesadillas, and dessert. It has an extensive wine menu, tequila menu and other popular drinks.

As part of the Long Island Restaurant Week, look for a large selection of restaurants from Suffolk County. Here are some sample menus to get you excited. Aij 53 a Japanese restaurant has appetizers like rock shrimp tempura, ocean trout, and passion tuna. Main entrees are Saltire Salmon, Hawaii Chicken, and Angus Rib Eye, and several two roll combos. Desserts are fried bananas, and tempura ice cream.

Bravo Nadar is an Italian restaurant that has appetizers like crab cakes, salad, or homemade sausage. Main courses are meat lasagna, chicken davinic, and sea bass. Desserts are napoleon, cheesecake, and cannoli. Again there are many different types of menus and a chance to try some new cuisine for half the price.

This event is designed to promote local restaurants and give restaurants positive marketing results. Since 2006, it has been an annual event in November. It is designed for local customers and restaurants. Many customers try new restaurants they would have never tried because of this exciting event. Some of the best food available and menus are served at this event.

This event has increased sales for restaurants and won awards. Don’t forget to check out the many different restaurants from the East End of Long Island. The Cooperage Inn, Cowfish, and James Manor Inn feature American cuisine. The Rumba Inspired Island Cuisine and Rum Bar features Caribbean food and Stone Creek Inn French cuisine.

Look at the Long Island Restaurant Week promotions as a chance to try new food at reasonable prices. Call the restaurants ahead and enjoy a great meal. Think of it as a chance to experience new types of food you never tried before. Don’t miss the excitement.  Check out restaurant week at if you’re looking for good food, good drinks, and a good time.