Andrea’s 25, an Italian restaurant in Woodbury, has closed. It was the offspring of Andrea’s 25 in Commack, which remains open. The Woodbury eatery, which arrived in 2012, was situated in the Woodbury Commons shopping center on Jericho Turnpike. It was in the site previously occupied by Graffiti, an American eatery. In Commack, Andrea’s 25 continues serving its repertoire of Italian and Italian-American favorites, which were similar to the dishes offered at the Woodbury restaurant.
Dining out this deep in summer calls for restaurants with the style, the food and the location that suit sunny days and long evenings. Here are three. The Bell & Anchor is situated at the Mill Creek Marina in Sag Harbor. You’ll find a water view, dining room with a summer mood and fine American cuisine. Recommended: fritto misto, with clam strips, shrimp, and squid; the P.B.
The definition of American cuisine, whether prefaced “new” or “traditional,” is constantly changing. Here are three restaurants that combine classic and modern with flair. George Martin 1989 in Syosset is the newest member of the group that started with George Martin The Original in Rockville Centre. It has a bistro style, superior-service, standout food.
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